by Wes Penre, June 18, 2020
Putting Biases Aside…
We are aware that words like Jesus, Christ, redemption, and repentance create a bad taste in the mouth of many because of how all these terms have been copied into the Christian religion, and for those who are not Christian, or for former Christians, this can be a turn-off. Therefore, we want to make clear that Gnosticism is not the same as Christian religion, as we will show in this article. If anything, Christianity is opposed to (an inversion of) Gnosticism, and the Gnostics originate with Plato and other philosophers, centuries before Jesus was born. These philosophers tried to make sense of a chaotic world outside of religion. The Gnostics, who became known after Jesus’ lifetime, shared much of this cosmogony, which expanded with Christ and then became these old Gnostics’ Spiritual Knowledge.
All we’re asking from those who have difficulties with certain names and words to put these prejudices aside, if just for now, while reading this article. Try to use an unbiased mind for just a few minutes and see what you think about the following article.
Unfortunately, what happened after the Message was delivered and Jesus died was that many people started worshiping Jesus, the Man, rather than getting the Message, which is detrimental for our spiritual process. Because humankind had, and still have, a history of worshiping different gods, it probably felt like the natural thing to do to worship Jesus the human. Thus, the Message was missed by most. People started looking at Jesus as a Savior from outside themselves instead of looking inside. Therefore, if the Savior is outside, the enemy must be, too, and thus, religious wars became the result—an “us against them” mentality, which leads to diversity rather than unity.
Jesus/Yeshua in the Flesh
Jesus, or Yeshua, means “the deliverer,” which was exactly what Jesus, the human, was. He was a human of flesh and blood, inhabiting a soul. Christ carried the Message from the Pleroma, and via Jesus Christ (known as Khan En.lil in the Wes Penre Papers), who resides in the Eighth Heaven (Orion), this Message, consisting of Knowledge—the masculine side of Sophia’s Spirit—which, when received by humans, can lead to Gnosis, which is the reconnection to our own Spirit and immortality. Jesus the Man, whom we will call Yeshua from hereon to avoid confusion, was the physical and psychic (soul) manifestation in this construct, so the message could be verbally received. Yeshua was funneling Christ’s Spirit/Message through his body, and thus, he could convey it to his apostles and those who had “eyes to see and ears to hear.”
The Gnostic texts are very specific about who Yeshua was, and we have mentioned him before in this article series. He was Sabaoth (in the Wes Penre Papers known as Prince Ninurta and Archangel Michael, Second in Command), who took a body here on Earth to help complete the task. His mother was, as we know, Mary, and his father (although debated by some), was Joseph. Both were of the Seth (later the Shem) bloodline. King David had two sons, Solomon and Nathan, and Joseph was a direct descendent of Solomon, while Mary was a direct descendent of Nathan. This is why the names of Yeshua’s ancestors vary, depending on whether we read the Gospel of Luke or the Gospel of Matthew. The former lists Mary’s bloodline, while Matthew lists Solomon’s bloodline.
The reason Yeshua had to be of the Divine bloodline, from what we understand, is because his body needed to be strong enough and uncorrupted, so he could receive the powerful Message without having physical problems.
Both the Bible and the Gnostic texts present Mary as a virgin, which doesn’t mean in a physical sense, only that she was of the “virginal bloodline;” the Divine bloodline, originating from Zoë Sophia (the Orion Queen).
In this context, the words “uncorrupted” or “virginal” mean being free from the archontic influence that we experience in the physical flesh bodies they made for us.
