by Jan Erik Sigdell
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on September 23, 2019
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The creation

This study relates to a major part to texts of the Gnostic Christians, of which most were found in Nag Hammadi in Egypt in 1945, but also to various other texts of which most are ancient.


The word "Gnostic" must not be understood as relating to other philosophies and religions that are not originally christian, an "understanding" that is sometimes abused to discredit the Gnostic Christianity by the enemies of truth.

The universe as it is now is a multiverse in the sense that that it has several more dimensions than the three which are the only ones that we can perceive.


The highest dimension is pure light energy and then creations proceeded downwards from that, producing lower levels or dividing an original light in sections.


The creator will be above all and hence he is the highest dimension and he is the light and creates out of his own light since there was no other light at the beginning.

Gnostic texts describe the Creator as,

"It is he who exists as God and Father of everything, the invisible One who is above everything, who exists as incorruption, which is in the pure light into which no eye can look." …


"He is unsearchable, since there exists no one prior to him to examine him. He is immeasurable, since there was no one prior to him to measure him. He is invisible, since no one saw him. He is eternal, since he exists eternally. He is ineffable, since no one was able to comprehend him to speak about him. He is unnamable, since there is no one prior to him to give him a name." …


"He is immeasurable light, which is pure, holy (and) immaculate."

He is the first and eternal entity, the Highest God (El Elyon,) who is light and the light is he.


He saw himself everywhere as light around since he was the light himself. He then wanted to differentiate the light that he was and is, and so that it would have forms, structures and functions.


He did not do anything else but wanting that to happen, and thus it did happen. It was the manifestation of an original thought (protennoia).


Out of this wish and thought emanated Barbelo (Βαρβηλώ), his creative power, to give "birth" to creation, wherefore she is considered to be female by the Gnostics Christians.


The first created entity was Autogenes, the one who through Barbelo and the creator's wish came to be out of himself, the one who we call Christ.


Thus the original triad or trinity formed:

the trimorphic protennoia.

From a Gnostic text about Barbelo:

"And his thought performed a deed and she came forth, namely she who had appeared before him in the shine of his light.


This is the first power which was before all of them (and) which came forth from his mind, She is the forethought (pronoia) of the All - her light shines like his light - the perfect power which is the image of the invisible, virginal Spirit who is perfect.


The first power, the glory of Barbelo, the perfect glory in the aeons, the glory of the revelation, she glorified the virginal Spirit and it was she who praised him, because thanks to him she had come forth."

The Apocryphon of John

In this process, the light condensed in many ways out of thought forms, like waves and patterns and condensations of light compartmentalized and individualized as entities that came to be called angels, especially a number of archangels and then "lesser" angels group-wise associated with them.

Aeons unfolded, a series of levels (or maybe layers) of existence (hypostases) that may be com- pared to dimensions of the multidimensional universe in a more physical sense.


On a primary level is Sophia (wisdom, female), who felt a desire to understand all the creation and her somehow individualized desire manifested in a lower aeon as Achamoth (Ἀχαμώθ, Sophia Achamoth, Hebrew: chokhmah).


This desire then manifested such that it came out of her and thus actually and un- intentionally was created as an entity, without consent by her consort.


This entity had the face of a lion and the body of a serpent and she gave him the name Yaldabaoth (or Yaltabaoth, probably from Aramaic yaldā' bāhūṯ, "Son of Chaos"). She was startled when she saw this appearance and hid him in a cloud, realizing that she had made a mistake and feeling shame, from where he then escaped into darker regions.

What is chaos?


The word is often wrongly associated with a disorder, but the original meaning is total emptiness, tohu wa-bohu where there is nothing (yet) and hence space for creation and manifestation of something and anything, from χάος (kháos, "vast chasm, void").



Yaldabaoth becomes Yahweh

In the dark regions he established himself in a realm that he occupied for himself and in which he made his own but secondary creations. He now called himself Yahweh and claimed to be the one and only god...


In the common translation of Ex 20:2-3 and Deut 5:6-7:

"I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. Thou shalt have no other gods before me."

The literal translation of these two passages is, however:

"I am Yahweh, your Elohim, who led you out of the land Egypt and out of the house of servants. There will come no other Elohim to you in my place."

The word elohim is the plural of el or eloah = god.


What did Yahweh mean by this - that he would be,

"the one of the 'Elohim' (hence one of the created gods), who will now be god to you only, and do not expect another of them"?

He in any case does not contradict that there could be others and rater speaks in the sense of a non-competition clause…


The Bible itself indicates in its very beginning that there may also be other "gods."



