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In the Golden Age mankind knew the Secret of the Mystery of Life.

Ancient mankind lived a blessed life in symbiotic communion with Nature until a terrible communal wrong occurred and Lumière Infinie withdrew.

2,000 years ago a wide ranging Pagan Gnostic mystery tradition flourished among all the cosmopolitan cultures of the ancient world which had been trading, conquering and synthesizing each other for centuries.

597 BC   Records suggest a large number of Judeans took refuge in Egypt after the destruction of the Kingdom of Judah.

These Judeans founded the community of Alexandrian Hebrews which eventually produced the Septuagint and, later, the Alexandrian Talmud.

This transformed entire Mediterranean region into essentially one Hellenized culture.

480 When Pythagoras turned eighteen there arose the tyranny of Polycrates.

Pythagoras foresaw that under such governance his studies might be impeded.

Pythagoras travels the world learning the divine philosophies of the ancient world first from Orphic followers and the mysteries of Eleusis, Imbrus, Samothracia, Delos; then from Eygptian priests; the Chaldeans and the Magi; and finally Celtic and Iberian.

Pythagorian divine philosophical writings begin to circulate.

Pythagoras insists that all writings on marvels remain intact but that they should be carefully compared to Pythagorian harmonics for accuracy.

It was generally acknowledged about Pythagoras that "a golden beard had fallen from a statue" as the combination of stories - such as speaking in two places remote from each other on the same day - could not have happened with any mere mortal man.

Heraclitus of Ephesus, mocked Pythagoras as a clever charlatan, remarking that "Pythagoras, son of Mnesarchus, practiced inquiry more than any other man, and selecting from these writings he manufactured a wisdom."

Pythagoras taught there is no contradiction as Nature is harmonic.

Pythagorians taught there were three states of mind: exartysis or readiness, synarmorge or fitness and epaphe or contact which transmigrated souls to contrary pasions through application of musical intonation.

Pythagoric discipline tested the novice.

Divinity prepares the soul of the novice which must be ready to receive.

Echemuthein is technical term for whether a novice could reserve and preserve what they had heard and learned.

Modesty required they should listen rather than speak.

Five years of silent listening for probationers won the right to be taught the esoteric doctrine which pulled back the veil to reveal Pythagoras fully.

Immoderate desire or passion, contentiousness and ambition, inclination to friendship or discord, is by no means superficial.

Approved novices of worthy manners with the ability to follow what was said rapidly with perspicuity were admitted to discipleship which endeavored to elevate them to an accurate scientific knowledgable understanding of reality.

They took solitary morning walks to places to temples or groves.

They thought it inadvisable to converse with any one until they had gained inner serenity, focusing their reasoning powers.

They considered it turbulent to mingle in a crowd as soon as they rose from bed, and why Pythagoreans always elected the most sacred spots to walk.

After their morning walk they associated with each other in temples.

After the walk they patronized the bath and afterward gathered in a common dining room with no more than ten at the table.

Then were performed libations and sacrifices, with fumigations and incense.

Then followed supper, which closed before the setting of the sun.

They ate herbs, raw and boiled, maize, wine, and every food eaten with bread.

Supper was followed by libations, succeeded by readings with the youngest reading what the eldest advised.

When they were about to depart, the cupbearer poured out a libation for them, after which the eldest would announce precepts, like the following: a mild and fruitful plant should not be injured, nor should any harmless animal.

It is further enjoined we should speak piously, forming suitable conceptions of divine, tutelary and heroic beings, and similarly, of parents and benefactors.
Pythagoras considered the separation of parents from their children to be the greatest evil.

Parents should deliberatly attempt to win the love of their children by showing genuine affection to their offspring.


There can be no science of non-existent things.

Celebrate the deities in hymns to the gods.

Six is a sacred number; you have to figure out why for yourself.

Appear in public clean wearing clean white cotton linen.

On festal day hair shall not be trimmed nor nails pared.

It is much more holy to be injured by a man than to kill a man.

