The History of European Gnosticism (in “The 88 Secret Codes of the Power Elite”) August 4, 2015 – Posted in: Blog, Chapters – Tags: christianity, freemasonry, gnosticism, illuminati, secret societies, the 88 secret codes of the power elite
The Freemasons claim to descend from the Knights Templar but, as in other religions, this isn’t necessarily true and the story is more complex than it seems.
The Knights Templar learned many mystical philosophies from the ancient Sumerian, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Essene and Gnostic priesthoods.
In those times, there wasn’t such homogeneity among people as we see today or a strong monotheism in religious practices, so it was much easier to find followers of different belief-systems and many texts that hadn’t yet been destroyed by the ignorance of men.
At the time of the crusades there were many and different secret mystic schools in the middle-east directly linked to the Greek mystic schools followed by Plato, Socrates and Pythagoras, which had taken knowledge from the Egyptian schools, and that’s why Plato knew about Atlantis.
The world has always been divided between people’s religion and the elite’s religion, so in fact almost all famous individuals in human history were educated in the ancient mysteries while the rest worshipped figures of stone and symbols.
What we can see in India today is an example of that ancient reality. The poor and uneducated masses worship monsters and gods made of clay and stone, while wise individuals become extremely rich and powerful with the exact same books.
This happens because the masses can’t understand what they read and the elite don’t want them to understand either.
If the masses made efforts to understand those writings in a way that defies their schizophrenic belief-system and the elite helped them become enlightened, there wouldn’t be any elite in the first place and people couldn’t be ruled. That would lead to the anarchy that we were taught to fear, in which everyone would be fully responsible for his own life and the moral standards of society would be so high that we wouldn’t have to fear criminality, rivalry and jealousy anymore.
As long as we believe that we’re just intellectual monkeys, instead of spiritual beings, this won’t ever happen.
The story of Jesus follows the exact same background. Christians started worshiping symbols and a God, a ruler of gods, while in fact Jesus was a gnostic, and Gnosticism is a completely different philosophy, also related to Hinduism and Buddhism. And there’s actually evidence and many documents proving that he was in India and Ti-bet, even in the Bible, because Jesus was unknown until he was 30 years old. And, before that, the Bible just says that he had disappeared for several years of his life, while the Tibetans have evidence showing that he was there during this time, studying their texts.
As for what concerns his legacy, to the Gnostics Mary Magdalene was the person to whom Jesus entrusted his church. But the other apostles envied her, so she was eventually slandered by Christianity.
Peter, the first Pope, said “make Mary leave us, for females don’t deserve life” (Gospel of Thomas), “we are not able to suffer this woman who takes the opportunity from us” (The Pistis Sophia). And to this Mary later tells Jesus, “I am afraid of Peter, for he threatens me and hates our race (the Gnostics)” (The Pistis Sophia).
The apostles disliked her because she was “the knower, the one who understands, the one who is sensual and wise, sensitive and emotional” (Jane Schaberg).
Mainstream Christianity describes Mary Magdalene as a penitent sinner and a redeemed prostitute, but in Gnosticism she’s seen as the leader of the Christian Church.
Jesus “loved her more than the other disciples” (Gospel of Philip) and “more than the rest of the women” (The Gospel of Mary), and said to her, “Mary, thou blessed one, who I will complete in all the mysteries” (The Pistis Sophia), because “I have given you authority over all things and Sons of Light” (The Sophia of Jesus Christ). So, after comforting the Apostles because of the departure of Christ, Ma-ry Magdalene tells them, “What is hidden from you I will proclaim to you” (The Gospel of Mary).
When the apostles started being persecuted she runaway to the south of France, and that’s where legends about the first secret societies and Gnosticism started being spread in Europe.
According to the Knights Templar heirs of The Sovereign Magistral Order of the Temple of Solomon, “the heretical Gnostic story, which was passionately believed by the Templars, was that Jesus and Mary Magdalene had a daughter, named Sarah, and that with the help of Joseph of Arimathea, Jesus sent Mary on a boat through the Mediterranean Sea to arrive in the South of France, to begin a new life in safety with her daughter Sarah, and to begin teaching and spreading the Gospels as one of the Apostles”.
France is also the birthplace of the Knights Templar. So, for all these reasons, France is seen by the Gnostics as the birthplace of European Gnosticism.
It’s also in France that Leonardo Da Vinci, author of the famous pai-nting of the last supper of Christ, spent his last days and many other famous artists found shelter.
The painting of the last supper is an obvious evidence that Leonardo Da Vinci was a Gnostic, as he portrays Mary Magdalene as the wife of Christ and successor to his Church, but shows Peter holding a knife with his right hand while threatening Mary Magdalene with the left hand in her throat, as if he was showing his intention of decapitating the head of true Christianity.
Author of “The 88 Secret Codes of the Power Elite”