Saint John vs the Arch-Heretic Gnostics of Crete, is a little known biblical battle that is one of the most important Gnostic Resurrectionstories about Gnosticism that has ever been told. A battle of Gnosis, that some Christians might consider a war of Christ vs the Antichrist, angel vs demon, or good vs evil.

But in simple truth, it is really a battle that places the Christian Gnostics of the New Testament Magic (New Law) vs the much older Gnostic Jews of the Old Testament Magic (Old Law). A battle of races, magic, immortality, religion, law, and glory that has been waged here on earth, in the heavens and in hell between these two empires for well over 2,000 years.

In summary, this was an allegorical battle of being a Gnostic who is in charge of his own soul, body, thoughts, actions and destiny, to then handing over this sovereign authority to the Roman Republic and their new Messiah who would now preside as Chief Gnostic under the title of Pontifex Maximus.

SGnostic crosst. John would represent the new Universal Religion known today as the Catholic Church backed by the Roman Army, and Cerinthus (Kerinthus) would represent the old ancient religion of Gnosticism backed by thousands of years of blood knowledge and Gnosis. The earliest surviving account of Cerinthus is that in Irenæus' refutation of Gnosticism, Adversus haereses, which was written about 170 CE. According to Irenæus, Cerinthus, a man educated in the wisdom of the Egyptians, claimed angelic inspiration. (Wikipedia)

In the New Testament, Cerinthus was a leader of a Gnostic group who had propagated the ancient teachings of Gnosticism during the first years of Christianity. Cerinthus was educated in Egypt and had been trained in the philosophy of Philo. His followers were known as the Kerethi or Kerethim (Cherethim or Cerinthians) from the ancient island of Crete. The name of the circle of the Cerinthians (Kerethim), would later change in the bible to the Corinthians from the city of Corinth on Crete. Paul the Apostle and "Sosthenes our brother" wrote this epistle to "the church of God which is at Corinth", in Greece. Paul founded the church in Corinth (Acts 18:1–17), then spent approximately three years in Ephesus (Acts 19:8, 19:10, 20:31). (Wikipedia)

Cerinthus and his Gnostic followers, the Corinthians had followed the prophet Elijah and had remained faithful to the true John the EvangelistGod. Hence, he was the chief Heretic and adversary of the gospel then living at the time of John the Evangelist, and thus a symbolic story of what happened to these same ancient Gnostics who practiced their religion of knowledge and nature. This practice of Gnosis had made them the allegorical symbolic Gnostic Arch-Heretic Tribe, who St. John had opposed in the bible.

There is a famous story told of St. John having entered into the bath in the City of Eusebius, and understanding that Cerinthus was there, went away immediately, and bid his companions do so too. "Let us fly from hence," said he to them, "for fear that a bath, wherein the enemy of truth is, should fall upon us." Irenaeus says, that St. Jerome, in his treatise against the Luciferians, affirms that immediately after the retreat of St. John, the bath actually fell down and crushed Cerinthus to death.(1)

This is why they are labeled "arch-heretics or antichrists", who according to Irenaeus;

Irenaeus said this about his teaching.

"A certain Cerinthus in Asia taught that the world was not made by the Supreme God, but by a certain power entirely separate and distinct from that authority which is above the universe, and ignorant of that God who is over all things.

He submitted that Jesus was not born of a virgin (for this seemed to him impossible), but was the son of Joseph and Mary, born as all other men, yet excelling all mankind in righteousness, prudence, and wisdom. And that after His baptism there had descended on Him, from that authority which is above all things, Christ in the form of a dove; and that then He had announced the unknown Father and had worked miracles but that at the end Christ had flown back again from Jesus, and that Jesus suffered and rose again, but that Christ remained impassible, since He was a spiritual being." (I, XXVI, I)

Cerinthus taught that the world was not created by the first God, but by a subordinate power. He has also said Jesus was the son of Joseph and Mary, but was wiser and more righteous than other men. After his baptism the spirit of the all-sublime power of God descended upon him in the form of a dove. From now on he preached the unknown Father and performed miracles. Finally the "Christ" forsook him, but "Jesus" suffered and rose again, whereas the spiritual Christ did not suffer.(2)