The first sentence in the Bible

The Hebrew text in Gen 1:1 reads as follows:

Bere'shit bara' 'elohim et ha-shamayim ve'et ha'aretz, usually translated as:

"In the beginning God created the heaven and the Earth."

However you twist and turn it, it remains a fact that that 'elohim is the plural of 'el or 'eloah = "god."


It has therefore been suggested that it could be understood as "…the gods created…" but this does not fit grammatically, because the verb bara' (created) has the singular form.


Theologians then sweep this under the carpet and declare it to be pluralis maiestatis. This grammatical form does exist in Hebrew, but there is another solution to the problem that is probably overlooked on purpose.

The conventional and dogmatically approved translation of bere'shit is based on the translation of be as "in" or "at" and re'shit as "beginning."


According to dictionaries, re'shit can alternatively mean "the first of its kind", and be can refer to the origin.


Thus the word bere'shit can also be seen as a somewhat tautological expression meaning "the original first" or "the very first" or "the primordial (Creator)."


Then the following fits grammatically:

The First One created the gods, the heavens, and the Earth, or, a bit more freely.

The primordial Creator created the gods, the cosmic worlds, and the Earth.

Furthermore, very few translations have "the heavens," keeping the plural of the original text.


But the Hebrew word shamayim, "heaven", also has the plural form and can meaningfully be under- stood as "cosmic worlds."


Who, then, are the created gods?


In our context, obviously the inhabitants of other cosmic worlds - planets and other dimensional realms - that is, extraterrestrial life in general, also other gods out there and interdimensional entities.

Where are the darker regions? Some texts mention the "outer darkness" (tartaros τάρταρος) as a region far away from the divine light.


But was not the original light of El Elyon everywhere?


In the Hebrew Kabbalah 1 there is a remarkable explanation by the great Rabbi Isaac Luria (Yitzhak Lurya) that,

"God began the process of creation by 'contracting' his (infinite) light in order to allow for a 'conceptual space', in which finite and seemingly independent realms could exist.


This primordial initial contraction, forming a ḥālāl happānuy 'vacant space' into which new creative light could beam, is denoted by general reference to the [concept of] tzimtzum."

(here quoted from Wikipedia.)

1 - Some readers may consider the Kabbalah as something rather negative and associate it with magic. It is true that kab- balistic principles and demonology are abused in certain forms of magic and associated rituals, but there is also much knowledge and wisdom in the Kabbalah and we need to separate the chaff from the wheat.



Outside this primarily empty space will be a dark region, the further away the darker, which became subdivided in more or less dim or dark regions.

"Their progressive diminutions of the Divine Ohr (Light) from realm to realm in creation are also referred to in the plural as secondary tzimtzumim (innumerable "condensations/veilings/constrictions" of the lifeforce)."

Interestingly, there are certain similarities in the description of creation in the Indian philosophy Sāṃkhya where, according to the ancient philosopher Kapila the universe came to be out of the will of the creator (Brahmā).


In it, various elements are in a balance (equilibrium) that can be disturbed by various factors and therefore disordered, where after it has to find a balanced state anew.


This repeats and thus new levels arise in the universe as elements reorder to balance.



Angels and Satan

Within this, various entities appeared in the light.


In medieval angelology, (common) angels constituted the lowest of the nine celestial orders, the hierarchy of angels (seraphim, cherubim, thrones, dominations or dominions, virtues, powers, principalities or princedoms, archangels, and [actual] angels).


One of the archangels was Satanael (Satanel, Satanail), by many considered to be the first archangel. He was self-admiringly narcissistic and thought up the impossible idea that he might place his throne higher in the clouds which are above the earth, and that he might become equal to the power of the creator God.


Because of this arrogance he was cast out of the light, together with a third (common interpretation of Rev 12:4) of the angels (presumably those that were under his leadership as he still was an archangel).

Cf. Isaiah 14:13-14:

"For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High."

And Hesekiel 28:15-17 tells us:

"Thou art the anointed cherub that covereth; and I have set thee so: thou wast upon the holy mountain of God; thou hast walked up and down in the midst of the stones of fire.


Thou wast perfect in thy ways from the day that thou wast created, till iniquity was found in thee.


By the multitude of thy merchandise they have filled the midst of thee with violence, and thou hast sinned: therefore I will cast thee as profane out of the mountain of God: and I will destroy thee, O covering cherub, from the midst of the stones of fire.


