The Children of Agni

Here in this Chapter I will detail the symbolism behind the music, movies and pop cultural references to the Bible. Now, I didn't know the Chapter "The Truth about God" got deleted, so I will re-upload the old (and new) information, and just rename it "33".

Above details the "Gandaberunda", to which is the double headed Peacock form of Vishnu, then later becomes double headed Eagle of Freemasonry. In order to understand the Bible, you will have to understand Hinduism, then from there you will start to see where the symbols are based on, and why the religions of Christianity, Islam, Judaism etc. are really worshiping the Hindu God Vishnu, who in turn is the Christian Michael the Archangel and of course, "God".

The term God relates to Dios, Deus, Dyeus, Devas and Zeus, as the God that wields the thunderbolt against the opposing gods. Ever wonder why the popular comedy show "Family Guy" details Vishnu/Indra as the "real" God doing the works instead of the said Christian God and Jesus? (There is also a poltergeist episode detailing Stewie going into the T.V., and coming out stating that Jesus is actually Chinese. And behind the background of Indra shows a Moon and Saturn.....)

Now, I had my share of listening and reviewing Music videos as I started to understand the symbolism behind the works. Of course, you get Celebrities posing this supposed "Illuminati" symbolism of covering the eye (as the eye of Ra or Horus connecting to Saturn), even recently people have pointed out the symbol of LadyGaga's "dove" symbolism in the Presidential Inaguration. In the "Queen of Heaven" Chapter, the Dove symbolism is based on the Goddess Aphrodite, to which is the "Holy Spirit" in Christianity. People should note no matter the symbolism, whether you are Christian, Muslim, Jew or even a Satanist, understanding this will lead back to the "Sons of God". And as mentioned, there is the Album cover from Santana called "Abraxas", see "Queen of Heaven". 

Now on a personal note, I like to study music videos based on understanding the lyrics and symbolism (as these two tends to connect together). Based from the music video from "Alice in Chains", there are two significant videos that I took interest, one is "The Devil put the Dinosaurs here", to which I find is based on Religion and "who" gave these religions and Holidays. It is a rather disturbing video, but after understanding why Jesus had stated the parable of "the enemy sowing tares among the wheat", I start to understand how everyone became influenced by the worship of the Gods (See the Chapter "The Devas" and "Lord of Sirius 2").

Matthew 13 states this: "Another parable put he forth unto them, saying, The kingdom of heaven is likened unto a man which sowed good seed in his field: 25But while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat, and went his way. 26But when the blade was sprung up, and brought forth fruit, then appeared the tares also. 27So the servants of the householder came and said unto him, Sir, didst not thou sow good seed in thy field? from whence then hath it tares? 28He said unto them, An enemy hath done this. The servants said unto him, Wilt thou then that we go and gather them up? 29But he said, Nay; lest while ye gather up the tares, ye root up also the wheat with them. 30Let both grow together until the harvest: and in the time of harvest I will say to the reapers, Gather ye together first the tares, and bind them in bundles to burn them: but gather the wheat into my barn."

There is another video (when Layne Staley was alive) called "Grind", which is pretty much Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven", connecting to Genesis 28 (See "Stairway to Heaven" and "Prophets of Baal"). 

Then there is the Music video "Square and Hammer" by the band called "Ghost". And of course, you can see the six-pointed star symbolism, the "G" symbolism as it connects to the 7th letter, and the 7th celestial body (from the Sun) of the Solar system is Saturn. Now, I have heard that the term "Square and Hammer" is based on the Freemasonic cudgel that is used in court, but also, it is used as the weapon called the "Vajra" of the God Baal (Michael the Archangel), along with the Cube. You can see the Chapter "Lord of Sirius 2", "Peacock Angel" and "The Black God", to understand the connections of the ancient weapon of Zeus. Then as the lead singer carries the "Pope" image, you will see how this connects to the Aztec God of death "Mictlantecuhtli", and the Skull faced "Baron Samedhi". In the music video also details the band holding the "Hand of Sabazios" insignia, to which connects to Bacchus/Dionysus....(See "The Black God" an "Legend of the Bird") 

Now based on the inverted cross, we get the idea that it's basically a symbol of Satan, thus relating to the Catholic Pope and Satanism etc. Then based on other related info, states that it's based on St. Peter being crucified in this manner, because (as the story states) was unworthy to be crucifed in the upright manner as Jesus. The crucifixion of Odin on the tree of Yggdrasril is based on Odin hanging either upside down, or in the form of the cross (upright) for nine days (with a spear on his side) just to attain the wisdom. Of course, there is the story of how he sacrifices his "eye" as well.

Remember, Odin's day is based on "Wednesday" (Strange connection to "Ash Wednesday"), and is based on "Mercury" and "Hermes" (In Spanish is "Miercoles"). Hermes is shown with the Caduceus to which relates to the Queen of Heaven symbolism (which Iris would be the original wielder), the Tuathedanaan's Sun God Lugh and the God Dionysus (See "The Black God").