The title, “Lord of Sabaoth” in the Gnostic texts means “the Lord of Hosts” or “The Host of Heaven.” It’s a title of God’s (or the Goddess’) military might—it denotes his strength to fight and win battles—war battles as well as Spiritual battles. The Lord of Hosts is the Commander of the Angelic Soldiers, as well as the Armies of Israel. The “Lord of Hosts” is defined in 1 Samuel 17:45 as “God of the Armies of Israel.” Israel means, “he who saw God” (or Goddess), and the astute reader might remember that Sabaoth saw who Sophia was and broke with the other Archons, received an aspect of Spirit, and started working for Sophia and Christ. Then, using synchronism, we can see that the Lord of Host is the Archangel Michael. As discussed in the Wes Penre Papers, (the WPP), the Archangel Michael is Ninurta, Prince En.lil, and Michael Second in Command of the Orion MIKH-MAKH military Defense Force. In the Gnostic texts he is Sabaoth. Michael First in Command is Khan En.lil, the KHAN.US-KHAN.IM, which means “King of Kings” in Orion language, as explained in the WPP. The King of Kings was also a title for Jesus Christ (Khan En.lil) in the Eighth Heaven/Orion.
In other words, Sabaoth, Ninurta, Prince En.lil, and Archangel Michael Second in Command are one and the same.
When Jesus Christ (Christ in the Eighth Heaven) descended into Yeshua’s body, he came here to redeem us and for us to repent. Redemption, in this case, means to cast away our Ignorance and receive Knowledge, leading to Gnosis, i.e. the reconnection with Spirit. It implies the transition from death (living in the flesh) to Immortality (living in Spirit). Repentance means to let go of our old, Demiurgic habits, in order to get rid of our earthly attachments and turn our backs to Yaldabaoth’s injustice. Thus, Jesus Christ and Yeshua worked in unison to deliver the Message, like Father and Son.
Christ Predicting the Future
Christ foresaw what was going to happen after his Message was delivered. This is a conversation between Yeshua and one of his disciples, Simon Peter:
“For many will accept our teaching in the beginning. And they will turn from them again by the will of the Father of their error, because they have done what he wanted. And he will reveal them in his judgment, i.e., the servants of the Word. But those who became mingled with these shall become their prisoners, since they are without perception. And the guileless, good, pure one they push to the worker of death, and to the kingdom of those who praise Christ in a restoration. And they praise the men of the propagation of falsehood, those who will come after you. And they will cleave to the name of a dead man, thinking that they will become pure. But they will become greatly defiled and they will fall into a name of error, and into the hand of an evil, cunning man and a manifold dogma, and they will be ruled without law.”The Apocalypse of Peter
The above quote indicates that Gnosticism would have many followers in the beginning, but it will be corrupted, and people will worship Yeshua instead of the Message. This becomes evident in the phrase, “And they will cleave to the name of a dead man, thinking that they will become pure.” There we have the Christian church, for example.
Gnosis—Being in Spirit
When we have Gnosis, it changes everything, and the old world “falls apart.” We are still in it, but we are no longer of it. We are thus able to distinguish what is what by having the Gnosis; knowing who we really are and be able to feel it. From thereon, Spirit flows freely through soul, mind, and body, just like a river.
Christ, through Yeshua, said to his disciples,
And I subjected all their powers. For as I came downward, no one saw me. For I was altering my shapes, changing from form to form. And so when I was at their gates I assumed their likeness. For I passed them by quietly, and I was viewing the places, and I was neither afraid nor ashamed, for I was undefiled. And I was speaking with them, mingling with them through those who are mine, and trampling on those who are harsh to them with zeal, and quenching the flame. And I was doing all these things because of my desire to accomplish what I desired by the will of the father aboveThe Second Treatise of the Great Seth
The above is how Sabaoth incarnated into the physical body called Yeshua by passing through the upper heavenly realms.
When Yeshua was born on Earth, it seems quite evident that he didn’t remember who he was, and nor did he know about his mission until he was about twelve years old,. After that, we have Yeshua’s so-called “missing years.” From reading the Gnostic texts, it becomes evident that these missing years were not important in the context. Yeshua was probably just waiting for the right time when Jesus Christ would descend and funnel his Spirit through him, and he was preparing.
Human Destiny—Our Mission
This was the first time Christ descended with the purpose to give humankind full Gnosis—it had never been done before—at least not in this construct. It’s quite apparent to us why he did this; the current version of Earth is very solid and full of darkness and ignorance, and before we received the Knowledge, humankind was in almost complete Ignorance. The chances that the human soul group would wake up under these circumstances, without assistance, were very slim—therefore, in order to fulfill our mission, we needed (and need) full Gnosis. After Christ’s mission was complete, it was up to us to read the Message and wake up from inside.
