An Interview with Elaine Pagels 11/06/2010


The writings of Elaine Pagels are possibly the most substantial contribution to the advancement of modern Gnostic studies.  Her seminal book, the award-winning and chronic bestseller The Gnostic Gospels, awoke a global interest in Gnosticism across all spectrums.  The Gnostic Gospels is widely considered an essential reference companion or at least primer to any Nag Hammadi library involvement.  Her also popular work, Beyond Belief, is regarded as one of the most impacting efforts involving the Gospel of Thomas (as well as the esoteric spectrum of the Gospel of John).  And in between, Pagels’ other publications have cast a bright sunlight on mainstream awareness concerning alternative Christianity.  She joins Aeon Byte to offer her insights on Gnosticism (and why it probably never existed), various shades of heretical literature including the Gospel of Judas, and a tireless career to grant a voice to the ancient counterculture Christians who offered mystics options for soul liberation.  Lastly, we surprise you with other revelations concerning the world of Gnostic studies.

Astral Guest-- Elaine Pagels, author of The Gnostic Gospels, The Gnostic Paul: Gnostic Exegesis of the Pauline Letters, Adam, Eve and the Serpent, The Origin of Satan, and Beyond Belief: The Secret Gospel of Thomas, as well as Harrington Spear Paine Foundation Professor of Religion, Princeton University, New Jersey.

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Teaser for 'The Real Identity of the Christian Messiah & The Gnostic Illuminator' 10/30/2010


Topics Discussed:

--Breaking down the Archeological evidence of a throne that reveals a Messianic King worshiped in Alexandria by Hellenistic Jews, Mystic Samaritans and the intelligentsia of Palestine in those days.
--The life and times of Marcus Agrippa.  From his childhood involvement with a Messianic movement of a failed Rabbi, to his rise as the most influential political and theological mind of the First Century.
--How Marcus Agrippa was able to influence Roman Emperors, great minds like Philo of Alexandria, various Jewish religious sects that made him an almost divine being.
--How Orthodoxy was able to marginalize him, his ideas and the reality that Christianity and Gnosticism began in Alexandria.
--Evidence pointing that Marcus was behind the creation of a primordial gospel and theology that fused the elements of traditional Judaism and Mystery School philosophy, perhaps the fountainhead of all other Scriptures that shows that Jesus points to him as the Messiah and not himself.
--Revealing that Rabbinical tradition has always secretly held that Marcus was not only the Messiah but that he conceived of the Gnostic/Kabbalah idea of ‘the god above God’.

And much more!!!

To celebrate Halloween weekend we take on modern paganism in our rebroadcast-- Aeon Byte #141-- The Corruption of Wicca & Neo-Paganism with Keith Nicholson, author of Above, Below, Within: Planetary Magick & The Greek Gods.  The last few generations have seen a revival of the magical Pagan traditions and the rise of the old gods. Yet recently these arcane faiths have devolved and become stagnant under the weight of literalism, greed and political correctness. Occult Stores and Witch Covens have become New Age dilutions. Magick is no longer practiced correctly, the gods are not revered as originally intended, and esoteric teachings have been watered down to the point they are but poor replications of the mainstream Abrahamic faiths. From Thelema to Hermeticism, from Secret Societies to Goddess Worship, the Demiurge has poisoned the occult arts to the point of irrelevance. We take a serious inspection of what went wrong and how the Neo-Pagan religions can return to their original roots before they are swallowed by capitalism and weak-willed, dishonest leadership.

Next week we interview an up and coming Gnostic scholar and hope to give her a start.  Her name is Elaine Pagels.  You might have heard of her.

