The Ancient Babylonians had left us the famous story on seals and stones of a half-human and half-divine hero named Gilgamesh (Gilgāmeš) who is king over the city of Erech. These stories are collectively known today as “The Epic of Gilgamesh.”
Gilgamesh stands out as the defied hero who some scholars say is based at one time on a real personage whose name may have been Gisdhubar, or Izdubar, but was later pronounced Gilgamesh. The other two Gods or Demons who are his consorts are named Eabani, who is said to represent primitive man, and Ut-Napishtim (Ūta-napišti or Parnapishtim), the hero of the Babylonian deluge myth.
The story is told that Gilgamesh is set on a mission to travel to the land of his ancestor in order to seek out “Ut-Napishtim,” the son of Kidin-Marduk.” Ut-Napishtim is called the “distant one” and his dwelling is far off, “at the confluence of the streams.” The road to the place is full of dangers, but Gilgamesh, undaunted, undertakes the journey. The hero himself furnishes the description.
I came to a glen at night,
Lions I saw and was afraid.
I raised my head and prayed to Sin.
To the leader (?) of the gods my prayer came.
[He heard my prayer (?)], and was gracious to me.
We can find Gilgamesh is pictured in many ancient seal and cylinders in the act of war – fighting with or strangling a lion and he is given the weapons of an ax and a sword for the fight. Gilgamesh comes to the mountain Mashu (Holy Mountain), which is also described as a place of terrors.
The mountains of Mashu are described as follows:
When [he arrived] at the mountain range of Mashu,
Which daily keeps watch over sun[rise and sunset]-
Whose peaks [reach to] the vault of heaven
(And) whose breasts reach to the netherworld below. (ANET, 88; Heidel 1946, 65).
Mashu is said to mean twin and it is from the “twin peaks” of the Mountain Mashu “daily keeps watch over sun[rise and sunset]” (ANET, 88) which was at the center of the Soul of the World and the two main geographic points of East and West. For it is the Western gate which the sun enters at night and the sun travels at night in subterranean caverns back under the earth to come out in the East at sunrise. The cave is also called the “vault of heaven” is the same phrase su-pu-uk same(e) meaning the “foundation of heaven.”
It is here where we find remnants of the Sabien Rite which is the Rites of the Apocalypse being performed by initiated priests known as the scorpion-men whose “glance is death” and guard the entrance to the cave in the mountain of Mashu or Mashi; that is, “the mountain of the Sunset” or “Dark Mountian of the Sunset.”
The scorpion-men of the Mountain would be the immortal and mortal spirits who took the sacrificial oaths at the beginning of this Age and who hold the keys to heaven and hell via binding and loosing. Gilgamesh must cross the Waters of Death and gain entrance to the Cave AKA the “vault of heaven” through the scorpion-men who are the guards in order to fulfill his mission.
The Scorpion Men stand guard outside the gates of the sun god Shamash at the mountains of Mashu. These give entrance to Kurnugi, the land of darkness which was a dark and dreary cavern located deep below the ground, where inhabitants were believed to continue “a shadowy version of life on earth”.
The scorpion men open the doors for Shamash as he travels out each day, and close the doors after him when he returns to the underworld at night. Their heads touch the sky, their “terror is awesome” and their “glance is death”. This meeting of Gilgameš, on his way to Ūta-napišti, with the Scorpion-folk guarding the entrance to the tunnel is described in Iškār Gilgāmeš, tablet IX, lines 47–81.
When one of the scorpion-man sees Gilgamesh at the cave entrance, he addresses his wife: ” He who comes to us is of divine appearance.” The wife agrees that Gilgamesh is in part divine, but she adds that in part he is human. The scorpion-man then announces that it is by the express command of the gods that Gilgamesh has come to the mountain.
It is at this time that Gilgamesh recovers his courage tells the scorpion-man of his purpose. The scorpion-man then proceeds to inform him of the extreme dangers that will come upon anyone who ventures to enter the dreadful district. Now that he is completely aware and conscious of the Gnosis of who he is and his immortal mission, the gate is then opened for Gilgamesh and his epic journey begins.
Gilgamesh magically makes it through the darkness which is enclosing him on all sides and after traversing a distance of twenty-four hours, he beholds a splendid tree decorated with precious stones and bearing beautiful fruit. He then reaches the sea where he meets the maiden Sabitum where she has her palace and throne as guardian (mermaid) of the sea.