Tertullian wrote this of Cerinthus:

"After him (Carpocrates) broke out the heretic Cerinthus, teaching similarly. For he, too, says that the world was originated by those angels; and sets forth Christ as born of the seed of Joseph, contending that He was merely human, without divinity; affirming also that the Law was given by angels; representing the God of the Jews as not the Lord, but an angel. His successor was Ebion, not agreeing with Cerinthus in every point; in that he affirms the world to have been made by God, not by angels; and because it is written, "No disciple above his master, nor servant above his lord," sets forth likewise the law as binding, of course for the purpose of excluding the gospel and vindicating Judaism."(3)

ALBERT PIKE ON CERINTHUSAlbert Pike had written this about Cerinthus in Morals and Dogma;

Thus, Cerinthus of Ephesus, with most of the Gnostics, Philo, the Kabalah, the Zend-Avesta, the Puranas, and all the Orient, deemed the distance and antipathy between the Supreme Being and the material world too great, to attribute to the former the creation of the latter. Below, and emanating from, or created by, the Ancient of Days, the Central Light, the Beginning, 01 First Principle [A.pxi'], one, two, or more Principles, Existences, 01 Intellectual Beings were imagined, to some one or more of whom [without any immediate creative act on the part of the Great Immovable, Silent Deity], the immediate creation of the material and mental universe was due.

ElijahWHY WAS THE GNOSTIC CERINTHUS THE ADVERSARY TO ST. JOHN?

The reason they were opposed to St John was because he had represented Jesus Christ of the New Covenant under the new law of the New Testament and the Gnostic Cerinthus had instructed his followers to maintain a strict adherence to Mosaic law for the attainment of salvation of the old law via the Old Testament. Cerinthus attributed the creation of the world to angels, and not to God. This independent path they chose had meant in Rome's new religion under Roman Law that they were heretical antichrists by default.

The meaning of Elijah is from the Hebrew name אֱלִיָּהוּ (‘Eliyyahu) meaning “my God is Yahweh” who is the Hebrew national god of the Iron Age kingdoms of Israel and Judah. Elijah is the Hebrew prophet in the Old Testament who opposed the worship of idols; he was persecuted for rebuking Ahab and Jezebel (king and queen of Israel); he was taken up to heaven in a chariot of fire (circa 9th century BC). Elijah represents the people of the old covenant who did not fall away from God and had remained faithful to Mosaic law. This faithfulness was exactly the thing Rome had wanted to end because there was a new law in town and that was the law of the Caesars which St. John and the New Testament had represented.

These arch-heretics from Crete were the main reason for St. John writing his Gospel against the Gnostics. Irenaeus had said that St. John directed his Gospel against the Nicolaitans as well as against Cerinthus: and the comparison which is made between their doctrine and that of Balaam, may perhaps authorize us to refer to this sect what is said in the Second Epistle of St. Peter. The whole passage contains marked allusions to Gnostic teachers. Hence, meet the Gnostic adversaries of the Roman Christ or the Devil and his demons of knowledge.(4)

GNOSIS, BLOOD (DNA) AND THE WATER OF LIFE

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Out of his belly—that is, his inner man, his soul, as in Proverbs 20:27

In Kings 17:2-4 (NIV) it is written: Then the word of the Lord came to Elijah: “Leave here, turn eastward and hide in the Kerith Ravine, east of the Jordan. You will drink from the brook, and I have directed the ravens to supply you with food there.”

This is why they are given the name from the Hebrew word “kerith” or “ cherith,” which means to cut off.  This is translated in the bible as "a brook where Elijah was hidden." The prophet Elijah hid himself on the banks on Cherith during the three-year drought. The name Elijah is Hebrew אֱלִיָּהוּ (‘Eliyyahu) meaning “My God is Yahweh.” This is the national race God of the Iraelites and always has been. Yahweh is another name for the planet Jupiter and in Greek mythology, Jupiter is the God Zeus.