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Death & Becoming the Crocodile


The eclipse of my Father's life and death is complete, two strands of time are neatly tied.  The moon is still dark, though, as matter of fact it's all dark; the sun didn't feel this passing miracle or its shadow, for it is too large and too busy mocking the world it rules over.  It's all an internal process, these cloud-belly allegories, and I'm stuck on cosmic injustice.  The Tarot tells me I must seek innocence lost, psychology's chute and ladders game of coping is but an ouroboros of non-transcendence, and the Sophia of the streets is as lost as I've become.  And beyond melancholic musings, I'm so worried about the voids carved within the hearts of family and friends.  Too many deaths recently.  The Gnostic generals of ages forgotten tap my shoulders and speak again of cosmic injustice.  I listen to them, I listen these days to even the noble silence of dead animals forgotten in gray back alleys; but I'm also preoccupied with back alleys of regrets, childhood memories of being held by gentle yet godlike arms, and alternative pasts that whisper to me impossible secrets.  There is also revelation without form.  There is also truth without roots.  Valentinus once wrote, "Make death die."  But his mentor generations before asked about the sting of death and forgot to mention it stabs through one's very soul.

In between, I'm figuring things out.  The sun still mocks.  As a matter of fact it's all dark.

In years past, when close ones evanesced from the time and space delirium, I sought out solace in similar places as most pluralistic westerners are wont to do.  It could be Dylan's And Death Shall Have No Dominion or Donne's Death Be Not Proud.  It might be Gibran, Ecclesiastes or the Upanishads; perhaps Amazing Grace marshaled through Irish bagpipes.

But as I continue to reconnect with the spirit of the ancients, Hobbit-like in my attempt to parade their knowledge in a modern context, their words make more and more sense even as the universe makes less.  I can't fully grasp their message, but I am beginning to grasp their essence.  It's old and timeless and severe.  And maybe they're just clouds in my coffee.  It's comforting because they beheld the night-sky in its unblemished form and felt the land cry out its revelations without form under their sandalled feet.  I sense they knew where innocence lost had been placed (or misplaced) with their stern gospels that assumed compassion was just honestly participating in the stream of life.  As in my last post on this issue, I offer you their words so that perhaps you may offer me what you see in them.

Becoming the Crocodile, from the Egyptian Book of the Dead:

If you stand only on the safety of the banks spearing fish, how can you know the depths of the river? 
Can you fathom the darkness under a ledge of rock or understand the life of the fish writhing on your spear? 
You mistake the teeth of the crocodile as the edge of the abyss, but the chasm is more terrible than teeth, and certain.

I fulfill the law and the law demands your blood.

I am Sobek the crocodile, the catastrophe, the devourer, the necessity. 
Impaled on my teeth, you shall be blessed for you will glimpse truth. 
I am only the secrets of your own dark heart, your lust, your greed, your anger, your flesh, to tear the darkness from your heart. 
I am the living power of water, the cry that catches in the throat, the sob that shatters stone.

On my teeth you smell the stink of flesh. 

To you I seem a living horror. 
But I tell you in truth, I am your own soul and it is with great sorrow that I crush the life you have made. 
I weep with the loss, but you do not believe. 
Such destruction is madness you say. 
You do not understand. 
Is it madness to cut the wheat so that bread can be made? 
When you were born into this bright land, did you not weep for the lost dark of the womb? 
Whether or not you understand the law, you exist because of it.

When you've reached the lips of the great devourer, you are staring into the jaws of creation.



There is that cosmic injustice, truth without roots, the mocking sun and the mocking grin of Sobek.

And me juggling all of this as well as a thousand more impossible secrets.  It's time we make death die, Valentinus.  Even if as a matter of fact it's all dark.

Audio for Becoming the Crocodile:




Mother & Molly, not too far before they faced creation:



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The Real Identity of the Christian Messiah & The Gnostic Illuminator 10/30/2010


A recent archaeological discovery and virgin scholarship reveals that Jesus never considered himself the Messiah, but pointed to a young companion as the true Anointed One. This person was the fulfillment of Davidic Prophecies, was revered as a demigod by Jews and Samaritans, and was respected and honored by Roman Emperors. He was also a brilliant philosopher, theologian and mystic according to Rabbinical Lore. His ideas and deeds were likely the fountainhead of a Gospel Tradition, Kabbalah and Gnosticism. Orthodoxy rewrote him in many ways to marginalize him against Jesus Christ. You may know him as Saint Mark, the Apostle Mark, Marcion, Marcus the Magician and many other names. But his true identity and impact are finally revealed. His name was Marcus Julius Agrippa, the Last King of Israel.

