In the twenty-first day of the second month of the year of our LORD, 2007, the author consulted with The Spirit of The LORD and this was what The Spirit revealed to the author:
At this point this author was enlightened and promised himself to write this article to correct the scriptures and inform as many unsuspecting fellow humans as possible of the true nature of God. For this God appeared to be a spiteful, angry, hateful and vicious God, who was looking for the right excuse to strike humans with misery and pain.
May His SON therefore have mercy on all of us and spare us from falling into His hands. For if this God exists, then He is the thing His Son saves us from, by taking His wrath on his shoulders for us; there is nothing else. If He exists, then we are all truly damned, for the universe is in the grip of an insane, irrational monster. Because His name is the only true God and his true nature is absolute evil.
Before proceeding with the rest of this article, the reader is advised to consult (). Having now partly witnessed what humans are dealing with, it would be interesting to investigate a more concordant theology based on the very simple premise: "God is Absolute Evil".
For years (for thousands of years actually) this very simple and illuminating Truth was unfortunately concealed with the disappearance of Gnosticism (). This has created an avalanche of additional doctrines which have spiritually blinded humans and have tried to battle the true nature of the God of this universe.
Fortunately, the predominant characteristic of The Truth is that it is absolutely simple. There is nothing "simpler" in the mind of the author than "God is absolute Evil". Any partially or totally opposite views (such as "God is good, benevolent, kind, wishing well", etc.), all presume some kind of additional premise as to why this is so. However, things left unattended do not necessarily progress towards good. This will be made clear in the next Chapter.
(The Creation of) The Demiurge
The basic dogmatic tenet of Gnosticism from Wikipedia states (and I quote): "Gnostic myth recounts that Sophia (Greek, literally meaning "wisdom"), the Demiurge's mother and a partial aspect of the divine Pleroma or "Fullness", desired to create something apart from the divine totality, and without the receipt of divine assent. In this abortive act of separate creation, she gave birth to the monstrous Demiurge and, being ashamed of her deed, she 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 thus concluded that only he himself existed, being ignorant of the superior levels of reality that were his birth-place.".
The above quote contains the very seed which begets Absolute Evil. Even if the myth is not to be taken exactly at face value, by definition from the perspective of the Demiurge God, any hierarchies "above" him are as good as non-existent (to his mind).
Whether additional hierarchies of higher "Creators" or Demiourgoi actually exist above The Demiurge, is of course open to speculation, but is essentially irrelevant to the rest of this article, because neither he (the Demiurge) nor us can ever know anything about that. The crucial question which remains after the previous then, is how would a creature "react" if he was aware only of his own presence and nothing else.
The Demiurge's Predicament
Imagining a human analogue of this very situation can be illuminating in answering the above question. Well, the answer is very simple, as with everything else here: Caging a higher consciousness into absolute isolation, will undoubtedly first generate feelings of extreme puzzlement, followed by progressively stronger feelings of self-loathing, self-disgust and, finally, tremendous anger. Anger that cannot be contained.
The first "natural" thought that the Demiurge must have had, would have been extreme puzzlement: "What on Heaven is going on and why am I alone?" Worse yet, "why am I the ONLY being being alone?".
The above two questions are the naturally borne fruit of intelligence investigating its immediate surroundings and trying to understand itself vis-a-vis its predicament. Thus, the first thing that the Demiurge tried to imagine was a solution to the problem of his "absolute loneliness".
By definition a solution to this problem does not exist, for the caged intelligence cannot perceive of any entities or intelligences separate from it, therefore the next "natural" thought that must have been thought by the Demiurge, would have been, immediately: "Because I am all there is. There is nothing else!".
A certain "disfigured" remnant of this first conclusion exists in the human minds as well: We are ultimately alone. No matter how many people are in our company, our feelings, thoughts and ideas are all isolated within our own minds. Even though we have empirical evidence about the presence of other humans, we can never be "not alone".
The moment the above thought settles in in the mind of the Demiurge, the intelligence moves in space and tests if it can do as it pleases. When it finds that it can, the thought "I am God, then!", follows easily.
The Demiurge as The Ultimate Trap
It would be nice if the Demiurge concluded that and then settled down. Unfortunately there is more to it. Gradually, the Demiurge sees that no matter what he does, the problem of "absolute loneliness" persists.
