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After many thousands of years of continued careful crossing breeding, the Feline/Human hybrids began to be more common in the royal line of the Felines, The House of Avyon, than the purebred Felines were. Yet, this was the plan. In time the purebred Felines would become the ancient ancestors of the Humans with only their genetic traits as a reminder of the connection between them. And though the genetic relationship between the Felines and Humans has been forgotten by modern man, the Felines remain in our consciousness as a regal creature, worthy of our respect and love. The Felines remain the loving and supportive guardians of their genetic offspring, the Humans. They have continued in this role through time and all dimensions of the Universal Game.
Devin (Feline) is the reigning patriarch of the 9D Royal House of Avyon, and Anu (Human) is the reigning patriarch of the 5D Royal House of Avyon at this time. After the lyran wars, our homeworld was one of the last standing against the old empire, the annanuki, that took and devastated many systems. Our own world was destroyed in the end with billions still left there as only so many could be rescued. We were taken into many systems, Pleiades, the blond haired nordic looking pleidians are the lyraean ones, as well as Sirius, and Andromeda, and other systems as well. We exist in higher dimensions in these other systems as I have been shown living in a crystal city in the pleiadian one once while doing a mediation. We are aspects of our higher selves, and on assignments.
One Gnostic mythos describes the declination of aspects of the divine into human form. Sophia (Greek: Σοφία, lit. "wisdom"), the Demiurge's mother and partial aspect of the divine Pleroma or "Fullness," desired to create something apart from the divine totality,
without the receipt of divine assent. In this act of separate creation,
she gave birth to the monstrous Demiurge and, being ashamed of her
deed, wrapped him in a cloud and created a throne for him within it. The
Demiurge, isolated, did not behold his mother, nor anyone else, and
concluded that only he existed, ignorant of the superior levels of
The Demiurge, having received a portion of power from his mother,
sets about a work of creation in unconscious imitation of the superior Pleromatic realm: He frames the seven heavens,
as well as all material and animal things, according to forms furnished
by his mother; working, however, blindly and ignorant even of the
existence of the mother who is the source of all his energy. He is blind
to all that is spiritual, but he is king over the other two provinces.
The word dēmiurgos properly describes his relation to the material; he is the father of that which is animal-like himself.
Thus Sophia's power becomes enclosed within the material forms of
humanity, themselves entrapped within the material universe. In
essence, the goal of Gnostic movements was typically the awakening of
this spark, which permitted a return by the subject to the superior,
non-material realities, which were its primal source.
In the Ophite and Sethian
systems, which have many affinities with the teachings of Valentinus,
the making of the world is ascribed to a company of seven archons, whose names are given, but still more prominent is their chief, "Yaldabaoth" (also known as "Yaltabaoth" or "Ialdabaoth").
In the Apocryphon of John c. AD 120–180, the demiurge arrogantly declares that he has made the world by himself:
Now the archon ["ruler"], who is weak, has three names. The first name is Yaltabaoth, the second is Saklas ["fool"], and the third is Samael.
And he is impious in his arrogance, which is in him. For he said, 'I am
God, and there is no other God beside me,' for he is ignorant of his
strength, the place from which he had come.
He is Demiurge and maker of man, but as a ray of light from above
enters the body of a man and gives him a soul, Yaldabaoth is filled with
envy; he tries to limit man's knowledge by forbidding him the fruit of
knowledge in paradise. At the consummation of all things, all light will
return to the Pleroma. But Yaldabaoth, the Demiurge, with the material world, will be cast into the lower depths.
Yaldabaoth is frequently called "the Lion-faced," leontoeides, and is said to have the body of a serpent. The demiurge is also
described as having a fiery nature, applying the words of Moses to him:
"the Lord our God is a burning and consuming fire." Hippolytus claims
that Simon used a similar description.
In Pistis Sophia,
Yaldabaoth has already sunk from his high estate and resides in Chaos,
where, with his forty-nine demons, he tortures wicked souls in boiling
rivers of the pitch, and with other punishments (pp. 257, 382). He is an
archon with the face of a lion, half flame, and half-darkness.