Astral Guest-- Stephan Hermann Huller, author of The Real Messiah: The Throne of Saint Mark & The True Origins of Christianity.

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Stephan Discusses Irenaeus and the Creation of Christianity in a Past Show of Aeon Byte:








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Teaser for 'Rock'N'Roll As The Reincarnation Of The Ancient Mystery Religions' 10/23/2010


Topics Discussed:

--How Paul of Tarsus devised a Jewish Mystery Religion, and how it might have been backed by Imperial Rome from the beginning.
--The various theories on the cult of Mithras, including the reality he might have been a rework of Horus or how it was believed he was the father of Jesus Christ by many ancients.
--Understanding the fertile soil that gave rise to the Mystery Religion of Rock Music (the shamanistic vibes brought by black musicians, interested in the Occult in the sixties, a reaction to runaway wars, and much more).
--How Freemasonry and Mithraism might have been a direct influence on the birth of The Beatles.
--Connecting the gods of the Mystery Religions with their Rock incarnations (Jim Morrison was Dionysus, Neil Young was Orpheus, Janis Joplin was the Great Mother, etc.).
--Why the rise of grunge might have been the beginning of the end of Rock Music, and how it can get back to its mystical roots.

--And much more!  You’ll never see Rock in the same light after this show!

Continuing with the topic, our rebroadcast is Aeon Byte #69-- Mystery Religions with Acharya S., author of Suns of God & The Christ Conspiracy.  Since perhaps mankind began, there have been those who have secretly guarded the esoteric, primordial meaning of religion: direct contact with the Divine. These clandestine cults flourished in ancient times, often franchises of greater unknown faiths, offering a journey into the mystic enigmas of the supernal. Such Godmen as Dionysus, Osiris, Mithra and Jesus became the outer symbols of enlightenment and spiritual resurrection. Eventually many became standard religions like both Gnosticism and Christianity. And many of these Mystery Religions were not benign, but tools for exploitation for the ignorant masses. Little is known about the Mystery Cults since their annihilation by Orthodoxy, but we bore deep into archeology, history and theology to find the true essence of the Mystery Religions.

Next week we deal with new scholarship and archeology reveals that Jesus was never the Messiah for neither the Jews, Christians or Gnostics.  More than a Messiah, this mysterious individual was a kabbalist, noble, philosopher, and a creator of esoteric cults.  He was widely admired throughout civilization, from Roman Emperors to Jewish revolutionaries.  He has been known as Saint Mark, Marcus the Magician, Marcion and many other names.  You’ll be surprised at the identity of the real and spiritual Messiah that shook the world 2000 years ago.  Our guest will be Stephan Hermann Huller, author of The Real Messiah: The Throne of Saint Mark & The True Origins of Christianity.
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Rock'N'Roll As The Reincarnation Of The Mystery Religions 10/23/2010


In ancient times, The Mystery Religions quenched the thirst of those tired of extroverted dogmas, those seeking altered states of consciousness, a direct connection with the divine, and an escape from the bondage of ego and death.  An individual could be gripped by ecstatic cosmic energies as well as agonize alongside the gods and their celestial sacrifices.  The Mystery Religions thrived across the Greco/Roman civilization wearing the clothing of various religious cults, including Christianity, inviting men and women, philosophers and emperors to unlock the secrets of Creation itself.  They were both wild celebrations for the greater life and intimate rituals of inner contemplation.  Eventually, the Mystery Religions were outlawed and extinguished by Orthodoxy, existing only in fragments within Secret Societies or the lore of hidden faiths in the borderlands.  Yet with the rise of Occultism, the birth of a more egalitarian society, and as a reaction to an existentialist world of grim threats, the Mystery Religions returned without the world even knowing they were back.  The old gods took on new names and returned to the material world to impart their Gnosis.  The arcane rituals were resurrected except for the addition of modern technology.  And they thrived in a seemingly popular form of entertainment called Rock 'n' Roll.  We take a voyage into the past for the essence of Mystery Religions and how they incarnated themselves into Rock Music.

