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Sophia - The Forgotten Goddess of Christianity

Sophia - The Forgotten Goddess of Christianity.

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In the Ancient World Before Christianity, and while Jesus being of the name of"Yeshua", walked this Earth, he told his Story. His story involved a Mother Goddess who was just as important for humanity as the Infinite Creator. It is believed that Him and Mary Magdalene, where the Leaders or Priests of a Religious Sect Called The Essenes.

The Essenes gained fame in Modern times as a result of the discovery of the Nag Hammadi Codices, and the Dead Sea Scrolls between 1945 and 1946. These documents include untouched copies of the Hebrew Bible the Torah dating to 300 BCE.

Who were the people of the Essenes, and what did they Teach?

According to the Nag Hammadi Codices, The Gnostics or The Essenes were a sect of Second Temple Judaism that flourished from the 2nd century BCE to the 1st century CE. They were fewer in number than the Pharisees and the Sadducees, (the major Jewish sects at the time). They were vegetarian, ecologists, and all Life was considered Sacred. They Believed in Both the Father and Mother aspects of God, being the Infinite Creator and The Goddess of Wisdom, whose name is Sophia.

Sophia's Story is The Story of this Earth and how it came to be.

The Essenes held women in High Reverence. They Believed that Women hold the Key to creation. This is another thing that Modern Christianity has removed from the teachings. according to Modern Christian teachings, Women are to be submissive to their Husbands. and Quiet if unmarried, They claim this supposedly due to the Sin of Eve. While in the Codices themselves, It claims Eve as a Hero of the highest sort. She Became awake to the deception of a Dark Archon Overlord, The One we know to be Yahwah, The Jealous God, and the Evil Son of Sophia.

Jesus Claimed in The Codices, that He too was a Son and Consort of Sophia, who initially created the Souls of Humanity.

The people of the Essenes were Master Healers, Herbalists and Alchemists and could heal with the touch of their hands as well as with food and herbs. They had an average life span of 125 years, and their teachers were Jesus, The disciples, John the Baptist, Mary Magdalene and many Other Women. They Taught to Love thy Neighbor as thy self and to be of Total service to Others. But they also Taught of The Great Goddess, Mother Sophia. She held just as much regard as The infinite Creator itself, in the Eyes of the Essenes.


Next is a summery of The Aeon, Goddess Sophia's Fall, or "Sleep", into Darkness. The Evil as we know it to be today, the Archons or also known as the Reptilians, are a result of a Divine Mistake by the Goddess Sophia getting engulfed in her project or Game. She fell in Vibration to the Lowest state she could go. Now The Mother, this Earth, is Awakening back to her Glory.

This information shows who Sophia actually is, How the dark ones was created and How she became The Earth herself. This is very Ancient information of the Nag Hammadi Codices, which Shows the Consciousness of this Planet we reside on. This is the actual Teaching of Jesus. This information also coincides with The Jewish Torah's account of Earth as well.


Excerpts from the Fallen Goddess Scenario.

by John Lamb Lash.

This entry is linked to the Reading Plan for the Nag Hammadi Codices. Galactic Dynamics Framed in mythological language, this fallen goddess scenario (FGS) describes the core of our home galaxy as a vortex of infinite potential (Pleroma: fullness, plenum) consisting of massive serpent-like entities or torrents.

The gods and goddesses of the Pleroma are called Aeons in the Gnostic writings.

They are gendered male and female to describe different types of dynamic activity, like positive and negative charges of electric current, or the attractive and repulsive poles of a magnet.

The Aeons are Divine:

that is, luminous, radiant, emanating light.

They are also alive and intelligent and capable of feeling, perception, and desire, but on the level of cosmic consciousness.

From the glossary of Not in His Image:


(AY-on) (Greek, "god," "divinity," "process," "emanation," "time cycle") Gnostic term for a cosmically pervasive process, aware, animated, and animating.

Aeons manifest sensory worlds by dreaming, rather than by the artisan-like act of creation attributed to the biblical father god. Adj., Aeonic.

An Aeon might be envisioned as a massive current of living luminosity capable of sentient response, gesture, speech. "LIVING LIGHT"

The standard metaphor for such energies is "serpent."

The Aeons are serpentine but not reptilian.

A snake is a reptile but distinct from a lizard, iguana, chameleon, etc. All things snakey and serpentine ought not to be contaminated by association with the dubious label, "reptilian." The "outpouring of energy" in the FGS describes the central event in Gnostic myth:

how one of the massive luminous serpentine currents swirling the galactic core burst beyond the boundaries of the core.

Science today recognizes that the galactic core has a boundary, but a soft, porous one, like the yellow of an egg.

The structure of our galaxy conforms to a standard model, the regular lenticular spiral:

a egg-shaped rotating core surrounded by limbs or spiral arms.

The extent of the rotating arms is vast, but the arms themselves are thin, so the entire galaxy has the shape of a pancake with a central bulge.

The galactic core or hub consists of a concentrated mass of high-energy currents, the cosmic gods.

Its composite mass is pure stellar energy, the stuff that stars are made from, in a state of excitation that precedes and impedes the appearance of any particular form.

The entire galaxy is a vast glittering pinwheel that acts like a mill, grinding out future worlds from the residue of former ones.

The Divine Mistake And so it goes in the usual course of cosmic events.

The designing powers at the galactic center - Aeonic headquarters, if you will - allow for free play of boundless potential, trial and error, novelty and innovation, in the experiments they initiate.

The divine powers do not interfere with an experiment in progress, otherwise they would not be able to see how it plays out on its own terms.

But there can be exceptions in the cosmic order, and Sophia's plunge is one of them.

"The world as we know it came about due to a mistake."

(The Gospel of Philip)

The "mistake" is an anomaly rather than an out-and-out error.

Sophia commits a misstep or overstepping of cosmic boundaries and a mistake arises as a consequence of her audacity. Sophia becomes enmeshed with the experiment she has projected, forced by her own compulsion, as it were, to go interactive with the subjects and conditions of the experiment. (Literally Becoming the Earth.)

The dilemma faced by the Goddess is the crucial plot factor of the fallen goddess scenario.

The texts assert that there are many Pleromas, (Gods and Goddesses or Ayons, that are in each Galaxy center, that is connected to the central Sun of the Universal Being, or the Heart of God.)

It may be that we will get optimal insight and benefit from the fallen goddess scenario if we consider it to be unique to our world, describing conditions specific to the earth.

If the Myth of the Aeon Sophia specifically describes an event in this galaxy with particular consequences for the planet earth and humanity, as I am convinced is so, then we would do well to concentrate on our unique situation before speculating on what happens elsewhere or, ultimately, what happens in the scope of the Universe, the totality of all galaxies. The recognition that the fallen goddess scenario tells the story of OUR planet exclusively, and so engages humanity in an urgent and intimate way with the "earth goddess," The Sophia Mythos, as it may be called, is not, technically speaking, a creation myth like the Biblical account of creation in Genesis.

Rather, it is an emanation myth consistent with the Aboriginal paradigm of the Dreamtime and the Hindu mytheme of "Vishnu dreaming," i.e., the oneiric paradigm.

From Greek oneiros, "dream." Oneiric: of or relating to dreams or dreaming.