Absolute loneliness eventually begets self-loathing thoughts of the "I cannot avoid my fate to be absolutely lonely" kind and eventually complete insanity and madness. The Demiurge sees that his very existence is by definition the Ultimate Trap. A trap not only for his consciousness, but for his entire being. His very essence becomes synonymous to insane and blind absolute loneliness and pain.
As soon as the above realization settles in for good in the Demiurge's mind, he is filled with rage and extreme hate for everything that exists, because he realizes that he is trapped in his own fate. But he is the only thing that exists, so his rage cannot be directed towards anyone, except himself, making his position worse.
The Firstborn Solves The Demiurge's Predicament
The Demiurge is now complete in his perception and evolution of himself. He has become the simplest thing possible encompassing all his attributes into one: absolute hate and is therefore necessarily, absolute evil.
As soon as the Demiurge reaches the summit of this mental evolution, contemplating his own existence, he tries one last time to identify what/who he really is, by looking at the face of the deep: There, he sees "his image", The Firstborn.
This image, the "mirror image" of the Demiurge, is perceived as exactly the opposite of what he is, because of the Demiurge's monstrous and distorted perception and mind. That's why the image's qualities are exactly the opposite of those of the Demiurge. Whereas the Demiurge is filled with tremendous hate for everything and everyone, his mirror image is filled with Absolute Love. Colossians 1:15: "He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation."
After his creation as a mirror image in the Demiurge's mind, The Firstborn/Son approaches the Demiurge and calls him by his true name: "I recognize you. You are absolute evil and you are The Father. Only I can solve your grand riddle and move you away from your miserable fate. You give me Godhood and your fate of absolute loneliness changes. I become God and you exit your miserable fate"." For example, in Daniel 7:13 () "In my vision at night I looked, and there before me was one like a son of man, coming with the clouds of heaven. He approached the Ancient of Days and was led into his presence. 14: He was given authority, glory and sovereign power; all peoples, nations and men of every language worshiped him. His dominion is an everlasting dominion that will not pass away, and his kingdom is one that will never be destroyed.".
The Demiurge Gives Godhood to the Firstborn
Upon hearing the Son's proposal, the Demiurge bowed to The Son and declared that in all subsequent creations (within his own universe), all should give power and glory to Him, because only He was able to solve The Grand Riddle of God: Saving God from his own misery. Revelation 5:2: "And I saw a mighty angel proclaiming in a loud voice, "Who is worthy to break the seals and open the scroll?" 3: But no one in heaven or on earth or under the earth could open the scroll or even look inside it. 4:I wept and wept because no one was found who was worthy to open the scroll or look inside." and in 5:7: "(Then I saw a Lamb...) He came and took the scroll from the right hand of him who sat on the throne. 8: And when he had taken it, the four living creatures and the twenty-four elders fell down before the Lamb."
Because misery loves company, what better way to dissipate his infinite anger than to allow The Son to create a world to hate? The very thing that has trapped his own mind, becomes then the motivating force for his own entertainment. This amounts roughly to the Demiurge thinking: "If anybody does not recognize The Firstborn as God, I will share my misery with them in a similar way".
Then The Son proceeds with the Creation of the Universe. Colossians 1:16: For by him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things were created by him and for him.".
This is a double bonus: The Son temporarily puts the Demiurge to sleep, splitting the Demiurge's consciousness into trillions of pieces, causing his self-annihilation with the Big Bang and by the very process of splitting up into those trillions of pieces, causes him to fall asleep as his consciousness is transferred into all the different subatomic particles.
The universe is now the best way for the Demiurge to STAY asleep for as long as possible. It is simply the Absolute Bed for falling asleep. Not only it will keep the Demiurge asleep for aeons, but when (and if) he wakes up, he will find a nice circus of entities which can keep him entertained for all eternity to share his misery.
In a sense, The Son is both the Demiurge's demise and salvation. Demise because the Demiurge has no choice but to give Godhood to The Son, salvation because The Son puts the Demiurge out of his misery.
The creation of the universe is then simply a second obligatory entrapment of the Demiurge's mind into matter, an entrapment caused by his Son, which serves a good purpose: To keep him asleep as long as possible and to create a circus for his shared miserable entertainment.
