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The Archons - Parasitic Entities that Feed on the Human Race

Postby Scepcop » 18 May 2012, 18:28

Have any of you heard of the Archons? According to the Gnostic teachings, which were suppressed and destroyed by the Christians, our world is ruled by entities known as the Archons, parasitic entities that feed on the human race and rule them. They possess those in power and engineer the world with stress, suffering, violence, unnecessary wars, etc. in order to feed off of negative energy from suffering. Supposedly, the secret society rituals (e.g. Freemasons, Skull and Bones, Illuminati) are done to invoke the possession of these entities.

The Gnostics also taught that the Earth is a conscious entity known as Sophia, that Jesus came to expose the God of the Old Testament and help liberate people from him, which is why he was crucified, and that knowledge is the key to enlightenment, not fear, guilt or ignorance as Christianity preaches.

Check out these interviews about the Archons, and how they tie in with the Annunaki and Sumerian creation myths. This is very mind blowing new stuff. Jay Weidner's rule is "Whatever is suppressed the most, is usually what is closest to the truth."





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Re: Our Rulers the Archons and Gnostic Teachings

Postby Craig Browning » 18 May 2012, 20:27

As I've asked before, how much actual study have you done on this topic?

The "Gnostics", at least one type of Gnostic, were in fact Christians but at the same time there were other types of Gnostic traditions, many pre-dating the Christian era itself. Druidism for an example, has within its traditions a Gnostic element (there were many facets to Druidry, some even suggesting that the Essene were of the same lineage & traditions and get this; they practiced a Gnostic version of the Hebrew faith. . . a tradition that contained far more esoteric perspective and understanding of the healing arts and what some would term "Magick" or "occult" knowledge.)

I'd have to double check the ACTUAL scriptures associated with the Christian-Gnostic traditions, but I don't recall the whole "Archon" thing being "Universal" in their traditions; I forget the name of the book, but I'm pretty certain that idea comes from a far more modern source. True Gnosticism tends to be far more pragmatic in what it teaches and represents; more akin to Buddhism and Hermetics, in that it made humankind responsible for itself and its own "enlightenment" by way of the Gnosis a.k.a. KNOWLEDGE . . . education, the sciences & the arts; NOT superstitious thinking, blind faith, or being subservient to some kind of external force or hierarchy.

Though it's been a while I used to be quite up to snuff when it came to the Gnostic text which frequently get muddled when it comes to the "lost books" of the Bible a.k.a. those that were condemned and omitted from the canon due to political reasoning. Truth is, a big chunk of what some refer to as "Gnostic Text" was deservingly discarded in that the tales within were far more fantastic than anything the brother's Grimm ever considered. . . the statutes of Egypt's gods as well as the Palm Trees bowing in homage to the child Jesus when he entered their land? Give me a break!

You would do well to invest into the following;

The Gnostic Bible -- http://www.amazon.com/The-Gnostic-Bible-Revised-Expanded/dp/1590306317/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1337343776&sr=8-4

The Other Bible -- http://www.amazon.com/The-Other-Bible-Willis-Barnstone/dp/0060815981/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1337343776&sr=8-6

. . . and the works by Elain Pagels the Harrington Spear Paine Professor of Religion at Princeton University. She's amazingly approachable when it comes to serious students that actually put time into learning about the Gnostic traditions & teachings.
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Re: Our Rulers the Archons and Gnostic Teachings

Postby Scepcop » 21 May 2012, 16:12

John Lash and Jay Weidner have done a lot of research on Gnosticism. Did you listen to their interviews? Why are you more credible than them?

If the Gnostics were peaceful, why did they get wiped out? They must have been a threat in some way.
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Re: Our Rulers the Archons and Gnostic Teachings

Postby Craig Browning » 21 May 2012, 19:09

Scepcop wrote:John Lash and Jay Weidner have done a lot of research on Gnosticism. Did you listen to their interviews? Why are you more credible than them?

If the Gnostics were peaceful, why did they get wiped out? They must have been a threat in some way.


READ YOUR HISTORY. . . the Gnostic sects were "wiped out" because of politics and of course the related influence allowed the Orthodox side of Christianity a.k.a. Rome/the Vatican and of course Constantinople. Ireanius, one of the early church fathers (2nd century c.e.) was one of the loudest voices condemning Gnosticism and defining what gospels were the "true message" and what were false. By his word alone most of the "lost" gospels (what we find from Naghamadi, the Dead Sea Scrolls, etc.) were made heresy and ultimately, those found teaching and in possession of said scriptures would forfeit their lives.