Everything occurs through divine providence.

Libations should be made thrice as Apollo delivered oracles from a tripod.

Do not sacrifce animals as the gods prefer millet, cakes and honeycombs.

Birth not in a Temple as this is not the place to bind the soul to the body.

Temples should be entered from the right hand and exited from the left, as the right is oddly divine while the left is evenly the symbol of dissolution.

Pythagoras was known for the miracles he performed: infallible prediction of earthquakes, rapid expulsion of pestilence, instantaneous cessation of hail, tranquilization of rivers or seas so followers might pass safely.

The Pythagorian goal is to become aware of the transcendent harmony in the natural order.

331   Alexander III of Macedonia conquers Egypt.

Oracle of Siwa Oasis in the Libyan desert pronounces him Son of Aten.

304   Ptolemy I Soter assigns the Alexandrian Hebrews two of five districts of the city to enable them to keep their laws pure of cult influences.

The Alexandrian Hebrews - the Pharisees - enjoy political independence.

Hebrew mystics synthesize Hebrew and Hellenistic mythology in Alexandria.

Two Hebrew sections of Alexandria developed radically different mythology.

The two schools of thought synthesized different cultural myths.

Hasmoeneon Dynasty Sadducees adopt cosmopolitan Hellenistic worldviews.

The Pharisee (Pharaoh Seed) cling to pre-Maccabean Hebrew values.


The meaning of the term 'Gnosis' has evolved over time.

Gnosis is simply knowing reality for what reality truly is.

All Gnostic Mystery traditions have common metaphysical themes.

That which stands in common among the Gnostic Mystery traditions:

Gnosis is the Way to the Redemption of the Eternal Soul.

A Gnostic has observed aspects of reality that others have not bothered to.

A Gnostic has peeled away enough hyperreal cultural overlays to see.

The single most important element of Gnostic Mystery philosophy is not to accept anything as real except that of which there is absolute certainty.

In contrast agnostics cling to preconceived notions and subscribe to fanciful ideologies whuch are used as filters through which reality is distorted.



order versus chaos


The Essenes, a Hebrew gnostic mystery cult, collects the Dead Sea Scrolls while inhabiting the settlement at Qumran and recording local events

After the Hebrews were dislocated to Babylon, the notion of a Savior arose.

This foreshadowed the rise, the fall and the rebirth of the Zaddikim.

Zaddikim myth states all intellectual advances came from the Hebrews through the Babylonian Talmud sharing the knowledge of Moshe Rabbenu.

Alexanderian mythweavers synthesized the religious/mythological history of Egypt, Ugarit and Babylon as Akhenaten did earlier in Eygpt, Hamurabbi had done recently in the Levant and Constantine did later in Rome.

In combining Gnostic Mysteries with Hebrew allegory by using narrative style of Herodotus the Alexandrian Hebrews may not have recognized the depth of the ponerological elements introduced into Hebrew tradition.

"Christian Gnosticism is simply a secondary version of the older Gnosticism which attached itself to the emergent Christian sect and appropriated for itself the image of Jesus Christ." - Birger Pearson

Philo of Alexandria, known as "the Pythagorean," described the Essenes and the Therapeutae as two branches of a single school of mystery philosophy.

The Hebrew historian, Josephus, suggests the Essenes were Pythagoreans.

Honoring Moshe Rabbenu they also followed the Pagan philosopher, Pythagoras whose disciples set up Serapheum throughout the World.

Philo used the allegory of Stoic philosophy and Hebrew exegesis in an attempt to fuse and harmonize Greek philosophy with Hebrew philosophy.

"Having mentioned the Essenes, selected for their admiration and adoption of a practical course of life, I will now proceed, in the regular order of my subject, to speak of those who have embraced the speculative life.

I will say what appears to me to be desirable and not draw any fictitious statements from my own head for the sake of improving appearances.

The greatest simplicity is found in adhering strictly to the truth itself.

I know well even the most eloquent men are careless in speaking.

