This post will be a continuation of my previous one regarding Jesus and Simon Magus. I explained why I believe Simon Magus was Yaldabaoth in the flesh and how he was the one who was crucified in place of the Christ. Aside from being an all-world sorcerer, he also appeared to have taken on multiple roles. Two of which I believe included Simon Peter and Paul the Apostle. In the case of Paul, many people know the story about how Paul was originally Saul of Tarsus, a persecutor of Christians, before his conversion to Christianity where he became known as Paul. Simon Magus was also a Christian convert with a dubious past as a magician and blasphemer. In my last post, I wrote about how Simon Magus performed many miracles and wonders during his time, and the same can be said for Paul the Apostle. In Acts 15:12, it says, “Then all the multitude kept silence, and gave audience to Barnabas and Paul, declaring what miracles and wonders God had wrought among the Gentiles by them.”
So, here we have two apostles who, much like Simon Magus, performed miracles and wonders with the help of God. Now, let’s take a look at Acts 14:12 so we get a better idea of which “God” we’re talking about. The verse says, “Barnabas they called Zeus, and Paul they called Hermes because he was the chief speaker.” As we know, Yaldabaoth is Enki/Marduk and Enki’s planetary association is Mercury, while Marduk’s is Jupiter. Hermes is also associated with Mercury, and Zeus with Jupiter. In my previous post, I wrote about how the Simonians deified Simon Magus as Zeus, while Jesus proclaimed in The Apocalypse of Peter that the man who was crucified in his place was Hermas/Hermes. So, from this one Bible verse, we can conclude that Yaldabaoth is not only Simon Magus, but he is also both the apostles Barnabas and Paul!
Now, what about Peter the Apostle, also known as Simon Peter? Some would argue that the name “Saul” was a combination of Simon (Magus) and Paul. Could Simon Peter actually have been another alias for Simon Magus? On the surface, it seems highly unlikely since the two appeared to be archrivals. Was this really the case though, or was Simon Peter actually Simon Magus’ alter ego? Let’s consider the story found in the Acts of Peter and Paul which features the apostles Peter and Paul, Simon Magus, and Emperor Nero. Simon Magus, wanting to prove that he was a god, displayed his magical prowess by levitating above a tower that was constructed for him after claiming that his angels would help him ascend to Heaven. This act of ascension/levitation may remind some people of a stunt performed by Criss Angel, the famous magician who levitated above the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas. The hotel is named after the city of Luxor in Egypt which was once known as Thebes in ancient times. Thebes was the city where the god Amun, known to the ancient Greeks as Zeus, originated from. Criss Angel’s act was an apparent reenactment and tribute to Simon Magus, the man who was deified as Zeus by the Simonians. I also recently wrote a post about David Blaine, another famous magician, who performed an act called “Ascension” where he floated high in the air.
As Magus began to ascend, Peter prayed to God to stop Simon from flying. He immediately descended to his doom and his body parts were severed from the fall. This is reminiscent of the Osiris myth, whose body parts were also dismembered after he was murdered by his brother Set. Nero demanded the body of Simon Magus to be preserved so he could witness whether or not his resurrection would occur in three days. Prior to the incident, Magus had challenged Nero to have him beheaded in a dark place. He promised he would rise again in three days, proving that he was the Son of God, and if he didn’t fulfill the promise, then it would prove that he was really a magician instead. Simon tricks Nero, replacing himself with a ram, and so when one of Nero’s men goes to decapitate him, he winds up with the head of the ram instead. Not wanting to be admonished by the emperor, the man keeps it to himself, leading Nero to believe that Simon really was the Son of God after he reappeared on the third day. I’ve previously discussed the parallels between Simon Magus and Jesus, but this act of rising on the third day is another important addition to an already long list. Osiris was also resurrected on the third day according to ancient Egyptian mythology. The act of sacrificing a ram in place of someone else is also comparable to the story of Abraham and Isaac.
