by Wes Penre, September 27, 2020
What is a Universe?
All of us know the basics about what stars and galaxies are, and some have perhaps even heard that galaxies come in clusters. But what are galaxies exactly, besides a collection of billions of stars, nebulae, and planets, etc.?
Scientists claim that galaxies come in clusters, and our galaxy, The Milky Way, belongs to a cluster of 30 galaxies called the Local Group, according to our astronomers. How many galaxies there are in each group, however, is highly debatable because we humans can only perceive of 4% of what is out there. The rest we perceive to be dark matter and dark energy, although in reality, it’s anything but dark. Therefore, the clusters might have certain structures to them—in fact, they might come in clusters of 12. The universe we live in is originally Sophia’s Creation, and her sacred number is 12, with herself as number 13. Yaldabaoth’s sacred number, however, is 7.
It seems to be true that galaxies come in clusters, though, so what does this remind us of?
Those who have read the Wes Penre Papers and remember The Second Level of Learning will recall that universes come in clusters of 12, and I metaphorically compared each universe with a pond.
What if each galaxy is one pond and they come in clusters of 12? This would mean that the Milky Way Galaxy, in which we live, is one universe, and all other galaxies, such as the Andromeda Galaxy, for instance, are their own universes, respectively.
Let’s play around with this theory.
If we take the Wes Penre Papers (WPP) and the Gnostic texts into consideration, we will notice that the entire human story is played out in one galaxy only—the Milky Way. Yaldabaoth/En.ki and his Archons/the Alien Invader Force (AIF) and the human soul group have nothing to do with any other galaxy in Sophia’s Omniverse. As mentioned in the WPP, Sophia (the Queen of Orion) has created many different universes—not only the one universe we live in. Moreover, we cannot jump from one universe to another because each universe has completely different laws, rules and characteristics. Our universe is more than likely the Milky Way Galaxy. Thus, instead of calling all the galaxies we can and can’t see the Universe would no longer be applicable, so I will use the term Omniverse when I discuss the entirety of galaxies.
Orion versus the Kenoma
If we recap what has been conveyed in the WPP, various ancient texts, and the Gnostic gospels, we will notice that they all describe the same thing. Below is a diagram Ariel and I have used multiple times, but it’s worth studying again.
This diagram shows Earth at the bottom with the celestial bodies above us. Ariel and I, based on our research, have also placed a Sun and a Moon inside our atmosphere in our current construct, but otherwise, this diagram resonates fairly well with our own conclusions.
The different celestial bodies represent the 7 Heavens, respectively, which are also the equivalent to our solar system, although Uranus and Neptune are missing. There could be a good reason for the two “missing planets,” but that is for another time.
The planet representing the 7th Heaven is Saturn, according to the diagram. In the WPP, I mentioned that this used to be a stargate into Orion, but after the Archontic Invasion, which was discussed in the papers, Yaldabaoth closed the stargate to keep the Orion forces out of the solar system.
With this in mind, look at the above diagram again. What is depicted above Saturn? Stars and star constellations! According to the Gnostic texts, Sophia created the stars and the constellations to shine over Earth. In other words, everything that is outside our solar system is Orion—the Orion Empire.
Thus, the Archons are only “in charge” of our own solar system—this is where they mainly reside, and the inorganic planets and their moons are their abodes. Yaldabaoth and his Archons are controlling the solar system (the 7 Heavens).
Ariel and I have written that we humans now reside in a density of Earth that resonates with the Underworld, i.e. the 5 Heavens beneath the 7 Heavens. These 5 Heavens, in which a reflection of the Sun and the Moon are represented, are 5 layers of the Earth’s atmosphere. Thus, the Grid we’ve been discussing so many times is located around the Earth, above the 5 Lower Heavens (the atmosphere). Humans are not allowed to leave the Earth’s atmosphere while in physical form because then we enter the archontic domains, and they won’t allow it. There are some humans who have been transported to some of the inorganic planets and moons, but only through invitation or hijacking.