Receiving Gnosis is crucial for us to fulfill our mission and return Home, according to the Gnostic texts. Yeshua said,
Whoever will not understand how he came will not understand how he will go.The Dialogue of the Savior
If we don’t know from where or what/who we originate, we don’t know the purpose with our lives, and we don’t know where we’re heading—neither when alive nor after death.
Some who read this might look back at their lives, thinking that it’s been a very rough ride, and often it seems like some of us have had to endure more pain and suffering than many people we see around us. Perhaps, we don’t understand why things need to be so exceptionally difficult and painful. In this construct, however, it can be a blessing in disguise,
If one does not stand in the darkness, he will not be able to see the light.The Dialogue of the Savior
For others, life seems to run on rails—almost everything goes their way, and this can even bring up envy in some of those who suffer more. However, these people who seem to have it extraordinarily easy have no reason to look inside and search for Truth. They already think they have all they need. Thus, they miss the real train, which will take them to their Destiny.
Yeshua, embodying the Holy Spirit of Christ, told his disciples things that are now written down in the gospels—and more. Although the Nag Hammadi texts have been invaluable, they are still not complete, and some of them are corrupted by Hermetic influences. There are missing texts, as well, including entire gospels, so unless someone discovers more of them (maybe we should start by looking in the Vatican), what is now available to us is all there is. Although there are missing texts, what we have is still enough to receive Gnosis—thankfully so.
When the Message was delivered, the disciples had the same problem back then as we have now. The following conversation is between the apostle Thomas and Yeshua:
Thomas answered and said, “What have we to say in the face of these things? What shall we say to blind men? What doctrine should we express to these miserable mortals who say, “We came to [do] good and not to curse,” and yet [claim], “Had we not been begotten in the flesh, we would not have known [iniquity]”?”
The savior said, “Truly, as for [those], do not esteem them as men, but regard them [as] beasts, for just as beasts devour one another, so also men of this sort devour one another. On the contrary, they are deprived of [the kingdom] since they love the sweetness of the fire and are servants of death and rush to the works of corruption. They fulfill the lust of their fathers. They will be thrown down to the abyss and be afflicted by the torment of the bitterness of their evil nature.The Book of Thomas
These words are very profound because they seem timeless in context. How many times have we not tried to get our friends and relatives interested in what we have to say but to no avail? How many times have we not been confused when we notice that they either laugh at us, get irritated, change subject, or suddenly say they need to go because they have something important to do? Regardless of how emotionally painful it might be, not everybody will have the opportunity to receive Gnosis. We need to come to a place within ourselves when we accept this to be true. Instead of being drained of energy from trying to educate those who can’t receive, we need to focus on those who are searching but have yet not found what they are looking for. That is where our efforts should go.
Others have a difficult time deciding where to begin. Now, when they have the Knowledge, what should they do next? This conversation played out between Judas and Yeshua:
Judas said, “Tell me, Lord, what the beginning of the path is.”
He [Yeshua] said, “Love and goodness. For if one of these existed among the governors, wickedness would never have come into existence.”The Dialogue of the Savior
Corruption of the Divine Message
After the life of Yeshua, the Gnostics wrote down the Message to the best of their abilities, but when Yaldabaoth and Thoth decided to make a religion out of this, the texts were corrupted, and the crucial parts of the Message were omitted. Thus, Gnosis could no longer be achieved from that perspective. The Gnostics were either murdered or had to go into hiding together with most of their written notes. What remains is the Christian religion; what was included in the Bible. Although much of that is still profound, it’s not possible to receive Gnosis through the New Testament, as we shall see later in this article. The reason for this is that it doesn’t tell us from where we came, who we are, and where we’re going. The Father of the New Testament is not the Monad, and the Son is not the real Christ but Yaldabaoth and his archontic “son,” Thoth/Hermes.
When Christ came down in Spirit, Yaldabaoth had to liken/mimic that, too, which is his nature, so he sent Thoth in the likeness of the Christ, including a man of flesh.
