What is gnosis? It is enlightened knowledge given through inspiration and revelation from within and above. It conveys the ultimate truth of who we are, why we’re here, where we are going, and what “this” is all about. It deals with the biggest questions and mysteries of our existence.
Gnosticism has always been around, but the Christian form that blossomed almost two millennia ago is what we conventionally think of as Gnosticism, with a capital “G.” We know of these Gnostics through the writings they and their critics left behind.
But such scriptures are merely the dried husks. Gnosis isn’t about memorizing the old Gnostic texts and adopting their beliefs; it’s about drinking from the same perennial fountain of Truth that watered them. It’s about having a direct line to Truth through inspiration and revelation, albeit error-corrected and made concrete with the help of modern research and analysis.
We can only do so much with our groping intellects alone. We need influences from outside the box of spacetime to acquire a superior context for all that goes on here within the box. So gnosis (with a lowercase “g”) is about achieving inner access to a higher reality outside this Matrix Control System, to catch glimpses of a transcendent objectivity that illuminates the mundane objectivity of facts and human history.
Profound dreams and synchronistic guidance are two examples of how outer influences can reach us. There is a divine intelligence working to awaken the sleeping spirit, but whether we receive its influence accurately depends on the health of our psyche, whether we answer the call in the first place, and how many egoic and cultural filters distort or block out its light.
The early gnostics sought to widen the aperture of their minds to receive that higher light. Nowadays they would be called mystics, contactees, channelers, or prophets. But like these fringe characters of today, the ancient ones had the same faults. Some were deluded, others tapped into disinformation, and many grossly misinterpreted what they saw. Their logic sometimes failed when attempting to draw conclusions from partial glimpses and incomplete information.
Though correctly seeing that our reality was generated by a tyrannical intelligence who rules through occult law, some ignorant gnostics concluded that rebelling against all law, including morality, was the key to freedom, so they became deviant libertines. It’s from this kind of erroneous rebellious thinking that Satanic or Luciferian streams diverged off the main gnostic river.
Like any higher knowledge, gnosticism generates a higher form of dualism between those who wield it responsibly and those who abuse it. Some use enlightened knowledge to better serve spirit, others to better serve ego. The corrupt gnostics have stolen knowledge from the good ones, or else bargained for illegitimate revelations from dark entities beyond spacetime.
Only a small fraction of gnostics ever tuned into the right “radio station” and wisely interpreted it, but their views were lost among the noise of the rest. Thus all gnostics were lumped together by the Church and persecuted as heretics for contradicting each other and seemingly making up whatever they wanted.
In contrast, the dogma of the Church was set in stone and provided utter dependability for the uncertain of faith, thus making it the immutable word of God because God speaks consistently. But this defense of Church dogma is a logical fallacy. A fixed lie is worse than an evolving view of Truth. Otherwise, we might as well throw out science, which is continually improving and similarly has no universal consensus.
The above fallacy persists today among secular skeptics and religious fundamentalists who react like antibodies against foreign ideas emanating from the spiritual, metaphysical, and esoteric fields. To them, it’s all New Age bunk. They fall for the oldest trick in the book in highlighting the faults of the opposition to justify swallowing whole their own faulty ideology. Having true intelligence means transcending such binary thinking and discerning what these false dichotomies attempt to conceal.
Modern gnosis ideally taps into the same fountain of Truth familiar to the wise of old. The general impression received by gnostics — that we live a fallen existence in a false reality — is shared across the board, but the details and interpretations differ and call for improvement.
The issue is that Truth is too fantastic, grand, complex, and hyper-dimensional to be perfectly explained using human cultural context and language. So whoever accesses it will necessarily interpret it through his or her filters, and scoop only as much from that well as can fit in his ideological bucket.
My aim in writing this book was to explore an authentic gnostic signal in the most diverse sources using the biggest bucket possible. Under the guidance of dreams, synchronicity, and intuitive revelation, I sought to solve the grandest of mysteries in order to reconstruct a bigger picture of which the ancients only had fragments. Subjects included:
- Freudian and Jungian psychology
- Theosophy and Anthroposophy
- Christian and Buddhist teachings
- The Holy Grail
- Ark of the Covenant
- Biblical Eschatology
- prophecy and catastrophism
- Indo-European mythology
The gnostic signal weaves through these diverse topics and indicates the existence of a “hyper-history” of hyper-dimensional events that have taken place outside linear time before the genesis of our current version of the timeline. This hyper-history is a superset of human history. It pours the foundation for everything happening now and what’s to come. Current events and the fate of humanity rest on the types of hyper-historical occult and alien factors discussed in this book.
My book Gnosis: Alchemy, Grail, Ark and the Demiurge is a grand unified meta-theory that gives a mind-blowing explanation of, again, who we are, why we’re here, where we’re going, and what this reality is fundamentally about. These questions are the focal points of gnosticism, hence the title.
Rather than being ad hoc, this work is well-rooted in established sources and classical philosophical traditions. It responds to the question, “What ultimate conclusion can be drawn from all of these sources in light of gnostic revelation?” Let’s find out.