The Antichrist and Mabus

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!

Justin

Simon Magus and Jesus Christ

In this post, I will compare the similarities between Simon Magus and Jesus Christ, and why they were simultaneously both one and the same and not one and the same. If this sounds like a contradictory statement, you are both correct and incorrect. Bear with me as I attempt to explain this fascinating conundrum involving two of the most significant people to ever walk the face of the Earth, in my humble opinion.

Let’s begin first by taking a closer look at Simon Magus, who is also known as the Simon the Sorcerer and Simon the Magician. Most people have heard of the parable of the Good Samaritan. Well, Simon Magus, being a native of Samaria, would be considered the “Bad Samaritan” due to the demonic powers he wielded that made him appear to be a godlike figure. The act of simony, which is the buying or selling of religious offices, derived from Simon Magus. In Acts 8 of the Bible, the apostles Peter and John travel to Samaria when they hear that the people there, including Simon Magus himself, have converted to Christianity. They lay their hands on the heads of these people and deliver to them the powers of the Holy Spirit. When Simon Magus witnesses this, he offers the apostles money in exchange for learning this great power. He is rebuked by them for his ignorance in believing that this gift of God could be purchased. Simon Magus therefore becomes the first man to blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, the one sin which Jesus says is unpardonable.

Simon was purported to have performed many wonders and miracles during his lifetime. Some of which included having the ability to fly and levitate, animate the dead, turn stones into bread, shapeshift, and even create men out of thin air. God the Father (Yaldabaoth) was said to have created mankind from dust, while Jesus performed feats that defied logic similar to Simon Magus such as walking on water, bringing the dead back to life, turning water into wine, and yes, according to the Gnostic texts, he was even a shapeshifter. Jesus speaks in the first person narrative in The Second Treatise of the Great Seth when he says, “And I subjected all their powers. For as I came downward, no one saw me. For I was altering my shapes, changing from form to form. And therefore, when I was at their gates, I assumed their likeness. For I passed them by quietly, and I was viewing the places, and I was not afraid nor ashamed, for I was undefiled.”

According to the Gnostics, the true Christ and consort of Sophia exists in the Pleroma, so when Jesus said that he was shapeshifting on his way down, he’s talking about himself descending from the Pleroma to the Kenoma. He took the form of the likeness of his enemies when he reached the realm of the archons and therefore went undetected. He did not incarnate the same way that a normal human would and did not undergo the usual memory swipe, so this is why he says he was “undefiled”. In other words, he came to Earth on his own terms and took a body of his own choosing. In fact, many Gnostics believe in docetism, which is the belief that the real Jesus appeared in a illusory phantasmal body, rather than a physical one, since the Christ was not of the flesh. In The Second Treatise of the Great Seth, Jesus says, “I visited a bodily dwelling. I cast out the one who was in it first, and I went in.” This is further evidence that the Christ was not the born into this world the way religion would have us believe. Instead, he was a walk-in who entered the physical realm in order to redeem humanity of its greatest sin, ignorance.

The first “sin” that was ever committed in the Pleroma resulted in the Demiurge when Sophia thought she could create without her syzygy, the Christ. Sin does not exist in the way that we’ve been taught by our church leaders. There is no higher power that is keeping score of our deeds, good or bad, and judging us based on our actions. The only cosmic force who is judging us, if we give him that authority, is the Demiurge. This is why in ancient Egypt, Osiris (Enki), was known as the god of judgment over the dead. The only true sin that exists is the lack of knowledge, or gnosis, which is ignorance. This is why the Christ was sent to redeem Sophia, who is ultimately our Higher Self/Holy Spirit, so that we can all one day return in full to the Pleroma.

It is important to note that the Christ is a separate entity from Jesus. In fact, most people don’t even realize that the person who they worship as Jesus Christ was actually named Yeshua. The letter “J” wasn’t even invented during that time period, so we know that couldn’t have been his real name. But if Yeshua was not the Christ, then who was it who inhabited that body before the Christ took over? In order to understand that, we would have to go back to the story of Adam and Eve.

Eve was the archetypal Divine Feminine figure who brought gnosis to Adam, the first man who was created in ignorance by the ignorant, blind god who the Gnostics called Yaldabaoth. While the story of Adam and Eve may be allegorical, the idea of the serpent persuading Eve to eat the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, who in turn convinces Adam to do the same, is symbolic of the Christ redeeming Eve (Sophia) who then brings gnosis to Adam, the spiritually ignorant man who believes the “God” that created him is the one and only God. This is why the Christ said to be ‘wise as serpents’. Religion has taught us that the serpent is the evil one and the Creator is the ‘good guy’, but in reality it was Yahweh who lied when he said, “You must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat from it you will certainly die.” It was the serpent who gave mankind the knowledge that we are gods, and that the god of this world is a false one. This was the genesis of Lucifer, the light-bearer and bringer of knowledge, which was a title originally held by the Christ, but was then stolen by Enki. To this day, Enki considers himself mankind’s benefactor, when the truth is he is nothing but an imposter.

Adam and Eve were then expelled from the Garden of Eden for defying “God” and birthed Cain and Abel. Cain and Abel make sacrifices to Yahweh, and Cain murders Abel when Yahweh favors Abel’s offering over his own. In other words, jealousy is what causes the first death on Earth. In the Gnostic texts, death comes into existence when Yaldabaoth becomes jealous of Sabaoth after Sophia elevates his son, who later becomes Enki’s brother Enlil in the Sumerian myths, above himself. Cain and Abel therefore represent the archetype of Enki and Enlil. After Abel is killed, Adam and Eve give birth to a new son to replace him whom they name Seth.

