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The Most Dangerous Archons in the Gnostic Gospels

 
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Yaldabaoth the Demiurge

In the dualist ideology of the various Gnostic systems, the material universe is evil, while the non-material world is good.

In Gnosticism, the Demiurge is the malevolent creator of the universe and leader of the archons linked to the material worlds.

Authades

This one might be the scariest Archon ever. Why is that? Authades is a bloody Aeon (the personified capacities of the One or ultimate god). This means Authades is infinitely more powerful than any Archon! He appears in the Pistis Sophia, holding a slightly higher position than Sophia. What more, he hates Sophia because of her obsession with understanding the One instead of keeping the Aeon realm running smoothly. In the account, Authades tricks Sophia into falling out of the Aeonic Realm by creating a false light in the chaos that seduces her.


Fate

It’s no roll of the dice to know that the Gnostics contended we lived in a deterministic universe with little choice. Only Gnosis liberated us from the Chinese finger trap that is destiny. In the Secret Book of John, fate is portrayed as an Archon mysteriously called Fate. She is the youngest but perhaps most powerful Archon. She is created when each of Yaldaboth’s Archons fornicates with Sophia (a metaphor for usurping her power). Then Fate is tasked with the ultimate mission: keeping humanity trapped in the material domains. As the Secret Book of John says:

Fate changes unpredictably
It is of different sorts just as the demons are of different sorts.
Fate is hard.
Fate is stronger than
The gods, the authorities, the demons, the generations of people
Who are caught up in it.

Out of fate emerged
Sinfulness, violence, blasphemy, forgetfulness, ignorance,
Weighty commandments
Heavy sins
Terrible fear.
In this way all of creation became blind,
Ignorant of God above everything.

Because of imprisonment in forgetfulness
They are unaware of their sins,
They are bound into periods of time and seasons
By fate who is lord of it all.

Sabaoth

In the Reality of the Archons, Sabaoth is depicted as one of Yaldabaoth’s sons, working alongside daddy in the early stages of the universe’s creation.

At one point, the Demiurge brags that he’s the ultimate god. Sophia, his mother, is not amused from her perch in the higher heavens and scolds him. She sends an angel that binds Yaldabaoth and throws him into Tartarus for a time out. Sabaoth, her grandchild, is impressed with Sophia’s chutzpah and changes his stripes. As the Reality of Archons says:

Now when his offspring Sabaoth saw the force of that angel, he repented and condemned his father and his mother, matter. He loathed her, but he sang songs of praise up to Sophia and her daughter Zoe. And Sophia and Zoe caught him up and gave him charge of the seventh heaven, below the veil between above and below. And he is called ‘God of the forces, Sabaoth’, since he is up above the forces of chaos, for Sophia established him.

This immigration by Sophia might not have been a good idea, though.

When Yaldabaoth finds out his son is not only a turncoat but has been elevated, he gets really envious and then “envy engendered death; and death engendered his offspring and gave each of them charge of its heaven; and all the heavens of chaos became full of their multitudes.”

Ruha

Andrew Phillip Smith in John the Baptist and the Last Gnostics explains:

Into this darkness falls the evil spirit Ruha, who gives birth to a dragon or monster known as Ur.

In the realm of darkness, monsters emerge and evil angels are born as Ruha mates with her offspring Ur.

Ruha means ‘spirit’ and she is the intermediate entity who has fallen from grace and the light.

Unlike earlier Gnostic texts who redeem the fallen Sophia, Ruha remains a divine antagonist of both humans and good gods.

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the evil aeon is first most dangerous of them all.

yaldabaoth is 2nd most dangerous of them all the Supreme Being of the material universe and humanity’s very creator.
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fate is 3rd
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Read the Testament of Solomon pdf online. You might like what you read.
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the Demiurge as a deity, was nothing more than the misshapen offspring of the Aeon Sophia who stole her power and created a poor copy of the Eternal Realm.
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Appreciate the info, 0.


Yaldabaoth the Demiurge

In the dualist ideology of the various Gnostic systems, the material universe is evil, while the non-material world is good.

In Gnosticism, the Demiurge is the malevolent creator of the universe and leader of the archons linked to the material worlds.

Authades

This one might be the scariest Archon ever. Why is that? Authades is a bloody Aeon (the personified capacities of the One or ultimate god). This means Authades is infinitely more powerful than any Archon! He appears in the Pistis Sophia, holding a slightly higher position than Sophia. What more, he hates Sophia because of her obsession with understanding the One instead of keeping the Aeon realm running smoothly. In the account, Authades tricks Sophia into falling out of the Aeonic Realm by creating a false light in the chaos that seduces her.


Fate

It’s no roll of the dice to know that the Gnostics contended we lived in a deterministic universe with little choice. Only Gnosis liberated us from the Chinese finger trap that is destiny. In the Secret Book of John, fate is portrayed as an Archon mysteriously called Fate. She is the youngest but perhaps most powerful Archon. She is created when each of Yaldaboth’s Archons fornicates with Sophia (a metaphor for usurping her power). Then Fate is tasked with the ultimate mission: keeping humanity trapped in the material domains. As the Secret Book of John says:

Fate changes unpredictably
It is of different sorts just as the demons are of different sorts.
Fate is hard.
Fate is stronger than
The gods, the authorities, the demons, the generations of people
Who are caught up in it.

Out of fate emerged
Sinfulness, violence, blasphemy, forgetfulness, ignorance,
Weighty commandments
Heavy sins
Terrible fear.
In this way all of creation became blind,
Ignorant of God above everything.

Because of imprisonment in forgetfulness
They are unaware of their sins,
They are bound into periods of time and seasons
By fate who is lord of it all.

Sabaoth

In the Reality of the Archons, Sabaoth is depicted as one of Yaldabaoth’s sons, working alongside daddy in the early stages of the universe’s creation.

At one point, the Demiurge brags that he’s the ultimate god. Sophia, his mother, is not amused from her perch in the higher heavens and scolds him. She sends an angel that binds Yaldabaoth and throws him into Tartarus for a time out. Sabaoth, her grandchild, is impressed with Sophia’s chutzpah and changes his stripes. As the Reality of Archons says:

Now when his offspring Sabaoth saw the force of that angel, he repented and condemned his father and his mother, matter. He loathed her, but he sang songs of praise up to Sophia and her daughter Zoe. And Sophia and Zoe caught him up and gave him charge of the seventh heaven, below the veil between above and below. And he is called ‘God of the forces, Sabaoth’, since he is up above the forces of chaos, for Sophia established him.

This immigration by Sophia might not have been a good idea, though.

When Yaldabaoth finds out his son is not only a turncoat but has been elevated, he gets really envious and then “envy engendered death; and death engendered his offspring and gave each of them charge of its heaven; and all the heavens of chaos became full of their multitudes.”

Ruha

Andrew Phillip Smith in John the Baptist and the Last Gnostics explains:

Into this darkness falls the evil spirit Ruha, who gives birth to a dragon or monster known as Ur.

In the realm of darkness, monsters emerge and evil angels are born as Ruha mates with her offspring Ur.

Ruha means ‘spirit’ and she is the intermediate entity who has fallen from grace and the light.

Unlike earlier Gnostic texts who redeem the fallen Sophia, Ruha remains a divine antagonist of both humans and good gods.

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