C.S. Lewis on Gnostic Dualism and Christianity

The following words are from British author and philosopher, C.S. Lewis (Clive Staples Lewis). Like me, Lewis was baptized into the faith as a young child but later fell away from the Church in his adolescence and young adult years to become an atheist (agnostic).

At age seventeen, Lewis wrote to longtime friend Arthur Greeves, "I believe in no religion. There is absolutely no proof for any of them, and from a philosophical standpoint Christianity is not even the best." (more…)

Albert Pike Explains the Square of the Freemasonic Gnostics

33rd Degree Scottish Rite Freemasonic philosopher, Albert Pike had written about the meaning of the square base of the Great Egyptian Pyramid, "The Gnostics writes claimed that the whole edifice of their science rested on a square whose angles were: Σιγη, Silence; Βυθος, Profundity; Νους, Intelligence; and Αληθεια Truth." (See Morals and Dogma)

 

 

 

 

One of the ultimate goals of Gnosticism

"One of the ultimate goals of Gnosticism is to understand who we are by knowing whence we came. The Gnostic journey we take is one that takes us back to who we were so we can move forward to who we will become. We know ourselves from the past."

A Gnostic is a master at deconstructing the words that make up the very fabrication of the Matrix

"A Gnostic is a master at deconstructing the words that make up the very fabrication (invention, concoction, falsification, lie, untruth, fairy story/tale, cock-and-bull story; white lie, half-truth, exaggeration) of the Matrix (womb of the Great Mater/Mother - darkness) in which we live.

To truly see the light of the truth of the world, we must realize (use real eyes) that our inner Lucifer (fire, phosphorus, spirit) must rise like the serpent (kundalini, central nervous system) on the Tree of Life (DNA) using the logos (reason) to reach Golgatha (place of the skull) in order to become illuminated saviors (messiahs, Christs) of ourselves."

Ego = Outer perception, not intuition

"Ego = Outer perception, not intuition. Endeavors to keep you anxious, worrying, fearful — weakens mental/intuitive resolve. Always wants to be in charge, twists logic and second guesses to induce uncertainty and fear. Goal is to weaken the individual and courage of convictions and induce a mental state of fear and insecurity.

Weakens the will and make susceptible to instant gratification. Institutions are created in the likeness of the ego, are to a degree an extension of the ego. Signs that your ego is driving the bus: feeling insecure, controlling, judgmental, tired, self-conscious, conventional." - By Michael Jaco, 24 Year Navy SEAL

Jupiter drives his chariot swiftly in the heavens

Plato had said, "that when the great leader Jupiter drives his chariot swiftly in the heavens, he marches first, as disposing and taking care of all things, a vast host of gods and demons then follow, distributed into twelve parties, but that Vesta alone remains in the mansion of the gods."

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