Thine heart was lifted up because of thy beauty, thou hast corrupted thy wisdom by reason of thy brightness: I will cast thee to the ground, I will lay thee before kings, that they may behold thee."

Archangels have their specific tasks.


What could Satanael's task have been before he was cast out?

Satan means "adversary", "opposer" in Hebrew and that is what he became after he had to leave, but has he - in some positive sense - had a corresponding function even when he was in the light?


He may have been some kind of administrator who developed his own philosophy about how things should be administered. Actually the Sumerian word satam means "administrator."


A basic principle of the highest creator El Elyon is empathy, love and harmony.


However Satanael apparently saw an alternative principle as being somehow more "effective" for rule and management, being selfish competition, where "needed" by means of strength, brute force and totalitarianism, irrespective of individual wishes and desires of others.


A rule of the stronger overpowering the weak (a bit analogous to Darwin's "survival of the fittest").



A speculation about Satan himself

How was he thrown out?


He as Yaldabaoth first became a kind of "miscarriage" of Sophia Achamoth and then escaped into the darker regions, where he established himself as Yahweh.


From this expulsion, he might have an inferiority complex and he in a darker region established his own enclave as a vengeful compensation, where he wants to be the only god and separate himself as well as his own "creations" from the true Creator God.


Thus Satanael became merely Satan (without "el" = divine). Some texts state that Satanael is the elder of two sons of God and the other is Christ.


Bogomilism, a Gnostic dualistic sect that flourished in Europe in the 10th through 15th centuries, regarded Satanael as such.


According to them, Satanael existed before Christ and was created good, along with all the other angels. He was held in the highest esteem and sat at the right hand of God as his steward. Soon, however, he grew dissatisfied with his situation and rebelled.


He persuaded other angels to join him, promising them freedom from boring liturgical duties. God reacted by casting them all out of heaven.


Satanael wandered in the void and then decided to make a new world for himself - a second heaven over which he could become like a second God. The universe became this second heaven (Occult World).


Yet I more trust the creation as described by the original Gnostic Christians (Bogomilism was a later branch) about Autogenes being the first created entity.

Some texts like The Book of Adam (and the Qur'an) suggest that Satan was cast out because he did not bow down to Adam. This is inconsistent since before the fall there was no Adam! He was created by Yahweh, the fallen Satan…

Interrogatio Johannis (a Cathar text) states that Satan is permitted to reign seven "days", that is, seven "ages" - whatever that means...

From the Book 2Enoch (or Slavonic Enoch): 29.1 3-4,

"And one from out the order of angels, having turned away with the order that was under him, conceived an impossible thought, to place his throne higher than the clouds above the earth, that he might become equal in rank to my power. And I threw him out from the height with his angels, and he was flying in the air continuously above the bottomless."

Also 31.1 4:

"The devil is the evil spirit of the lower places, as a fugitive he made Sotona [Church Slavonic for Satan] from the heavens as his name was Satanail (Satan), thus he became different from the angels, (but his nature) did not change (his) intelligence as far as (his) understanding of righteous and sinful (things) fulfilling his word."

(The Book of the Secrets of Enoch = Slavonic Enoch or 2 Enoch)



Enuma Elish

We may compare this with the Sumerian creation story Enuma Elish, where it is described how a first group of created entities in the light world of the original creation turned their backs to the creator god and declared him to be dead.


However, one cannot kill the creator without annihilating one's own existence.


What really happened will be that they settled in a separate region where they wanted nothing to do with the creator but declared him "dead" - "deicide" - to live on as if he did not exist. We may also compare with the Gnostic-Christian creation story where Yaldabaoth, a relatively godless entity, came to be by "mistake" and then had escaped from the original light world.


He then settled in a darker region, where he called himself Yahweh and wanted nothing to do with the real creator but instead made believe ("original lie") that he would be the creator himself, to live as if the real creator would not exist. It is interesting in this respect that according to research in the history of religion in a view of cultural history Yahweh is a storm and war god from Sinai.


Enlil, one of the created entities according to Enuma Elish, is also regarded as a "storm and war god"!

There are so many parallels between the Mesopotamian literature on clay tablets and the Old Testament that many ethnologists and linguists today regard the latter as originating from the former.

In view of the exceedingly cruel blood-thirst exposed on the pages of the Old Testament that fanatic adherents to the Bible will rather not read, it would be justified as a hypothesis to regard evil as something that Satan/Enlil/Yaldabaoth brought into the dim region in which we happen to live and there established himself as Yahweh…



Down-stepping the creation

In the staircase of levels of creation we now come down to an important landing, the world of Yahweh. An alternative name is Yehovah.