Astral Guest-- Christopher Knowles, author of The Secret History of Rock 'n' Roll and Our Gods Wear Spandex.

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Teaser for 'Jesus The Alchemist' 10/16/2010



Topics Discussed:

--Evidence of an ancient, universal religion that kept the mysteries of immortality.
--How Osiris was the first great Alchemist, and his lore was eventually learned by Jesus (and kept by the Gnostics and other Secret Brotherhoods).
--How the ancients viewed the concept of Baptism, very differently that we understand and very essential to any form of immortality.
--Archeological and legendary evidence Jesus was an adept of the Egyptian Magical Mysteries.
--Revisiting how the secret brotherhoods like the Rosicrucians and Freemasons hid these keys to becoming godlike, including the Founding Fathers.
--How Gnostic texts such as The Second Treatise to the Great Seth, The Secret Book of John, The Book of Thomas the Contender, The Gospel of Thomas, and The Gospel of Philip give away the Alchemical teachings of Jesus.

And much more!!!  So you wanna live forever…Jesus says in the Gospels…wait, isn’t that what the chick from Conan the Barbarian said?

Our rebroadcast is Aeon Byte #139—Hermeticism, Part 2.  We focus now on the Classic Hermeticists of the Greco/Roman World and the early Christian era. We investigate their origins, theology, cosmology and cosmogony; and what might have happened to this 'kinder, gentler' brand of Gnosticism that saw Creation and all of its players as benign tools for the restoration of the soul. We also compare and contrast Pagan Gnosticism with its Christian counterpart, as well as its relationship and influence of the other religions of that time. And reveal startling evidence of who truly kept the secrets of these Gnostic Magicians alive throughout history. Astral Guest-- Jesse Folks, contributing writer for The Gnostic Journal and co-founder of The Palm Tree Garden.

Next week we re-visit the mystery of the Mystery Religions, the secretive faiths that took its participants into the heart of the divine, including an overlooked one that is actual very modern and everyone has heard of.  Yet it’s by far the most popular Mystery Religion ever, drawing from the various pagan cults of antiquity and adding a little more thunder and marketing.  We call it Rock ‘n’ Roll.  Our guest will be Christopher Knowles, author of The Secret History of Rock ‘N’ Roll.


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Examiner Article: Jesus & Gnosticism in Islam, Part 1

It is no secret that Jesus is an important figure in Islam, although his role has been relegated to one of many Abrahamic prophets, with Mohammed being the last to herald the final dispensation of God.  Yet it is almost unknown in the West that beyond the Koran, there is not only a lush, esoteric tradition concerning Jesus but also vivid Gnostic ideology.  In fact, there is an argument to be made that Gnosticism influenced Islamic theology, even from its conception.

The first part of the article focuses on the apocryphal sayings of Jesus preserved for centuries by Muslim scholars.  Although still a matter of debate, the influence of this mystical Jesus probably entered the Islamic empires in the Middle Ages through commerce with Byzantine Christians, as well as interaction with Nestorian and Manichean missionaries.

The Jesus of Islam differs from the one in the Koran and Orthodox Christianity.  His role is more of a wisdom sage of transcendental truths and timeless virtues, instead of an apocalyptical miracle worker concerned with religious dogmatism.  Like the Jesus of The Gospel of Thomas and other Thomasine literature popular with Syrian and Gnostic Christians centuries before Mohammed, this Jesus focuses on detachment from the material world, as well as the discovery of spiritual freedom through introspection and charitable living.  But unlike the Christ found in most unorthodox and even orthodox denominations, he is fully human with all its potentials and limitations.

Here are some of the most prominent teachings of Jesus in Islam:

Jesus was asked, “Who taught you?”
He answered, “No one taught me. I saw that the ignorance of the fool was shameful, so I avoided it.”


Jesus said, “Whoever seeks the world is like one who drinks seawater. The more he drinks, the more his thirst increases, until it kills him.”