Now, based on the name "Peter" is really based on "Jupiter", as "Piter" and "Pater" is based on "Father" or Sky Father Jupiter. Just like Zeus is based on Dios, Dyeus to God, it relates to the "Sky Father" or God in Heaven. This is why the name "St. Peter's square" and "St. Peter's basilica" is referenced this way, because it's not a man but a Black God that is adored. The feet of St. Peter sticks out in the same manner as Zeus, along with the worship of the "Queen of Heaven", who is called "Vatika" the Goddess of death to which is named the Vatican. 

Then there is the band called "Betzefer", and the music video "The Devil went down to the holy Land". If you watch the beginning, you will see the "Beast" (see "Shiva in the Bible") putting a coin in slot machine that has "7 eyes". This is based on Revelation 5:6 “And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth.” (Also see the movie "Altered States" on the seven eyed lamb)

Now, I have seen the recent movie called "Psycho Goreman" directed by Steven konstanski, I find it to be hilarious (as it's like Power rangers but rated "R"). This is the same director from the movie "The Void", to which I highly recommend to watch, but in this movie details a lot of hidden lore based on mythology and the Bible. Here is an excerpt from the Wiki: "After an intense match of their homemade game "Crazy Ball", siblings Mimi (Nita-Josee Hanna) and Luke (Owen Myre) discover a strange, glowing gem in a hole that Luke has been forced to dig by the domineering Mimi for losing. That night, an alien monster emerges from the hole. The monster enters an old shoe factory and brutally kills a group of thieves hiding out there. The next day, Mimi and Luke follow a trail to the shoe factory discovering the monster."

"The monster identifies himself as "Arch-Duke of Nightmares", a deadly alien warrior imprisoned on earth after attempting to destroy the galaxy in a rampage. He prepares to kill the children only to discover Mimi is in possession of the gem which allows whoever wielding it to command him. Excited at this opportunity, Mimi dubs the alien "Psycho Goreman" or "PG" (Matthew Ninaber and Steven Vlahos) for short and quickly gets to work commanding PG around despite Luke's concerns."

"Meanwhile, a group of aliens called the "Planetary Alliance" discover PG has escaped the imprisonment they cast him in. They send Pandora (Kristen MacCulloch), a noble warrior and member of PG's mortal enemies "The Templars" to stop PG. Pandora assumes the appearance of a human woman and travels to Earth. Mimi and Luke introduce their friend Alastair to PG."

"PG tells the children how he was a slave to the Templars on his home planet Gigax until he discovered the gem which bonded with him, giving him endless strength and power. He assembled an army called "The Paladins of Obsidian" and overthrew the Templars. Filled with bloodlust, PG vowed to destroy the galaxy until the Templars and Planetary Alliance worked together to steal the gem and banish PG....."

Now, what does this remind you of? It's literally the same story of the Anunnaki gods enslaving the Igigi gods until their rebellion (See the Chapter "The rebellion"). The same goes for the rebellion of the Asuras against the Devas, to which leads to the battle of the Gods and Titans, Angels and Demons etc. Now, when observing the story of how an Angelic race enslaves another race, and one of the workers (PG) finds an amulet to which gives him unlimited power and strength, is merely the story of the "Red Dragon" (Enoch) becoming a God to defeat the Angels in Heaven.

In the story of the "Monkey King", Sun Wukong becomes immortal by eating the Peaches of immortality, the pills of enlongevity, and gets fueled by the fires of Samadhi, is the story of the Red dragon. Here is an excerpt on Sun Wukong: "...In Journey to the West , the Sun Wukong is a monkey born from a stone who acquires supernatural powers through Taoist practices. After rebelling against heaven he is imprisoned under a mountain by the Buddha...."

"He reaches high levels the authorities of Heaven leave unguarded, for they can only be accessed by high level immortals with the very highest levels of pure spirituality/spiritual-powers; something that they, erroneously, just never associated the Monkey King with. On realizing he's at Dou Shuai Palace at the top of the 33 layers, Sun Wukong steals and consumes Laozi's Pills of Immortality, Xi Wangmu's Peaches of immortality, takes the remainder of the Jade Emperor's royal wine, then escapes back to his kingdom in preparation for his rebellion. The Jade Emperor refuses to accept Gold Star's counsel to find another peaceful way to deal with Sun Wukong and orders his forces to mobilize...."

Understand that Sun Wukong was on the "33rd" step, as this case was knowing and attaining immortality..... 

However, based from the story of Sun Wukong goes back to the monkey deity "Hanuman", but even goes further back to the story of AGNI (Garuda), as a Bird like God that had fought against Heaven, thus renamed the "Red Dragon" in Revelations 12 (See "The God of fire"). This is later shown as Michael the Archangel defeating the being called Satan, whereas this was a rebellion getting quelled.

Again, this is shown throughout the different mythos as the Gods defeating the Titans, the Devas defeating the Asuras, the Anunnaki defeating the Igigi, the armies of Huang-di (Yellow Emperor) defeating the armies of Chiyou, Horus battling Set, to the Christian Michael the archangel defeating the Red Dragon and His forces, and God defeating Satan.

The weapon that is used to defeat the God of fire is the "Vajra" weapon. Here you already see "God" handling the thunderbolt weapon, and Michael the Archangel (as they are one and the same) using this weapon to defeat the opposing God. Indra battling Vritra (AGNI), Horus against Set, Baal against Yam, Marduk/Ninurta against the Anzu Bird is where the Christian God defeating Satan is based on. 

