The Lost Gospels of Tabris is a work by Count Aldus Canter that forms the basis of the philosophy of the Esoteric Order of the Palatine Eye. It was apparently based on the teachings of a group of immortal sages Aldus stumbled across in the Parched Dunes, who venerated the fallen angel Tabris.12
The Lost Gospels are said to outline a system for seeking out enlightenment, enabling adherents to rise in station both in the current life and in the afterlife to a form of celestial awakening.34 The folio consists of a combination of Osirian mysticisms, Pharasmin catechisms, and Varisian occult traditions. It outlines the first path toward a holy communion upon death.1
- “Esoteric Order of the Palatine Eye” in Trial of the Beast, 71. Paizo Inc., 2011 .
- “Esoteric Order of the Palatine Eye” in Disciple's Doctrine, 8. Paizo Inc., .
- “Esoteric Order of the Palatine Eye” in Trial of the Beast, 73. Paizo Inc., 2011 .
- “Breaching the Veil” in Haunted Heroes Handbook, 6. Paizo Inc., .