One day Jesus was walking with his apostles, and they passed by the carcass of a dog.
The apostles said, “How this dog stinks!”
But Jesus said, “How white are its teeth!”


--From Abd’ al-Khâliq Ghijduwâni’s Travelling the Path of Love--

Some said to Jesus, “Give us some teaching for which God will love us.”
Jesus said, “Hate the world, and God will love you.”


Jesus said, “The world is a bridge.  Pass over it.  Do not linger on it.”

Jesus said, “Store up for yourselves something which the fire will not devour.”
They said, “What is that?”
He answered, “Mercy.”


They saw him coming out of a prostitute’s house, then someone said to him, “Oh spirit of God, what you doing with this woman?”
He replied, “The doctor comes only to the sick.”


John the Baptist asked Jesus what was the most difficult thing to bear.
The latter replied, “The wrath of God.”
“Then,” asked John, “what serves most to bring down God’s wrath?”
“Your anger,” answered Jesus.
“And what brings on one’s own anger?” asked John.
Jesus said, “Pride, conceit, vanity, and arrogance.”


Jesus said, “Who commits wisdom to them that are not ready for it, is a fool; and who withholds it from them that are ready for it, is an evil-doer.  Wisdom has rights, and rightful owners; and gives each his due.”

The Apostle asked Jesus, “Is there anyone on earth today like you?”
He answered, “Yes, whoever has prayer for his speech, and meditation for his silence, and tears for his vision, that one is like me.”


God revealed to Jesus, “Though you should worship with the devotion of the inhabitants of heaven and the earth, but have not love in God and hate in God, it will avail you nothing!”

-- From Al-Ghazali’s Revival of the Religious Sciences--

Jesus said, “Be in the midst, yet walk on one side.”

--From Baidawi’s Commentary on the Koran

Jesus said, “The world is a place of transition, full of examples, yet be pilgrims in it, and take warning from the traces of those that have gone before you.”

--From Jacut’s Geographical Lexicon

There are legions of these proverbs attributed to Jesus in Muslim literature.  A healthy selection can be found in such books as Andrew Phillip Smith’s The Lost Sayings of Jesus, Sean Martin’s The Gnostics: The First Christian Heretics, Robert Price’s Deconstructing Jesus, and James Robson’s Christ in Islam.

Although not possessed with supernatural gifts, the Jesus of Islam is similar to the Gnostic Jesus, including the godman of The Gospel of John, in that he is presented as a foreigner to this universe, an alien being belonging to higher realms of reality.  This is much different than Mohammed and other prophets who often reveled and thrived in the material dimensions.  Yet the Jesus of Islam is ultimately mortal, perhaps symbolizing the reality that all humans are fundamentally strangers to the cosmos, yet who paradoxically have to accomodate and escape the world of forms.

This prayer by Jesus, from Revival of the Religious Sciences, perhaps represent the plight of both Jesus in Islam and humanity in general:

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Jesus The Alchemist 10/16/2010


In a past episode, we revealed that Alchemy might be far more than the precursor of chemistry or a pursuit for spiritual transformation.  Alchemy is ritual of a primordial religion, an arduous process that harnesses the powers of nature and the cosmos to create materials that in essence can make a human into God.  It was a lore than ancient man understood and practiced, coding this Alchemy in the form of myth and holy scripture.  Although this secret to immortality thrived in the Egyptian Mysteries, it was later handed to other faiths, Mystery Religions, and Secret Societies.  And one of these were perhaps the early Christians and the Classic Gnostics.  When seen through the eye of the Alchemist, the teachings of Jesus, especially in the Gnostic Gospels, are full of hints and instructions on how to recreate the true Philosopher's Stone--the powder that makes man divine as the gods have always wanted.  We recap this primeval Alchemy as well as comb through the Gnostic texts for the ingredients to the keys of defeating death, and even reveal how any person today can perform this ritual and gain its eternal benefits.

Astral Guest-- Al Sylvester, author of The First Mythology.