Seth became the second of ten generations from Adam, which culminated with Noah in antediluvian times. The bloodline of Seth was preserved after the Great Flood and continued through Noah’s son Shem, ending with the birth of Jesus. Jesus was believed to have been the reincarnation of Seth, having originated from a bloodline that was pure and undefiled by the archons. Is it possible that Seth/Jesus could have been the physical Earthly incarnation of Sabaoth? Who would serve as a better candidate to both receive and deliver the message of the Christ than the one who was the first to repent against the false god of this world, Yaldabaoth? The name Seth bears significant meaning, particularly in ancient Egyptian mythology. As mentioned in my previous post, the Egyptian god Set, also known as Seth, was responsible for the murder of his brother Osiris. In the Seth Material, which is a collection of works written and channeled by Jane Roberts, the entity who identified himself as Seth claimed that the Christ was never crucified. Instead, someone else was crucified in his place. The Gnostic texts seem to coincide with this theory that goes against what Orthodox Christianity has taught us. But if Sabaoth was the real Jesus, then who was the imposter who was killed and what is his association with Yaldabaoth?

We can find the answer to that question in The Second Treatise of the Great Seth where Jesus says, “For my death, which they think happened, (happened) to them in their error and blindness, since they nailed their man unto their death… It was another, their father, who drank the gall and the vinegar; it was not I. They struck me with the reed; it was another, Simon, who bore the cross on his shoulder. I[t] was another upon Whom they placed the crown of thorns… And I was laughing at their ignorance.” This is an incredibly revealing statement by the Christ, as it tells us several things. For one, it tells us that the real Jesus was never crucified. Instead, it was another man named Simon who was nailed in his place. He refers to this Simon as being “their man”, which means Simon was the man of Jesus’ enemies, the archons. Not only that, but he clearly says it was the father of the archons who suffered. Who do we know as being the father of the archons? Yaldabaoth! He says he was laughing at their ignorance because they thought they could have the real Christ crucified, but what they failed to understand is that the Christ could not be killed because he was not of the flesh. The Christ is an eternal Aeon of the Pleroma, the incorruptible realm which the archons are ignorant of. That is why one of the names of the Demiurge is Samael, the blind/ignorant god. So instead, it was Yaldabaoth in his physical incarnation as Simon who suffered in his place. Jesus tells us that this Simon “bore the cross on his shoulder.” Simon of Cyrene was the individual who helped Jesus carry his cross prior to the crucifixion according to Orthodox Christian beliefs. In this case, “bearing the cross” meant he literally went to the cross in place of the real Jesus and was crucified.

But wait, didn’t I say that it was Simon Magus who was the false Jesus? Is it possible that Simon Magus and Simon of Cyrene were the same person? According to the Greek bishop Irenaeus, it would certainly seem that way. In his work titled Against Heresies, he states the following about Simon of Cyrene, “He appeared on earth as a man and performed miracles. Thus he himself did not suffer. Rather, a certain Simon of Cyrene was compelled to carry his cross for him. It was he who was ignorantly and erroneously crucified, being transfigured by him, so that he might be thought to be Jesus. Moreover, Jesus assumed the form of Simon, and stood by laughing at them.”

Irenaeus’ account of the crucifixion appears to match what the Gnostic texts tell us from Jesus’ perspective. Not only that, but he also tells us that Jesus performed miracles just like Simon Magus also performed miracles. In other words, while the real Jesus incarnated on Earth to spread gnosis, Yaldabaoth himself incarnated as an imposter Christ to detract attention from the real Jesus’ message. The real Jesus taught that the kingdom of God (the Pleroma) is within and that we are gods in the flesh. The false Jesus, on the other hand, allowed himself to be crucified so that a religion would be established and built around his death and the belief that he died for the sins of man. He also knew that billions of people would eventually come to worship him, and that worship is what continues to fuel him and his minions to this day. The real Christ never desired worship, as it serves of no benefit to him. Instead, he condemned the worship of the man who was crucified. Jesus is quoted In The Apocalypse of Peter as saying, “And they will cleave to the name of a dead man, thinking that they will become pure. But they will become greatly defiled and they will fall into a name of error, and into the hand of an evil, cunning man and a manifold dogma, and they will be ruled without law.” This is another very telling statement. Here, Jesus is telling us that he knows Simon Magus (Yaldabaoth) will use Christianity as a religion to his advantage by having his followers worship a dead man thinking that this will make them pure in spirit. Instead, these people will fall into ignorance and allow themselves to become ruled over by the man of lawlessness, who can be identified in the Bible as the Antichrist.

Interestingly enough, in the same Gnostic text, Jesus tell us the name of this dead man and it is not the name of Simon. Rather, it is “Hermas, of the first-born of unrighteousness” who is the imitation remnant that was created in the name of a dead man. In Gnosticism, the first-born of unrighteousness (Yaldabaoth) was Athoth. Athoth became known as Thoth to the ancient Egyptians and Hermes (Hermas) to the ancient Greeks. In other words, the dead man who was crucified was Thoth/Hermes incarnated in the physical body of Simon Magus! Thoth and Simon Magus certainly have a lot in common. Thoth is known as the god of magic and Simon Magus was one of the greatest sorcerers who ever lived. In fact, many other mythical magical beings from antiquity were also likely other living incarnations of Thoth such as Merlin, Hermes Trismegistus, Djedi, Zoroaster, King Solomon, Apollonius of Tyana, Pythagoras, Nostradamus, and many more. Hermes, like Enki, is also known as a trickster god and Simon Magus can definitely be seen as a trickster given his ability to fool billions of people around the world into thinking that he was the Christ. To the Simonians, one of the Gnostic sects, Simon Magus was deified as the Roman god Jupiter, who we also know as Zeus/Marduk. Yaldabaoth, as we know, is both Enki and Marduk, meaning Simon Magus represented both aspects of the false god!