So now, Yaldabaoth, in his own mind, was the Monad, Sophia, and the Christ in his own universe. By then, he probably felt he was complete. Thoth couldn’t do anything else but to preach about Yaldabaoth’s Heaven, because that is Yaldabaoth’s Pleroma. Thus, we have the Hermetic Gnostic texts mixed with the original True Message.
Was there a Crucifixion?
So, was there a crucifixion? Yes, according to the Gnostic texts, there was, but not at all in the sense we’ve been taught.
Here are some passages about the crucifixion. This is from Yeshua:
For my death, which they think happened, (happened) to them in their error and blindness, since they nailed their man unto their death… It was another, their father, who drank the gall and the vinegar; it was not I. They struck me with the reed; it was another, Simon, who bore the cross on his shoulder. I[t] was another upon Whom they placed the crown of thorns…Second Treatise of the Great Seth
The above is an interesting quote because in his ignorance Yaldabaoth crucified his own flesh and blood—that of his own creation. According to a discussion in an article called, “How did the Gnostics View the Crucifixion of Jesus?” they suggest that it is unclear who this Simon was, although there are no indications in the Gnostic texts that is was Simon Peter, Yeshua’s own disciple. Instead, it implies that the man who was crucified was not Yeshua/Sabaoth but someone else of Yaldabaoth’s own genetic stock.
“He whom you saw on the tree, glad and laughing, this is the living Jesus. But this one into whose hands and feet they drive the nails is his fleshly part, which is the substitute being put to shame, the one who came into being in his likeness. But look at him and me.”The Apocalypse of Peter
I tend to disagree with the website discussion because there is a reference as to whom this mysterious Simon was. Here is Yeshua talking to Peter after the crucifixion incident (my emphasis):
The race of immortal souls will go in it in vain, until my Parousia. For they shall come out of them – and my forgiveness of their transgressions, into which they fell through their adversaries, whose ransom I got from the slavery in which they were, to give them freedom that they may create an imitation remnant in the name of a dead man, who is Hermas, of the first-born of unrighteousness, in order that the light which exists may not believed by the little ones.The Apocalypse of Peter
This makes it sound like there were two Yeshua’s/Jesus’ on Earth at the same time, and one of them was Hermes (in this Gnostic text translated as Hermas), which is Thoth, the firstborn of Yaldabaoth. Somehow, Yeshua and Simon were being confused, and the Romans crucified the wrong man—in fact, they crucified Thoth/Simon! If this is correctly interpreted, no wonder Peter denied the Christ on the cross three times and that he was a disciple of this “Christ!” In the same Gospel, The Apocalypse of Peter, Yeshua adds that many people will be deceived because they are not just worshiping a man in flesh, but they are even worshiping the wrong man.
We did some more research, wondering who this mysterious Simon was. According to the Bible, Simon was a bystander, who carried Jesus’ cross to Golgotha when Jesus stumbled from the weight of the cross. The name Simon means “he who hears,” which is the name Yeshua gave to Peter. This is more than likely very symbolic, and Jesus said in the Bible “if anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me.” This more likely means that those who come after Jesus/Yeshua will carry Yeshua’s “cross,” i.e. his “burden” of enlightening people. Simon Peter was assigned to be the first.
So, how exactly did Yeshua avoid the crucifixion? Please read this (my emphasis):
“Be strong, for you are the one to whom these mysteries have been given, to know them through revelation, that he whom they crucified is the first-born, and the home of demons, and the stony vessel in which they dwell, of Elohim, of the cross, which is under the Law. But he who stands near him is the living Savior, the first in him, whom they seized and released, who stands joyfully looking at those who did him violence, while they are divided among themselves. Therefore he laughs at their lack of perception, knowing that they are born blind.The Apocalypse of Peter
Read the above quote carefully. First, “being under the law” refers to Yaldabaoth’s law—Spirit is lawless and is not following the Law of the Demiurge. For those who remember some of the New Testament and have seen Jesus movies know that Pontus Pilate asked the people, because it was Passover, which was when they usually pardoned one person who was sentenced to be crucified, whether they wanted to pardon Jesus or a “criminal” called Barabbas. First, what does Barabbas mean? It means, “son of the Father” or “Son of the Teacher!” This indicates that Barabbas was the real Yeshua, who was pardoned, and the Romans instead crucified Thoth. Whether this was planned by Yaldabaoth and Thoth or not is up for debate, however. Perhaps, they wanted this to happen so they could start a religion where people worshiped Thoth, instead of concentrating on the original Message of Christ? Still, even that is uncertain because it seems like the real Yeshua thought that the archons, in their blindness, had crucified the wrong man.