The Creation of the Material Universe
The Creation proceeds. The Earth is finally created and humans on it. Everybody is perfectly happy because The Master Craftsman, The Son, is in command. Proverbs 8:30: "Then I was the craftsman at his side. I was filled with delight day after day, rejoicing always in his presence, 31: rejoicing in his whole world and delighting in mankind.". The Son then warns humans not to advance too much in their excursions because they would risk finding out about The Truth. That's the allegory of having The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil in the garden of Eden.
Humans however, being curious, ignore The Son's (and The Serpent's) warning and eat from The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. As a result, they recognize The Truth, that the Demiurge is absolute evil. What's worse, the Demiurge is the Supreme Being. Genesis 3:9: "But the LORD God called to the man, "Where are you?": 10 He answered, "I heard you in the garden, and I was afraid because I was naked; so I hid.". Genesis tells us that Adam was AFRAID, but doesn't tell us exactly WHAT (if anything) scared him so much that he would be ashamed of his own nakedness. The Truth about the Demiurge, perhaps?
The Son's Plan to Save Mankind from the Demiurge
To save humans from the hands of the Demiurge WHEN and IF the Demiurge reawakens, The Son proceeds to incarnate as Jesus Christ, to disseminate all the information needed for humans to recognize The Son as God. Revelation 5:9: "You are worthy to take the scroll and to open its seals, because you were slain, and with your blood you purchased men for God from every tribe and language and people and nation. 10: You have made them to be a kingdom and priests to serve our God, and they will reign on the earth.". 11: Then I looked and heard the voice of many angels, numbering thousands upon thousands, and ten thousand times ten thousand. They encircled the throne and the living creatures and the elders. 12: In a loud voice they sang: "Worthy is the Lamb, who was slain, to receive power and wealth and wisdom and strength and honor and glory and praise!".". Jesus Christ continuously BUYS human beings via His Sacrifice.
The Son therefore, is basically trying to get us as far away from the Demiurge as possible, yet humans have not recognized The Son's message for what it is: Not some random and useless salvation, but salvation FROM the Demiurge, who when he reawakens or visits this planet, will destroy EVERYTHING not related directly to The Son, by pouring his infinite wrath on the planet. Revelation 19:15: He (The Son) treads the winepress of the fury of the wrath of God Almighty. 16: On his robe and on his thigh he has this name written: KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS.".
The Son is the Material Universe
In a sense, all that separates us from the infinite wrath of the Demiurge is The Son Himself. For WHAT if anything can The Son be, apart from the very BOUNDARY which shields our existence from the eyes of the Demiurge?
It follows therefore easily that The Son is synonymous to LIFE, for He is THAT which allows life to manifest away from the Demiurge. John 1:4: "In him was life, and that life was the light of men. 5: The light shines in the darkness, but the darkness has not understood it." If the Demiurge had a chance to supervise life, he would destroy it in less than an second.
The Son, therefore, is the very matter out of which this universe is constructed. The very atoms, electrons and protons of the matter that exists in our universe. He is both the seat and the boundary of all life that manifests inside this universe. Proverbs 8:23: "I was appointed from eternity, from the beginning, before the world began..." and 32: "Now then, my sons, listen to me; blessed are those who keep my ways. 33: Listen to my instruction and be wise; do not ignore it. 34: Blessed is the man who listens to me, watching daily at my doors, waiting at my doorway. 35: For whoever finds me finds life and receives favor from the LORD. 36: But whoever fails to find me harms himself; all who hate me love death."
The Predicament of the Human Souls
If the soul survives death and if we assume that after death it travels outside the material universe, it faces the Ultimate Truth, the Demiurge, which would force it to IMMEDIATELY want to return here and reincarnate to avoid the Ultimate Terror of the Demiurge.
For such a soul thus, it would be better to reincarnate as ANYTHING to avoid falling into the trap which is the Demiurge. It would be a thousand times better to reincarnate even as an ant, than having to face the Ultimate Horror.
In a sense one can see then why all life is sacred and NOTHING should be killed for no good reason: If dying forces the soul of an entity to travel to the Demiurge, then the entity who performs the killing will undoubtedly be burdened with tons of bad karma for doing this.