It doesn’t end there, however. When reading further into The Apocalypse of Peter, we see Jesus say the following, “He whom you saw on the tree, glad and laughing, this is the living Jesus. But this one into whose hands and feet they drive the nails is his fleshly part, which is the substitute being put to shame, the one who came into being in his likeness. But look at him and me.” Yet again, this is another great revelation. The real Jesus tells us he was sitting in a tree laughing as his “substitute” was being crucified. This may make some people think of the image of the laughing Buddha, another Christ-like figure. But isn’t it interesting how Jesus seems to allude to the fact that his replacement was crucified on a tree rather than a cross? Is it possible that the cross was meant to be symbolic and not a literal representation of how the false Jesus died? Could this be the reason why we see depictions of Thoth in ancient Egyptian art holding the ankh, the cross which was considered a symbol of life? The tree could also be seen equally as symbolic, representing the Tree of Life. In Norse mythology, Odin was said to have sacrificed himself by hanging from the infamous world tree called Yggdrasil, the Norse version of the Tree of Life.

Going back to The Second Treatise of the Great Seth, halfway through the text, Jesus makes perhaps the most controversial and heretical proclamation you will ever find anywhere. He calls Adam, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, David, Solomon, Moses, John the Baptist, and the twelve prophets all “laughingstocks”! Now, why would Jesus be referring to some of the most renowned men of the Bible, some of which were of his own bloodline, as being jokes? Evidently, he did this to emphasize that all of these men were without gnosis. They did not know of the true God (the Monad) because they were all a product of the false god, Yahweh/Yaldabaoth. It may still come as a surprise to some that Jesus would call these men laughingstocks, particularly John the Baptist and his own disciples. To be fair, he does call these disciples “imitations of the true prophets”, so it is quite possible that he was referring to the disciples of Simon Magus rather than his own followers. In my next post, I will go further in depth about one of his disciples in particular, Simon Peter, and how Simon Magus is associated with him as well as the Apostle Paul, Nero, and John the Baptist.

Stay tuned.

Justin

The 2020 NBA Finals

The NBA Finals begin tomorrow night and if you’re a betting man, you may want to consider placing a bet on the Los Angeles Lakers. Not only because they’re the better team, but because they’re also the predestined team. In “The Man Who Broke Free,” I wrote about the death of Kobe Bryant and the many “coincidences” surrounding it. Well, let’s see if we can tack on a few more of those to that list.

As most people know, Kobe Bryant played for the Los Angeles Lakers, and now his former team is in the NBA Finals the same year of his untimely death. Kobe died at the age of 41, just like the Lakers defeated the Trailblazers, Rockets, and Nuggets all 4 games to 1. LeBron James, the new face of the franchise, is in his 17th year of the league and the Lakers will have won 17 championships if they’re able to defeat the Miami Heat. The Lakers are 37-27 all-time against the Heat, meaning 4 more wins would get them to 41, which is the exact number of wins that would deliver them their 17th championship. Kobe Bryant won his 4th NBA championship 4 games to 1 in Orlando back in 2009, just like LeBron James has the chance to win his 4th NBA championship in the Orlando Bubble.

The parallels between Kobe Bryant and LeBron James are stark, but let’s take a closer look at their NBA Finals records. Kobe Bryant was 5-2 all-time in the NBA Finals, while LeBron James is currently 3-6. Kobe Bryant won 3 championships in a row with Shaquille O’Neal in 2000, 2001, and 2002. LeBron James has the opportunity to do the same with Anthony Davis in 2020, 2021, and 2022. If he does complete the three-peat, his all-time Finals record would be 6-6. LeBron James, of course, wore the number 6 when he played for the Miami Heat. Do you see where I’m going with this? If you think I’m alluding to the number of the beast, you’re indeed correct. Of course, we’re a long way from LeBron winning 6 championships, but is it really that hard to fathom the possibility given the fact two other all-time greats have won 6 championships in Tom Brady and Michael Jordan? Could LeBron become the third superstar to complete the 6-6-6 trifecta before his career is over?

I also mentioned in my book about how the seven-year tribulation period began on September 23, 2017. Ironically enough, there are 41 days from September 23 to November 3, which is of course the date of the next presidential election. While this of course has nothing to do with the NBA, I began noticing several synchronicities regarding the number 41 since I became aware of the Kobe-LeBron parallels. Another one being the 41 generations that began with Abraham and ended with Jesus. While this may seem irrelevant, it may not be as unrelated as you may think when you consider the times we’re living in. Also, the first two games of the MLB playoffs ended by the score of 4-1.

Let’s also not ignore the fact that a team in Los Angeles is playing a team called the “Heat” in the NBA Finals the same year that the West Coast has been scorched with wildfires. Also, if the Lakers win the championship in six games, that would mean they would be celebrating their victory on October 11, 2020 which just so happens to be Father-Daughter Day. As most people know, Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna both died in a helicopter crash earlier this year. This would only further prove how ritualistic professional sports are.

So, what does it all mean? For one, it means we’re living in a simulation composed of algorithms and binary code that’s ultimately controlled by artificial intelligence. The creator of this world may well be an advanced A.I. himself, but that’s another topic for another time. I’ve already stated before that we’re living in a scripted reality, a real life Truman Show. How many times have you heard a professional sports announcer proclaim, “You couldn’t have scripted it any better than that?” Perhaps, it’s not far from the truth.

They say nothing is certain in life except death and taxes, but there is one other thing that is certain in a year that has otherwise proven to be unpredictable. The Los Angeles Lakers WILL undoubtedly win the NBA Finals. Not just because they’re the better team, but because they’re the team of destiny.

Now, how ’bout them Dodgers?