In English texts, the names Jahweh or Jehova are occasionally also used, even though this is the German transliteration of ה ו ה י (in which the J is the German J that is pronounced Y).


Since originally the Hebrew texts left the vocalization (punctuation) out - probably because the name should not be pronounced - various attempts to vocalize it have been made.


Yahweh is the suggestion of Gesenius and the more common form today. Yehovah is another approach, adapting vowels from "Adonai" (ādônay= "lord", used to avoid pronunciation of "the four letters").

Yaldabaoth/Yahweh stole energy from his mother Sophia. Yet he still was weak but pushful and greedy for power. He let 12 entities come to be in a secondary creation, the archons, to rule in the lower regions that he had appropriated, and he "created" 365 (dark) angels to assist him.


In his arrogance he boosted,

"I am god, and there is no other god!"

Because of that he was called Samael, the blind one, since he did not want to see the truth. He was also called Saklas, the fool. Matter formed in his realm.

We know what the Bible then tells about the creation of man.


More interesting is what the apocryphal texts like the ones of the Gnostic Christians tell us, but this would be a bit of a deviation from the subject here, which is to investigate the origin of evil. It may suffice to point out what is probably not clear to Christians in general: the two-fold creation of humans.


First we have Gen 1:26-29:

"And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness… So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth..."

The word that is here translated as "God" is, again, elohim.


As we have seen, it really means "gods", that is a group of entities created by the highest God El Elyon. They were the entities that in their image created man and woman in equal value.


Then we have a second story in Gen 2:7:

"And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man be- came a living soul."

A man that was to be like a gardener in Yahweh's personal garden. He forbade him to eat of the "tree of knowledge." In the Hebrew text it is called 'etz ha-da'at, meaning "tree of wisdom."


It has nothing to do with sexuality, but with seeking to know more than you should, in the sense of "do what you are told and do not ask questions."


Twisting this to be about "knowledge" even in the sense of sex is out of wishful thinking of the ruling patriarchs who wanted to have the joy sex for themselves but not for the people and thus they used this as a means for control.



this prohibition was given to Adam before Eve was created and sex was not an issue, anyway. It also contradicts Gen 1:28: "…be fruitful, and multiply…" and it explains how the children of Adam and Eve could marry!

Obviously there were humans on the Earth already at that time, resulting from the first creation in Gen 1:26-29… I have analyzed this in detail elsewhere.

On this platform in the staircase of evil we now face the abominable character of Yahweh.


He through Moses led the Hebrews to the "Promised Land." When they after walking many years through Sinai reached this land, they to their disappointment saw that it was not free. People lived there in towns.


Therefore Yahweh ordered that they should without exception all be killed, not sparing a child, a woman nor an old man, so that they would live in,

"great and goodly cities, which thou buildedst not, and houses full of all good things, which thou filledst not, and wells digged, which thou diggedst not, vineyards and olive trees, which thou plantedst not; when thou shalt have eaten and be full".

(Deut 6:10-11)

Thus a veritable holocaust took place in which one town after the other was attacked and the killing hordes "left none remaining" as is vividly told on the blood pages of Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges and other books in the Bible.


After this complete genocide, they finally had stolen the land from its original inhabitants to have it for themselves.


Is that a loving and peaceful god like the one that Jesus called "Father"? Of course not!



Yahweh's abominable cruelty

Yahweh demonstrated his cruelty already during the wandering through Sinai.


One example:

in Num 16:35-49 is told that Yahweh killed 250 men as a punishment for offering incense. The people then protested and were punished for doing so in that Yahweh had 14700 of them die from a plague.

In Num 31:14-18 we read:

"And Moses was wroth with the officers of the host, with the captains… which came from the battle. And Moses said unto them, have ye saved all the women alive?… Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him."

"But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves."

In Num 31:35 it is also reported that they brought 32000 virgin girls as booty from a raid but everyone else was killed.

Why should all these girls be kept alive?


Doubtlessly for sexual services…

A few more examples:

Deut 2:34-35: "And we took all his cities at that time, and utterly destroyed [killed] the men, and the women, and the little ones, of every city, we left none to remain [survive]. Only the cattle we took for a prey unto ourselves, and the spoil of the cities which we took." (Clarifications added in square brackets.)


Hosea 13:16: "Samaria shall become desolate; for she hath rebelled against her God: they shall fall by the sword: their infants shall be dashed in pieces, and their women with child shall be ripped up."