When Sabitum sees Gilgamesh, she locks the gates and will not permit him to pass across the sea. Gilgamesh then pleads with Sabitum telling her of the loss of his friend Eabani, ‘who has become dust (mortal fungi – ie: men),” and whose fate he does not wish to share. When Gilgamesh speaks to Sabitum, it is then said in the text; “[Now] Sabitum, which is the way to Ut-Napishtim.”
The Ninth Tablet opens with the lament of Gilgamesh for the death of his friend, and his number one goal which is to seek out the spirit of his ancestor who is named “Tsit-napishtim (Ut-Napishtim)” so he might perhaps escape a similar fate.
Tsit-napishtim informs Gilgamesh that all men must die with he himself being an exception in exceptional circumstances. He then gives Gilgamesh an opportunity of eating the plant of life, which is then lost. However, Tsit-napishtim then cures Gilgamesh of his disease which he has contracted while crossing the Waters of Death, and he is finally restored to King of Erech.
The Babylonian tablet reads:
“For his friend Ea-bani “Gilgamesh wept bitterly and he lay stretched out upon the ground. “(He cried): ‘Let me not die like Ea-bani! “Grief hath entered into my body, and “I fear death, and I lie stretched out upon the
“To (test) the power of Tsit-napishtim, son of UbaraTutu,
“I will set out, and I will not tarry by the way.'” Gilgamesh describes his journey thus :— “To a mountain gorge I came by night, “Lions I beheld, and I was terrified. “I raised my head and I prayed to the Moon-god, “And to the [chief] of the gods came my cry, “[And he hearkened and] showed favour unto me.”
From what remains of the text it appears that Gilgamesh had a dream in which the Moon-god shewed him the way by which he might safely pass over the mountains. Gilgamesh succeeded in crossing the first mountain range which barred his path, and he next came to a still greater mountain named Mashu, that is to say, the Mountain of the Sunset.
The poem continues as follows:
“Then he came to the Mountain of Mashu, “The portals of which are guarded daily [by monsters];
“Their backs mount up to the ramparts of heaven, “And their fore parts reach down beneath Arallu. “Scorpion-men guard the gate (of Mashu); “They strike terror [into men], and it is death to behold them.
“Their splendour is great, for it overwhelms the mountains; “From sunrise to sunset they guard the Sun. “Gilgamesh beheld them, “And his face grew dark with fear and terror, “And the wildness of their aspect robbed him of his senses.”
One of the Scorpion-men then caught sight of Gilgamesh, and, turning to his wife, told her that the body of the man they saw approaching resembled that of a god. His wife replied that Gilgamesh was partly divine and partly human. The Scorpion-man then told her how Gilgamesh had set out on his long journey in accordance with the will of the gods, and he described the steep mountains which he had already crossed.
Gilgamesh, seeing that the monster regarded him with friendly eyes, recovered from his fright, and told him of the purpose of his journey, namely, to go to Tsit-napishtim, his ancestor, who stood in the assembly of the gods, and had the power over life and death.
The Scorpion-man replied by describing the difficulties and dangers which he would encounter if he persisted in his purpose of traversing the Mountain of Mashu, adding that for twelve kasbu, that is, for a space of twenty-four hours, he would have to pass through thick darkness.
But Gilgamesh was not discouraged.
The Scorpion-man, therefore, yielded to his request, and opened the gate of the mountain and let him through.
For twenty-four hours Gilgamesh marched onwards, “and the darkness was thick and there was no light.” But at the end of this long and dreadful journey he came out once more into the light of the sun, and the first thing he beheld was a beautiful and wonderful tree. The poem describes the tree in the following words:—
“Precious stones it bore as fruit,
“Branches hung from it which were beautiful to behold.
“The top of the tree was lapis lazuli,
“And it was laden with fruit which dazzled the eye of him that beheld.”
This tree grew in a great park or orchard beside THE PRINCESS SABITU.