Justin

The Lion King and Ancient Egypt

In this post, I would like to compare Mufasa, Simba, and Scar from The Lion King to a popular old myth from ancient Egypt involving Osiris, Horus, and Set. But before even drawing this comparison, I will explain just how much of the Disney movie is based on ancient Egyptian mythology.

At the very beginning of the movie, we’re shown a baboon-like character called Rafiki holding up Simba, the newborn cub, to the Sun. In ancient Egypt, Thoth was depicted as either having the head of a baboon or an ibis. Thoth is also the god of magic, and Rafiki possesses both magical and spiritual abilities in the movie. He’s also portrayed as a lunatic, which is interesting because “lunatic” comes from the word “lunaticus” meaning “of the moon,” and Thoth is known as a lunar deity. Zazu, the bird who acts as a vizier to the king, also plays a similar role to the bird-headed god Thoth. In ancient Egypt, Imhotep was the vizier of the Pharaoh Djoser and was the architect who built the first step pyramid, similar to how the magician Djedi helped the Pharaoh Khufu construct the Great Pyramid of Giza. Imhotep and Djedi were both associated with Thoth.

OK, so now that we’ve safely identified Rafiki and Zazu as Thoth, let’s return to Simba. Firstly, the act of Rafiki holding Simba up to the Sun is symbolic of the the Sun god Ra giving his blessings to the newborn prince. Simba was the son of Mufasa who was destined to one day take over his father’s role as king of the Pride Lands. This made Scar, Mufasa’s brother, jealous because Simba’s birth meant he was no longer in line to become heir to the throne. In ancient Egyptian mythology, Osiris was the primeval king of Egypt in a role similar to Mufasa, while his brother Set murdered him so he could usurp his throne and become king himself. This is exactly what happens in The Lion King when Scar devises a scheme to have Mufasa murdered, but in a way that leads Simba to believe it was his fault. Scar convinces Simba to leave the Pride Lands and never return, setting himself up to become the new king.

Simba, as Mufasa’s son, represents the Egyptian god Horus. Horus was the son of Osiris and Isis, however, he was conceived in an unconventional way. After Set murdered Osiris, he cut his body into pieces and scattered the dismembered parts across Egypt. Isis, with the help of her sister Nephthys, is able to recover Osiris’ body parts, sans the phallus, and reconstructs him with the help of Thoth’s magical powers and Anubis’ embalming abilities. The nursery rhyme Humpty Dumpty may have derived from the Osiris myth when considering the parallels of having to put someone’s severed parts back together again. Isis, being a goddess of magic herself, was able to fashion an artificial phallus to complete his resurrection. She then conceives a child, the falcon god Horus, from the newly revived Osiris. Osiris assimilates himself into his son and becomes resurrected in the same way that Nimrod/Baal assimilated himself into Tammuz, the offspring between he and Semiramis. The pharaohs of Egypt were believed to be the living incarnation of Horus, while Osiris, as the god of the underworld, became equated with the deceased king.

In ancient Egyptian mythology, there are two Horus’: Horus the Younger and Horus the Elder. Simba as a cub represents Horus the Younger, while Simba the lion personifies Horus the Elder. After Simba is visited by Mufasa’s ghost, who tells him he must take his rightful place as king, he returns to the Pride Lands and confronts Scar. Scar admits to Simba that he killed Mufasa and the two scuffle until Scar is forced to tell everyone in the Pride Lands the truth. Simba then banishes Scar from the kingdom and tells him to never return just as Scar had once told him. He then takes his rightful place as king. Horus also participated in several contests with Set, in which he was eventually declared the winner and rightful heir to the throne. Horus then banished Set from Egypt and told him never to return, making the tale of Simba and Scar a retelling of this ancient myth. In the end, justice is served and the death of Mufasa/Osiris is avenged by his son.

If we are to compare this myth to the gods of Mesopotamia, Osiris would be Enki, Set would be Enlil, and Horus would be Marduk. Horus would also be Enki, since we said Osiris assimilated himself into his son. In “The Man Who Broke Free,” I said that Marduk is Enki’s alter ego and I believe that is an accurate way to describe their relationship. When considering these myths, we also must take into account that Enki is the Lord of the Earth and wants to be seen as the “good guy” while making his archnemesis Enlil look like the evil one. In reality, it’s the other way around. In fact, in the Gnostic texts, it is said that death came into existence when Yaldabaoth (Enki) became jealous of Sabaoth (Enlil) after Sabaoth was given heirship to the upper heavens, therefore displacing Yaldabaoth as the most high god. In The Lion King, death occurs after Scar (Set) becomes jealous of Mufasa (Osiris) for having a son that would one day become heir to the throne. Just like in the ancient Egyptian myth, the roles become reversed from the narrative we’re presented with in the Gnostic texts.

Speaking of Yaldabaoth, let’s not forget that he is often depicted as having the body of a serpent and the head of a lion. It should come as no surprise that he would be represented as the same animal in The Lion King. I would even argue that the lyric, “Now the old King is dead, long live the King” from Viva la Vida by Coldplay is a reference to Osiris/Enki. In fact, the song God is Dead? by Black Sabbath may also be about the same archetypal dying and rising god. As we know, however, Enki is still the Lord of the Earth and remains an influential force over our physical reality to this day.

So, in the immortal words of Ozzy Osbourne, is God alive or is God dead?

Justin

Moses and Thoth

In “The Man Who Broke Free,” I explained in detail the connections between Thoth and the biblical Noah. One additional fact that I failed to mention is that according to a local legend in a town located in Turkey, the ibis was one of the first birds Noah released from his infamous ark. This is significant because we know that Thoth is often depicted in Egyptian mythology as having the head of an ibis, so this is yet another reason to believe there’s a connection between Noah and Thoth. Interestingly enough, in the Netflix series Dark, there is a mysterious priest named Noah who has a tattoo of the Emerald Tablets of Thoth on his back. This would appear to be another case of truth hidden in plain sight. But what about Moses?