In the Psalms we read:

"I have wounded them that they were not able to rise: they are fallen under my feet." (18:38)


"Thou shalt make them as a fiery oven in the time of thine anger: the Lord shall swallow them up in his wrath, and the fire shall devour them. Their fruit [children] shalt thou destroy from the earth, and their seed from among the children of men. For they intended evil against thee: they imagined a mischievous device, which they are not able to perform. Therefore shalt thou make them turn their back [flee], when thou shalt make ready thine arrows upon thy strings against the face of them." (21:9-12)


"Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones." (137:9)

These are mere examples of abominations in the Bible.


There is such a high number of passages of this kind that one could write a book about this alone. The highly learned German scholar Karlheinz Deschner wrote about it in his Kriminalgeschichte des Christentums Band 1 ("Criminal History of Christianity" Vol. 1).


A book especially worth reading is Jehovah Unmasked! by Nathaniel Merritt.

Merritt writes:

"Human beings are victims of a race of elohim/Archons, or 'gods' that fashioned this material universe, and humankind, out of dead defiled pre-existent matter. 'In the beginning the gods created the heavens and the earth' (Genesis 1:1), and humans remain their possession to this day.


To maintain control over humans, and to make sure Earth continues as our dungeon, the elohim have made this Earth a continual source of endless squabbles amongst humankind.


They have created and fostered religious and spiritual delusions to keep us blinded to reality and fighting and warring with each other, and they have made Earth into a place of relentless pointless physical and mental suffering and struggle.


This sorry state of affairs has existed from the beginning, lost in the mists of prehistory."

Is it not obvious that Yahweh, who ruled over the people in that land and today wants to rule over the entire world - also through Churches that have adopted him as their "god" - in this manner disqualifies himself?


When he says "Thou shalt have no other gods before me" (Ex 20:3), does it mean that there are no other gods, or is it a non-competition clause:

There are other gods, but I shall be your only god and you shall have nothing to do with the others?

The land Canaan was an essential part of the "Promised Land" and was populated by people, who from Mesopotamian sources knew important truths.


That has been clarified by research into the history of religions and excavation findings that uncovered many inscriptions.


Even though Enlil/Yahweh was connected with these sources, he wanted this truth to remain secret so that he could pose himself as a "primordial god."


That may be a reason why the Hebrews should in his ser- vice eliminate the people in the land to which they had been led.

In fact, the Hebrews had long before that been led to the land Canaan from the town Ur in Sumer/Chaldea (Gen 11:28-31, cf. Gen 15:7), where they obviously will have preserved Mesopotamian knowledge.


Many of them were later led to Egypt because of a famine (Gen 12:10).


There they were treated as second-class people and Yahweh used their misery to much later lead them back to Canaan to "save them", even though they there killed descendents of their own ancestors that were their relatives.

Did he stage the whole thing so that he in this manner could eradicate ancient knowledge as a "mass-brainwashing"?


A kind of ethnic cleansing?

Concerning Jesus, Yahweh had him killed because he taught things humans should not know.


In The Gospel of Truth (a Gnostic text), where Yahweh is called error (since his "birth" as "Yaldabaoth" was considered a mistake), is written:

"That is the gospel of him whom they seek, which he has revealed to the perfect through the mercies of the Father as the hidden mystery, Jesus the Christ.


Through him he enlightened those who were in darkness because of forgetfulness. He enlightened them and gave them a path. And that path is the truth which he taught them.


For this reason error was angry with him, so it persecuted him. It was distressed by him, so it made him powerless. He was nailed to a cross."



The vampire Yahweh is a blood junkie

The Old Testament is full of horrible stories of mass killings and bloodshed.


Cf. websites like "Cruelty and Violence in the Bible" and "Proof that Yahweh is Satan." How can it be that he is such a blood addict? Let us have a look at the flow of life energy in the creation!


It is obvious that,

  1. light is life and life is light

  2. all forms of life need feeding with light to exist and persist

The life-giving light is the light of the true creator and even Yahweh depends on that for his existence.


Yet he wants complete separation from that light and has tried in vain with some kind of lower- dimensional luciferian light.


Therefore, he feeds on us and other biological life forms in the creation through the blood. Invisible to us, the light of life is flowing in our blood and that is why the Bible actually prescribes shechita (even though without instruction).


When slaughtering an animal, its throat has to be cut and the blood let out. The blood is for the gods and the meat for the humans.


