The Children of Agni

Now, here I will detail the lost scriptures called "The Nag Hammadi", which was found in Egypt in 1945. Here the Nag Hammadi states of several texts based on the behind scenes of what happened in the Garden of Eden to the battles prior to mankind, the different gods and the perspectives of the disciples and apostles of Jesus. But out of this is the most notable accounts based on the beings called "The Archons", which are mentioned among several texts. One example is the story called "The Apocalypse of Adam", which actually connects to "The Hypostasis of the Archons" and "On the Origin of the World". Now among these segments, I would have to break down their perspectives based on their connections to each other, but I will also reveal their inconsistencies and contradictions. So let's have a look at the first book called "On the origin of the world".

Now, in this book details the story of a goddess named Pistis Sophia, who would be the first in the creation world, and be the one who would bore the first Archon Yaldabaoth (meaning "child, pass through to here") The word Archon means "ruler" or "Lord" as it states "Lord God". The description of this Archon was said to have a lion-like features with a serpentine body. Does this not look like the deity called "Mithras Kronos" ? (Look up "Black God" and "Peacock angel")

Now, in this segment I will break things down to reveal their connections to the battles in the heavens and as well show the contradictions. But let's start with the "Origin of the World" to review the story. Now, in the "Origins of the World" details the world before chaos existed and that the one who is called "Pistis" (meaning faith) came into existence among the immortal beings and was the light dividing the darkness. She is called Sophia (wisdom) who brought forth the shadow of chaos in form of a being called "Yaldabaoth" which means "Child, pass through to here". "And when Pistis Sophia desired to cause the thing that had no spirit to be formed into a likeness and to rule over matter and over all her forces, there appeared for the first time a ruler, out of the waters, lion-like in appearance, androgynous, having great authority within him, and ignorant of whence he had come into being."

"Since that day, there appeared the principle of verbal expression, which reached the gods and the angels and mankind. And what came into being as a result of verbal expression, the gods and the angels and mankind finished. Now as for the ruler Yaltabaoth, he is ignorant of the force of Pistis: he did not see her face, rather he saw in the water the likeness that spoke with him. And because of that voice, he called himself 'Yaldabaoth'. But 'Ariael' is what the perfect call him, for he was like a lion. Now when he had come to have authority over matter, Pistis Sophia withdrew up to her light. When the ruler saw his magnitude - and it was only himself that he saw: he saw nothing else, except for water and darkness - then he supposed that it was he alone who existed. His [...] was completed by verbal expression: it appeared as a spirit moving to and fro upon the waters. And when that spirit appeared, the ruler set apart the watery substance. And what was dry was divided into another place. And from matter, he made for himself an abode, and he called it 'heaven'. And from matter, the ruler made a footstool, and he called it 'earth'. Next, the ruler had a thought - consistent with his nature - and by means of verbal expression he created an androgyne. He opened his mouth and cooed to him. When his eyes had been opened, he looked at his father, and he said to him, "Eee!" Then his father called him Eee-a-o ('Yao'). Next he created the second son. He cooed to him. And he opened his eyes and said to his father, "Eh!" His father called him 'Eloai'. Next, he created the third son. He cooed to him. And he opened his eyes and said to his father, "Asss!" His father called him 'Astaphaios'. These are the three sons of their father. Seven appeared in chaos, androgynous. They have their masculine names and their feminine names. The feminine name is Pronoia (Forethought) Sambathas, which is 'week'. And his son is called Yao: his feminine name is Lordship. Sabaoth: his feminine name is Deity. Adonaios: his feminine name is Kingship. Elaios: his feminine name is Jealousy. Oraios: his feminine name is Wealth. And Astaphaios: his feminine name is Sophia (Wisdom). These are the seven forces of the seven heavens of chaos. And they were born androgynous, consistent with the immortal pattern that existed before them, according to the wish of Pistis: so that the likeness of what had existed since the beginning might reign to the end."

Now, here we can see what the Bible states "The word was god and the word was with god", meaning the same verbal expression that is mentioned. Then also shows that this being was put into power by Pistis, although he doesn't recognize the higher power that brought him into the same existence. Here he starts to create through his word the other beings and angels who comes into existence along with the seven angels. "Now the prime parent Yaldabaoth, since he possessed great authorities, created heavens for each of his offspring through verbal expression - created them beautiful, as dwelling places - and in each heaven he created great glories, seven times excellent. Thrones and mansions and temples, and also chariots and virgin spirits up to an invisible one and their glories, each one has these in his heaven; mighty armies of gods and lords and angels and archangels - countless myriads - so that they might serve. The account of these matters you will find in a precise manner in the first Account of Oraia. And they were completed from this heaven to as far up as the sixth heaven, namely that of Sophia. The heaven and his earth were destroyed by the troublemaker that was below them all. And the six heavens shook violently; for the forces of chaos knew who it was that had destroyed the heaven that was below them. And when Pistis knew about the breakage resulting from the disturbance, she sent forth her breath and bound him and cast him down into Tartaros. Since that day, the heaven, along with its earth, has consolidated itself through Sophia the daughter of Yaldabaoth, she who is below them all."