Now, in the movie ("Psycho Goreman") details some very significant symbolism relating to the Pyramids being built, and the religion of the "Templars" (Angels), as their right to rule over this particular race, and their Cross-like symbol, is all too familiar (As it's based on Christianity). It states that Psycho Goreman would wreck havoc upon the Angels/Templars, until an alliance was established to quell and imprison this being. Let's see this "all too familar" setting based on the Biblical stand point. 

Revelation Chapter 20 "1And I saw an angel come down from heaven, having the key of the bottomless pit and a great chain in his hand. 2And he laid hold on the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan, and bound him a thousand years, 3And cast him into the bottomless pit, and shut him up, and set a seal upon him, that he should deceive the nations no more, till the thousand years should be fulfilled: and after that he must be loosed a little season."

The "Dragon" that was bound by the Angel and later is loosed, is none other the story of Prometheus being bound the Titans Kratos and Bia (and sometimes Haephestus). As the Theogony of Hesiod states of Prometheus stealing the fire to give to Mankind (to which Zeus had previously taken away), was a reference of "attaining" the Knowledge of Good and Evil in Genesis. The Gods didn't want mankind to "think for themselves", and feared of them becoming immortal, (if they ate from the Tree of life and lived forever) which is why they kicked them out of the Garden. 

However, based on another alternative reason why Prometheus was bound in chains, is because he was responsible for cutting Dionysus into pieces. Though this is later deemed the Titans that had cut up Dionysus into pieces and ate him (all leaving the either the heart or phallus), this story connects to the fire God Set cutting up Osiris in the Egyptian Lore. Then later Dionysus is then resurrected by Zeus (or Athena), to which connects to the resurrection story of Osiris (as Horus) who then goes out to defeat Set. Thus the "reborn" story circulates throughout the different story based on the Cross and resurrection (See "The Queen of Heaven" and "Prophets of Baal"). 

Now, the story of Loki who indirectly killed the God of light Baldr, also plays the same role as Prometheus, who is then found and bound by the Aesirs. Then it goes to Sun Wukong who was defeating the Gods until his apparent defeat by the Buddha, who in turn is Vishnu, Krishna and the Christian God Jesus Christ/Michael the Archangel, is all familiar. Loki, Prometheus, Sun Wukong, the Red Dragon, AGNI, Garuda is the God that was bound by the opposing Gods, until freed from His imprisonment. It's no wonder why the God of fire states this in Deuteronomy 32:

"37And he shall say, Where are their gods, their rock in whom they trusted, 38Which did eat the fat of their sacrifices, and drank the wine of their drink offerings? let them rise up and help you, and be your protection. 39See now that I, even I, am he, and there is no god with me: I kill, and I make alive; I wound, and I heal: neither is there any that can deliver out of my hand. 40For I lift up my hand to heaven, and say, I live for ever."

"41If I whet my glittering sword, and mine hand take hold on judgment; I will render vengeance to mine enemies, and will reward them that hate me. 42I will make mine arrows drunk with blood, and my sword shall devour flesh; and that with the blood of the slain and of the captives, from the beginning of revenges upon the enemy. 43Rejoice, O ye nations, with his people: for he will avenge the blood of his servants, and will render vengeance to his adversaries, and will be merciful unto his land, and to his people."

Now, who are The God of fire's adversaries? And why does He want vengeance? You can read that the God of fire is "proud" and "jealous" and is called a "Consuming fire" for reason, and based from the description of this God being a very "bloody God of war" who carries a sword and arrows, is just like the movie character "Psycho Goreman". 

This shows Prometheus, Loki, AGNI, Rudra, Sun Wukong, Garuda all would have "red hair", thus connecting to the God of fire in the bible. The other Gods really have nothing to with the Children of Israel (Aryans), until these Historians started to change the scriptures, and hide the real truth of what's been going on (and still is going on). If you read "The Black God", "Prophets of Baal", "Peacock Angel" and "Queen of Heaven", then you should know that Christianity came before the real Prophet Jesus had walked the Earth, and that people were already "bound" by the religions of the "Sons of God".

This is why the Roman Catholic Church rules the whole world and everybody's History, and even if the children are not in power, just like the Bible states, the power is transfered to the Chaldean people. Based from Anne Wilkes' "Ireland: Ur of the Chaldees", details the connections of the people in Europe to the Chaldean race (as this is the people that Abraham came from).

So the question is, was this power transfer all about revealing what Babylon is based on? And why the Children of Israel and the whole world, keeps worshipping the Babylonian Gods to this day? What if the way it is written about the Prophecies, was not the original scripture due to the change. It is interesting as I find the Bible does show Baal speaking to the Israelites (to which they tried to fool the reader), as I started to see the symbolism of the four living creatures (See "The Devas"). And that God that Daniel is shown in "Daniel 7" based on the Prophecies "is" Baal" himself. But to see how the Gnostic books tries to detail the God of the Isrealites to being the "Yaldabaoth" the Demiurge, is only half the truth....