It is on this same island of Crete there in a cave on Mount Ida where the God Zeus was hidden by his mother Rhea to hide him from his vengeful father Kronus and placed in the care of the priesthood of the Curetes. Just like Zeus had been hidden on Crete, Elijah was also and his followers who are named the Corinthians we find the meaning in, "the a brook where Elijah." Hence, the follower of the true God was cut off and hidden in the same place Zeus was and just about every other Greek God or Goddess story told had involved these very same islands of Crete or Dia in the Mediterranean Sea.

1 Kings 17:5-6  we find that Elijah listened to his own Gnosis and did what the LORD had told him by obeying the words which the Lord had spoken to him without second guessing the LORD or debating him. He simply went to the Kerith Ravine, east of the Jordan, and stayed there. The ravens brought him bread and meat in the morning and bread and meat in the evening, and he drank from the brook.

A brook is a small body of water or stream with a current that is smaller than a creek. Allegorically, the brook represents our blood running through our veins like a stream with a current which we tap for Gnosis in order to form "our own streams of consciousness."  The soul of man drinks of the water of life which is our blood to then become a source of truth to others. The LORD supplies not cisterns of stagnant water, but rivers of living water (Romans 8:9-11; 1 Corinthians 3:16).

The meaning of the word ‘cistern’ is a reservoir or receptacle of some natural fluid of the body. The cistern is actually an allegorical word for our blood plasma. Blood plasma is what carries life and death to our bodily organs. It is the reservoir or receptacle of life-giving and saving water and chemicals, and also the transmitter of disease and death. In Jeremiah 2:13 it is said; “For my people have committed two evils: they have forsaken me, the fountain of living waters, and hewed out cisterns for themselves, broken cisterns that can hold no water.”

When god says his people had hewn out cisterns for themselves, broken cisterns that can hold no water; he meant that they had turned away from god and the truth in order to follow their own selfish ambitions and live a worldly life. A life that will eventually change the very chemical make up of their blood into a living well of poison. A great teaching in Proverbs 5:15 shows us the proper way to live; “Drink water from your own cistern, flowing water from your own well. Should your springs be scattered abroad, streams of water in the streets? Let them be for yourself alone, and not for strangers with you. Let your fountain be blessed, and rejoice in the wife of your youth, a lovely deer, a graceful doe. Let her breasts fill you at all times with delight; be intoxicated always in her love.”

There is a river," besides all these, clear and pleasant, " the streams whereof shall make glad the city of God." (Ps. xlvi. 4.) These are the waters that the doves love to sit by, because by the clearness of these streams, they can see their pretty selves.

As Carl Jung had said, "Who has fully realized that history is not contained in thick books, but lives in our very blood?"

Are you now starting to understand this Gnostic, race and mind control story?

THE DESTRUCTION OF THE GNOSTICS FROM CRETE

In Ezekiel 25:16 the Philistines and the Kerethites (Kerethim or Cherethites) are threatened together; while in Zephaniah 2:5 the Kerethites are evidently the dwellers in “the land of the Philistines,” “the inhabitants of the seacoast.” The Kerethim from Palestine were well-known to be great in the art of archery. Some of these warriors were employed by King David as his life guards.

These mercenary soldiers are also named as Philistines and Cretans being mentioned together with the Philistines are said to have come from Kaftor (Caphtor). The name Kaftor is the biblical name for the island of Crete which is derived from the Egyptian texts that refer to the Myceneans as the Keftui. The Greek Septuagint rendering of these verses substitutes the term “Cretans” for “Cherethites in both Ezekiel and Zephaniah. The name ‘Kerethim’ is an Arab name for the people of Crete which they had called the island Kerith or Keritha (ker-eetha). The ancient Egyptians had called the island of Crete Keiftu and the Latins, Cappadocia.

The name that the island goes by today, Crete and the people, Cretans who are not the same original inhabitants of the island that were in biblical times. Crete is derived from a Greek word ‘Kri’ti,’ meaning creation. In Crete there is a city that was called Corinth in the bible that was the meeting point in the Mediterranean Sea of many nationalities because the main current of the trade between Asia and western Europe passed through its harbors.