Now, here shows Yaldabaoth being the one who created the angels, gods, cherubims, thrones and mansions etc. Then details how the six heavens and the earth were disturbed and shaken by a what they called "the troublemaker" which seems like they couldn't defeat this being except for Pistis, who blew her breath and bound the entity into Tartarus. Now, from this excerpt only tells that this powerful being that created a disturbance to the six heavens and the earth is none other than the Red Dragon. This is what Revelations 12:7 states of the battle between Michael the archangel and the Red Dragon whom created dissaray among the heavens. So, when Pistis sends her "breath" against him, this breath would be Michael the peacock angel. This would also be Murugan, Marduk, Ninurta, Athena, Odin, Hermes, Indra, Zeus, Kali, Huitzilopochtli, Huang-di, Heidi, Perun, Vishnu, Durga etc. This was where the great battle that took place when a great demon defeated all the gods, but in turn got defeated by another being who is Michael. This great demon would be Sun Wukong, Rudra, Fudo Myoo, Agni, Loki to the Red Dragon among other names.....  

"Now when the heavens had consolidated themselves along with their forces and all their administration, the prime parent became insolent. And he was honored by all the army of angels. And all the gods and their angels gave blessing and honor to him. And for his part, he was delighted and continually boasted, saying to them, "I have no need of anyone." He said, "It is I who am God, and there is no other one that exists apart from me." And when he said this, he sinned against all the immortal beings who give answer. And they laid it to his charge. Then when Pistis saw the impiety of the chief ruler, she was filled with anger. She was invisible. She said, "You are mistaken, Samael," (that is, "blind god"). "There is an immortal man of light who has been in existence before you, and who will appear among your modelled forms; he will trample you to scorn, just as potter's clay is pounded. And you will descend to your mother, the abyss, along with those that belong to you. For at the consummation of your (pl.) works, the entire defect that has become visible out of the truth will be abolished, and it will cease to be, and will be like what has never been." Saying this, Pistis revealed her likeness of her greatness in the waters. And so doing, she withdrew up to her light."

Now, another interesting note was when Yaldabaoth was called "Samael" who was supposed to be an angel created by God. Even after the battle would detail the Yaldabaoth's daughter Sophia (wisdom) being the one who consolidates the heavens and the earth. Now, Sophia seems to be Athena as the goddess and daughter of Zeus, and Zeus sounds like he would be Yaldabaoth as well. However if he is also Samael, then it wouldn't connect to the other books as they have their different origins based on Samael. But first let's go further into Yaldabaoth's children: "Now when Sabaoth, the son of Yaldabaoth, heard the voice of Pistis, he sang praises to her, and he condemned the father [...] at the word of Pistis; and he praised her because she had instructed them about the immortal man and his light. Then Pistis Sophia stretched out her finger and poured upon him some light from her light, to be a condemnation of his father. Then when Sabaoth was illumined, he received great authority against all the forces of chaos. Since that day he has been called "Lord of the Forces". He hated his father, the darkness, and his mother, the abyss, and loathed his sister, the thought of the prime parent, which moved to and fro upon the waters. And because of his light, all the authorities of chaos were jealous of him. And when they had become disturbed, they made a great war in the seven heavens. Then when Pistis Sophia had seen the war, she dispatched seven archangels to Sabaoth from her light. They snatched him up to the seventh heaven. They stood before him as attendants. Furthermore, she sent him three more archangels, and established the kingdom for him over everyone, so that he might dwell above the twelve gods of chaos."

