Note: I was finally able to find a simpler version of Gnosticism and it’s explanation of the Archons. Although John Lash does a great job with his interpretation, he uses a longer and mythical version, so this was a great find. The reason behind this is because everyone is talking about the Archons today, yet I have not heard from any of these people that write about them or talk about them their Origin. They describe them, and what they do, but none really talk about how they came to be. I think this will be a very interesting read.
The “doctrine of the aliens”
…as encompassing Christianity, Judaism, and Islam
What Gnostics meant by “the Doctrine of the Aliens” is the ensemble of beliefs at the core of Judaic and Christian religion – and, by extension, Islam. All three of the “great world religions” derive from the revered Patriarch Abraham, (thought to have lived around 1800 BCE).
Because the history of the ancient Hebrews is taken as exemplary or symbolic of humanity as a whole, our species’ “sacred history” begins with Abraham, but Gnostics considered that Abraham was a dupe, the psychological “vector” for the intrusion of the Archons.
In effect, Gnostics articulately and critically trashed the notion of a “Divine Plan” overseen by Jehovah, and exposed Judeo-Christian salvationism (the Redeemer Complex) as an extraterrestrial religious ideological system, alien to the Earth and hostile to human potential.
Indeed, according to these scholars, in the compilation of the Bible, words like ‘messenger’, referring to alien messengers were changed to ‘angel’, and words like ‘sky’, referring to Jesus coming from the sky and outer space were changed to ‘heaven’ in order to confuse and manipulate the masses around religious dogma managed by oppressive clerical elites, as emissaries to “Mammon”.
According to these critical historians, biblical texts critically reveal the spiritual, economic and political oppression of human beings to be the work of “evil alien gods allied with earthly rulers.”
It is this,
“elemental human struggle against malevolent alien guided superpowers that is a central theme of the Bible [uncensored texts associated with the Bible].”
Apparent ethically guided time-travelling Extraterrestrials appear to have sought to avoid the undermining and self-destruction of human civilizations by what are apparent Archon alien cults, called “religions“.
Who were the Gnostics in relation to spiritual knowledge and Extraterrestrials?
The Gnostics were a group which sought to resist the attempts by apparent manipulative Extraterrestrials to use the creation of institutionalized religions like Christianity, to deceive “the masses”.
“present a complete and coherent description of the origin and methods of an inorganic predatory species called ‘Archons’.”
Religious manipulators responded to Gnostic resistance by trying to take over Gnostic philosophy, with the imposing of a complementing system of elitist dogma.
What is the source of Gnostic teachings?
Gnosis, which is a Greek word,
“is by definition a matter of knowing and not of believing. It is about enlightenment, not faith.”
To seek out and attempt to evaluate and appreciate Gnostic accumulated knowledge and teachings is only the first step toward prospective critical enlightenment. Beyond that, we must confirm what they knew by our own resources, our own faculties.
This is the perennial challenge of Gnosis,
“the living, ever-renewing cognition of the human spirit.”
The experience of “Gnosis” reveals to the initiated the divine spark within, which inspired as appreciation of God, that expresses itself human sprit within us, and in the awe and beauty of nature around us.
Gnostics could be viewed to be a form of scientist, free of the corresponding dogma of much of today’s prevailing corporate controlled scientific community, and who use those critical sensibilities to appreciate the complexity of reality, which holistically integrates appreciating the human spirit.
Although Gnostic texts describe firsthand encounters with ‘Archons’ who “abduct souls by night”, “their teachings do not emphasize physical threat. Rather, they warn that the Archons affect us most profoundly in our minds, especially through religious ideology, through beliefs about God and what God wants for us.”
Gnostic disciples of Jesus do not deny the existence of Extraterrestrials like modern priests and ministers today. On the contrary, Gnostics not only acknowledge the existence of Extraterrestrials, including in particular, manipulative Extraterrestrials, but prescribe a method of defense.
This defense prescribed against manipulative ‘Archon’ Extraterrestrials is cited in ‘A Gnostic Catechism‘ and the commentary on the “First Apocalypse of James“, Text 9 in the Nag Hammadi Reading Plan.