Under the name of Nebro (rebel), Yaldabaoth is called an angel in the apocryphal Gospel of Judas.
He is first mentioned in "The Cosmos, Chaos, and the Underworld" as one
of the twelve angels to come "into being [to] rule over chaos and the
[underworld]." He comes from heaven, and it is said his "face flashed
with fire and [his] appearance was defiled with blood." Nebro creates
six angels in addition to the angel Saklas to be his assistants. These six, in turn, create another twelve angels "with each one receiving a portion in the heavens."
The most probable derivation of the name "Yaldabaoth" was given by Johann Karl Ludwig Gieseler. Giesler believed the name was derived from the Aramaic yaldā bahuth, ילדאבהות, meaning "Son of Chaos." However, Gilles Quispel notes:
the third genius in this field, more specifically the genius of
precision, had taught us that some of us were wrong when they believed
that Jaldabaoth means "son of chaos" because the Aramaic word bahutha
in the sense of chaos only existed in the imagination of the author of a
well-known dictionary. This is a pity because this name would suit the
demiurge risen from chaos to a nicety. And perhaps the author of the Untitled Document did not know Aramaic and also supposed as we did once, that baoth had something to do with tohuwabohu,
one of the few Hebrew words that everybody knows. ... It would seem
then that the Orphic view of the demiurge was integrated into Jewish
Gnosticism even before the redaction of the myth contained in the
original Apocryphon of John. ... Phanes is represented with the mask of a lion's
head on his breast, while from his sides, the heads of a ram and a buck
are budding forth: his body is encircled by a snake. This type was
accepted by the Mithras mysteries, to indicate Aion,
the new year, and Mithras, whose numerical value is 365. Sometimes he
is also identified with Jao Adonai, the creator of the Hebrews. His
hieratic attitude indicates Egyptian origin. The same is true of the monstrous figure with the head of a lion, which symbolises Time, Chronos, in Mithraism; Alexandrian origin of this type is probable.
"Samael" literally means "Blind God" or "God of the Blind" in Hebrew (סמאל).
This being is considered not only blind, or ignorant of its own origins
but may, in addition, be evil; its name is also found in Judaism as the Angel of Death and in Christian demonology. This link to the Judeo-Christian tradition leads to a further comparison with Satan. Another alternative title for the demiurge is "Saklas," Aramaic for "fool."
The angelic name "Ariel" (meaning "the lion of God" in Hebrew) has also been used to refer to the Demiurge and is called his "perfect" name; in some Gnostic lore, Ariel has been called an ancient or original name for Ialdabaoth. The name has also been inscribed on amulets as "Ariel Ialdabaoth", and the figure of the archon inscribed with "Aariel".
In the Tayyibi Ismaili cosmogony, known as the “drama in heaven,” the transcendent Originator (al-mubdi)
originated a number of primordial originated beings equal in rank and
capacity. One of these originated beings realized it had been created by
God and began to worship its originator, and was thus called the First
Intellect (al-mubda al-awwal) reigning over the spiritual cosmos.
Other originated beings were ranked by how quickly they followed the
example of this First Intellect, and the second and third Intellects
competed for the second rank. The second originated being succeeded and
emerged as the Second Intellect. The third originated being refused to
accept this prioritization of the Second Intellect and committed the
first “sin,” thus falling from third rank to tenth rank in the hierarchy
of archangelic Intellects. After realizing its error and repenting,
this Tenth Intellect emerged to govern and sustain a physical cosmos
filled with its own spiritual members—other fallen souls—that had
equally failed to recognize the preeminence of the Second Intellect.