Early Christian heresies
See also: Early Christianity

The New Testament itself speaks of the importance of maintaining orthodox doctrine and refuting heresies, showing the antiquity of the concern.[7] Because of the biblical proscription against false prophets (notably the Gospels of Matthew and Mark) Christianity has always been preoccupied[citation needed] with the "correct", or orthodox, interpretation of the faith. Indeed one of the main roles of the bishops in the early Church was to determine the correct interpretations and refute contrarian opinions (referred to as heresy).[citation needed] As there were differing opinions among the bishops, defining orthodoxy would consume the Church then and even until this present day, which is why there are many denominations.[citation needed]

In his book Orthodoxy, Christian Apologist and writer G. K. Chesterton asserts that there have been substantial disagreements about faith from the time of the New Testament and Jesus. He pointed out that the Apostles all argued against changing the teachings of Christ as did the earliest church fathers including Ignatius of Antioch, Irenaeus, Justin Martyr and Polycarp (see false prophet, the antichrist, the gnostic Nicolaitanes from the Book of Revelation and Man of Sin).

The development of doctrine, the position of orthodoxy, and the relationship between the various opinions is a matter of continuing academic debate. Since most Christians today subscribe to the doctrines established by the Nicene Creed, modern Christian theologians tend to regard the early debates as a unified orthodox position (see also Proto-orthodox Christianity and Paleo-orthodoxy) against a minority of heretics. Other scholars, drawing upon, among other things, distinctions between Jewish Christians, Pauline Christians, and other groups such as Gnostics and Marcionites, argue that early Christianity was fragmented, with contemporaneous competing orthodoxies.[8]

In the middle of the 2nd century, three unorthodox groups of Christians adhered to a range of doctrines that divided the Christian communities of Rome: the teacher Marcion; the pentecostal outpourings of ecstatic Christian prophets of a continuing revelation, in a movement that was called "Montanism" because it had been initiated by Montanus and his female disciples; and the gnostic teachings of Valentinus. Early attacks upon alleged heresies formed the matter of Tertullian's Prescription Against Heretics (in 44 chapters, written from Rome), and of Irenaeus' Against Heresies (ca 180, in five volumes), written in Lyon after his return from a visit to Rome. The letters of Ignatius of Antioch and Polycarp of Smyrna to various churches warned against false teachers, and the Epistle of Barnabas accepted by many Christians as part of Scripture in the 2nd century, warned about mixing Judaism with Christianity, as did other writers, leading to decisions reached in the first ecumenical council, which was convoked by the Emperor Constantine at Nicaea in 325, in response to further disruptive polemical controversy within the Christian community, in that case Arianist disputes over the nature of the Trinity.

Suppression of heresies
Main article: Christian debate on persecution and toleration

One of the roles of bishops, and the purpose of many Christian writings, was to refute heresies. The New Testament itself speaks of the importance of maintaining orthodox doctrine and refuting incorrect teachings, showing the antiquity of the concern.[9]

During those first three centuries, Christianity was effectively outlawed by requirements to venerate the Roman emperor and Roman gods. Consequently, when the Church labeled its enemies as heretics and cast them out of its congregations or severed ties with dissident churches, it remained without the power to persecute them.

Before 313 AD, the "heretical" nature of some beliefs was a matter of much debate within the churches, and there was no true mechanism in place to resolve the various differences of beliefs. Heresy was to be approached by the leader of the church according to Eusebius, author of The Church History. It was only after the legalisation of Christianity, which began under Constantine I in 313 AD that the various beliefs of the Church began to be made uniform and formulated as dogma through the canons promulgated by the General Councils. Each phrase in the Nicene Creed, which was hammered out at the Council of Nicaea, addresses some aspect that had been under passionate discussion prior to Constantine I, and closes the books on the argument, with the weight of the agreement of the over 300 bishops, as well as Constantine I in attendance. [Constantine had invited all 1800 bishops of the Christian church (about 1000 in the east and 800 in the west). The number of participating bishops cannot be accurately stated; Socrates Scholasticus and Epiphanius of Salamis counted 318; Eusebius of Caesarea, only 250.] In spite of the agreement reached at the council of 325, the Arians, who had been defeated, dominated most of the church for the greater part of the 4th century, often with the aid of Roman emperors who favored them.