"Now when Sabaoth had taken up the place of repose in return for his repentance, Pistis also gave him her daughter Zoe (Life), together with great authority, so that she might instruct him about all things that exist in the eighth heaven. And as he had authority, he made himself first of all a mansion. It is huge, magnificent, seven times as great as all those that exist in the seven heavens. And before his mansion he created a throne, which was huge and was upon a four-faced chariot called "Cherubin". Now the Cherubin has eight shapes per each of the four corners, lion forms and calf forms and human forms and eagle forms, so that all the forms amount to sixty-four forms - and seven archangels that stand before it; he is the eighth, and has authority. All the forms amount to seventy-two. Furthermore, from this chariot the seventy-two gods took shape; they took shape so that they might rule over the seventy-two languages of the peoples. And by that throne he created other, serpent-like angels, called "Seraphin", which praise him at all times. Thereafter he created a congregation of angels, thousands and myriads, numberless, which resembled the congregation in the eighth heaven; and a firstborn called Israel - which is, "the man that sees God"; and another being, called Jesus Christ, who resembles the savior above in the eighth heaven, and who sits at his right upon a revered throne. And at his left, there sits the virgin of the holy spirit, upon a throne and glorifying him. And the seven virgins stand before her, [...] possessing thirty harps, and psalteries and trumpets, glorifying him. And all the armies of the angels glorify him, and they bless him. Now where he sits is upon a throne of light great cloud that covers him. And there was no one with him in the cloud except Sophia Pistis, instructing him about all the things that exist in the eighth heaven, so that the likenesses of those things might be created, in order that his reign might endure until the consummation of the heavens of chaos and their forces. Now Pistis Sophia set him apart from the darkness and summoned him to her right, and the prime parent she put at her left. Since that day, right has been called justice, and left called wickedness. Now because of this, they all received a realm in the congregation of justice and wickedness, [...] stand [...] upon a creature [...] all." 

So, Yaldabaoth's son Sabaoth began to praise Pistis Sophia and was taken up to the eight heaven and placed as a ruler over the forces of chaos. She even gave her daughter Zoe (life) to be his wife and his instructor. It states that he creates cherubims, mansions, chariots, and has authority over the stations of the "72" gods and languages of the earth. Now, just from the number "72" tells me that Sabaoth is Enoch who was taken up by god, and like the "Book of Enoch part 3" states he was given authority to rule over the heavens and the earth as he became the angel Metatron. It shows that Sabaoth creates the one called "Israel" as his chosen and Jesus Christ to sit upon his right side. 

Now, there are some things that don't connect at all, like Samael being the creator and Archon (Lord) who created the physical bodies of Adam and Eve. It also states in "The Hypostasis of the Archons" that he was bound by Zoe the daughter of Pistis Sophia. "This ruler, by being androgynous, made himself a vast realm, an extent without limit. And he contemplated creating offspring for himself, and created for himself seven offspring, androgynous just like their parent. And he said to his offspring, "It is I who am god of the entirety." And Zoe (Life), the daughter of Pistis Sophia, cried out and said to him, "You are mistaken, Sakla!" - for which the alternative name is Yaltabaoth. She breathed into his face, and her breath became a fiery angel for her; and that angel bound Yaldabaoth and cast him down into Tartaros below the abyss."

However in "Origin of the world" states: "Thus when Sophia Zoe saw that the rulers of the darkness had laid a curse upon her counterparts, she was indignant. And coming out of the first heaven with full power, she chased those rulers out of their heavens, and cast them down into the sinful world, so that there they should dwell, in the form of evil spirits (demons) upon the earth." 

Now, one verse states that a fiery angel came forth from Sophia Zoe and had bound Samael/Yaldabaoth sending him to Tartarus. But also in the beginning when Yaldabaoth was creating the heavens and the earth, it states that the forces of chaos knew "who" it was that destroyed the heavens below them, until Sophia came and bound him.

Now, the first thing I want to address is Sophia, is she Yaldabaoth's daughter or was she his mother from the beginning? Or was this a different Sophia? Here is the excerpt in case you didn't see: THE BOASTING OF YALDABAOTH: "Since that day, the heaven has been consolidated along with its earth by means of Sophia, the daughter of Yaldabaoth, who is beneath them all. After the heavens and their powers and all of their government set themselves aright, the chief creator exalted himself and was glorified by the whole army of angels. And all the gods and their angels gave him praise and glory."

One addresses this as Yaldabaoth's daughter who fought the great demon, but then there is Sophia Zoe who also bound Yaldabaoth and his forces. As it states "she cast them out of heaven and into the earth to live as evil spirits". Now, depending on sources, Samael was either an angel who wrestled with Jacob or a creator/demiurge to even being Lilith's wife. Then there is the case of Lilith who was said to be the serpent that caused Adam and Eve's fall by having them eat of the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Now, Lilith was supposed to have been Adam's first wife, but didn't want to be dominated by man, so she left him. Now, among some Jewish lore would state that Lilith would later be Samael's wife who then goes to produce demonic children.

In the "Apocalypse of Adam" states that there were higher beings that came and visited them, and told them of the real history of them coming from the higher heavens. These physical creators would be imposters as they don't have the real power unless given to them. (In this book also details Noah being called by his Greek name "Deucalion" and that he begins to build a boat to survive with his family.)