This is why many of the Apostles of Christianity would spend so much time and energy on these islands. Paul’s first visit to Crete lasted nearly two years and his converts were said to be mainly Greeks or who would be called Jews today. Some time before 2 Corinthians was written he paid them a second visit (2 Cor. 12: 14; 2 Cor. 13: 1) to check some rising disorder (2 Cor. 2: 1; 2 Cor. 13: 2), and wrote them a letter, now lost (1 Cor. 5: 9). They had also been visited by Apollos (Acts 18: 27), perhaps by Peter (1 Cor. 1: 12), and by some Jewish Christians who brought with them letters of commendation from Jerusalem (1 Cor. 1: 12; 2 Cor. 3: 1; 2 Cor. 5: 16; 2 Cor. 11: 23). (Wikipedia) The great Gnostic Cerinthus and the Corinthians of the bible had lived in the city of Ephesus, and amidst the seven Churches of Asia.

These facts are found in the First Epistle to the Corinthians, often referred to as First Corinthians (and written as 1 Corinthians), is the seventh book of the New Testament of the Bible. Paul the Apostle and “Sosthenes our brother” wrote this epistle to “the church of God which is at Corinth“, in Greece.(Wikipedia) Ezekiel (xxv. 16) that there was a Philistine tribe of the name, dwelling on the sea-coast. Indeed there is a play of words on the name useful in other respects. “I will stretch out my hand against the Philistines,” (to whose guilt alone the passage refers,) ” and I will curtail the Kerethim, and I will destroy the remnant on the sea-coast.” In Sophouias it is the same. “Woe to you, inhabitants of the coast-nation of Kerethim; tho word of the Lord is against thee, Canaan, laud of the Philistines.”

This is why Crete and its inhabitants such as the Corinthians were some of the most important Gnostic tribes at the time of the New Testament, and why Saint Paul had spent so much time and energy trying to convert these people with very little success if any. This is why when he had left Crete, he has appointed the Roman warrior and Gentile Emperor Titus as Bishop to the island because this had meant the time for religious negotiations were over and they would now get the Roman sword which would force this new religion unto Crete by cutting down all obstacles that stood in the way from destroying the Temple of Jerusalem to also killing many of the Cretan Gnostic leaders and families who were the adversaries to Rome. Referencing a verse in Hosea, Paul asks: “O death where is thy sting? O grave where is thy victory?” (55), equating sin with death and the Judaic Law which have now been conquered and superseded by the victory of Christ.

Hence, the victory of the Romans over the Greeks had meant Jesus Christ and the New Testament under Roman Law and backed by the Roman sword superseded Moses and Greek law. It is really that biblically simple and the very reason the Gnostics who we know of in the bible as the Corinthians or in history as the Jews of Crete had opposed this new religion of Rome because it had sought to completely wipe out their race, religion, gods, demons and immortality rites they had performed for centuries.

Who in their right mind wouldn't want to fight against St. John and the Roman Church? Certainly back then, the Gnostics knew what they were dealing with and what they would have to do to combat such an enemy. The only problem was that this new enemy of the Gnostics was hell-bent on uniting all tribes and nations under the one banner of Rome and their religion of Christianity. Essentially what the Apostles wanted them to do was hand over their inherent Gnostic powers to a Pope and an army. This is something in the form of blood that ran through their veins that they obviously were reluctant to give up.

There is a river," besides all these, clear and pleasant, " the streams whereof shall make glad the city of God." (Ps. xlvi. 4.) These are the waters that the doves love to sit by, because by the clearness of these streams, they can see their pretty selves.

WAS ST. JOHN THE GNOSTIC CERINTHUS?

What is interesting about this story is that several notable scholars and historians have made the claim that St. John and was actually the Cerinthus were the same person. Meaning the name St. John is an allegorical name given to Cerinthus in the bible and this same man from Crete is also the author of the “Book of Revelation.” According a 3rd century author and historian, Caius, the Apocalypse of John was a work of the Gnostic Kerinthus. Also, a 2nd- or 3rd-century heretical Christian sect (later dubbed the Alogi) had said that Cerinthus was the true author of the Gospel of John and Book of Revelation which is explained in the Catholic Encyclopedia:

“Additional light has been thrown on the character of Caius’s dialogue against Proclus by Gwynne’s publication of some fragments from the work of Hippolytus “Contra Caium” (Hermathena, VI, p. 397 sq.); from these it seems clear that Caius maintained that the Apocalypse of John was a work of the Gnostic Cerinthus.”