Irenaeus (c. 130–202) was the first to argue that his "orthodox" position was the same faith that Jesus gave to the apostles, and that the identity of the apostles, their successors, and the teachings of the same were all well-known public knowledge. This was therefore an early argument supported by apostolic succession. Irenaeus first established the doctrine of four gospels and no more, with the synoptic gospels interpreted in the light of John. Irenaeus' opponents, however, claimed to have received secret teachings from Jesus via other apostles which were not publicly known. Gnosticism is predicated on the existence of such hidden knowledge, but brief references to private teachings of Jesus have also survived in the canonic Scripture as did warning by the Christ that there would be false prophets or false teachers. Irenaeus' opponents also claimed that the wellsprings of divine inspiration were not dried up, which is the doctrine of continuing revelation.

The first known usage of the term 'heresy' in a civil legal context was in 380 AD by the "Edict of Thessalonica" of Theodosius I. Prior to the issuance of this edict, the Church had no state sponsored support for any particular legal mechanism to counter what it perceived as 'heresy'. By this edict, in some senses, the line between the Catholic Church's spiritual authority and the Roman State's jurisdiction was blurred. One of the outcomes of this blurring of Church and State was a sharing of State powers of legal enforcement between Church and State authorities. At its most extreme reach, this new legal backing of the Church gave its leaders the power to, in effect, pronounce the death sentence upon those whom they might perceive to be 'heretics'.

Within 5 years of the official 'criminalization' of heresy by the emperor, the first Christian heretic, Priscillian was executed in 385 by Roman officials. For some years after the Protestant Reformation, Protestant denominations were also known to execute those whom they considered as heretics. The last known heretic executed by sentence of the Roman Catholic Church was Cayetano Ripoll in 1826. The number of people executed as heretics under the authority of the various 'church authorities' is not known, however it most certainly numbers into the several thousands.


Irenaeus' theology and contrast with Gnosticism
The central point of Irenaeus' theology is the unity and the goodness of God, in opposition to the Gnostics' division of God into a number of divine "Aeons", and their distinction between the utterly transcendent "High God" and the inferior "Demiurge" who created the world. Irenaeus uses the Logos theology he inherited from Justin Martyr. Irenaeus was a student of Polycarp, who was said to have been tutored by John the Apostle.[27] (John had used Logos terminology in the Gospel of John and the letter of 1 John). Irenaeus prefers to speak of the Son and the Spirit as the "hands of God".

His emphasis on the unity of God is reflected in his corresponding emphasis on the unity of salvation history. Irenaeus repeatedly insists that God began the world and has been overseeing it ever since this creative act; everything that has happened is part of his plan for humanity. The essence of this plan is a process of maturation: Irenaeus believes that humanity was created immature, and God intended his creatures to take a long time to grow into or assume the divine likeness. Thus, Adam and Eve were created as children. Their Fall was thus not a full-blown rebellion but rather a childish spat, a desire to grow up before their time and have everything with immediacy.

Everything that has happened since has therefore been planned by God to help humanity overcome this initial mishap and achieve spiritual maturity. The world has been intentionally designed by God as a difficult place, where human beings are forced to make moral decisions, as only in this way can they mature as moral agents. Irenaeus likens death to the big fish that swallowed Jonah: it was only in the depths of the whale's belly that Jonah could turn to God and act according to the divine will. Similarly, death and suffering appear as evils, but without them we could never come to know God.

According to Irenaeus, the high point in salvation history is the advent of Jesus. Irenaeus believed that Christ would always have been sent, even if humanity had never sinned; but the fact that they did sin determines his role as a savior. He sees Christ as the new Adam, who systematically undoes what Adam did: thus, where Adam was disobedient concerning God's edict concerning the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, Christ was obedient even to death on the wood of a tree. Irenaeus is the first to draw comparisons between Eve and Mary, contrasting the faithlessness of the former with the faithfulness of the latter. In addition to reversing the wrongs done by Adam, Irenaeus thinks of Christ as "recapitulating" or "summing up" human life.[34] This means that Christ goes through every stage of human life, from infancy to old age, and simply by living it, sanctifies it with his divinity. Although it is sometimes claimed that Irenaeus believed Christ did not die until he was older than is conventionally portrayed, the bishop of Lyons simply pointed out that because Jesus turned the permissible age for becoming a rabbi (30 years old and above), he recapitulated and sanctified the period between 30 and 50 years old, as per the Jewish custom of periodization of human life, and so touches the beginning of old age when one becomes 50 years old. (see Adversus Haereses, book II, chapter 22).