1. Babylonian Religion and Mythology By Leonard William King
2. The Devils and Evil Spirits of Babylonia: Being Babylonian and …, Volume 1 By Reginald Campbell Thompson
3. The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria By Morris Jastrow (Jr.)
In Mackey’s Revised History of Freemasonry, by Robert Ingham Clegg, et. al., we find the following: [Volume VII, pp. 2135 – 2137]
“Figures 3, 5, and 6 are different forms of Nergal. The word Ner-Gal divides into two parts: Ner signifies light, or luminary, etc., and gal signifies to roll, revolve, a revolution, a circuit, the two together implies the revolving or returning light. If this be truly descriptive of Nergal, there is nothing improbable in considering the rooster as allusive to it, since the vigilance of the rooster is well known, and that he gives due notice of the very earliest reappearance of light, morning after morning. There are different senses in which light may be taken, besides its reference to natural light:
1. Deliverance from any singular danger, or distress. Esther 8:6.
2. Posterity; a son, or successor. 1 Kings 11:36; 2 Chron. 21:7.
3. Resurrection or something very like it. Job 33:28, 30; Psalm 97:11.
In the figures 3, 5, and 6 there is no allusion to the first of these principles, but they have a strong reference to the second, Posterity, and the idea of fecundity or fertility is expressed in the adaptation of the figure of a rooster, which signifies the returning of light.
In Figure 5, which is taken from a gem in the Gallery of Florence, Italy, two roosters are yoked to the car of Cupid, and driven by one Cupid and led by another; and not merely as if harnessed to a common car, but as if they had been in a race and had come off victorious; as the driving Cupid carries a palm-branch, which is the reward of victory, obtained by these his emblematical figures.
In Figure 3 we have a car with a rooster standing in the attitude of crowing and flapping his wings; which is the custom of this bird on certain occasions. The star shown is the star of Venus, and distinguishes this equipage as the consecrated vehicle of that supreme goddess of love and beauty.  At a short distance in the background sits Hymen, the god of marriage and conjugality; his torch brightly blazing; at his feet is a rooster crowing, etc., in a manner and attitude very like the other; and with precisely the same allusions. The indication of this allegory is the influence of Venus and Hymen, the genial powers of vitality, on the renovation of life, in human posterity.
As the extinction of lamps, or torches, indicated utter desolation, loss of children and misery, so on the contrary we are led by the brightly blazing torch to imply the joy of connubial or marriage engagements.
The Figure 6 represents a rooster holding in his bill two ears of corn; he is attended by Mercury, having a Caduceus or wand in one hand, and a bag of money in the other. This gem has puzzled the learned. Montfaucon says, ‘To see Mercury with a rooster is common enough; but to see him walking before a rooster larger than himself, is what I have never noticed, except in this representation. It may denote that the greatest qualities of Mercury is vigilance. The rooster holding the corn in his bill, may, perhaps, mean that vigilance only can produce plenty of the productions necessary to the support of life.’ Ancient mythology adopted various representations of the human form.
The “Cutha tablet” was found in the ancient city of Babylonia. The text on the tablet gives an account of “creation” and speaks of a “temple of Sittam, ” in the sanctuary of Nergal, the “giant king of war, lord of the city of Cutha.” He is frequently invoked in the hymns and his symbols and characteristics we find in the inscriptions and texts of Babylonian, Assyrian, and Samarian rulers.
As I explained in my article, Nergal: The Lion-Headed Cock God of Babylonian Hell (Earth), Nergal was the Cock-headed and Lion-headed Idol of the Samaritan Hebrews who we also know by many other names such as the Kush, Cush, Kish, Cuthah, Cuthites, Cushite, Cutheans, and Babylonians – to name a few. So when you read these different names you need to understand that they were the same people who purposely babbled history, scripture, and mythology because that has been their main job as the Scribes of Chaos for well over the last 2,000 years.
The Cush AKA Gnostic Sethians were the main progeny for the pillar (phallic/cock) cult that we see all around the world today and even here in the U.S. with the cock of Washington and Cleopatra. Herodotus tells us Seth defeated an army without much resistance and then erected a pillar in their capital with a vagina on it to symbolize the fact that the army fought like women which was most likely the same pillar that Josephus said survived in his time.
This is why we find Nergal, the Cush, Sethians and Romans were had carried and were associated with pillars (phallic/cock) in whatever lands they had conquered and ruled. Once a land and people were taken, their cocks were erected and sperm of their descendants was spread into the remaining concubine vaginas to establish their new hybrid/Hyksos empire.
