Shalom and Welcome our Forum!
Our forum here at Sophian.org might be among the most helpful and detailed of its kind for free in English in all the world wide web. We're amazed by its growth, richness, complexity, and accessibility. To make the most of this one-of-a-kind resource, please consider the following norms:
Searching a topic
The topics in our discussions are diverse and deeply detailed.
To make a simple word search, such as "Noah" or "Eucharist", please use the search link button above, next to the magnifying glass icon, underneath the home tab.
To make a more complex search, such as "Noah Ark Flood" or "Bridegroom" "Wedding Feast" "Bride", please go to google.com and type the following formula to use their search engine of our own forum:
site: sophian.org: "your multiple search words or phrase"
You'll see how many posts came up with these words in them, preceded by the sophian.org address.
Posting a topic
After you've introduced yourself in this Welcome and Introductions Forum, feel free to browse the subforums below and their many topics. What's so unusual and helpful about this main forum is how cohesively the conversations hold together.
We make every effort to encourage guests to post questions and comments in the forum and topic appropriate to their subject. If your question will make more sense in another forum and topic, we might ask you to move it there and we will be glad to respond.
The various Orders below (St. Mary Magdalene, St. Uriel, St. Gabriel, etc.) are reserved as specific teaching spaces of spiritual practices from our Senior Lineage Holder, Tau Malachi. There you'll see a few readers' questions focused only on the practices within that order. Any other more general questions will best be asked in forums outside of the Orders.
If we can guide you to the best place for a question or comment, don't hesitate to private message me, the PM button right below the cross of my name, and I'll be glad to help. Above all, enjoy. The teachings in this forum come from an oral tradition that is precious, rare, and freely yours. May its perspectives illuminate and bless your spiritual journey.
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