(The Mandorla symbolism. See "Prophets of Baal") 

Here is what the Wiki states of "Yaldabaoth": "In the Platonic, Neopythagorean, Middle Platonic, and Neoplatonic schools of philosophy, the demiurge is an artisan-like figure responsible for fashioning and maintaining the physical universe. The Gnostics adopted the term demiurge. Although a fashioner, the demiurge is not necessarily the same as the creator figure in the monotheistic sense, because the demiurge itself and the material from which the demiurge fashions the universe are both considered to be consequences of something else. Depending on the system, they may be considered to be either uncreated and eternal or the product of some other entity."

"The word demiurge is an English word derived from demiurgus, a Latinised form of the Greek δημιουργός or dēmiurgós. It was originally a common noun meaning "craftsman" or "artisan", but gradually came to mean "producer", and eventually "creator". The philosophical usage and the proper noun derive from Plato's Timaeus, written c. 360 BC, where the demiurge is presented as the creator of the universe."

"The demiurge is also described as a creator in the Platonic (c. 310–90 BC) and Middle Platonic (c. 90 BC – AD 300) philosophical traditions. In the various branches of the Neoplatonic school (third century onwards), the demiurge is the fashioner of the real, perceptible world after the model of the Ideas, but (in most Neoplatonic systems) is still not itself "the One". In the arch-dualist ideology of the various Gnostic systems, the material universe is evil, while the non-material world is good. According to some strains of Gnosticism, the demiurge is malevolent, as it is linked to the material world. In others, including the teaching of Valentinus, the demiurge is simply ignorant or misguided...."

Neoplatonism: "Plotinus and the later Platonists worked to clarify the Demiurge. To Plotinus, the second emanation represents an uncreated second cause (see Pythagoras' Dyad). Plotinus sought to reconcile Aristotle's energeia with Plato's Demiurge, which, as Demiurge and mind (nous), is a critical component in the ontological construct of human consciousness used to explain and clarify substance theory within Platonic realism (also called idealism). In order to reconcile Aristotelian with Platonian philosophy, Plotinus metaphorically identified the demiurge (or nous) within the pantheon of the Greek Gods as Zeus...." (This is where the "Yaldabaoth" connects to Yahweh)

"....One Gnostic mythos describes the declination of aspects of the divine into human form. Sophia (Greek: Σοφία, lit. 'wisdom'), the Demiurge's mother and partial aspect of the divine Pleroma or "Fullness," desired to create something apart from the divine totality, without the receipt of divine assent. In this act of separate creation, she gave birth to the monstrous Demiurge and, being ashamed of her deed, wrapped him in a cloud and created a throne for him within it. The Demiurge, isolated, did not behold his mother, nor anyone else, and concluded that only he existed, ignorant of the superior levels of reality."

"The Demiurge, having received a portion of power from his mother, sets about a work of creation in unconscious imitation of the superior Pleromatic realm: He frames the seven heavens, as well as all material and animal things, according to forms furnished by his mother; working, however, blindly and ignorant even of the existence of the mother who is the source of all his energy. He is blind to all that is spiritual, but he is king over the other two provinces. The word dēmiurgos properly describes his relation to the material; he is the father of that which is animal like himself."

"Thus Sophia's power becomes enclosed within the material forms of humanity, themselves entrapped within the material universe: the goal of Gnostic movements was typically the awakening of this spark, which permitted a return by the subject to the superior, non-material realities which were its primal source...."

Angels: "Psalm 82 begins (verse 1), "God stands in the assembly of El [LXX: assembly of gods], in the midst of the gods he renders judgment", indicating a plurality of gods, although it does not indicate that these gods were co-actors in creation. Philo had inferred from the expression "Let us make man" of the Book of Genesis that God had used other beings as assistants in the creation of man, and he explains in this way why man is capable of vice as well as virtue, ascribing the origin of the latter to God, of the former to his helpers in the work of creation. The earliest Gnostic sects ascribe the work of creation to angels, some of them using the same passage in Genesis. So Irenaeus tells of the system of Simon Magus, of the system of Menander, of the system of Saturninus, in which the number of these angels is reckoned as seven, and of the system of Carpocrates."

"In the report of the system of Basilides, we are told that our world was made by the angels who occupy the lowest heaven; but special mention is made of their chief, who is said to have been the God of the Jews, to have led that people out of the land of Egypt, and to have given them their law. The prophecies are ascribed not to the chief but to the other world-making angels. The Latin translation, confirmed by Hippolytus of Rome, makes Irenaeus state that according to Cerinthus (who shows Ebionite influence), creation was made by a power quite separate from the Supreme God and ignorant of him. Theodoret, who here copies Irenaeus, turns this into the plural number "powers", and so Epiphanius of Salamis represents Cerinthus as agreeing with Carpocrates in the doctrine that the world was made by angels."

Yaldabaoth: "In the Ophite and Sethian systems, which have many affinities with the teachings of Valentinus, the making of the world is ascribed to a company of seven archons, whose names are given, but still more prominent is their chief, "Yaldabaoth" (also known as "Yaltabaoth" or "Ialdabaoth"). In the Apocryphon of John c. AD 120–180, the demiurge arrogantly declares that he has made the world by himself:

"Now the archon ["ruler"] who is weak has three names. The first name is Yaltabaoth, the second is Saklas ["fool"], and the third is Samael. And he is impious in his arrogance which is in him. For he said, 'I am God and there is no other God beside me,' for he is ignorant of his strength, the place from which he had come."