In the passage of Adversus Haereses under consideration, Irenaeus is clear that after receiving baptism at the age of thirty, citing Luke 3:23, Gnostics then falsely assert that "He [Jesus] preached only one year reckoning from His baptism," and also, "On completing His thirtieth year He [Jesus] suffered, being in fact still a young man, and who had by no means attained to advanced age." Irenaeus argues against the Gnostics by using scripture to show that Jesus lives at least several years after his baptism by referencing 3 distinctly separate visits to Jerusalem. The first is when Jesus makes wine out of water, He went up to the Paschal feast-day, after which He withdraws and is found in Samaria. The second is when Jesus goes up to Jerusalem for Passover and cures the paralytic, after which He withdraws over the sea of Tiberias. The third mention is when He travels to Jerusalem, eats the Passover, and suffers on the following day.[35]

Irenaeus quotes scripture, which we reference as John 8:57, to suggest that Jesus ministers while in his 40's. In this passage, Jesus' opponents want to argue that Jesus has not seen Abraham, because Jesus is too young. Jesus' opponents argue that Jesus is not yet 50 years old. Irenaeus argues that if Jesus was in his thirties, his opponents would've argued that He's not yet 40 years, since that would make Him even younger. Irenaeus' argument is that they would not weaken their own argument by adding years to Jesus' age. Irenaeus also writes that "The Elders witness to this, who in Asia conferred with John the Lord's disciple, to the effect that John had delivered these things unto them : for he abode with them until the times of Trajan. And some of them saw not only John, but others also of the Apostles, and had this same account from them, and witness to the aforesaid relation."[35]

In Demonstration (74) Irenaeus reinforced his view that Jesus was at least 45 with the statement "For Herod the king of the Jews and Pontius Pilate, the governor of Claudius Caesar, came together and condemned Him to be crucified."[36] This would place the crucifixion no earlier then AD 42.[37]

Irenaeus conceives of our salvation as essentially coming about through the incarnation of God as a man. He characterizes the penalty for sin as death and corruption. God, however, is immortal and incorruptible, and simply by becoming united to human nature in Christ he conveys those qualities to us: they spread, as it were, like a benign infection. Irenaeus therefore understands the atonement of Christ as happening through his incarnation rather than his crucifixion, although the latter event is an integral part of the former.

By comparison, according to the Gnostic view of Salvation, creation was perfect to begin with; it did not need time to grow and mature. For the Valentinians, the material world is the result of the loss of perfection which resulted from Sophia's desire to understand the Forefather. Therefore, one is ultimately redeemed, through secret knowledge, to enter the pleroma of which the Achamoth originally fell.

According to the Valentinian Gnostics, there are three classes of human beings. They are the material, who cannot attain salvation; the psychic, who are strengthened by works and faith (they are part of the church); and the spiritual, who cannot decay or be harmed by material actions.[38] Essentially, ordinary humans—those who have faith but do not possess the special knowledge—will not attain salvation. Spirituals, on the other hand—those who obtain this great gift—are the only class that will eventually attain salvation.

In his article entitled "The Demiurge," J.P. Arendzen sums up the Valentinian view of the salvation of man. He writes, "The first, or carnal men, will return to the grossness of matter and finally be consumed by fire; the second, or psychic men, together with the Demiurge as their master, will enter a middle state, neither heaven (pleroma) nor hell (whyle); the purely spiritual men will be completely freed from the influence of the Demiurge and together with the Saviour and Achamoth, his spouse, will enter the pleroma divested of body (húle) and soul (psuché)."[39]

Irenaeus is also known as one of the first theologians to use the principle of apostolic succession to refute his opponents.

In his criticism of Gnosticism, Irenaeus made reference to a Gnostic gospel which portrayed Judas in a positive light, as having acted in accordance with Jesus' instructions. The recently discovered Gospel of Judas dates close to the period when Irenaeus lived (late 2nd century), and scholars typically regard this work as one of many Gnostic texts, showing one of many varieties of Gnostic beliefs of the period.[40]


While these excerpts come from wiki -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_heresy and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irenaeus -- they give a decent, albeit abridged overview as to what happened by whom and the related bias. I would likewise suggest a reading of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Gnosticism from wiki as well as http://www.earlychristianhistory.info/gnostic.html * http://www.gnosis.org/naghamm/nhlintro.html * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elaine_Pagels * http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline ... agels.html

Why are you more credible than them?

