Gnosis

On the Origins and Secrets of the Gnosis (Half)

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This is the first of many lectures. On this first lecture, I discuss where the Gnosis possibly originates — the First Temple of Judea. I tackle many other subjects including the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ and how it relates to Easter and what many Zeitgeist mythicists claim to be merely allegories for solar occult rituals. But is there something deeper at play here? I also discuss my upcoming book, The Sun Lady Unveiled: […]

Biblical Exegesis

Out From Babylon’s Womb (X-Rated!)

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Trigger Warning: Highly controversial, X-rated material featured inside this article! As I noted in my article, Gnostic Exegesis in Revelation 12, the Freemasonic scholar Manly P. Hall in the Secret Teachings of All Ages, claims the whore of Babylon of Revelation 18 is nothing more than a demonized version of Cybele (p. 188): Here also is introduced a symbolic figure, termed “the harlot of Babylon, “which is described as a woman seated upon a scarlet-colored […]

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Where the Rainbow Ends and Begins

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In Revelation (3:10-12) (NRSV), we see Jesus telling the reader to endure in the faith and that the city of New Jerusalem will descend from heaven, at the end. 10 Because you have kept my word of patient endurance, I will keep you from the hour of trial that is coming on the whole world to test the inhabitants of the earth. 11 I am coming soon; hold fast to what you have, so that […]

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The Seven Parts of the Holy Spirit

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In the Gospel of John (14:26), we see Jesus saying: But the Parakletos, Who is the Holy Spirit, Who the Father will send in My name, He will teach you everything…” The pronoun “He” is demanded since the Greek word Parakletos, is a masculine noun. It means “advocate” (or “comforter” as Origen and the KJV would have it). Many Christians regard the word Paraclete as a proper name for the Holy Spirit, but this assumption […]

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(Repost) The Megas Aeon Podcast #13: Hermeticism, Alchemy & Gnosis – J Pedro & Michael Eleleth/Janus

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In this episode, I am joined by J. Pedro and my Gnostic brother from another mother, Michael Eleleth/Janus, from the Hermetic Federation. We discuss the Hermetic tradition, the Corpus Hermeticum, Egyptian religion, the Golden Dawn, theurgy, magic, alchemy and their relationships with Johannite theology. Viva la Gnosis! Outro music: Asura – Always (LS vintage edit)

Biblical Exegesis

The Children of Satan

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This post will be a series of notes I’ve taken from my research into the controversy between Jesus Christ and the Jewish Pharisees from chapter 8 from the Fourth Gospel. 31 Then Jesus said to those Jews who believed Him, “If you abide in My word, you are My disciples indeed. 32 And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” 33 They answered Him, “We are Abraham’s descendants, and have never been in […]

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Johnny Mercury: John the Baptist in Egypt

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Originally posted last year on Miguel Conner’s Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio site. As the transit of the sun by the planet Mercury on May 9 draws closer, one may wonder the lore associated with Mercury and how it relates to other religions such as Christianity. The cosmocrator, Mercury, does relate to one particular figure—John the Baptist. John the Baptist is a peculiar, eponymous hero that appears many times not only in Christianity and the Gospels, but also […]

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Was Jesus Christ A Gnostic? (Part 1)

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Haylo, folks. My newest article is up on Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio site, hosted by the one and only Miguel Conner. It’s called, Was Jesus Christ A Gnostic (Part 1)? I get a deeper examination of Christ’s words and doctrine as a heavenly scholar in the New Testament. Stay tuned for Part 2, next week! Also, stay tuned for more podcasts, soon to come.

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The Megas Aeon Podcast #7 – Dr. Kyle Fraser – Zosimos & the Alchemical Tradition

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In this episode, I interview an actual academic! I speak with Dr. Kyle Fraser of University of King’s College, History of Science and Technology. He is a professor and scholar specializing in Hellenistic and Late Antique esoteric currents such as Greco-Egyptian alchemy, magical papyri, Hermetism, Gnosticism, and how they relate to Western occultism, the history of science and Platonic philosophy. In other words, he’s a genius. We discuss the Gnostic-Hermetist Zosimos and his work in […]