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE GNOSTICS?

Some time later the brook dried up because there had been no rain in the land. - 1 Kings 17:7

and from the brook of Gnosis drying up we have St. Paul educating the Corinthians on what had occurred to their people and Gnosis......

The First Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Corinthians - Love

1     Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal.

2     And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, Mt. 17.20 ; 21.21 · Mk. 11.23 and have not charity, I am nothing.

3     And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, and have not charity, it profiteth me nothing.

4     Charity suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up,

5     doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil;

6     rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth;

7     beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things.

8     Charity never faileth: but whether there be prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be tongues, they shall cease; whether there be knowledge, it shall vanish away.

9     For we know in part, and we prophesy in part.

10     But when that which is perfect is come, then that which is in part shall be done away.

11     When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.

12     For now we see through a glass, darkly, but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.

13     And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity.

Last JudgementTHIS GNOSTIC STORY WILL BE CONTINUED

Corinthians 15: 52: "the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed."

At the Last Judgement the dead will be raised and both the living and the dead transformed into "spiritual bodies"

Behold, I shew you a mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed,

In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.

For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality.

SOURCES:

1. The Christian Reformer, Or, New Evangelical Miscellany

2. The History of the Christian Religion and Church During the First

3. The Ante-Nicene Fathers: Latin Christianity: its founder, ... - Page 651

4. A Biblical and Theological Dictionary: Explanatory of the History,

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The Encyclopedia Of Religion and Ethics:

"Irenaeus says, referring to Polycarp: 'And there are some who heard him say that John, the disciple of the Lord, going to bathe in Ephesus and seeing Cerinthus within, leapt out of the bath without bathing, but saying "Let us flee, lest the bath fall in while Cerinthus the enemy of the truth is within."'" (p. 318)

Irenaeus

"Those who are called Ebionites agree that the world was made by God; but their opinions with respect to the Lord are similar to those of Cerinthus and Carpocrates. They use the Gospel according to Matthew only, and repudiate the Apostle Paul, maintaining that he was an apostate from the Law." (I. XXVI. 2)

Barclay writes in his commentary, Letters Of John and Jude:

"By A.D. 1OO certain things had almost inevitably happened within the Church,...The thrill of the first days had, to some extent at least, passed away. In the first days of Christianity there was a glory and a splendour, but now Christianity had become a thing of habit...  Many were now second or even third generation Christians ... the first thrill was gone and the flame of devotion had died to a flicker. Christianity involved an ethical demand. It demanded a new standard of moral purity, a new kindness, a new service, a new forgiveness --and it was difficult. And once the first thrill and enthusiasm were gone it became harder and harder to stand out against the world and to refuse to conform to the generally accepted standards and practices of the age." (p. 3-4)

"The trouble which John (and others) sought to combat did not come from men out to destroy the Christian faith but from men who thought they were improving it. It come from men whose aim was to make Christianity intellectually respectable. They knew the intellectual tendencies and currents of the day and felt that the time had come for Christianity to come to terms with secular philosophy and contemporary thought. What then was this contemporary thought and philosophy with which the false prophets and mistaken teachers wished to align the Christian faith?  Throughout the Greek world there was a tendency of thought to which the general name of Gnosticism is given." (p. 5)