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Teaser for 'The Gnostic Magazine, Issue 3' 10/09/2010


--The Gnosis of David Tibet, former rocks star and Crowley follower, these days mystic Christian and Coptic scholar.
--Andrew’s own contributions and personal views to the journal on such topics as dualism, postmodern magick, the Catholic Church and the essence of the human soul.
--The timeless fury of the Apocalypse of Peter, which in reality not only slammed Orthodoxy but other Gnostic denominations.  And how its themes are just as prevalent today in an era of Gnostic community infighting.
--Some of the latest views and trends on Gnostic scholarship.
--A teaser already to the Gnostic, Issue 4; and how on Earth did any benign God allow for the upcoming release of an Aeon Byte book!
--Article content and biographies to some of the contributors, who some are themselves very Orthodox but manage to grant insightful views into the Esoterica.

And much more!!!

For our rebroadcast we will revisit the last two issues of The Gnostic, as well as Andrew’s A Dictionary of Gnosticism.

First it’s Aeon Byte #131-- A Brand new publication has just been released on all spectrums of Gnosticism and Western Esoterica. It contains an in-depth interview with Alan Moore, the Gnostic Magician responsible for 'The Watchmen', 'From Hell' and 'V For Vendetta'. It includes interviews with Timothy Freke, Peter Gandi and John Turner. It deeply examines with the Gnosticism of William Burroughs and Mark Twain, the latest on Philip K Dick's new material and upcoming biographical movies, an exposition on magic and Gnosticism, the true meaning of gnosis, virgin revelations on the Bible and the Gospel of Thomas, the many faces of Judas throughout history and much more. Lastly, it contains new translations on Gnostic Scriptures, artwork, poetry and several book reviews. And that's just scratching the surface.

Second it’s Aeon Byte #144-- For the first time in history a comprehensive lexicon on Gnostic terminology has been published. More than a dictionary, it is perennial almanac and exhaustive mini-encyclopedia of Gnosticism, The Gnostic & Gnosis, from Simon Magus to the Matrix, from the Ophites to the Mandeans, from the Naasene Sermons to the Gospel of Judas. It also reveals the influences and influenced of the Gnostic movements such as Mystery Religions, world Mythologies, alternative Christianities, Church Fathers, and Occult movements across history, just to name a few. We also explore the contents of the new release of the highly-acclaimed 'The Gnostic' magazine.

Three shows with Andrew, or the Neo-Hillbilly as he calls himself!

Next week we got into the ‘Jesus Theories’ section of Aeon Byte.  Although Alchemy is considered an ancient practice, very few have posited that Jesus Christ himself might have been versed in the ancient lore of Egypt.  And most have missed that both The Bible and The Nag Hammadi scream that the Logos not only knew Alchemy, but the primordial Alchemy that could create great miracles including healing and immortality.  And he and his followers left plenty of clues behind that we can recapture this form of Alchemy and, like him, become gods on Earth.  Our guest will be Al Sylvester, author of The First Mythology.
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The Gnostic Magazine, Issue 3 10/09/2010


The only periodical available on Gnosticism and The Esoterica is The Gnostic. Since its publication in 2009, it has made an immediate splash on alternative spirituality and the occult in general. The third issue, just released, has already broken all critical and sales expectations. We take a comprehensive look at the challenges and opportunities of how this latest installment came into being, as well as future changes that might alter its content and look. We also get a detailed tour into the largest issue yet, from groundbreaking articles to cutting edge interviews to fiery artwork. From new revelations in Classic Gnostic, early Christian and Kabbalist texts, through the Gnosis of such luminaries as William Blake and CG Jung, to contemporary Gnostic insights in Japanese Anime and Quantum Physics, we reveal how The Gnostic makes powerful connections between ancient and modern Gnosticism. And the soul-liberating truths found in between.  Lastly, we get a taste of the upcoming Aeon Byte book, Voices of Gnosticism.

Astral Guest-- Andrew Phillip Smith, editor of The Gnostic, as well as author of A Dictionary of Gnosticism, The Gnostics, Gnostic Writings on the Soul, and The Lost Sayings of Jesus.

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