Let’s consider a few things about Moses, beginning first with his own association with the ibis. According to Josephus, the ibis was used by Moses to aid him in battle against the Ethiopians. In addition, Thoth was a scribe god and Moses was also known as a scribe, having been credited with writing the Book of Genesis. In ancient Egypt, there was a man named Mose (yes, Mose, not Moses) who was an official given the title, “scribe of the treasury of Ptah.” Thoth was Enki’s emissary just like Moses was a prophet of God. Enki was also known as Ptah in Egypt, so here is yet another connection between Mose(s) and Thoth.

Moses has his own affiliations with Egypt, of course. According to legend, Moses was born during a time when the pharaoh of Egypt commanded all newborn Hebrew boys to be killed due to the growing number of Hebrews in the country, and out of fear that the child may grow to become too powerful.

Moses’ mother hid him for three months, similar to how Rhea hid Zeus from being devoured by Kronos. However, when she could hide him no longer, she put Moses in a basket and released him in the Nile River where he was found and adopted by the pharaoh’s daughter. In other words, Moses was led to safety by aid of the waters, just as he would fulfill Yahweh’s promise to lead the Israelites out of Egypt by separating the waters and leading them to safety. Yahweh, as we know, is also one of Enki’s titles and Enki is known as the god of water. Of course, neither Enki nor Moses waved a magic wand to cause the waters to part. According to remote viewing research done by the Farsight Institute, there was extraterrestrial intervention that caused a meteor or asteroid to crash into the Red Sea and create a gap in the waters which allowed the Israelites to cross to the other side.

Moses has also often been compared to Akhenaten, the Egyptian pharaoh. Akhenaten was arguably the most controversial pharaoh of Egypt, having dismantled the polytheistic Egyptian religion during his reign while elevating the Aten as the one and only supreme deity. He was highly detested by the high priests of Egypt, and after his reign ended, Egypt reverted back to worshipping multiple gods with Amun reclaiming his place as the most high god. Speaking of pharaohs, it should be noted that there was an Egyptian pharaoh named Thutmose. In fact, there were four pharaohs in total named Thutmose, which literally translates to “Thoth is born.” If we take the name apart, we get the name Thoth-Mose(s). Thutmose IV was actually the grandfather of Akhenaten.

Comparisons between Moses and ancient gods have been made even in antiquity. Artapanus of Alexandria, a historian who is said to have lived in Alexandria, equated Moses with Hermes. He said, “On account of these things Moses was loved by the masses, and was deemed worthy of godlike honor by the priests and called Hermes, on account of the interpretation of sacred letters.”

Moses and Monotheism was a book written by Sigmund Freud, and Freud was the first to argue that Moses was an Egyptian. The comparisons to Akhenaten are obvious, being that Moses prohibited people from worshipping any gods other than Yahweh through the first of the Ten Commandments. As a lawgiver, Moses has also drawn parallels to Hammurabi, whom he very well may have been a reincarnation of. The Ten Commandments are essentially a shortened adaptation of the Code of Hammurabi, which was given to Hammurabi by the sun god Shamash. The Aten was, of course, the solar sun disc that Akhenaten commanded the Egyptians to worship, so there are also parallels between Hammurabi and the Egyptian pharaoh.

The staff of Moses also has its ties with the caduceus, which is widely known as the symbol of healthcare and medicine. The caduceus is also the staff held by Hermes in Greek mythology. Hermes was known as Ningishzida in Sumerian mythology, and Ningishzida was the god of medicine. Hermes was also the Greek equivalent to Thoth, which gives even further credence to the theory that Moses was indeed an incarnation of Thoth.

The plot thickens.

Justin

Abraham and Isaac

When people hear the name “Abraham”, they usually think of one of two people. One would be Abraham Lincoln, and the other would be the prophet Abraham. In this post, I will explain why I believe the latter Abraham was a false prophet and why the three major religions that he influenced are controlled by a false god.

Most people are familiar with the story of Abraham and Isaac. Abraham is told by God that he must sacrifice his son Isaac and he obeys the order without question. Just as he’s about to murder his child, an angel of Yahweh appears to stop him before he commits the heinous act, saying “now I know you fear God.” This proves that the command was given merely as a test of faith. But why would an all-loving God who condemns murder, demand a child sacrifice from one of the most beloved prophets? The answer to that, of course, is that Yahweh is not an all-loving God.

For those who’ve read my book, you’re already aware that the Canaanite god Moloch is associated with child sacrifice, as is the Greek titan Kronos. Moloch is associated with Yahweh, and Kronos is associated with Saturn/Satan much like Yaldabaoth. In the case of Kronos, he devoured his own children because he was made aware by his parents, Uranus and Gaia, that one of his offspring would one day overthrow him and become king of the gods. Zeus would be the one to fulfill that prophecy, of course. In a previous post, I wrote about the planet and Roman god Jupiter’s association with Enlil, who later on became associated with Marduk. Jupiter overthrowing Saturn is a retelling of Zeus and Kronos, Enlil and Enki, and Saboath and Yaldabaoth. History would later repeat itself as Marduk would overthrow Enki and become the new Lord of the Earth.

It is also interesting to point out that Abraham’s wife Sarah is said to have died of grief when she was informed by Archangel Samael that Isaac had been sacrificed by her husband. In Gnosticism, Samael is known as one of the names of the Demiurge and is called ‘blind god’ due to his ignorance. This further proves Yaldabaoth’s influence over Abraham and his family.