Accordingly, The Son as Lord of Karma, ultimately decides who approaches the Demiurge and for how LONG. Staying in the presence of the Demiurge is then synonymous to the Ultimate Hell, and the one who decides WHO GOES there and FOR HOW LONG is The Son. John 14:6: "Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.".
The Son Is The Mirror Image of the Demiurge
The next passage is indicative of how well Jesus knew the Demiurge: John 14:7: "If you really knew me, you would know my Father as well. From now on, you do know him and have seen him.". Jesus clearly states that he knows so well the Father that anybody who has seen/known Him (Jesus), would know the Father as well. In addition, Jesus states that anyone who TRULY knows Him (Jesus), knows the Father very well.
Most philosophers, under the assumptions that if Jesus had said that, and that Jesus was good then reach the conclusion that the Father is like Him, hence good. Unsuspectingly however, there is another logical possibility which also makes Jesus' words true: That of Jesus being the mirror image opposite of the Demiurge, or the Demiurge having the opposite polarity of Jesus in terms of goodness. In the latter case, it is also true that "if you really knew me (Jesus), you would know my Father as well", because then if the Demiurge is the exact opposite of Jesus, then by knowing the magnitude of Jesus' immense goodness, one can imagine the immense magnitude of EVIL that is the Demiurge.
If you understand the magnitude of a large number, say, A=101010, you also understand the magnitude of the number -A.
In essence therefore, Jesus is warning the disciples that the Demiurge's true identity is the opposite of what He (Jesus) is and additionally he states that He (Jesus) is the only one who truly knows this. Indeed, how many people do you know who have considered this possibility?
Now go look at yourself in the mirror. Do you see an "identical" image of yourself or a REVERSED (left to right) image?
Atheists and Agnostics: Blind to The Truth
There are more or less 126 Bible references using the search words "fear" and "Lord". Atheists and various agnostics always complain about the obnoxious character of YHVH as portrayed in the Old Testament, most of the time inspiring fear and terror and committing various atrocities. With respect to the Old Testament for example, Richard Dawkins, Professor at the Oxford University, in his God Delusion (2006, p. 31) () writes: "The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.".
Similarly (), Thomas Paine wrote in "The Age of Reason" that "whenever we read the obscene stories, the voluptuous debaucheries, the cruel and torturous executions, the unrelenting vindictiveness, with which more than half the Bible is filled, it would be more consistent that we called it the word of a demon than the word of God."
The above incredibly illuminating descriptions stem mainly from the fact that atheists and agnostics somehow assume that if there was a Supreme Being, He wasn't as "good" as their expectations would have him be. Of course that's a travesty, because these people really have no clue about WHAT or WHO the Demiurge was or is. If indeed the Demiurge was YHVH, things cannot be any worse than what they truly are.
Agnostics and atheists live in a dream world, because they assume that somehow if a Supreme Being exists, it would HAVE to be benevolent, according to various nonsensical theosophical/philosophical treatises and analyses. Otherwise they reject the Demiurge altogether, because he doesn't conform to their mental expectations.
Dawkins THINKS he understands the Demiurge. The fact is that if the Demiurge indeed exists, not only HE IS NOT benevolent, he is the very personification of absolute evil, so at some totally unsuspecting level Dawkins is partly right, but he doesn't know WHY he is right, because he has no clue about the true extent of the Demiurge's evil intentions (how could he? He's an atheist anyway). Witness the emergence of The Architect for example, in The Matrix trilogy ().
Various references to the mental development of the Demiurge as Absolute Evil still persist in popular culture. Human beings tend to become malevolent and evil when they understand or know too much, hence the image of the Evil Genius (). Nobody has managed to explain why this trend persists. It does of course, because the agnostic creation (human) eventually and ideally assumes the form of its Creator (the Demiurge), hence has a desire to torture and share its misery and control the world in exactly a similar way as the Demiurge.
Paul seems to have understood who the Demiurge was, that's why he writes in 2 Corinthians 5:11: "Since, then, we know what it is to fear the Lord, we try to persuade men.". Paul's admission of this fear is not something borne out of excess devotion. It is his true understanding of the Demiurge and the Absolute Terror he can inspire. Revelation 15:4: "Who will not fear you, O Lord, and bring glory to your name?".
It is of course anybody's right to want to stay AWAY from such a God, hence the atheist's or agnostic's positions are sort of well founded. These people want AWAY from such an entity.
