The game is afoot…
We of the Ascension Center Organization and ET Spirit Organization have joined forces with TJ Morris Organization to set the records straight of those Lightworkers as Spirits of the Originals.
I TJ taken on the Quest as “Keeper of the Flame” as of this date.
From this day forward consider me one of the Light Warriors who has taken on the power of the Holy Grail which is in me as the Serpentine Power of the Holy Pleroma, Galactic Center in the future Legends and Myths of the Serpentine Goddess.
I do this not only for my four daughters and grandaughters and grandsons but for all the alien ET children of the world that are now here and will come to this planet.
Thank you Robert Morningstar my Colleague on Planet Earth who has revised this knowledge that we know of that was from the beginning story that was watered down in cuneiform and later in the leather bound codice now known as the Nag Hammadi Codices.
There are many of our Avatar Ascended Masters who have attended to the Supreme Beings in the Cosmos.
Just as the fantasy and imagination of J.K. Rowling with the stories of the imagination that prepared the way for the world, we shall now introduce that which we of the Agashan and Nag Hammadi Seers and Advisors share a new birth for the ancient ones.
Thank you for sharing these words for which we shall learn the sharing of the truth for those who are of the way, the truth, and the light of that which we come from another Galaxy and join in sharing our libraries of the Akashic Field.
We shall meet everyone on the playing field of the Game of Life:
Who Wrote the Reptilian Agenda?
By John Lash
(Copyright 2010, John Lash – All Rights Reserved)
The Origin of the Annunaki Script
A Collector’s Edition entitled “Secrets of the Da Vinci Code,” published by US News and World Report, features a brief interview with James Robinson, general editor of the Nag Hammadi Library in English. Correcting Dan Brown’s reference to the Nag Hammadi texts as scrolls, Robinson points out: “They are codices – books with individual pages. They are actually the oldest example we have of leather bound books.”
Amazingly, whatever the significance of their content—and we have yet to comprehend what that might be—the Nag Hammadi Codices (NHC) are the earliest surviving examples of bound books. Close reading of these arcane materials shows that Gnostics, as teachers in the ancient Mysteries were called, were deeply concerned with an alien intrusion upon humankind.
Entities they called “Archons” appear to be identical to the ETs of modern UFOlogy. The codices indicate both Gray and reptilian types: namely, a reptilian or “drakonic” type and and a neonate type, suggested by the image of a prematurely born fetus. The former are the overlords, the latter, servile, robotic drones who obey a hive-mentality. The NHC do not contain graphic physical descriptions of these alien intruders, but present ample information to profile them comparatively with the two types of ETs most widely discussed today.
Perhaps one-fifth of the intelligible material in the NHC concerns the origin, methods, and motives of the “Archons,” also called “authorities, governers.”
Their name derives from arche-, “first, from the beginning,” because, according to Gnostic cosmology, they emerged at an early stage of the solar system previous to the formation of the earth. These bizarre entities may be regarded as a locust-like species of cyborgs with silicon-based bodies so designed to permit only brief forays into the earth’s oxygen-rich atmosphere. They inhabit the solar system at large, traveling among the planets in alien-engineered spacecraft. Gnostics texts hint that they may be compared to custodial engineers of the inanimate clockwork mechanism of the system. Some, but not all, UFO sightings and abductions may be attributed to them.
Although archons do exist physically, the real danger they pose to humanity is not invasion of the planet but invasion of the mind.
The archons are intrapsychic mind-parasites who access human consciousness through telepathy and simulation. They infect our imagination and use the power of make-believe for deception and confusion. Their pleasure is in deceit for its own sake, without a particular aim or purpose. They are robotic in nature, incapable of independent thought or choice, and have no particular agenda, except to live vicariously through human beings. They are bizarrely able to pretend an effect on humans, which they do not really have.
For instance, they cannot access human genetics, but they can pretend to do so, in such a way that humans fall for the pretended act, as if staged events were taken for real. In this respect, archons are the ultimate hoaxers. This is the essence of “archontic intrusion,” as I call it. The trick is, if humanity falls under the illusion of superhuman power, it becomes as good as real, a self-fulfilling delusion.
In the cosmic perspective, the archons present a dynamic aspect of the evolutionary scenario of humankind, through which human potential is tested. The Gnostic view of their role closely matches the “flyers” in The Active Side of Infinity, the last book of Carlos Castaneda, who says that the flyers are “the means by which the universe tests us.” There are numerous close parallels between Castaneda and Gnostic teachings.
This profile of the archons is not speculative. It follows what can be gathered from the Gnostic writings. For instance, NHC texts describe how the archons attempted to rape Eve—clearly a mythological rendition of genetic intervention. Such passages appear to support the claims of alien interbreeding so widely discussed today. But in the Gnostic account, the alien intruders did not succeed in this act of cross-species intervention: they tried but failed.
The notion that archons present a test to humanity—explicitly stated by Castaneda if one accepts the archon/flyers correlation—can also be traced in some NHC writings, especially The Apochryon of John. That text suggests that the Aeon Sophia, the cosmic intelligence of the earth, engages the archon species and uses their deviant and deceptive influence for such a purpose. The account of how the overlord of the authorities “committed adultery with Wisdom (Sophia)” and binds humanity to “a chain of blind compulsion (hiermarmene)” is baffling, to say the least (NHC II, 1:28.16).
To sort out and clarify what the Sophianic narrative may have to say about the test of the archons is a great challenge to our understanding of the Gnostic message and how it can benefit humanity today.