So, how do Enki and Marduk figure into the Abraham and Isaac saga? After Abraham realizes he doesn’t need to sacrifice his son, he decides to sacrifice a ram instead. I wrote in my book about how the ram is associated with Marduk, so this can be interpreted as Abraham metaphorically killing Enki’s “son” in place of his own. It’s no coincidence that “Mar” spelled backwards is “Ram”. “March” also begins with the same prefix, and this is why Mars (Ares) rules over the astrological sign Aries, whose symbol is the ram, during this month. Ares is, of course, the god of war and is an aspect of Marduk. Both animal and human blood sacrifices are appeasing to the gods, as they are able to feed off of that energy to further empower themselves.

But why do billions of people around the world venerate a man who was willing to murder his own child on a whim? Surely in today’s age, if we heard of a man attempting to murder his son because he believed God had demanded it, that person would be deemed mentally unstable and would likely find himself behind bars. So, what makes Abraham different? In all likelihood, he was specifically selected for the role of bringing forth what would become the three major monotheistic religions in the world (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam). Keep in mind, Abraham was blessed by Melchizedek, the high priest and king of Salem.

In “The Man Who Broke Free,” I wrote that Enki/Thoth incarnated many times throughout history, and Melchizedek was almost certainly one of those incarnations. Many even consider Melchizedek to be a forerunner of the (false) Christ. There are also many parallels between Abraham and Zoroaster, another prophet who introduced monotheism to his respective nation. Zoroaster was also likely another one of Enki/Thoth’s incarnations, meaning we must also consider that Abraham may have been one as well. If this is the case, then it makes sense that the “Evil” Nimrod (Marduk) was opposed by the “Righteous” Abraham (Enki). This would be just another example of duality being played out on Earth by the gods.

As above, so below.

Justin

David Blaine and Ascension

In my last post, I wrote about how celebrity deaths are tied into Gematria and that once you know the code, you can better understand the ritualistic nature behind their occurrences. This is why Slipknot has a song called Gematria (The Killing Name). It is necessary for me to point out that Gematria can be used for events outside of celebrity deaths. Let’s take David Blaine’s latest stunt as an example.

On September 2, 2020, David Blaine, the world-famous illusionist, performed another one of his impressive feats when he floated nearly 25,000 feet in the air while holding onto several dozen helium-filled balloons. David Blaine is currently 47 years old and in Gematria, “David Blaine” sums to 47 in the “Reduced” cipher. Also, there are 214 days between September 2 and his next birthday (April 4). His name in Gematria sums to 214 in the “Reverse Ordinal” cipher. In addition, there are 151 days between April 4 and September 2. “Jesus Christ” sums to 151 in the “Ordinal” cipher. Why is that significant?

“Ascension” was the name of the aforementioned David Blaine act. Jesus was said to have ascended to Heaven 40 days after his resurrection. In my book, I wrote about how the real Christ was never crucified, but there was a counterfeit one (Enki/Thoth) who was sacrificed in his stead. I also wrote about how “ascension” sums to 99 in Gematria, as does “rapture” and “The Event”. I explained why I believe the rapture will occur in the year 2024, and if this is indeed the case, then David Blaine’s “Ascension” performance was yet another example of predictive programming. Speaking of which, the Disney movie Up depicts a man ascending to the clouds while being hoisted in the air by dozens of helium-filled balloons. In “The Man Who Broke Free,” I wrote about hidden occult meanings in Disney films and this may have very well been another one.

Speaking of ascension, it is also worth mentioning that there was a WWE tag team called The Ascension who used to wear wrestling attire featuring the Eye of Horus inside of a pyramid. Of course, we all recognize the eye in the pyramid as being represented on the back of our $1 bill, and many associate it as being an Illuminati symbol. Since members of such secret societies consider themselves to be more enlightened than the rest of us, it’s only appropriate that The Ascension would wind up changing their name to The Awakening.

Everything that occurs in the realm of mainstream television is controlled and nothing is coincidental. We’re living in a simulation, a real life Truman Show which I detailed in my book. As we draw closer to a merging of man with machine, it becomes utterly important to remain consciously aware and not become distracted with matrix related events. Unfortunately, with a highly intense presidential election right around the corner, that may be easier said than done.

Justin

Celebrity Deaths and Gematria

In my book, I wrote about the death of Kobe Bryant and how Gematria could be used to explain why he died on January 26, 2020. The fact of the matter is that Gematria can be used to explain why most, if not all, celebrities die on specific dates. In my opinion, it is further evidence that we are living in a simulation that is ultimately controlled by artificial intelligence. One can even argue that Yaldabaoth himself is either A.I., or is controlled by it. But that’s another story for another time.

Gematria comes from the Kabbalah in Jewish mysticism, which states that God created the world using letters and numbers. This past weekend, we all heard about the untimely death of Chadwick Boseman, the Black Panther star. The following day, another celebrity death was in the news. Cliff Robinson, the former NBA star of the Portland Trailblazers, died at age 53. Let’s take a closer look at these deaths to see how ritualistic they actually were.

In the case of Cliff Robinson, if you go to Gematrinator.com/calculator/basic and type in “Trailblazers”, you will see that the “Reduced” cipher shows the letters in his name equate to the number 53. If you type in “Uncle Cliff”, which was his nickname, you will see the letters that constitute that name also equals the number 53 in the “Reverse Reduced” cipher. He died on the same day that his former team, the Portland Trailblazers, were eliminated by the Los Angeles Lakers. If you type in “Los Angeles”, you will see that also sums to the number 53 in the “Reverse Reduced” cipher. Furthermore, “Los Angeles” and “Portland” both equal 37 in the “Reduced” cipher. There are further connections as to why Cliff Robinson died on August 29, 2020, but let’s move on to the death of Chadwick Boseman which was even more insanely ritualistic.

