Gnosis 20: The Apocalypse and the Consummation of the Age Jul 15, 2020 18:05:11 GMT vitalinfo and Denise like this
Post by Wes Penre on Jul 15, 2020 18:05:11 GMT
If so, what will happen for them?
My Christian friends are having a difficult time with Gnosticism, even though they know the history books have been altered to fulfill a his-story narrative over the centuries. When it comes to religious books and red-pilling with research is something they will not do or like listen to. I plant a seed and leave it be...
Celeste Solum just posted this video as a follow up to The beast is here
In it Celeste is reminding people not not to take the tests, engage in the tracking or take the mark and to declare their loyalty to JC
Watch "Celeste Solum - "Weapons Formed Against You: You're Playing With Eternal Fire"
In the many areas I am in, many are saying they are tired, their spirit is tired, they have lost 95% of their family bonds in this virus alone. Many have awakened to their is a problem, but only look at the political side as the source.
Today I had the opportunity to mention the Gnostics. Thae post was about bowing down to the nwo. My response: The magnitude of this can be mind boggling. As this is not the first 'reset' in history, I sometimes wonder if the people during those times knew what was occurring. I've read the Gnostics knew and tried to warn people ... Response to me: This morning on Red Eye radio they were talking about this
I think MANY people are extremely mentally tired by now--it makes all the sense.
Regarding Christianity; yes, Christians in general are following the Hermetic path, unbeknownst to them. It doesn't mean that everything in the New Testament is hermetic. I need to study the canon gospels in depth, too, like sahib has, but the little I remember from my two weeks Bible study when I was 14 years old and was in a Christian Confirmation group, there is good info in the NT as well. It's just misleading for people who have not also studied the Gnostic texts, as I see it right now. Christianity is based on the crucifixion and the resurrection of Christ. They have put that in the center of Christianity, and none of that happened to Yeshua. It was the imposter who was crucified.
There are devoted Christians, who deep study the Bible and believe in it full-heartedly, and then there are those who go to church because they are "supposed to," but have no real faith or are just "luke-warm." Then there are those (and this usually runs through all categories of Christians) who are terrified of God (the God-fearing Christian). Christianity has made many people afraid of God and think they need to be perfect, or God will either punish them, or they go to Hell after they die, and burn forever.
I haven't watched the video you posted yet, but I will. Wonderful that you are planting seeds in people and that discussions follow. That's great, Judy!