"He is Demiurge and maker of man, but as a ray of light from above enters the body of man and gives him a soul, Yaldabaoth is filled with envy; he tries to limit man's knowledge by forbidding him the fruit of knowledge in paradise. At the consummation of all things, all light will return to the Pleroma. But Yaldabaoth, the Demiurge, with the material world, will be cast into the lower depths. Yaldabaoth is frequently called "the Lion-faced", leontoeides, and is said to have the body of a serpent. The demiurge is also described as having a fiery nature, applying the words of Moses to him: "the Lord our God is a burning and consuming fire". Hippolytus claims that Simon used a similar description."

"In Pistis Sophia, Yaldabaoth has already sunk from his high estate and resides in Chaos, where, with his forty-nine demons, he tortures wicked souls in boiling rivers of pitch, and with other punishments (pp. 257, 382). He is an archon with the face of a lion, half flame, and half darkness. Under the name of Nebro (rebel), Yaldabaoth is called an angel in the apocryphal Gospel of Judas."

"He is first mentioned in "The Cosmos, Chaos, and the Underworld" as one of the twelve angels to come "into being [to] rule over chaos and the [underworld]". He comes from heaven, and it is said his "face flashed with fire and [his] appearance was defiled with blood". Nebro creates six angels in addition to the angel Saklas to be his assistants. These six, in turn, create another twelve angels "with each one receiving a portion in the heavens".

The most probable derivation of the name "Yaldabaoth" was that given by Johann Karl Ludwig Gieseler. Gieseler believed the name was derived from the Aramaic yaldā bahuth, ילדאבהות, meaning "Son of Chaos". However, Gilles Quispel notes: Gershom Scholem, the third genius in this field, more specifically the genius of precision, has taught us that some of us were wrong when they believed that Jaldabaoth means "son of chaos", because the Aramaic word bahutha in the sense of chaos only existed in the imagination of the author of a well-known dictionary."

"This is a pity because this name would suit the demiurge risen from chaos to a nicety. And perhaps the author of the Untitled Document did not know Aramaic and also supposed as we did once, that baoth had something to do with tohuwabohu, one of the few Hebrew words that everybody knows...."

"It would seem then that the Orphic view of the demiurge was integrated into Jewish Gnosticism even before the redaction of the myth contained in the original Apocryphon of John. ... Phanes is represented with the mask of a lion's head on his breast, while from his sides the heads of a ram and a buck are budding forth: his body is encircled by a snake. This type was accepted by the Mithras mysteries, to indicate Aion, the new year, and Mithras, whose numerical value is 365. Sometimes he is also identified with Jao Adonai, the creator of the Hebrews. His hieratic attitude indicates Egyptian origin. The same is true of the monstrous figure with the head of a lion, which symbolises Time, Chronos, in Mithraism; Alexandrian origin of this type is probable."

"Samael" literally means "Blind God" or "God of the Blind" in Hebrew (סמאל‎). This being is considered not only blind, or ignorant of its own origins but may, in addition, be evil; its name is also found in Judaism as the Angel of Death and in Christian demonology. This link to Judeo-Christian tradition leads to a further comparison with Satan. Another alternative title for the demiurge is "Saklas", Aramaic for "fool". The angelic name "Ariel" (Hebrew: 'the lion of God') has also been used to refer to the Demiurge and is called his "perfect" name; in some Gnostic lore, Ariel has been called an ancient or original name for Ialdabaoth. The name has also been inscribed on amulets as "Ariel Ialdabaoth", and the figure of the archon inscribed with "Aariel".

Now, based from the excerpts in the Wiki, details that the God of this World and the Israelites is a "lion faced" deity. Then people will state that this very God that took the Israelites is none other than "Yaldabaoth", as the Gnostic indicates. However I will state that this how the God of the Israelites is actually AGNI, and not the lion faced God who holds the "Vajra" weapon (Indra). This is where the confusion occurs and needs to be seperated, but first let's connect Yaldabaoth to the God "Phanes" and the God "Nergal".

"Phanes /ˈfeɪˌniːz/ (romanized: Phánēs\) or Protogonus (Ancient Greek: romanized: Prōtogónos, lit. 'first-born') was the mystic primeval deity of procreation and the generation of new life, who was introduced into Greek mythology by the Orphic tradition; other names for this Classical Greek Orphic concept included Ericapaeus or Erikepaios (Ancient Greek: romanized: 'power') and Metis ("thought"). 

"In Orphic cosmogony, Phanes is often equated with Eros and Mithras and has been depicted as a deity emerging from a cosmic egg, entwined with a serpent. He had a helmet and had broad, golden wings. The Orphic cosmogony is bizarre, and quite unlike the creation sagas offered by Homer and Hesiod. Scholars have suggested that Orphism is "un-Greek" even "Asiatic" in conception, because of its inherent dualism. Chronos (Time) is said to have created the silver egg of the universe, out of which burst the androgynous first-born deity Phanes, or Phanes-Dionysos. Phanes was a male God, in an Orphic hymn he is named as "Lord Priapos".

