By Wess Penre, October 16, 2021
Questions in this Session:.
QUESTION 1: We humans have only explored about 5% of the world’s Oceans. When the Tiamaat catastrophe happened, did some of these deep-sea creatures survive? The part of Tiamaat that catapulted closer to the Sun’s debris was used by En.ki to create the new Earth so would it be perfectly logical to say that some or most of this deep-sea wildlife originate from Tiamaat? I have seen some of the deep-sea squids and certainly some of them do not originate from here and are true ET’s. Is this also why we find pyramids, ancient structures millions of years old and dinosaur bones etc. on this planet, which is a new construct?
QUESTION 2: Did the Animal Soul Group in the First Atlantis descend on Tiamaat/Earth like we did? How does death and reincarnation work for them? You mention in the Wes Penre Papers (WPP) that animals die in groupings and that a human cannot reincarnate as a tree (which is sentient) or an animal and vice versa because we have our own soul group, and this is my line of thinking as well. Do you think the Alien Invader Force (the AIF) controls the afterlife process for the animal soul group or are they coming back to Earth on a more conscious level?
QUESTION 3: In the sequels from the film “The Matrix” – “The Matrix Reloaded” and “The Matrix Revolutions” we are introduced to the character simply called “The Architect.” When Neo meets him, he asks about the Oracle (a character from the first film). The Architect scoffs at the mere mention of the name Oracle. After seeing this scene, I could not help but wonder the following: is The Architect representing Yaldabaoth and The Oracle represents Sophia? Someone had commented on “The Matrix” on YouTube with the premise of “The Matrix” trilogies being based on Gnosticism. What are your thoughts on this, Wes?
QUESTION 4: Can meditation and trauma / shadow / inner child work help us to get more connected with spirit and operate from the spirit and less from the artificial soul? Would it be a good metaphor to describe the subconscious aspect of our mind as being like the Kenoma; that which is veiled in darkness and ignorance? Would healing our own traumas metaphorically light up our own inner kenoma / matrix?
QUESTION 5: The Gnostic texts mention that we have archons within our own being. And you’ve mentioned that one of the goals of the archons is to ride us when the Consummation of the Age happens, so they can get into the 8th and 9th heaven. Is this meant to be translated literally? Do we literally have archons inside our own being? Or does this description of “having archons” more of a metaphor to describe the artificial soul which is archontic and reactive. Or is it both? We have an artificial soul but also literally have archons within our own being?