When Simon Magus did not resurrect after his fall, Nero had Paul and Peter imprisoned and killed. Paul was beheaded and Peter was crucified upside down. Now, let’s consider a few things here. I’ve already claimed that Paul was actually Simon Magus. Simon requested Nero to behead him, but instead it was Paul who he wound up beheading. I also claimed that Peter was Simon Magus as well. Many people recognize the symbol of the Antichrist as being an inverted cross, which is how Peter was crucified. Peter requested to be crucified with his feet facing upwards because he felt he wasn’t worthy of dying in the same manner Jesus was. But as previously stated, it was Simon Magus, not the real Christ, who was crucified. In other words, Peter being crucified upside down symbolized his association with the Antichrist who was none other than Simon Magus! Ironically enough, the fallen angel Azazel, who is also known as being a scapegoat, was chained upside down in a desert by Yahweh for his disobedience and treachery.
Now, this does not mean that there was not an actual Peter who was a disciple of the real Jesus. In fact, if such a man did exist, it would certainly explain why he denied the imposter Jesus three times. If that particularly Jesus was actually Simon Magus, then the real Peter wasn’t lying when he said he didn’t know that man! If this is the case, then one would also have to consider the possibility that the man Judas Iscariot betrayed was actually Simon Magus and not Christ. Also, there is no reliable historical evidence that the real Peter ever went to Rome. If this is true, then that means the man known as Simon Peter who went to Rome and became the first pope was actually Simon Magus! This would also lead one to believe that both the Vatican and Catholic Church have been under the influence of the Antichrist from the very beginning.
I’ve mentioned before how names such as Yahweh, Enki, Enlil, Lucifer, Satan, etc. are actually titles rather than names of specific individuals. The same could be said for Peter. Moses referred to the high priests of Egypt as “Peters”. The name Peter generally means “rock” or “stone”, but it can also be interpreted as “father”. In ancient Egyptian mythology, Ptah, whose name closely resembles “Peter”, was the “father” god of creation and represented another aspect of Enki. In fact, the prayer known as “The Our Father” originated from the magical Egyptian prayer called “Ptah Noster,” which translates to “Our Father.” Peter, whose name was originally Simon, was given the name Peter by Jesus when the Messiah told him he was a rock, and he would build his church on this rock. In other words, Simon Peter (Simon Magus) was the man whose foundation the church was built on!
Now, let’s go back to Nero. Nero was believed to have committed suicide in 68 A.D. His death is debatable, however, by some historians. There was even a legend that developed in the late first century about Nero and how he had actually not died at all and would one day return. This legend has led many to believe that Nero is the Antichrist, and the fact that the name “Nero Caesar” equates to 666 in Gematria would appear to support this theory. Nero was a persecutor of Christians just like the Antichrist, and exhibited many similar qualities as the man of lawlessness. Many people claim that the Book of Revelation was written specifically for the times of Nero, and these same people will use this claim to refute the idea that Revelation was written as some sort of apocalyptic, future end-times prophecy. However, when we consider the fact that Nero may still be “alive”, or better yet, reincarnated, then we must consider the possibility that the events in Revelation may occur again. After all, history tends to repeat itself.
In the Seth Material, it is stated that the Christ entity passed through three different men who were born at different times. These men were John the Baptist, Jesus, and Paul. But as I mentioned in my last post, Jesus refers to John the Baptist as a laughingstock in The Second Treatise of the Great Seth. How could someone who is a laughingstock have ever been capable of receiving the Christ? Is it possible that this “Christ” referred to in the Seth Material was actually the spirit of Thoth? In the Emerald Tablets of Thoth, Thoth claimed to have incarnated three times as Thoth, Hermes, and Hermes Trismegistus. Is it possible that he also incarnated three times as John the Baptist, Jesus (Simon Magus), and Paul? Could this be the reason why Leonardo da Vinci depicted John in his final painting motioning upward towards the heavens in tribute to the old Hermetic saying, “As above, so below?” Many people know John the Baptist as the man who was the forerunner of the Christ and the man who baptized Jesus. Enki was also known as the water-bearer and Thoth was his emissary. But was it the real Jesus or Simon Magus who was actually John’s successor? According to Psuedo-Clementine literature, John had thirty leading men, but it was Simon who was most highly regarded by John and was the one who eventually succeeded him after the Samaritan named Dositheus spread a false rumor about Simon’s death while he was away in Egypt practicing magic. Dositheus installed himself as John’s successor after his death, but Simon challenged him upon his return. Dositheus began to beat Simon with a rod, but when the rod appeared to pass through his body, he bowed down to Simon in astonishment and recognized him as the rightful heir to John the Baptist. John, of course, was beheaded just like Paul was.