Phanes was a deity of light and goodness, whose name meant "to bring light" or "to shine"; a first-born god of light who emerged from a void or a watery abyss and gives birth to the universe. Nyx (Night) is variously said to be Phanes' daughter or older wife. Many threads of earlier myths are apparent in the new tradition. Phanes was believed to have been hatched from the World-Egg of Chronos (Time) and Ananke (Necessity or Fate) or Nyx in the form of a black bird and wind. His older wife Nyx called him Protogenus. As she created nighttime, Phanes created daytime, and also created the method of creation by mingling. He was made the ruler of the deities and passed the sceptre to Nyx. This new Orphic tradition states that Nyx later gave the sceptre to her son Uranos before it passed to Cronus and then to Zeus, who retained it."

"According to Aristophanes, whence Phanes is called Eros, he was born from an egg created by Nyx and placed in the boundless lap of Erebus, after which he mates with Chaos and creates the flying creatures. This passage seeks to demonstrate that the flying creatures are considered older than all other living creatures, even older than the other gods." (The "Egg" symbolism is based on Easter, the Pine Cone in the Vatican, and the Mandorla. See "Prophets of Baal") 

The "Protogonos Theogony" is known through the commentary in the Derveni papyrus and references in Empedocles and Pindar. According to Damascius, Phanes was the first god "expressible and acceptable to human ears" . Another Orphic hymn states: "You scattered the dark mist that lay before your eyes and, flapping your wings, you whirled about, and throughout this world you brought pure light."

"For this I call you Phanes, I call you Lord Priapos, I call you sparkling with bright eyes." The Derveni Papyrus refers to Phanes: "Of the First-born king, the neverend one; and upon him all the immortals grew, blessed gods and goddesses and rivers and lovely springs and everything else that had then been born; and he himself became the sole one". Dionysus or Zagreus of the Orphic tradition is intimately connected to Protogonos. In Orphic Hymn 30, he is given a list of epithets that also allude to Protogonos:

"primeval, two-natured, thrice-born, Bacchic lord, savage, ineffable, secretive, two-horned, two-shaped."

"In the Orphic tradition, Dionysus-Protogonos-Phanes is a dying and rising god. Eusebius tells us the story of his death and recreation. The Titans boil the dismembered limbs of Dionysus in a kettle, they roast him on a spit and eat the roasted "sacrificial meat", then Athena rescues the still-beating heart from which (according to Olympiodorus) Zeus is able to recreate the god and bring him back to life. Kessler has argued that this cult of death and resurrection of Dionysus developed the 4th century CE; and together with Mithraism and other sects this cult formed, were in direct competition with early Christianity during late Antiquity."

Then based from the God Nergal states this: "Nergal, Nirgal, or Nirgali" is a deity that was worshipped throughout ancient Mesopotamia (Akkad, Assyria, and Babylonia) with the main seat of his worship at Cuthah represented by the mound of Tell-Ibrahim. Other names for him are Erra and Irra. Nergal is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible as the deity of the city of Cuth (Cuthah): "And the men of Babylon made Succoth-benoth, and the men of Cuth made Nergal" (2 Kings, 17:30). According to the Talmudists, his emblem was a cockerel and Nergal means a "dunghill cock", although standard iconography pictured Nergal as a lion. He is a son of Enlil and Ninlil, along with Nanna and Ninurta."

"Nergal seems to be, in part, a solar deity, sometimes identified with Shamash, but only representative of a certain phase of the sun. Portrayed in hymns and myths as a god of war and pestilence, Nergal seems to represent the sun of noontime and of the summer solstice that brings destruction, high summer being the dead season in the Mesopotamian annual cycle. He has also been called "the king of sunset". Over time Nergal developed from a war god to a god of the underworld."

"In the mythology, this occurred when Enlil and Ninlil gave him the underworld. Nergal was also the deity who presides over the netherworld, and who stands at the head of the special pantheon assigned to the government of the dead (supposed to be gathered in a large cave known as Aralu or Irkalla). In this capacity, he has associated with him a goddess Allatu or Ereshkigal, though at one time Allatu may have functioned as the sole mistress of Aralu, ruling in her own person."

"In some texts, the god Ninazu is the son of Nergal and Allatu/Ereshkigal. Ordinarily, Nergal pairs with his consort Laz. Standard iconography pictured Nergal as a lion, and boundary-stone monuments symbolise him with a mace surmounted by the head of a lion. Nergal's fiery aspect appears in names or epithets such as Lugalgira, Lugal-banda (Nergal as the fighting-cock), Sharrapu ("the burner", a reference to his manner of dealing with outdated teachings), Erra, Gibil (though this name more properly belongs to Nusku), and Sibitti or Seven."

"A certain confusion exists in cuneiform literature between Ninurta (slayer of Asag and wielder of Sharur, an enchanted mace) and Nergal. Nergal has epithets such as the "raging king", the "furious one", and the like. A play upon his name—separated into three elements as Ne-uru-gal (light of the great Ûru; lord of the great dwelling)—expresses his position at the head of the nether-world pantheon."

"In the late Babylonian astral-theological system, Nergal is related to the planet Mars. As a fiery god of destruction and war, Nergal doubtless seemed an appropriate choice for the red planet, and he was equated by the Greeks to the war-god Ares (Latin Mars)—hence the current name of the planet. In Assyro-Babylonian ecclesiastical art, the great lion-headed colossi serving as guardians to the temples and palaces seem to symbolise Nergal, just as the bull-headed colossi probably typify Ninurta."