To regain its original position, the Tenth Intellect attempts to convince other fallen beings to repent and begins the da’wah on earth. With the support of its followers, the Tenth Intellect combats the darkness of Iblis as it climbs through cycles of time back to redemption on the Day of Resurrection (Qiyama). The first representative of the Spiritual Adam’s earthly da’wah
was the Universal Adam, the first and primordial Imam, who then took
the place of the Spiritual Adam at the Tenth Intellect at the end of the
initial earthly time cycle, thus elevating the Spiritual Adam one step
closer to redemption and to its former position. Neither of these two
Adams should be confused with the historical Adam of the Bible or the Quran, who was merely a Partial Adam responsible for inaugurating the current time cycle approximately 6,000 years ago.
In the Book of Urizen,
Urizen is an eternal self focused being that creates itself out of
eternity, and, it is only Urizen, the representation of abstractions and
is an abstraction of the human self that exists in the beginning.
Eventually, he creates the rest of creation but is tormented from the
rest of the Eternal essence. Urizen is seen as the essence of the
eternal priest and is opposed by Los, the eternal prophet. Parts of the story were later revised in The Book of Los and The Book of Ahania: The Book of Ahania describes Urizen's relationship with his son Fuzon, and the Book of Los (1795) describes Urizen's creations from Los's viewpoint. The Song of Los
(1795) describes how Urizen's laws are given to humanity and their
destructive effects. The work ends with Orc's appearance and Urizen
Urizen appears within Blake's illustrations of Job as an image of Apollo. He and his realm are described in Blake's Milton a Poem,
and he is said to have a throne of silver/love. His realm included his
children and was surrounded by justice and eternal science. The work
also describes Urizen's Satanic fall. The Urizen of Milton is in the form of reason, and it is he that Milton follows. He appears again in the image "Milton's Dream" as illustrated for Il Penseroso. In the image, Urizen is with images of despair and is interfering with the image of the true God.
Ptah is an Egyptian creator god who existed before all other things and, by his will, thought the world into existence. It was first conceived by Thought, and realized by the Word: Ptah conceives the world by the thought of his heart and gives life through the magic of his Word.
That which Ptah commanded was created, with which the constituents of
nature, fauna, and flora, are contained. He also plays a role in the
preservation of the world and the permanence of the royal function.
In the Twenty-Fifth Dynasty, the Nubian pharaoh Shabaka would transcribe on a stela known as the Shabaka Stone,
an old theological document found in the archives of the library of the
temple of the god at Memphis. This document has been known as the Memphite Theology, and shows the god Ptah, the deity responsible for the creation of the universe by thought and by the word.
Ptah is the patron of craftsmanship, metalworking, carpenters, shipbuilders, and sculpture.
Like many deities of ancient Egypt he takes many forms, through one of his particular aspects or through syncretism
of ancient deities of the Memphite region. Sometimes represented as a
dwarf, naked and deformed, his popularity would continue to grow during
the Late Period. Frequently associated with the god Bes, his worship then moved beyond the borders of Egypt and was exported throughout the eastern Mediterranean. Through dissemination by the Phoenicians, we find figures of Ptah in Carthage.
Ptah is generally represented in the guise of a man with green
skin, contained in a shroud sticking to the skin, wearing the divine
beard, and holding a sceptre combining three powerful symbols of ancient
These three combined symbols indicate the three creative powers of the god: power (was), life (ankh) and stability (djed).
From the Old Kingdom, he quickly absorbs the appearance of Sokar and Tatenen, ancient deities of the Memphite region. His form of Sokar is found contained in its white shroud wearing the Atef crown, an attribute of Osiris. In this capacity, he represents the patron deity of the necropolis of Saqqara
and other famous sites where the royal pyramids were built. Gradually
he formed with Osiris a new deity called Ptah-Sokar-Osiris. Statuettes
representing the human form, the half-human, half-hawk form, or simply
the pure falcon form of the new deity began to be systematically placed
in tombs to accompany and protect the dead on their journey to the West.