So, of course, the "Origin of the world" is the longest version to the "Hypostasis of the Archons", but it doesn't make sense for this to be suppressed by the Vatican, because they also worship the female goddess that defeated the Red dragon and His forces. In the Biblical version states that when the gods cursed Adam, Eve and the Serpent, in Genesis 3:15 states that the seed of the woman will bruise the head of the serpent and the serpent shall bruise his heel. Then from this it goes back to the battle of the Devas against the Asuras, the Gods versus the Titans, the Angels against the Jinn. And yet, the very Red dragon that was cast out are the Archons who had cursed the serpent from the tree? (And yet, would the serpent be Lilith or the serpent who is defeated by the woman's seed? Here they couldn't be cursing themselves in this manner, but as the story states of the serpent, it was considered the shadow of Zoe Sophia. 

In the Catholic paintings would detail the seed of the woman stepping on the head of the serpent, thus detailing that they do worship "Pistis Sophia" who defeated the Red Dragon. Plus, the female goddess is actually a black woman who goes to defeat the Red Dragon and His forces, and as far I can see from the previous chapters, everyone is worshiping the Queen of heaven and Michael/Jesus. The first segment of "On the Origin of the World" doesn't state who the being is that created havoc on Yaldabaoth's six heavens. But only shows that Sophia brings forth an angel to fight against the fire deity who defeated the gods. 

Then comes the conclusion to this chapter, and that is, if the "Nag Hammadi" (whoever wrote this, or corrupted it) states that the Archons are ruling this world wouldn't be correct at all. Because from the segment of "Queen of heaven", "Peacock angel", "The Black God", I reveal how the whole world isn't worshiping the Red Dragon, but the one that defeated the Red dragon, which is Michael the peacock angel.

He would be Mithras Kronos as the "self-created" deity who goes out to fight against the Red Dragon and His forces. His thunderbolt weapon which is the "Vajra" are one of the many symbols solidifying his rulership over the whole world. The Kerykeion (Caduceus) is his symbol along with the rooster and the Pine cone. These are the symbols of Hermes who is Thoth, Enoch to the Peacock angel Michael. The symbol of the lion is the same symbol as the lion goddess Sekhmet, Vishnu's Narasimha and Durga's vehicle.

The God of fire who brought the Aryans out of Egypt is the Red Dragon who gave the commandments to the Israelites to live by. It was He that told them not to worship the "Queen of Heaven" which is what Jeremiah 44 states, because her and Baal are worshiped because they defeated Him. These gods are practiced through the bloodletting, the groves, witchcraft etc. The owl is the symbol of the goddess Athena (Sophia), as well the cross, then you can even include all the symbols that the Satanic cults are into.

In Genesis 6 states that it was the "sons of God" who had mated with the daughters of men, and as it turns out these gods are black by origin. These gods or angels would be Zeus and the Olympians, who taught the nations their religion and the symbolisms of the past and the present (as you can see their symbolism throughout the world). Above you can see "Mithras Kronos" to having the same symbols as the Vatican, the Coptic and the Eastern Orthodox Churches, which all leads to the same black god of Christianity, Islam, Judaism etc.

The Nag Hammadi is merely the worship of the Queen of Heaven which is no different than what the Vatican and pretty much the whole world worships. Although, I definitely know that those gods that created Adam and Eve are not the omnipresent, omnipotent, nor the omniscient type as they began to curse their creations. And from Jewish Lore, the serpent that was cursed could be Lilith in certain cases, but if that is true then the one that is called "Lucifer" would be a woman. There is a reason why the Statue of Liberty holds a torch because she is Lucifer (meaning "light bearer"). Then there is Washington "D.C." meaning "District of Columbia" which is the name of a goddess.

So, in the segment of "Queen of Heaven", I detail how Michael would be shown as a woman in the Catholic paintings, because they know he is really Athena the goddess of wisdom. She would be the holy spirit as Sophia (wisdom) who goes out to defeat the Red Dragon and binds him into the pits of Tartarus. She is Kali and Durga as the Devas kept getting defeated by the great demon Maishasura, who then gets defeated by her. 

So either way, there is always the same deity (male or female) in the different mythos that defeats a great demon and saves the heavenly forces from another force. But that is only shown in one perspective because those heavenly armies are really the black gods, like Zeus and the Olympians. As the story states, it was Athena goes out to save the gods from a great foe that the gods couldn't even defeat (you can see the different mythos repeats their part of the history as the chapter "peacock angel" states). And that great demon who has "red-hair" is a fire deity that became the enemy of the gods of heaven. He was eventually defeated and thus was propagandized as "Satan" the one that deceives the whole world as it's written in the Bible. However, as the research states in "Black God", "Queen of Heaven" and "Stairway to heaven", it shows the real deceivers are the very gods that gave the religions to the people, as they all lead back to the same worship of Baal and the Queen of heaven. So again, "history will always be written by the victors". (Also see "The Devas")