"According to this myth, the gods have created a banquet for which all deities are invited. However, Ereshkigal is unable to leave the underworld. Instead, she sends her son Namtar to take a share of the feast. When Namtar arrives, the other deities rise out of respect except for Erra. Insulted, Namtar goes home and tells his mother. Enki and other gods tell Nergal to enter the underworld. Nergal takes with him 14 demons."

"When he arrives, the gatekeeper Neti gets orders from Ereshkigal to allow him through the seven gates, stripping him of everything until the throne room, where he would be killed. But at each gate, Nergal posts two demons. When he gets to the throne he knocks over Namtar and drags Ereshkigal to the floor. He is about to kill her with his ax when she pleads for her life, promising her as his wife and to share her power with him. He consents. However, Nergal must still leave the underworld for six months, so Ereshkigal gives him back his demons and allows him to traverse the upper world for that time, after which he returns to her. This myth shows how war is fought in seasons." (This story connects to Shiva not getting invited to the Baquet of the Gods...)

Then when you look up the "Sharur", the Wiki states this: "Sharur, which means "smasher of thousands" is the weapon and symbol of the god Ninurta. Sumerian mythic sources describe it as an enchanted talking mace. It has been suggested as a possible precursor for similar objects in other mythology such as Arthurian lore. Sharur plays a prominent role in an incident in which Ninurta is described as using it to defeat Asag, a monstrous demon; Sharur has the power to fly across vast distances without impediment and communicate with its wielder. This myth receives its most complete treatment in the epic Lugal-e, which in English is rendered as "The Exploits of Ninurta (O Warrior King)".

"According to this text, Sharur's role in the battle is not only as a weapon. It provides crucial intelligence to the hero, acting as an emissary between the god Enlil and Ninurta and relating to him the former's will, including a command to slay the architect Kur, a primeval serpent god venerated in Babylon, as well as a strategy to defeat Asag. Kur is associated with mountains and the primordial elements."

Now, you should grasp how the God Nergal is really the same as the God Marduk and Ninurta. Nergal is shown to have the symbol of the "Lion" and "Cockeral", to which details the connections to "Yaldabaoth" and the God Murugan. Murugan is the Peacock Angel that fights against the Tarakasura, and is basically Michael the Archangel battling the Red Dragon in Revelations 12. He is also Phanes, Prajapati, Dionysus, Zagreus, Mithra and Jesus Christ of the Christians (See "Saturn Rothschildia", Case of Akhenaten" and "Queen of Heaven").

The original symbol of the God of fire is the fiery bird (Garuda) that had fought against the Gods in Heaven, but the lion, the Cockeral and the lamb symbolism belongs to Baal, who is Jesus Christ the "real" God of this world. This is why this Jesus Christ is called the "Lion of Judah", as the lion symbolism connects to Vishnu's lion form called "Narasimha", and the six-pointed star or the "Star of Moloch" is a present symbol representing Jesus Christ. This is why there were two deities that had made covenants with Abraham instead of one....(See "Stairway to Heaven")

The God of this world is Jesus Christ, and is the Demiurge and ruler of this world. The real Prophet who is then called Jesus, had spoken many times against the "Prince of this world", and it turns out that's Jesus Christ the "Prince of this world". So, this is why the Bible was changed to get people to worship the God Baal, who is known as "Dagon" and Moloch, as to divert people away from the truth of what's really going on behind religion. It wouldn't make sense if the God that took the Israelites out of Egypt is Moloch, Dagon, Baal, and yet spoke against himself.

This is why there are scriptures like this: Psalms Chapter 47: "1(To the chief Musician, A Psalm for the sons of Korah.) O clap your hands, all ye people; shout unto God with the voice of triumph. 2For the LORD most high is terrible; he is a great King over all the earth. 3He shall subdue the people under us, and the nations under our feet. 4He shall choose our inheritance for us, the excellency of Jacob whom he loved. Selah. 5God is gone up with a shout, the LORD with the sound of a trumpet. 6Sing praises to God, sing praises: sing praises unto our King, sing praises. 7For God is the King of all the earth: sing ye praises with understanding. 8God reigneth over the heathen: God sitteth upon the throne of his holiness. 9The princes of the people are gathered together, even the people of the God of Abraham: for the shields of the earth belong unto God: he is greatly exalted."

If God is the "King of the World", then you know hat it pertains to the God Indra. This is why the Chapter "King of the World" by Rene' Guenon details the lands of Israel (which is Tibet, China, India), all details a hidden Kingdom below the Earth (and else where). However, the God that told the Israelites not to worship Baal is the God labeled as the "Red Dragon" in the Bible, who is AGNI. 

Then comes the movie called "The Truman Show", which basically details how the world is not what it seems. The symbols of "Sirius", "666", the Dome, and how the people on the outside is watching people on the inside (Like Television). If this is the case, then perhaps these rumors of the "Galactic Federation", or other Parties of beings come to watch what the people on Earth are doing, are true. 