As I mentioned earlier, Nergal was first mentioned as the god of the city known as Cuthah (Cuth/Kuth), and his association with this city is referred to in the Old Testament (II. Kings xvil. 30). He is mentioned in 2 Kings xvii, and the Babylonian Talmudic treatise Sanhedrin (fol. 63, p. 2) which states that the men of Cuthah made Nergal their god.
“And what was it? A cock.”
I find it interesting that they chose the cock which we call today a rooster and lion as their main symbols to represent Nergal and also aligned their souls with a God who they claimed was in charge of war and plagues. But when you really think about it, if you are trying to conquer the world, it makes perfect sense to get the God of war and plagues on your side so that you can use him to smite your foes and clear the land in a hurry.
I have found that there is probably a no better way to manage and rule the world than to use secret biological warfare via parasitical fungi/molds and their sovereign ruler – Nergal which have the ability to control, maim and kill your foes unbeknownst to them.
It was said that the Persians, Arabians, and Indians called the palm-tree – nergil, by of which they report strange things and we find that Nergal is in god lists, the god of the underworld named “King of the Palm Tree” (Lugal-gisimmar).
NERGAL IN BABYLONIAN HISTORY
In my opinion, the Babylonian texts reveal to us a treasure trove of hidden history, human biology, microbiology and spirituality that seems to prove that some of the stories in the Scripture are true and also these same people are the ancient Brotherhood of Magi that existed between Ancient Egypt and Crete for thousands of years.
Assyrian documents of the 1st millennium BC describe Nergal as a benefactor of men, who hears prayers, restores the dead to life, and protects agriculture and flocks. Hymns depict him as a god of pestilence, hunger, and devastation. The other sphere of Nergal’s power was the underworld, of which he became king. According to one text, Nergal with his demon escorts descended to the underworld where the goddess Ereshkigal (or Allatum) was queen. He threatened to cut off her head, but she saved herself by becoming his wife, and Nergal obtained kingship over the underworld.”
According to the Babylonian theory of the manifestation of the divine power in cosmos and cycle, Nergal represents the Underworld, AKA Hell or lowest part of the cycle ie; Modernity as “King of the Beasts,” in which he is the “Lord of the great Dwelling-place,” that is, of the realm of Death. He is also most appropriately called the ” raging king,” the “furious one.”
In Christianity, Nergal later appears to take on the form of Simon Magus who is surnamed Saint Peter and Satan – the Father of the Galileans and King of Hell ie: The Modern World. This makes sense given the fact that the same Babylonian scribes who wrote about Nergal were the progenitors for the later Babylonian scribes of Rome.
The same family. The same story. Just the names have been babbled to create a confusion of tongues which was always the goal as they tell us in Genesis;
And the LORD said, “If they have begun to do this as one people speaking the same language, then nothing they devise will be beyond them. Come, let Us go down and confuse their language so that they will not understand one another’s speech.” So the LORD scattered them from there over the face of the whole earth, and they stopped building the city.…”
We find Nergal in the Gilgamesh Epic (q.v.) where he opens the earth and brings up the spirit of Eabanland is listed as a god of plague and war Glr-ra with fourteen demons to assist him on his mission. He sends the plague-demon called Namtar to announce his arrival to Allatu who is obliged to admit him. Nergal then drags her from her throne intent on killing her, but when she bursts into tears and offers to become his wife and to place “the tablets of wisdom” in his hands, he spares her.
By doing so, he becomes the God of Knowledge (Gnosis) and protector of the “tablets of wisdom” and his descendants of chaos as the protectors of the king.
A role we see played today by national security apparatuses of the Deep State of the world such as the CIA and NSA in the U.S. and FSB in Russia. As the Mother of the CIA, James Jesus Angleton once said, “Deception is a state of mind and the mind of the State.”
Nergal is also associated with the god of the chase with his symbol of the lion and is often shown as a chimera type figure being that of man-lion and what we call today the Sphinx. The Semitic name for Nergal was Arin or Erin, a word which signifies “lion” in Hebrew and Syriac.
His descendants, The Cush – AKA Sons of Seth, AKA Samarians, AKA Babylonians, AKA the Aryan or Arian race who we find the Aryans all over the world such as in the names of the Island of Erin in Ireland which is named after their Aryan founders and the Arii of Germany, of the Ases of Scandinavia, and of the Island of Erin (Ireland).
