Archives For Gnostic

Never has so much paper been devoted to such a little scrap of papyrus — a scrap that suggests some Christians thought Jesus was a married man.

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4746013For those “Lightworkers” claiming that humans are sheeple! sorry but you aren’t the only one who is illuminated, whatever you claim to be,: starseed, lightworker, angel etc…humans are the exact same thing and came here to do the exact same thing, what was our role? the same role it was thousands of years ago…to assist in the spiritual/physical awakening to the divine awareness within themselves/ourselves. What is a starseed? a starseed is someone who has come here with a mission, someone who volunteered to assist Gaia, someone who is aware of their celestial heritage, someone who comes from the stars…we ALL come from the stars, everyone on this planet who breathes, we were all seeded by material from the stars above and incubated in the womb waters of our precious host mother Gaia..When we look up to the skies and gaze lovingly at the stars above we are in essence gazing at ourselves. Even if we do not see it when we look in the mirror we are shining just as bright as the stars in the night sky because we ARE the stars that shine so bright, every man, woman, child, plant and animal in our world is galactic in nature. We are extraterrestrials to our own planet, our planet herself is also a starseed, everything originates from the starry infinite expanse of the heavens above.

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The Paradise

Recommended Reading After This Post: (Enlil-Marduk: The Oppression Of Man) Who Were Enlil And Marduk And What Role Did The Play In The Bible?

Creation, Again?

Let’s jump back to Genesis Chapters 1 & 2. This is one of the biggest reasons I had to leave the church, because I could not reconcile the massive problem that two creations pose. In Chapter 1 we have the gods (the Elohim) who created everything, benevolently and equal. It reads in modern versions as simply God, in a masculine form, but references “us” and “our” which isn’t something it does in the rest of the Bible.

26 Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; and let them rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over the cattle and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.”27 God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them.28 God blessed them; and God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it; and rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over every living thing that moves on the earth.” (Genesis 1:26-28)…Above you will see how the scripture uses pluralisms to describe this specific process in creation. It then reverts back to a singular form, which is odd. This Genesis 1:26 is very strange in that nowhere else in scripture does God refer to “himself” in the plural. This cannot be a “majestic plural” which appeared in the late 12th century when royalty/clergy would refer to themselves in the plural. Before this, there was no “majestic plural” and never before then did someone refer to themselves in the plural when they were a singular entity, describing themselves. Then Creation occurs again? Although very similar, there are problems with this second creation story.

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The Human Stargate

Eye of Horus compared to the Pineal Gland in the Brain

The Egyptians Left Clues…