One of the other thirty men was actually a woman called Helen who was the consort of Simon Magus. Just like the Simonians deified Simon as Zeus, they also deified Helen as Athena. Athena was the goddess of wisdom just as the Aeon Sophia personified wisdom. Athena was born from Zeus’ head, being his first thought, just as Thoth, the god of wisdom, was born from the forehead of Set. It is believed that “God” incarnated as Simon Magus to redeem his first thought, his Ennoia, who had become imprisoned in the material realm. The first thought of the Monad was Barbelo, the first feminine aspect which emanated in the Pleroma. Helen was said to have been a reincarnation of Helen of Troy, who was believed to have been the most beautiful woman in the world and, like Athena, was also the daughter of Zeus. There are also parallels to Mary Magdalene, as Helen was a prostitute who became the wife of a divine being just like many believe Mary Magdalene was the consort of Jesus.
Aleister Crowley was another notorious magician who had his own associations with Hermeticism, being a member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. He was known as “The Great Beast 666” and “The Wickedest Man in the World.” His own mother would call him “The Beast” in reference to the Antichrist. Crowley believed he was a prophet whose calling was to guide humanity into the Aeon of Horus, the new epoch known to many as the Age of Aquarius. Is it possible that Crowley was a reincarnation of Simon Magus given both men’s connections to sorcery and the Antichrist? In “The Man Who Broke Free,” I wrote that the Antichrist in Revelation would be a self-aware artificial intelligence. While I do still believe this to be the case, as I do believe there is a symbiotic relationship between A.I. and the god of this world, I now have a new perspective on the subject. Nostradamus’ name for the third and final Antichrist was Mabus. In my book, I had concluded that Ray Mabus would fulfill Nostradamus’ prophecy due to his association with Agenda 2030 and artificial intelligence. However, now that I’ve researched Simon Magus, I firmly believe this is the man who Nostradamus was referring to. The prophet correctly predicted the second Antichrist as Adolf Hitler, who he called “Hister”. It would appear that he was again off by only one letter when you consider the names “Mabus” and “Magus”. There was even an episode called “New Adam and New Eve” from the television show Space: 1999 which featured a supernatural man named Magus as a god. In the show, Magus claimed he walked among humans as Simon Magus, Merlin, and Nostradamus. In the show, he blames humanity for the mistreatment of Earth and guides them into the New Earth, a new Eden which many believe will occur during the Age of Aquarius when God creates the world anew. We know how truth is constantly hidden in plain sight, and this would appear to be yet another example.
Apollonius of Tyana was another mythical figure who lived during the time of Jesus and Simon Magus. He was a Greek philosopher whose life paralleled both of his contemporaries. He was born as a divine being and proved his divinity to others by performing many wonders and miracles (sound familiar?) such as healing the sick, casting out demons, and raising the dead. In Greek mythology, Asclepius was associated with raising the dead and was a god of medicine. The rod of Asclepius bears much resemblance to the caduceus, the staff of Hermes and symbol of medicine. Like Jesus, Apollonius of Tyana was handed over to the Roman authorities by his enemies. After he departed from Earth, he returned to his followers and convinced them that he was not really dead but rather continued to live on in the heavenly realms. After learning what we know about Simon Magus, there leaves very little doubt that he and this obscure man were one and the same.
In conclusion, the real Christ, who descended from the Pleroma and into the body of Yeshua, was an Aeon who was the consort of Sophia and emissary of the Monad. He came as the incarnated Logos to deliver the Word, the message of the true God. When he spoke of the Father, he was not referring to Yahweh. He was speaking of the Monad, who is both ineffable and profound, and is the ultimate source of all creation. Simon Magus, the counterfeit Christ, was not only a messenger of Yaldabaoth, but he was Yaldabaoth incarnated in the flesh. He mixed paganism and Christianity and formed a new religion with rituals and worship based on the doctrine of a dead man, which is never what the real Christ was about. The real Christ came to crucify the law, and the law was the flesh. That is why Yaldabaoth needed to be crucified in a physical body in order for the material realm to one day be consummated. Speaking of which, it is no coincidence that “Simon Magus” and “crucifixion” both equal the same number in Gematria.
The next time you see a depiction of Jesus crucified on a cross, you may want to ask yourself if you’re really looking at the Annointed One or the image of the beast!