Lacking the benefit of divine revelation, man is limited in what his rational powers can know about the metaphysical and the transcendent — those realities that exist above and beyond what he can experience with his five senses. Metaphysics, literally meaning “beyond and above the physical,” is concerned with the transcendent nature of ultimate reality and the principles that govern it. The body belongs to the archons and returns to the dark lords of matter, the spirit belongs to the Pleroma. The soul is crucified between spirit and matter, and must choose the way in which it will go
The human ego is that aspect of our consciousness which experiences itself as an archon – a pre-existing subject, agent or ’cause’ of action, whose identity remains unchanged by its actions.
Ego divides, which is what the Archons want. Ego is the reason for the Tower of Babel (as described in your Bible), which led to the separation of humanity and loss of the experience of Oneness, and the ability of humans to understand each others.
Humankind’s goal is to escape from the clutches of the powers that rule the material universe—often called “archons”—and return to the “eternal God” that exists beyond this creation. This situation is echoed in the setting of Andy and Larry Wachowski’s Matrix films (1999-2003), in which machines have won a war against human-ity by imprisoning the entire human race. The robots harvest the energy of human bodies while pacifying their captive minds within a virtual reality known as “the Matrix?’ This illusory prison is the only reality that humankind knows: “It is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth . . . [t]hat you are a slave. . . . Like everyone else you were born into bondage, born into a prison that you cannot smell or taste or touch. A prison for your mind.”” A few humans have awoken from the Matrix into the nightmarish real world,
The body belongs to the archons and returns to the dark lords of matter, the spirit belongs to the Pleroma. The soul is crucified between spirit and matter, and must choose the way in which it will go. The Gospel of Philip states that as long as what it refers to as the root of wickedness is hidden it remains strong. However, when it is recognised, it will be dissolved.
It only has power over us because we have not recognised it. The root of wickedness is the deceit of the archons, and they only have power over us because we have not seen through the veils of deception and realised our imprisonment in matter.
This would later find an echo in Jung who taught that we do not attain gnosis by imagining beings of light, but only by making the darkness conscious, an endeavour that is so disagreeable that It Is generally eschewed. For anyone making a reasonable analysis of the Gnostic literature, there can be no shadow of a doubt that the Gnostic pastors of antiquity considered this world to be a corrupt, fallen place and they wanted to get the flock out of here.
At the end of The Matrix, Neo claims that despite our desire to change the world the Matrix will remain our cage. We cannot change the cage; nevertheless, it can become our chrysalis in which we are transformed; but to be liberated we have to change ourselves. The Black Iron Prison can simply imprison us, or it can rehabilitate us. The prison is not going to change, or at least, not until we do.
The Archons contorls the human body in many ways; one is through our five senses, another way is to feed our minds with fear-propaganda in news and by the movie industry, and a third way is to keep Mankind tuned and oppressed to the three physuical chakras.
Everything on Earth is design to tune in all of mankind to low vibrational frequencies, so therefore, much you read and watch on news, and watching im movies is designed around emotions and thoughts on the “Map of Consciousness” Scale, and the music industry is designed in same way, and the also using a certain kind of frequency rhytm.
Many power players in the entertainment industry, who have the ability to convey mind-control techniques via music and movies.
The Secret Book of John teaches that the cycle of rebirth into this world continues until the soul attains the gnosis that lifts the veil of deception and, through its efforts, realises perfection and is saved, returning to a state of eternal repose in the Pleroma. The Gnostic tradition affirms the doctrine of reincarnation, and it appears in a number of places in the Gnostic literature; however, it does not appear to be something the Gnostic should be overly concerned with. The task of the Gnostic is to escape from the material world, and return to the Pleroma, whilst in this present incarnation.
The Gospel of Philip teaches that people who have been enslaved against their will can be freed; however, those who have been freed by their master and then sell their souls back into slavery can never be freed again. On the other hand, regarding the fate of the divine spark, the spirit within us, it will return to the Pleroma. In truth, it never really left, because it is the Pleroma. It is merely the archons’ veil of deception that gives us the illusion that we are not from the Pleroma, and are separated from it. God is at home, it is we who have gone out for a walk … and got lost in Dante’s dark wood along the way.
Another feature of Gnostic soteriology is the idea that it involves an ascent through a series of planes in order to reach the transcendent realm of light. These planes are thought to be controlled by the archons and the aspiring Gnostic must carefully navigate a way past the archons who will do what they can to thwart the Gnostic’s efforts and keep him, or her, enslaved in the lower realms. In the Gnostic tradition, the Pleroma is considered “higher”, and the fallen world of the archons “lower”. However, the “ascent” ought to be seen as metaphorical, and is not to be thought of as a movement upwards. It should be considered as an expansion of consciousness and an increase in gnosis.
But in today’s Matrix model , the false world has become the world of mediation , its rulers or archons are not carnal demons but captains of propaganda and brainwashing.
In Gnosticism, man’s origin is both terrestrial and extraterrestrial. Man’s body and soul were formed and shaped in its descent to earth by the archons, who are personifications of the planetary forces. But hidden in man’s soul is the spirit, or Nous.
This extraterrestrial spirit is the divine spark that originated from the divine substance but as a result of the divine tragedy fell from its celestial domain into the cosmic realm of the archons, where it was enslaved by the seven deadly vices. Despite his being held captive by those seven deadly sins, man’s divine spark, which is imprisoned within him, remains his only hope of escape from the fate of the material world. To fully regain his lost deity, man must undergo an ascetic purification as he ascends mystically through the archons to his origin.
Down through the ages, it has always been man’s natural urge to transcend himself and embrace a reality above and beyond this temporal earthly life in order to attain personal immortality.
Lacking the benefit of divine revelation, man is limited in what his rational powers can know about the metaphysical and the transcendent — those realities that exist above and beyond what he can experience with his five senses. Metaphysics, literally meaning “beyond and above the physical,” is concerned with the transcendent nature of ultimate reality and the principles that govern it.
“The body belongs to the archons and returns to the dark lords of matter, the spirit belongs to the Pleroma. The soul is crucified between spirit and matter, and must choose the way in which it will go.”
Christ’s mission was to bring gnosis, so that through it our spirits, which truly belong in the Pleroma, may return there.
The redeemed become, through him, partakers of the Spirit; they know the mysteries of the Pleroma and the law given by the Demiurgos is no longer binding on them. The most perfect blessedness is reached through Gnosis; those psychical men, win, do not advance beyond more faith (riartc), become par-takers only of partial blessedness. For these, works are essential, in addition to faith, for their salvation; but the Gnostic is saved without works, like a spiritual man.