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Cosmos from internal

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Finally found a separate universe in the body
Nice to meet you all
Even if the night falls, I can have a stable heart and love now
So happy!
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Re: Cosmos from internal

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Welcome Zuann! Very glad to hear you've caught a glimpse of 'Christ' or 'Barbelo' as Judas called it.

Congratulations to all those who progress the path of forming thy Merkabah. (Mem Resh Kaf Beth)
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As above so barbelo?
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zuann welcome to the Oracle Forum community and thank you for your post.

Thought this sliver of knowledge might underpin the discussion, the way the thread's evolving, back to the Gnostic gospels thank you for the contributions to the thread so far. Redbeck

The “Gospel of Judas” has been known about since the second century, in one way, it is simply another of the Gnostic Gospels, like those found at Nag Hammadi, in Egypt, in 1945. The same unorthodox Christian documents mentioned elsewhere in this forum, were written by, or at least circulated within, communities of eccentric faith that flourished in the first and second centuries. These Gospels contain a series of variations on Christian belief: for instance the seemingly irredeemable corruption of the hegemony dominating the world we live in, the revelation of a hidden truth that the Old Testament God who created this world was either an ignorant or malevolent demiurge, and Jesus’ essence as a being of pure spirit, an emissary from another and higher realm. What makes this second-century Gnostic Gospel different is perhaps the extreme aggression of its perceived heresy against a more traditional Christian canon. In the words of one commentator it is “Christianity turned on its head.” Indeed it amounts to turning the whole story on its head by making its villain the hero.

Written in Coptic, what is not really a conventional gospel format as we know it, begins just before Jesus’ last Passover in Jerusalem, the disciples are offering a prayer to God over the dinner table. However, as Jesus watches them he laughs, an action unheard of in familiar gospels “Why are you laughing at us?” the offended disciples ask.
The disciples are angry at Jesus’ condescending manner, all except for Judas, who believes he knows what the laughter signifies.

Judas: “I know who you are and where you have come from, you are from the immortal realm of Barbelo.”
Startled by his insight Jesus addresses Judas, “Step away from the others and I shall tell you the mysteries of the Kingdom.”

The true mystery unveiled by Jesus, describes a far flung world out in the cosmos beyond the visible stars where exists a divine, blessed realm, free of the fierce materialism of this earthly world. This realm known as Barbelo, the name that gnostics gave the celestial Mother, who lives in that place with among others, her progeny, a good God uncharacteristically known as the Self-Generated One. Jesus, it turns out, is not the son of the Old Testament God, whose retinue includes a rebellious creator known as Yaldabaoth, who is an avatar of Adam’s third son, Seth.

Jesus, we learn, was laughing at the disciples’ prayer because it was addressed to their God, the Old Testament God, whom he feels is no friend of mankind but, rather, the cause of its suffering. His objective is to show the true descendants of Seth the way to Barbelo.


http://973-eht-namuh-973.com/Alchemy/ADVENT%202196.htm


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Re: Cosmos from internal - JERUS-ALEM = JESUS-MALE

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Dear zuann some guiding signposts to follow from David Denison site founder, content architect and creator. Delve deep down into the knowledge through the links below and you will be amazed at the contents, you will find extract images from within these links underneath that will guide you through the labyrinth. Probably the best way for you to appreciate the immense alpha-numeric power that converges behind our intention to help save the world and then make it a better place.
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