We also have the Lion of the Tribe of Judah and in Christianity refers to Jesus Christ, the Messiah. In Matthew 1:1–6 and Luke 3:31–34 of the New Testament, Jesus is described as a member of the tribe and Revelation 5:5 also mentions an apocalyptic vision of the Lion of the tribe of Judah.
I have discovered the man-lion of the Cutha in the traditions of Gnosticism with the Yaldabaoth and the Demiurge who are depicted as a lion-faced figure or serpent and also the Lion-headed Chnoubis, The same symbol of lion we can now find in their Gnostic descendants, the Freemasons.
Who we find have the ritual of “The Lion of the Tribe of Judah” and the famous Lion’s Paw which is the most important message of the Third Degree.
Let us not forget that the Masons are the masters of ORDO AB CHAO.
In the astral-theological system, Nergal is said to be associated with the planet Mars, while in the ecclesiastical art, we find his symbol of the great lion and on boundary-stone monuments surmounted by the head of a lion serving as guardians to the temples and palaces.
The Cutha tablet allegedly found at the library of Nineveh originally written for the great temple of Nergal at Cutha show Nergal the destroyer, who is represented as sending out the hosts of the ancient brood of chaos to their destruction.
The text also shows Nergal’s armies of chaos came into existence. The words are put into the mouth of Nergal and were written for his great temple at Cutha.
“On a tablet none wrote, none disclosed, and no bodies or brushwood were produced in the land; and there was none whom I approached.
Warriors with the body of a bird of the valley, men with the faces of ravens, did the great gods create.
In the ground did the gods create their city.
Tiamat (the dragon of chaos) suckled them. Their progeny (sasur) the mistress of the gods created.
In the midst of the mountains they grew up and became heroes and increased in number. Seven kings, brethren, appeared and begat children. Six thousand in number were their peoples. The god Banini their father was king; their mother was the queen Melili.”
Nergal is the Hero God of War and the Underworld – ie: Babylonia, Earth, Hell, Land of the Dead and what we can just call today – Modernity.
Nergal had presided over the affairs of humans as one of the agents of punishment with his main instruments being that of magick, war, and pestilence. He was also King of the Spirits of the Air who was almost always accompanied by his female consort Ereskigal and many warrior demons as his legions.
The God Nergal was said to be an Idol of the Samaritan Hebrews who we also know under the names of the Kush, Cuthah, Cuthites, Cushite, and Cutheans. Nergal is mentioned in 2 Kings xvii, and the Babylonian Talmudic treatise Sanhedrin (fol. 63, p. 2) which states that the men of Kuth made Nergal their god.
“And what was it? A cock.”
Based on these historical descriptions, we know that Nergal was said to be worshipped in the form of a Cock (Rooster), or a man with the head of a Cock. But he is also found depicted as a “Man-Lion” with the body of a man and head of a lion.
In one of the oldest depictions of Nergal, we also see the symbols like the horns on his head, scorpion, battle ax, Great Mother and the Hellhound Cerberus – the three-headed ‘Demon-Dog’.
The rites of the Scorpion are the Mysteries of the Apocalypse.
Here is an ancient relief carving of Nergal dating to approximately the first or second century AD.
The immortal Idols used to represent Nergal, the Cock (Rooster) and a man with a Lion’s Head are actually two of the most important symbols that you will find in all of history.
These same said symbols are also prominently symbolized in the Abrahamic religions of the exoteric world and also the esoteric being that of Ancient Gnosticism which gave rise to modern Freemasonry. For example, we have Yaldabaoth who in Nag Hammadi is described as the Chief Archon created by the Goddess Sophia in the “form of a lion-faced serpent, with its eyes were like lightning fires which flash.
Let me remind some of you Christians that our Lord was also symbolized as a Cock in the Scripture or I should say the “Holy Cock.” As I had written before, the English word cock or rooster in Latin is gallus or gallinaceous which refers to a “rooster or cockerel” (male chicken) and the term gallīna is used for a “hen” (female chicken).
This is why one of the surnames for Jesus was “Jesus the Galilean from Gallillee” and his Apostles like Simon was also surnamed “Peter the Galilean.”