A Biblical and theological dictionary - Page 748

The Cerinthian heresy was a principal cause of St. John writing his Gospel, it follows, that the Nicolaitans were in existence at least some years before the time of their being mentioned in the Revelation; and the persecution under Domitian, which was the cause of St. John being sent to Potmos, may have been the time which enabled the Nicolaitang to exhibit their principles. Irenirus indeed adds, that St. John directed his Gospel against the Nicolaitans as well as against Cerinthus: and the comparison which is made between their doctrine and that of Balaam, may perhaps authorize us to refer to this sect what is said in the Second Epistle of St. Peter. The whole passage contains marked allusions to Gnostic teachers. There is another question concerning the Nicolaitans, which has excited much discussion. It is a question entirely of evidence and detail; and the two points to be considered are, 1. Whether the Nicolaitans derived their name from Nicolas of Antioch, who was one of the seven deacons: 2. Supposing this to be the fact, whether Nicolas had disgraced himself by sensual indulgence. Those writers who have endeavoured to clear the character of Nicolas have generally tried also to prove that he was not the man whom the Nicolaitans claimed as their head. But the one point may be true without the other: and the evidence is so overwhelming, which states that Nicolas the deacon was at least the person intended by the Nicolaitans, that it is difficult to come to any other conclusion upon the subject. We must not deny that some of the fathers have also charged him with falling into vicious habits, and thus affording too true a support to the heretics who claimed him as their leader. These writers, however, are of a late date; and some, who are much more ancient, have entirely acquitted him, and furnished an explanation of the calumnies which attach to his name. We know that the Gnostics were not ashamed to claim as their founders the apostles, or friends of the apostles. The same may have been the case with Nicolas the deacon; and though we allow, that if the Nicolaitans were distinguished as a sect some time before the end of the century, the probability is lessened that his name was thus abused; yet if his career was a short one, his history, like that of the other deacons, would soon be forgotten: and the same fertile invention, which gave rise in the two first centuries to so many apocryphal gospels, may also have led the Nicolaitans to give a false character to him whose name they had assumed.

Cerinthus and the Cherethims were Jewish Christian from Egypt and the Gnostic arch-heretic that St. John opposed.  A people in South Palestine whose territory bordered upon that of Judah (1 Samuel 30:14). In 1 Samuel 30:16 this land is apparently identical with that of the Philistines. In Ezekiel 25:16 the Philistines and the Cherethites are threatened together; while in Zephaniah 2:5 the Cherethites are evidently the dwellers in "the land of the Philistines," "the inhabitants of the seacoast." Septuagint in both Ezekiel and Zephaniah renders the name "Cretans."

Albert Pike in Moral and Dogma;

Thus, Cerinthus of Ephesus, with most of the Gnostics, Philo, the Kabalah, the Zend-Avesta, the Puranas, and all the Orient, deemed the distance and antipathy between the Supreme Being and the material world too great, to attribute to the former the creation of the latter. Below, and emanating from, or created by, the Ancient of Days, the Central Light, the Beginning, 01 First Principle [A.pxi'], one, two, or more Principles, Existences, 01 Intellectual Beings were imagined, to some one or more of whom [without any immediate creative act on the part of the Great Immovable, Silent Deity], the immediate creation of the material and mental universe was due.

We have already spoken of many of the speculations on Una point. To some, the world was created by the Logos or Word first manifestation of, or emanation from, the Deity. To others, the beginning of creation was by the emanation of a ray of Light, creating the principle of Light and Life. The Primitive Thought, creating the inferior Deities, a succession of IntelliGences, the Iynges of Zoroaster, his Amshaspands, Izeds, and Ferouers, the Ideas of Plato, the Aions of the Gnostics, the Angels of the Jews, the Nous, the Demiourgos, the Divine ReaSon, the Powers or Forces of Philo, and the Alohayim, Forces or Superior Gods of the ancient legend with which Genesis begins,— to these and other intermediaries the creation was owing. No restraints were laid on the Fancy and the Imagination. The veriest Abstractions became Existences and Realities. The attributes of God, personified, became Powers, Spirits, Intelligences.

God was the Light of Light, Divine Fire, the Abstract Intellectuality, the Root or Germ of the universe. Simon Magus, founder of the Gnostic faith, and many of the early Judaizing Christians, admitted that the manifestations of the Supreme Being, as Father, or Jehovah, Son or Christ, and Holy Spirit, were only so many different modes of Existence, or Forces [<w|asis] of the same God. To others they were, as were the multitude of Subordinate Intelligences, real and distinct beings.

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