Let’s begin first with the fact that Boseman was born in 1977 NOT 1976. Prior to his death, his birth year was listed as 1977 on Wikipedia. After his death, however, it mysteriously got changed to 1976. If you look in the “notes” section on Wikipedia under Chadwick Boseman, you will see that it says sources conflict on whether he was born in 1977 or 1976. Funny how that conflict came about right after he died. Websites such as GoldenGlobes.com still acknowledge Boseman’s birth year as being 1977, which means he actually died at age 42 rather than 43. So, why so much confusion regarding his age and why is this significant?

Chadwick Boseman played Jackie Robinson in the movie “42” back in 2013, which was seven years ago. I had just written in my last article about the importance of the number seven and how it represents the number of completion. I truly believe the reason his age was mysteriously changed to 43 is because the powers that be recognized that too many people would catch on if they saw he died the same age as the title of the movie he was arguably best known for, aside from Black Panther. Furthermore, Boseman died on Jackie Robinson Day, which was celebrated on August 28, 2020 around Major League Baseball. If you add 8+28+20+20, which are the numeric digits pertaining to this day, you get the number 76. If you enter “Jackie Robinson Day” into the Gematria calculator, you’ll notice how it equals 76 in the “Reduced” cipher. If you enter “Jack Robinson”, which is Jackie Robinson’s birth name, you’ll also get the number 76 in the “Reverse Reduced” cipher.

It is also no coincidence how one day after Boseman’s death on Jackie Robinson Day, Cliff Robinson, who happens to share the same last name as the legendary baseball hall of famer, also passed away prematurely, or should I say, was sacrificed. But let’s take a closer look at Boseman’s death. “Chadwick Boseman” sums to 59 in the “Reduced” cipher in Gematria. We were told by the media that he died from colon cancer. “Colon cancer” in the “Reverse Reduced” cipher also sums to 59. The word “colon” also equals 59 in the “Ordinal”, which is the most pure cipher in Gematria where a=1, b=2, c=3, etc. Once you understand this code, it will become quite clear that not all is what it appears to be when it comes to celebrity deaths.

On top of all of that, if you count the number of days between November 29 (Boseman’s birthday) to August 28 (his death day), including the start date and end date, you get the number 274. “Chadwick Boseman” sums to 274 in the “Reverse Ordinal” cipher in Gematria. Similarly, if you do the same for his death day to his birthday, you get the number 94 which “Chadwick Boseman” also sums to in the “H Exception” cipher.

If anyone doubts anything I’ve said in this article, I would strongly urge you to verify the data yourself because I guarantee once you’re able to grasp this truth, you’ll never look at the world the same way again. I should also add that it was no coincidence that Chadwick Boseman’s final tweet was one in support of Kamala Harris. Just before Kamala Harris was announced as Joe Biden’s choice for Vice President, the wrestler James “Kamala” Harris passed away, or should I say, was sacrificed just like Kobe Bryant was prior to the coronavirus pandemic. Remember, Kobe died on January 26 and exactly one month later on February 26 was the date that the first case of suspected local transmission in the U.S occurred.

Most people would agree that the two biggest topics of 2020 thus far have been the global pandemic and social injustice. For what it’s worth, “coronavirus” in Gematria sums to 56 and 65. “Black Lives Matter” also sums to 56 and 65. Oddly enough, “Justin Colberg” also sums to 56 and 65.

Good thing it’s all just a coincidence though, right?

Justin

The Seven Heavens

The number seven is a significant number in religion and spirituality. It is often referred to as the number of completion, and the Bible claims that God created the world in seven days. In the ancient world, dating back to Mesopotamia, many people believed that the planets in our solar system were more than just celestial bodies. They believed the planets, along with the Sun and the Moon, were realms which were each ruled over by a specific deity. In “The Man Who Broke Free,” I mentioned that the seven days of the week were named after Norse gods along with the Roman god Saturn, the Sun, and the Moon. Let’s take a closer look at these seven heavens.

The first heaven is the Moon, which is where Monday gets its name from. In my book, I wrote about how the DreamWorks logo features a boy sitting on the moon while fishing, presumably for souls. This is a symbolic representation of the role the moon plays in the human afterlife experience and the recycling of souls back down to Earth. Nannar/Sin was the Mesopotamian deity associated with the Moon, who later on became conflated with Allah in Islam.

The second heaven is Mercury. Some of the deities associated with Mercury include Nabu, Enki, Hermes, and Odin. Odin, or Woden, is where Wednesday gets its name from. Mercury was the Roman god of messages and communications. This is why when the planet Mercury goes into retrograde, you will often hear of human interactions becoming disrupted in one form or another. As above, so below, as the old Hermetic saying goes. Speaking of Hermes, it is no coincidence that he shares the same planet as Enki, both of whom are trickster gods.

The third heaven is Venus. The Norse goddess Freya is where Friday originates from. Freya is associated with the Roman goddess Venus as well as Inanna/Isis. Lucifer is also connected to Venus, however, Enki is not. In this case, Venus represents the feminine side of Lucifer, which is the aspect of Sophia that descended to the Kenoma and became the consort of Enki/Marduk (Yaldabaoth). The seven heavens encompass the Kenoma, which exists outside the Pleroma and below the 8th and 9th heavens. The firmament mentioned in the Bible is what divides the upper heavens (8th and 9th) from the lower heavens (Kenoma). God says in Genesis, “Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters.” In this case, God is Enki and this is why Enki is known as the god of fresh water, while Tiamat (Sophia/Achamoth) is known as the goddess of salt water.