Thus, Yeshua’s alleged crucifixion that most possibly didn’t happen, but instead happened to Yaldabaoth’s own man, became a symbol for Gnosis, i.e. we must first die from our old ways and beliefs, i.e. our belief in the universe of matter, before we can be resurrected into becoming the Immortal Man—Spirit.
Most Gnostic texts, particularly those who are genuine, don’t discuss the Resurrection of Yeshua, simply because it probably never happened. Resurrection means “rising from the dead.” What does this imply in the Gnostic texts and in the Bible, respectively? If we start with Lazarus, whom Yeshua “resurrected from the dead,” it means that Lazarus got Gnosis. Humans, in general, are “dead” while being in the flesh—they are ignorant and walk in darkness, and all humans are subjected to death. Thus, when we get Gnosis, we resurrect from the dead and start living in Spirit, who is immortal—thus, it’s an allegory. Yeshua never resurrected from the dead, as we interpret it—we are the ones who are resurrecting from the dead.
Thoth, in his incarnation of Jesus, took it to a completely different level when he claimed in the Hermetic gospels that he himself was resurrected after the crucifixion and returned to the disciples in “spirit” (more precisely, with assistance of pompous technology). Whether he actually did resurrect or not we can’t say for sure, but according to the Hermetic texts, he wants us to believe he did, and he preached to his followers for another twelve years, as mentioned in “Pistis Sophia,” which is obviously Hermetic. This part was brought into the Christian religion, and by that, people were led astray, and unbeknownst to them, they started following Yaldabaoth’s doctrine, which eventually led to the modern ascension path (which is known as New Age).
It’s not that the Archons are lying to us—they want us to see things from their perspective, which is an inversion of the True Gospels. Still, the teachings the Archons are giving us is their reality, based on their Ignorance because they don’t know Spirit.
Yeshua Predicting the Finding of the Nag Hammadi Texts?
Here is another interesting thing that was revealed to Peter. The following implies that Yeshua knew that his teachings were not for that time and place but mainly for the future—for those at the end of the Age, which would be the end of Pisces and before the start of the Age of Aquarius begins,
“These things, then, which you saw you shall present to those of another race who are not of this age…”The Apocalypse of Peter
Is this why the Nag Hammadi texts were written down by the Gnostics and were being hidden away, only to be found now, in our time, as per some Divine plan? Were those texts mainly written down for our time?
Now, can you see why Christianity is leading people toward Yaldabaoth and Gnosticism is leading people toward Gnosis? In Christianity, the most important part is the death and resurrection of Jesus. With all the above in mind, who was crucified and who was “resurrected?” Thoth was! Therefore, the Christian religion is Yaldabaoth’s distortion, and Gnosticism is what opens people up to the Spirit within. Christianity, therefore, is an inversion of Gnosticism.
The next article in this series will be about the Zodiac, the celestial bodies, and how astrology affect our lives and the order in our cosmos.
 On the Origin of the World
 See the Bible, “The New Testament.”
 This is apparently quite common, if we are to believe the stories we hear from others not-from-here, who have supposedly incarnated on Earth. James Mahu of the WingMakers said the same thing—he was ignorant about why he is here until he was around twelve years old.
 Luke 9:23
References and Resources
On the Origin of the World
The Book of Thomas
The Second Treatise of the Great Seth
The Apocalypse of Peter
The Treatise of the Great Seth
The Dialogue of the Savior
The Sophia of Jesus Christ