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  Who Wrote the Reptilian Agenda?     John Lash
Reptilian Agend

A Collector’s Edition entitled “Secrets of the Da Vinci Code,” published by US News and World Report, features a brief interview with James Robinson, general editor of the Nag Hammadi Library in English. Correcting Dan Brown’s reference to the Nag Hammadi texts as scrolls, Robinson points out: “They are codices – books with individual pages. They are actually the oldest example we have of leather bound books.”

Amazingly, whatever the significance of their content—and we have yet to comprehend what that might be — the Nag Hammadi Codices (NHC) are the earliest surviving examples of bound books. Close reading of these arcane materials shows that Gnostics, as teachers in the ancient Mysteries were called, were deeply concerned with an alien intrusion upon humankind.

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  How We Are Deviated – Motives and Methods of the Archons     Source
Nag Hammadi Texts

Just imagine the headline: E.T. RIDDLE SOLVED IN ANCIENT TEXTS

This is how the codexes found at Nag Hammadi might have been announced in a tabloid newspaper — if scholars on the ground had realized that these obscure documents contained a lucid explanation of alien intervention.

The find in Egypt in December 1945 was truly sensational, but perhaps the real thrill is yet to come. What if it were to become known to the world at large that Gnostic teachings contain a clear and comprehensive description of the ET/UFO enigma? If this is indeed so, then the Gaia Mythos unfolding in this site will incorporate a new element: the activity of the Archons, the Alien Dreaming.

Despite countless attempts, no contemporary theory convincingly explains the cosmic origin of an alien predatory species, but if the arising of the Archons is an inherent part of the Gaian evolutionary mythos, then we are looking at an altogether different game-plan, a new perspective on our place in the cosmos at large.

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  Capitalism: An alien ideology from who were as human beings     Source
American Greed

Let me ask you a couple of questions. What kind of milieu do you think would be more productive, and work better for all people involved:

  • A room of ten people fighting with one another, or
  • A room of ten people working cooperatively and consensualy with each other?

Herein's my other question for you. Similarly, which milieu do you think would be more productive, and work better for all people involved:

  • A community comprised of people who are fighting each other, in a state of broad-based conflict; or
  • A community whose members work together in an empathetic and mutualistic manner?

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