The fourth heaven is the Sun. The etymology of Sunday comes from the Sun, which was ruled over by Utu/Shamash, the Mesopotamian god of the Sun. There are many various major Sun gods throughout ancient civilizations, some of which include Mithra in Zoroastrianism, Apollo in ancient Greece, and Amun-Ra in ancient Egypt. In the case of the ancient Egyptians, they regarded the Sun god Amun-Ra as their supreme deity. The Sun was so important to the Egyptians, that even during the reign of Akhenaten, when the controversial pharaoh put a temporary end to polytheism in the country and elevated the Aten as the one and only god, the Sun continued to be worshipped as an aspect of Ra through the Aten, the solar disc.

The fifth heaven is Mars. Mars is associated with gods of war such as Nergal, Ares, and Tyr. Tuesday derives from the Norse god Tyr. It is no coincidence that Mars begins with “Mar” just like Marduk. Although Marduk is not specifically associated with the planet, these other gods represent the aspects of him which are. One can argue that the war god epithet originated with Marduk following his victorious battle with Tiamat. This is a good segue into the ruler of the next realm.

The sixth heaven is Jupiter. Thursday comes from the Norse storm god Thor who was associated with the planet Jupiter. Enlil, Zeus, and Marduk are also storms gods who are associated with Jupiter. Jupiter is the son of Saturn, just like Yahweh is the son of El, Zeus is the son of Kronos, Marduk is the son of Enki, and Enlil/Sabaoth is the son of Yaldabaoth. This leads us into the seventh and final heaven in the Kenoma.

The seventh heaven is Saturn. Needless to say, this is the highest realm of the Kenoma which is where the saying “I’m in seventh heaven” comes from. Saturday is Saturn’s day, which is also the Sabbath day. In other words, it’s the day of worship for Saturn/Satan. Ninurta is associated with Saturn, but it’s important to remember that the original Ninurta was Enlil/Sabaoth after he disassociated himself from Yaldabaoth. However, after Sabaoth was given knowledge of the 8th heaven by Sophia, Yaldabaoth became god of the seventh heaven and took over the title of Ninurta.

Whoever said mythology was confusing?

Justin

Enki, Enlil, and Marduk

Many people who are familiar with the Anunnaki have been led to believe that Enki is the “good guy” and Enlil is the “bad guy” based on the myths. One of the main reasons for this comes from the story of the Great Flood where Enki was the god who warned Noah of an impending deluge, and therefore became regarded as the savior of the human race, while Enlil and the other gods became villainized for wanting to wipe us out. On the surface, one can understand why this would make sense. When looking deeper into it, however, it becomes quite apparent that Enki’s motivation for saving his creation had more to do with his own personal agenda than his empathy towards us. Likewise, Enlil wanted to end the human experiment not because he hated us, but because he wanted to free us from bondage and allow us the opportunity to return back home to the higher spiritual realms. When looking at it from that perspective, the roles of hero and villain become reversed.

Enki and Enlil counterbalance each other; Enki is Lord of the Earth, while Enlil is Lord of the Air/Wind. But what about the Babylonian god Marduk? In the Enuma Elish, a female dragon-like monster known as Tiamat becomes a disruptive and chaotic force for the gods. After many of his contemporaries fail to slay the beast, Marduk emerges as the hero who establishes himself as king of the gods by hatching a successful plan to defeat his rival. He does this by encapsulating her in a net and uses the power of the winds to help aid in his conquest. Perhaps this is where the word “planet” derives from? As I wrote in my book, Tiamat was originally a planet that existed between Jupiter and Mars and was subsequently destroyed during the “War in Heaven”, becoming what we know today as the asteroid belt.

Following Marduk’s victory over Tiamat, he uses her dead body to form the heavens and the Earth. He creates humans as a slave race for the gods and establishes order in the universe, which is why “order out of chaos” is the motto of the Freemasons. Enki was originally known as the one who had dominion over Earth and who created humanity as an inferior race, but these attributes became assimilated into Marduk. This is why I say Marduk is really Enki’s alter ego. But if this is true, then how did Enlil also become syncretized with Marduk?

Enlil was a storm god who was associated with the planet Jupiter, and was therefore associated with the likes of Zeus and Thor. With Marduk’s rise as the supreme god of Babylon, however, he eventually supplanted Enlil and assumed his role as head of the pantheon by taking on his characteristics. So, if Marduk is Enki’s son/alter ego, what was the purpose of having Enlil replaced? The answer becomes obvious when reading the Gnostic texts.

Enlil is known as Sabaoth in Gnosticism, meaning “Lord of Armies”. In my book, I wrote about how Enlil is associated with both Ninurta and Orion. If you look at the constellation Orion, you see the image of a man holding a sword and shield which represents the warrior aspect of Enlil. Sabaoth (Enlil) was an emanation of Yaldabaoth (Enki) and was known as his son. However, he condemns his father when he realizes what an abomination he is and repents when he hears the voice of his mother Sophia. He is then elevated to the seventh heaven which is Saturn, the highest realm in the Kenoma. There, he is taught about everything that exists in the eighth heaven, causing Yaldabaoth to become jealous of his son. Sabaoth dethrones his father and is given dominion over the upper heavens, while Yaldabaoth is cast down to the abyss following the War in Heaven. This is why Enki’s abode is called the Abzu. Yaldabaoth then takes over Sabaoth’s role as ruler of the seventh heaven (Saturn) and therefore takes on his persona. This is the reason why Enki needed to create an alter ego (Marduk) for himself to replace Enlil as the balancing force of good and evil in order to maintain duality on Earth.

To this day, Yaldabaoth is still the god of this world, while Sabaoth was made heir to the throne of Orion in the eight heaven. Achamoth, the aspect of Sophia which resides in the midst known as the ninth heaven, is waiting for humanity to wake up to their true divine nature so she can return in full to the Pleroma. This is an event which may happen much sooner than most people realize.

Justin