But wait! Are the Archons and Yaldabaoth actually imprisoned here in this tiny solar system with no way of exiting? If so, this seems like quite a small and insignificant space, compared to what is outside the solar system.
Years ago, I discussed the Archons’ whereabouts with one of my reliable sources, and I was told that they do have some access to the KHAA outside the solar system, although the access is limited. First, the solar system is not as small and limited as we might think—it’s so much more than what we see in our telescopes and what is shown by NASA. The astral planes are also part of the solar system, and the astral could be considered almost unlimited in size. The astral consists of its own different densities and dimensions, as well, where time is irrelevant.
Aside from that, the Archons do have access to parts of Orion (the galaxy outside the solar system). There were many wars and conflicts in Orion before Sophia threw Yaldabaoth out of the 8th and 9th Heavens, and before he was “defeated” and cast out by Archangel Michael (Ninurta/Sabaoth), Yaldabaoth/En.ki/Lucifer and his cohorts managed to conquer some of the star systems and constellations in Orion, as described in the WPP, The Fourth Level of Learning. This subject is not discussed in any details in the Gnostic texts, from what I know, but I think the reason for this is because in order to achieve Gnosis, this information is not crucial.
Once upon a time, before Lucifer’s Rebellion, the Archons probably had full access to Orion (the Milky Way Galaxy), but after they were cast out, Sophia created a veil between the 8th and the 7th Heaven, i.e. between our solar system and the rest of our universe/Orion. However, the Archons probably still have access to at least the star constellations mentioned in the WPP (see footnote #3 below).
The Galactic Center
If we review the picture in the beginning of this article, we see that the galactic center is heavily lit up. Interestingly, the core of the galaxy is also called The Womb of the Mother (Goddess) or The Eye of the Mother. This also seems to be the place from which stars were originally born and “cast away” by Sophia. In the WPP, I called this the outbreath of the Dragon. This is possibly the main reason why the Orion Queen/Sophia is compared to a dragon—she “breathes” fire, aka soul energy, aka star fire. The core of the galaxy is indeed the Womb of the Mother—this is from where life in Orion originated. In this universe, even we humans are star beings to begin with.
In our writings, Ariel and I have sometimes discussed the Central Fire in the center of the Universe, from where souls get their energy. From my understanding, The Central Fire can’t be anything else than the core of the galaxy. Each star system and constellation relate to all the other star systems and constellations via a spiderweb-like construct—a highway, if you will, on which energy flows. All these highways emanate from the energy in the center of the galaxy, i.e. Sophia’s “outbreath.”
People have asked if the galactic core is the Pleroma, but I would say no. The Pleroma is the Spiritual Realm, and it is not visible for us humans or anybody else in the Kenoma. If correct, astronomers have discovered a gigantic black hole in the middle of the galactic center, which could be a portal of sorts—perhaps the portal between the 9th Heaven and the Pleroma. The Gnostic texts talk about how human Spirits will eventually reenter the Pleroma, and this is metaphorically explained to us like a kind of “portal” between the 9th Heaven and the Pleroma. Thus, perhaps the Galactic Center is the 9th Heaven.
Everything in our universe (the Milky Way) could be considered the Kenoma—even Orion. When this universe was created in Sophia’s Mind, and she “cast it away,” all of it became her Universe. Yaldabaoth, which can be perceived of as the embodiment Sophia’s “dark side” or Sophia’s “Ignorance,” roamed freely in the entire Universe, before Sophia separated Orion from the 7 Heavens (our solar system).
In our solar system, there are no aliens besides the Archons. This is an inorganic solar system, except for planet Earth/Gaia, in which a part of Sophia’s Spirit is embedded. However, Orion outside of our solar system seems to be teeming with life. The WPP talks about innumerous star races and star systems, where star races and star beings evolve to eventually become creator gods. We humans, however, are already creator gods, as we have mentioned many times before, so those of us humans who want to become creator gods in Orion don’t need to start all over and “evolve.” We already have the full capacity as creator gods once we’ve gotten rid of our archontic attachments and the attachments from this world.
We hope this article has given you something more to think about…
 I called them the AIF or the Overlords in the WPP.