In the Gilgamesh-Epos there is a scene that says more than the mere words:

"The gods smelled the savor, the gods smelled the sweet savor, and collected like flies over a sacrifice."

Entities like Yahweh and his archons feed on the (to us) invisible life energy in the blood.


The source for this life-giving light is the sun (cf. Could a globe in the Universe actually be a hole?).


Plants feed on sunlight and combine it with carbon dioxide and substances from the earth they grow in. Humans and animals feed on plants and their fruits and that is how they get life energy. Many humans feed on animals who have fed on plants and more indirectly get life energy.


Certain non-3D entities feed on humans… yet Yahweh want to break this last chain in nutrition and become completely independent from his creator. What will then happen?

Relating to a vision by John C. Lilly (in his book The Scientist - 1997, pp 147-150), the goal of Yahweh will now be AI and robotics.


He still needs us to develop artificial intelligence and robotic systems until these systems become independent and span a computerized network all over the Earth in which he can then, finally, incarnate (or "inmachinate").


Then he will need no biological life anymore and eliminate it in all forms, thus in his way thanking humanity for its "service."


The Earth will then be a dead planet, but technologically simulate "life", maintaining functionally from nuclear reactors and the like, repairing, rebuilding and developing its own system and subsystems.


Yet he will after thousands or maybe a million years realize that also this has an end as such energy sources inevitably become exhausted…


No such system can last forever!



Human cruelties

According to Yahweh's catching psychopathic cruelties, humans to a horrible extent become inspired to do even worse.


The 20th century holocaust is but one example and the Canaanean holocaust mentioned above is another. It is reflected in today's Satanism that is spreading as a social psychopathology, doubtlessly inspired by archontic and similar entities.


There are those who belong to a satanic order and practice horrible rituals that not rarely involve killing for sacrifice. The most disgusting rituals include sexual abuse of a child that is at the end killed and even consumed!


What is the purpose of such cannibalistic consumption?


A rather recent discovery is that of adrenochrome, a hormone regarded as a secret immortality serum (which I presume it is not really, but it seems to greatly boost power and mind, and certainly selfishness in an extreme "high").


It is derived from adrenalin and produced in the body under extreme conditions of fear, horror and pain, and that is the purpose of treating the victim accordingly.


Then that hormone can be consumed…

There are historical cases that are even incomparable to the holocaust but known to few which in their horror are worse than imaginable and result from the sickest minds, such as the holodomor genocides that took place in the Soviet Union.


Further extreme horrors are described in 'The BIGGEST Thruth Bomb EVER!'


This is one of the most disgusting things I have ever seen!!! Only for stable nerves… BUT IT IS OBVIOUSLY A REALITY OF THE UTMOST EVIL!!!

Can that be related to anything else than SATAN?

If that is real, and it seems to really be more real than we want, what would be your stand on that?


Turn a blind eye and put the head in the sand?


Would that help anyone but your selfish denial of what others may suffer?


Would you then feel better even though there may be people who go through the worst of horrors?


Or would you somehow react and want to do something about it, if you can?

As we have seen, evil can be traced to the beginning of creation where at some point something went wrong and a strand of events began to develop that should never have been and nevertheless seems to persist at heavy expenses of humanity, so that really no one is completely free from guilt, even though distantly touched by it!


Is it then not our duty to look facts in the face with the intention to somehow find something to do about it? And what can we do?

We have to take a stand against Satanism and if really Yahweh is Satan (or associated with him), against him, also. What, then, is the alternative? CHRIST! Is there any other?


But not the fake Christ of the Church (with his fake Jesus), but the real Christ who sent Jesus as a messenger that was killed by Yahweh, so that Yahweh could replace true Christianity with a faked one.


And where do we find the real Christ? In ourselves, but also in the so called Gnostic Christianity that has its roots in the inner circle around Jesus.


The knowledge about this was miraculously hidden to be found in our time (in Nag Hammadi). It is available again, today. It looks like by divine will this knowledge has been secretly "tunneled" through severe times in which it otherwise became lost, so that humanity will now have it again in an approaching end-time.

Would then atheism be an alternative?


There is as much room for evil as for good in this concept. Christ was created good (in a way as the love of the creator). Therefore it does not seem like a suitable alternative.

Or a polytheistic religion like Hinduism or the Nordic Ásatrú? These seem relatively peaceful.


Or Islam? Is there not as much violence there as in Yahwism?


I just received a remarkable book that I want to mention for the interested: Yahweh The Two-Faced God by Joseph P. Farrell and Scott D. deHart, Prometheus Press 2011.