Whatever the case, the story states how Truman Burbank lives his life not realizing that the people around him are actors, and that the Director (who is named "Christof", like Jesus Christ) watches Truman to make sure he has a "normal life". In one point of the Movie details Truman falling in love with a girl, who in turn tries to tell him what's going on, but gets ousted.

Here is an excerpt from "The Truman Show": "....One evening, the production staff discovers that the sleeping Truman is completely out of their sight. Marlon is sent to check on Truman, finding that he has left an inflatable snowman dummy and a tape recorder playing snoring sounds in his place, and has disappeared through a makeshift tunnel. Marlon breaks character, revealing that Truman is gone, and Christof orders the first transmission cut in the show's history, while a citywide search for Truman is launched."

"Audiences around the world, including the media, are drawn to this sudden change. Truman is found sailing out of Seahaven, having conquered his fear of water. Christof resumes the broadcast and, after an attempt to fetch Truman and return him to Seahaven fails, he sends a man-made lightning storm to try to capsize the boat."

"Both network executives and the show's production crew fear that Truman may die on live television, and Christof's bosses and assistants demand that he end the storm, but Christof ignores them. Despite being thrown overboard, Truman manages to persist; realizing he cannot dissuade Truman any further, Christof finally ends the storm. Truman continues to sail until his boat strikes the wall of the dome. He finds an exit door, but Christof, speaking directly to Truman through a speaker system, tries to convince him to stay, stating there is "no more truth" in the real world and that by staying in his artificial world, he would have nothing to fear."

"Truman considers this, then states: "In case I don't see you... good afternoon, good evening, and good night," (previously his catch-phrase), takes a bow, and exits. The viewers cheer Truman on, while Sylvia races to greet him. Defeated, Christof's supervisors finally end the program on a shot of the open exit door, and the viewers check their television guides to see what else is on television."

So, based from the popular story based on the UFO's connection to the Anunnaki, details that these extraterrestrials had came to Earth and had enslaved a race called the Igigi, until their rebellion. This is then quelled, and then mankind was created to be serviced to the Gods, to which pars with Genesis, as man was made to work for the Gods.

In the "Gospel of Judas", details a group of Angels, and one called "Saklas", and the other called "Nebro", who is a God defiled with blood. In one of the stories of the "Nag Hammadi" details a similar story, though one of the Angels had rebelled against Yaldabaoth. From the Christian's point of view, details that Lucifer had rebelled against God due to his pride, though that is not the full story...

Then based from Islam details Iblis didn't want to bow down to Adam based on Allah's orders, and yet, in the Yezidi version states Melek Taus was the one who created Adam. So, how can Melek Taus be Iblis? Iblis is clearly the Ibis (Thoth) connecting to Enoch and AGNI, as the one who became immortal. If Iblis had a mind of his own, then for sure he can think for himself. Melek Taus is Baal (Michael the Archangel), and the "God" that everyone worships in these religions, also tells me that the Creator is not what people think. In other accounts, it was Prometheus who had created man, and Athena giving the breath to give life to man, is very much compared the Genesis creation and the Sumerian creation.

It's easy to get an idea of fearing a God by worshiping him, though one is supposed to be the loving kind and the other the raging kind. The God of fire in the Bible is somewhat an "antihero", as this God doesn't give a hoot whom He slays, but knows that He has enemies (not of this world). However, the other Gods are not so benevolent, no matter how people would want to portray them. The God in Christianity is a Black God along with the Black Goddess (Queen of Heaven), and yet, people will state that is our Creator, or we are God's children.

There is no such thing as "we are God's children", as far as research goes, because you can clearly see that "God" is merely Zeus, the God of fire is a totally different God, and then there is the Queen of Heaven. The God of fire told the Israelites to destroy certain nations when they were traveling to India and China, but that statement didn't apply to those people that were destroyed. Then what about the Giants? Or the Canaanites? The God of fire states that He hates the Amalekites and wanted to wiped them off from the face of the Earth. They had their own gods and their own culture, and from that shows you that the God of the Aryans is "different", than the gods of those nations.

So, how can the God of fire be the "King of the World", when the whole world worshiped Baal and Ashtoreth? Then when you cancel the idea of an "invisible" God that governs mankind, then you start to see that people are merely dealing with "hidden forces", or something that is out of this world. There are plenty of evidence of the different "Angels", "Gods", "Extraterrestrials" or "Aliens" (as Ufology or Religion wants to portray them), have influenced mankind's Evolution involvement, to which pars with the "Book of Enoch" (with the exception of the Giants being spawn from the "Sons of God") But from understanding these symbols speaks very clear to me, and that is, "God" is not what people think.....

This will be the end of this Chapter, but it is interesting to understand what is really going on in this world, to who the real Aryans are, and why everyone has these symbols altogether. Like I stated previously, it is good for not take my words but study for yourself, because that's what real learning is all about. I lay down different sources, topics from said Websites, and information based from different the books to connect A,B and C together. Of course, this will anger (or have already angered) people because I detailed something that is true about the Gods and their religions, but people have to know that "truth fears no investigation" (regardless), and that the world is not what people think. We have these symbols for a reason, all from the Cross, the Vajra, the Pine Cone, the Egg, the Pillar, the 5 and 6 pointed star etc. all indicate the "Sons of God" in the Bible. So again, its based upon the person's intentions, and to do their own research in these subjects.