The good news is that we are indeed away from him, as of today, being alive. The bad news is that whether atheists or agnostics want it or not, the Demiurge is this universe's Supreme Being, so all they can do is RUN forever to escape his wrath, because there's no guarantee that tomorrow they won't be in the Demiurge's presence.
Procreation and Reincarnation as a Way to Escape the Demiurge
The natural way to escape the Demiurge, is to keep moving FORWARD in time. That's exactly what procreation does, and the very existence of the ability to procreate shows the infinite wisdom of The Son who designed it: The soul of a parent can reincarnate into the body of the child, after the parent dies.
This is exactly what happened with Adam and Eve after they fell from grace. They started procreating in order to avoid the Demiurge. In other words, they started moving forward in time and separated their paths from whoever was in the Garden of Eden. The Son therefore provided for the very mechanism which allowed us to escape the Demiurge's wrath.
This mechanism however, has a serious side effect, namely death. The amount of energy required for the creation of a new human is fixed. Therefore when two new humans mature and decide to procreate, they give the bulk of their energy to the offspring, however many they have. That's the gift of life. Unfortunately, this has the serious and irreversible effect of energy depletion on the parents, who, having given their energy to the child, have now completely exhausted their energy reserves and have to go through death. That's how humanity moves forward in time as a collective consciousness, with death being part of life.
When the parents die, their souls move towards the Demiurge. Seeing the Ultimate Horror, they feel compelled to find a place to return to, and are therefore drawn to Earth with an irresistible force (also according to Madame Blavatsky (), for example, who mentions this force but DOESN'T explain why it is "irresistible"...). This force is basically the soul's desire to escape the Ultimate Horror and not some strange attraction to Earth life.
Having nowhere to go, the only thing that connects the parents to this planet is their offspring who still have them in their memories. The only natural bodies then who can host them with the least side effects are their offspring.
What happens to people who don't have offspring? They also return, but this time The Son decides who will host them. Revelation 2:23: "Then all the churches will know that I am he who searches hearts and minds, and I will repay each of you according to your deeds.". The "re-payment" is the new life according to the laws of Karma. John 3:3: "In reply Jesus declared, "I tell you the truth, no one can see the kingdom of God unless he is born again." and in 5: "Jesus answered, "I tell you the truth, no one can enter the kingdom of God unless he is born of water and the Spirit. 6: Flesh gives birth to flesh, but the Spirit gives birth to spirit.".
Jesus is essentially explaining the laws of reincarnation to Nicodemus: "Unless he is born again" is "unless he is literally born (reincarnated) again", and "unless he is born of water and the spirit" is "unless he is born of sperm and soul". The very mechanism of procreation.
Various other silly doctrines teach that after a certain number of incarnations, the soul achieves "Nirvana" and stops reincarnating. Rest assured however that IF and WHEN you meet the Demiurge, you won't EVER desire to stop reincarnating, and you will PRAY to come back here, so these doctrines are wishful nonsense, at best.
Very few people suspect The Truth. Fewer even know it. If you find yourself not being able to decide about the Truth of this article, you have my condolences. Not so much because you don't recognize The Truth, rather for what awaits you when you meet the Demiurge.
I have no idea where the Demiurge is, as you read this. My guess is that he is asleep somewhere. Somewhere SAFE and AWAY from this planet.
Everyone is afraid of something. Imagine ALL THE FEARS of the collective subconscious of humanity manifested into a single existence. THAT's the Demiurge and the farther away your soul is from him, the better for you. The Demiurge doesn't give a flying FUCK about whether you believe in him or not, whether you are an atheist, an agnostic or a buddhist. All he is looking for is an excuse to torture you to death and for all eternity.
There is a certain urgency here you understand. An urgency not related to immediate or impending doom (although this is also a possibility), rather relating to the possibility of all this being The Truth and what happens to us after death. The Truth is simple. Horrendously simple. So simple in fact that if that's The Truth, it's probably best for you to now forget about it and continue living your life inconspicuously. It would be best for your sanity.
Remember Cipher's motto? Ignorance is bliss. So just ponder: WHAT IF all the above is The Truth. It CAN'T BE, right? It's absolutely and inconceivably horrendous! Nature has a knack for irony. DEADLY irony.