Also, let us not forget the chief symbol for the Tribe of the Lord – Judah is the lion.
This is may be why Jesus is surnamed the Galilean (Cock/Rooster) from Gallillee (River Galli) and the Prince of the Apostles like Simon the Samaritan who was surnamed Peter was a Galilean as well. (Matthew 26:69; John 7:41)
WHO WAS THE GOD NERGAL
As I have mentioned many times before on the Gnostic Warrior, mythology and theology go hand and hand and wherever this priesthood of the Holy Cock had traveled, they often left their immortal marks for their descendants to break the Seal in order to follow the path to their true origins.
This may be why we find the God Nergal (Ner-gal, Nirgal, or Nirgali) in the Bible as the deity of the city of Cuth (Cuthah):
“And the men of Babylon made Succothbenoth, and the men of Cuth made Nergal, and the men of Hamath made Ashima”(2 Kings 17:30); is said to be the father of Kush (Kish) (1 Chronicles 8:33). 1 Samuel 14:51 should be read, “Kish, the father of Saul, and Ner, the father of Abner, were the sons of Abiel.” And hence this Kish and Ner were brothers, and Saul and Abner were first cousins (Comp. 1 Chronicles 9:36)
The chief seats of Nergal’s worship were said to be in the ancient cities of Cutha and Tarbissa. Cutha was the sacred city where he was said to “live,” and where in ancient times you could find his famous shrine. The “men of Cuth,” when transported as colonists to Samaria then became known Biblically by names such as the Babylonians, Samaritans and Levites.
In some historical Babylonian accounts, their main temple was said to be Mount Gerizim, opposite the Temple in Jerusalem, where they were said to worship a God called ‘Nergal.’ The Father of English History and Doctor of the Church, Saint Bede says that in the Book of Places we read that “Benoth and Nergal were cities built in the region of Judea by Samaritans” who had migrated from Babylon.
It interesting that Bede says that Nergal was a city built near the region of Judea because, in my own research and as I have mentioned many, many times in the past, I have discovered that the city for the Old Judea was on the ancient Holy Island of Crete at the foot of Mount Ida.
This is the same location where the ancient myths of the Great Cretan Mother who we know by names such as Cybele, Magna Mater and Rhea had entrusted a “special priesthood” with the care of the infant God – Zeus who was hidden in a cave on Mount Ida from his vengeful father Cronus. It was at Mount Ida -AKA Judah where she had placed him in the care of a priesthood known under various names such as the Curetes, Telchnines, Corybantes, Dactyls, and Cabiri.
This is why we find the Samaritan Levites at Mount Ida which would also most likely be the same place where the famous Levite priest lawgiver – Moses received the books of the Law from God on Mount Sinai. After all, it was on Crete where some of the most famous lawgivers in all history such as Epimenides Gnosis and King Minos had spawned so naturally, Moses would have also received the “New Laws” at Mount Ida on Crete.
We could safely say that the Samaritan Levites would be the defacto legal protectors placed in charge of our Lord in this 6th Age.
An age that may end when the last legal priesthoods for our Lord are instituted and ALL the pretenders are abolished and or destroyed.
All these ancient stories come down to us from the same Mount Ida priesthood whom I believe were the seeds for the Tribe we know as the “Samaritan Levites.” Like the Curetes, Telchnines, Corybantes, Dactyls, and Cabiri, this Ancient Priesthood for the Lord were assigned to guard and watch over the Ark of the Covenant.
Nergal (Nirgal, or Nirgali) and who is known as a Ner in the Scripture was the Ancient Patriarch and Father to this Tribe.
In the etymology of Nergal, we find that it is a compound word composed of the two words Ner and Gal. The meaning of Ner is a candle, lamp, and or light. Gal, as I mentioned before comes from the Latin gallus or gallinaceous which refers to a “rooster or cockerel” (male chicken) and the term gallīna is used for a “hen” (female chicken).
Ner-Gal was also the progeny (pro-geni) of who we know as our Lord in the West – Jesus the Galilean from the River Galilee and his 12 Apostlistic Galileans including Simon the Samaritan who we also know under the additional Biblical surnames as St. Peter – AKA The First Gnostic and when he became an Apostate of the Faith from which he was Christened, he then became Satan – The Lord’s Left Hand Man and Protector.