Probably because I don't have an agenda which these two seem to have, one that falls hand in hand with the phobias encouraged by both faces of the modern church (Catholic & Protestant) but most especially the rabble-raising Fundamentalists who don't want peace to exist on this planet in any form.
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Re: Our Rulers the Archons and Gnostic Teachings

Postby Arouet » 22 May 2012, 11:32

Scepcop wrote:If the Gnostics were peaceful, why did they get wiped out? They must have been a threat in some way.


Seriously, Scepcop. You need to do some basic history. The church was not exactly lenient on heretical groups - no matter how small.
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Re: Our Secret Rulers - The Archons from Gnostic Teachings

Postby Scepcop » 06 Aug 2012, 00:24

Here is a new interview with David Icke where he talks about the Archons, DNA, Royals and Iluminati History.



Dr. Mau, author of Sanctus Germanus, also talks about energetic mind parasites in this interview.

Part 1 of 2:

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Re: Our Secret Rulers - The Archons from Gnostic Teachings

Postby Craig Browning » 07 Aug 2012, 01:02

Oi Vey! :roll:
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Re: Our Secret Rulers - The Archons from Gnostic Teachings

Postby Angelo Michael » 01 Dec 2013, 02:11

This is the most important topic for humankind, Craig has been able to summarize a very complex subject with a degree of truth and understanding that neither Iraneus or John lash has been able to demonstrate, I don't want anyone to misunderstand, I read John lash's book, it is excellent and a good read , he is very intelligent and quite a historian, much like Iraneus. Unlike Iraneus John encourages you to read for yourself and draw your own conclusions. Unfortunately most don't The book selectively quotes gnostic scripture while leaving out the most important parts , then you are steered in a different direction, it ignores the exegesis that is critical to self realization. Iraneus even attacked the gospel of John with great vigor ( the canonized gospel of the nt) he declared it to be heresies as well and John a heretic, his intelligence is obvious , leading one to question his motives. Jay has a better understanding than most of humankind, he puts information out that is critical without throwing the baby out with the bath water.
Craig's comments are on topic, his level of understanding leads me to believe he is of the unshakeable race. He should write more on the topic. Anyone reading this should research this subject completely , you don't know who you really are and what are your options.
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Re: The Archons - Parasitic Entities that Feed on the Human

Postby Scepcop » 11 Apr 2014, 13:01

Check out this informative and mind blowing interview with David Icke by Alex Jones about the Archons. The Archons are the entities that ancient mystics say rule our planet and possess many of our rulers. They engineer stress, suffering, unnecessary wars and violence in the world because they feed off of the negative energy of human suffering. It might sound crazy, but it makes sense and explains a lot, at least a lot more than any conventional explanation can.



Jay Weidner also talks about the Archons and their objectives in one of his new interviews. What he says is also very informative and fascinating.

Jay Weidner -- The Archons and Sandy Hook

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-RUEuHzdo4

Jay Weidner -- The Archons and Fukishima

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oA4YluC9JL4

Jay Weidner -- The Archons and Moon Hoax

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPr25wZWPSQ
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Re: The Archons - Parasitic Entities that Feed on the Human

Postby Scepcop » 13 Aug 2014, 07:24

In this interesting interview, Jay Weidner talks about the how you can see the behavior of the Archons in the Sandy Hook hoax. It's very chilling and he gives many examples.

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Re: The Archons - Parasitic Entities that Feed on the Human

Postby Scepcop » 13 Aug 2014, 19:01

Here is a round table discussion on the Vinny Eastwood show about the Archons, parasitic energy beings that infect and feed off the human race. It features several authors and experts. It is very interesting and informative. And it makes sense too, so it may be true.



Here is a documentary on UFO TV about the Archons. It looks interesting.

Ancient Alien Mystery of the Archons

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Re: The Archons - Parasitic Entities that Feed on the Human

Postby tailchaser » 12 Sep 2015, 20:11

This archon theory is featured a lot on conspiracy theory sites and similar.

Supposedly it is often stated that they are some kind of artificial intelligence that use the power of make believe to confuse people and trap souls through the reincarnation system. Humans as the title of this topic suggests are harvested for energy like cattle. The archons are constructed out of thought forms and they are able to influence people covertly, infecting humans with their programming. They being an error of creation.

Some people try to equate these archons with alien sightings and such like greys etc.
Of course there are many variations on the idea. Theories such as how they have 800 billions units assigned to people. The question is how they came up with that number? Or there are 7 or 12 archons. In the case of 12 archons there is one for each astrological star sign. But lets not get into that.
Then there is the stories written in the nag hammadi about the archons, featuring the demiurge and the Pleroma etc.
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