Nevertheless we must make the endeavour and labor to attain to this virtue.

The greatness of this virtue in men is silenced by those who think it correct to suppress anything creditable outside customarily spoken tradition." - Philo of Alexandria, On the Contemplative Life of Supplicants

Philo came from a family with social connections to the priesthood in Judah, the Hasmonean, Herodian and the Julio-Claudian dynasties.

115 AD The Hebrew community of Alexandria is "extinguished" by Trajan's army during a revolt.





Within a fanatic sect a ponerological school of thought began to form.

The Zaddikim synthesized Hebrew tradition with Hellenism and Gnostic Mystery mythology to produce a distinctive variation on ancient thought forms using a ponerolgical approach with the intent of enslaving humanity.

Those familiar with ponerology recognize the work of social engineers.

Elements present in Alexanderian Hebrew "historical scripture" included:

- ponerological aspects of Hellenized state religion of the Egyptians;

- emotion inspiring psychological tactics of the Gnostic Mystery traditions;

- a psychopathic manner of rewriting history after the model of Herodotus.

Saul of Tarsus overlays the Gnostic Mystery of Christ with the Sadducee thought system and the result comes to be known as Pauline Christianity.

Saul of Tarsus chose a recently executed Tannaim, Defiant Jesus.

The Hellenized Hebrew Saul of Tarsus synthesizes:

the works of Plato (Timaeus);

the Hebrew scriptures of the Pharisees;

the Tzaddik myths of Sadducees of the Hasmonian dynasty;

wide spread mystery schools myth of a Dying and Resurrecting Chrestus.





284 AD   Emperor Diocletian declares himself Jupiter Optimus Maximus Soter, the Father of Rome.

This is the first State religion of Imperial Rome.

312   Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus Augustus wins the decisive battle and declares himself a follower of Christian Mystery of Christ.

This morphs into the Jesus narratives under Roman Emperor Constantine.

313   Freedom of Religion rescripting Edict issued.

325   Hosius of Córdoba for a Synod to take place in Nicaea.

Hosius of Córdoba, also known as Osius or Ossius, is a prominent advocate for Homoousion (Gnostic) Christianity in the Arian controversy.

Two opposing theological factions wrestle for control from before the Council of Nicaea in 325 until after Council of Constantinople in 381.

The most important of these controversies concerned the substantial relationship between God the Father and God as the Son.





"Three hundred years after Jesus' crucifixion, there was a major theological fight that lasted for fifty plus years over whether Jesus was God.

The chief combatants were Arius, a priest at the Church of Baucalis in Alexandria, Egypt and Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria.

Other players in this theological drama include Constantine, the first Christian emperor of the Roman Empire, plus numerous bishops including Hosius of Cordova, Eusebius of Caesarea and Eusebius of Nicomedia.

At this point in church history, all the bishops were considered equal, but Athanasius was called "Papa" – or Pope – in other words, he was THE most influential bishop, especially among the other eastern bishops." - Ed Taylor

Hosius of Cordova guided the content of public utterances.

Hosius was chosen to investigate the charges against Arius.

Arius questioned the sermon in which Alexander said that "the Son is equal with the Father, and of the same substance with God who begat him."

Arius accused Alexander of Sabellianism, a heresy asserting that God and Jesus were aspects of the same undivided reality.

The merging of Father and Son implies the Son is not really human.

Alexander and his chief deacon assistant, Athanasius, argued that Christ was not of a like substance to God, but the same substance.

The Arians position was if Jesus is God, how can he be virtuous if he did not have the power to choose between good and evil?

The Good News of the Gospels, according to Arius, is that all of us are potentially God's sons and daughters.


364 to 375

Gnostic Christian Emperor Valentinian the Great rules from Milan.

395   Roman citizens are being forcefully shown it is necessary to pretend to believe whatever Roman Catholic Emperor Theodosius I declares true.

Imperial Roman Catholic intolerance of other belief systems is crucial to its own success and necessary in the eyes of Pope Damasus I.




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