Almost all modern religions and old pagan mythologies believe in the concept of a God or multiple Gods and Goddesses. The international Masons have a prerequisite that to become a member of their fraternity, you must believe in God. (more…)
Venus is the resurrector for Jupiter who exits his tomb for the annual resurrection which we now celebrate as Easter. Today in the West, Christianity recognizes this through the allegorical biblical drama of the Savior Jesus who was resurrected on the third day after his death.
The Queen of Heaven of the eve-ning sky, Venus has abdicated her throne in heaven to the christened King Jupiter who has taken her place. This is the annual Spring event of the dance of the resurrector and the resurrectee.
Shortly after March 21, the planet Venus who once dominated the western evening sky just after sunset will be lost to solar glare. This is when the planet of love and fertility, Venus is hiding her eggs as she passes between the Earth and the sun to transition into the morning sky where the kids of the earth can now search for the hidden eggs.
To see the illuminating glory of the morning star, you will have to arise about an hour before sunrise and look to the eastern horizon.
Now, shortly after the sun goes down on April 7 until sometime in September, you will see the Blazing Star, the King Jupiter take her place in the evening sky.
An annual celebration of the ascension and alignment with earth of the planet that gives us consciousness, thought and our souls. The spiritual illumination on the as above that creates human eggs and makes us light bearers on the so below.
The Alpha and the Omega. The First and Last. The Father that makes the Son and the Holy Spirit – Jupiter.
Aum-on and Hallelujah to The Shining Light of Jupiter.
The Gnostic Goddess Ariadne was the daughter of the famous Law Giver and King of Crete, Minos and her Grandfather was the God Zeus. She was also known by the names of Gnosis, Gnosias, and CreUSA (U.S.A.) which all signify her hometown of Knossos, AKA the City of Gnosis on the ancient Holy Island of Crete in the Mediterranean Sea.
Ariadne was immortalized in the halls of Gnosis and Freemasonry for helping her lover, Theseus who was the mythical founder-king of Athens to conquer the Minotaur and deliver him out of the Labyrinth by the means of a Thread. For doing so, she was also known as the “Mistress of the Labyrinth“, As noted on the Linear B inscription from Knossos, “to all the gods, honey… to the mistress of the labyrinth honey.” (more…)
By Sir Godfrey Higgins – The festival of the twenty-fifth of December was celebrated by the Druids in Britain and Ireland with great fires lighted on the ‘tops of the hills. This festival was repeated on the twelfth day, or on what we call the Epiphany. In some parts, the fires are still continued. We have not now remaining any documents to inform us what amongst the British Druids was the object or name of this festival, but perhaps we may gather it from circumstances.
The order of Druids, I scarcely need observe, was as common in France as in the British isles. Christmas in France is called Noel; this word is, in fact, the Hebrew 0r Chaldee word nule. But if this be in the Chaldee dialect, the last letter may be emphatic, as it is in the word mlc-e, the kings. In this case, it may mean the parturition]; or, it may be simply the verb pariri, to bring forth. In Irish, Christmas Day is called Nolagh. (more…)
Many P. Hall had written in the Secret Teachings of All Ages – “The adoration of the sun was one of the earliest and most natural forms of religious expression. Complex modern theologies are merely involvements and amplifications of this simple aboriginal belief. The primitive mind, recognizing the beneficent power of the solar orb, adored it as the proxy of the Supreme Deity.
Concerning the origin of sun worship, Albert Pike makes the following concise statement in his Morals and Dogma: “To them [aboriginal peoples] he [the sun] was the innate fire of bodies, the fire of Nature. Author of Life, heat, and ignition, he was to them the efficient cause of all generation, for without him there was no movement, no existence, no form. He was to them immense, indivisible, imperishable, and everywhere present. (more…)
The ancient Egyptians were master alchemists, scientists and gnostics. Their whole religion was based on these three heavenly human practices that they used to not only stay healthy and live as long as possible, but also to obtain true gnosis so that they could evolve their souls.
This my brothers and sisters is the basis of human evolution.
They knew the secret hidden powers of the body, blood and brain. This was the seat of their power that they used to grow such a vast empire in which they ruled for thousands of years.
The rule of the first true ancient gnostic Egyptians. (more…)