His Tatenen form is represented by a young and vigorous man
wearing a crown with two tall plumes that surround the solar disk. He
thus embodies the underground fire that rumbles and raises the earth. As
such, he was particularly revered by metalworkers and blacksmiths, but
he was equally feared because it was he who caused earthquakes and
tremors of the earth's crust. In this form also, Ptah is the master of ceremonies for Heb Sed, a ceremony traditionally attesting to the first thirty years of a pharaoh's reign.
The god Ptah could correspond with the sun deities Re or Aten during the Amarna period,
where he embodied the divine essence with which the sun god was fed to
come into existence, that is to say to be born, according to the
Memphite mythological/theological texts. In the holy of holies of his temple
in Memphis, as well as in his great sacred boat, he drove in procession
to regularly visit the region during major holidays. Ptah was also
symbolized by two birds with human heads adorned with solar disks,
symbols of the souls of the god Re: the Ba. The two Ba are identified as the twin gods Shu and Tefnut and are associated with the djed pillar of Memphis.
Finally, Ptah is embodied in the sacred bull, Apis. Frequently referred to as a herald of Re, the sacred animal is the link with the god Re from the New Kingdom.
He even received worship in Memphis, probably at the heart of the great
temple of Ptah, and upon the death of the animal, was buried with all
the honours due to a living deity in the Serapeum of Saqqara.
The teaching of the Buddha, among other Four Noble Truths and the beginning of Mahāvagga, is interpreted by Hari Singh Gour as follows:
Buddha states his propositions in
the pedantic style of his age. He throws them into a form of sorites;
but, as such, it is logically faulty and all he wishes to convey is
this: Oblivious of the suffering to which life is subject, man begets
children, and is thus the cause of old age and death. If he would only
realize what suffering he would add to by his act, he would desist from
the procreation of children; and so stop the operation of old age and
The Marcionites believed that the visible world is an evil creation of a crude, cruel, jealous, angry demiurge, Yahweh.
According to this teaching, people should oppose him, abandon his
world, not create people, and trust in the good God of mercy, foreign
The Encratites observed that birth leads to death. In order to conquer death, people should desist from procreation: "not produce fresh fodder for death".
The Manichaeans, the Bogomils and the Cathars believed that procreation sentences the soul to imprisonment in evil matter. They saw procreation as an instrument of an evil god, demiurge, or of Satan that imprisons the divine element in matter and thus causes the divine element to suffer.
These are rings, these bubble looking things are rings. The first thing coming to mind is that this is the Ring of Fire.
And what these are, it's like when we collapsed into density and we
separated into the membranes, there was a ring of fire we passed through
in the Wall in Time. That's what this is it is some kind of, I don't want to say Stargate it's not that, it is something likened to a time portal.
But it's a different construct it is a membrane opening between the
wall of time. Okay, the membrane between the wall of time between the
next universe. What we are starting to understand is the creation of
fields of the universal cycles, the cosmic day. There is an
understanding that from the center point of the God matrix the source
energy, many different creations were spawned in mathematical perfection
and formulation and these themes were created in these cosmic days of
What I'm looking at here is something very difficult to describe
but is the construct that we're connecting to now, which was literally
the passing through the Ring of Fire or the passing through the Wall in Time.
And this membrane thing that I'm looking at is not a dimension as we
know it. It is something I have yet to really discover a word for, as we
have discovered through working with membranes and collapsing the
different levels of the dimensional time space matrix, in terms of Timelines. This is not that, yet the closest thing I can connect to it is a Wall in Time.
It looks like a nebula almost, it's an opening in between the universes
in the wall of time. However, the structure that was created is unknown
at this time. It is something that has been a part of the lack of
structural integrity through the universal time fields.
I'm not quite sure how that relates to, a weakness in the universal
structure that had at some time been created. It's like we passed
through the wall of time.
Whatever this opening is, is a part of the linkage between the
multiple universes. I'm not feeling this is the galactic core. It is a
link or it's a rip or it's an opening between the universal creations
but it's not linking at the core. It's like we came here at one level to
attempt to understand what this is. It's not a black-hole.
It reminds me of something that I experienced earlier this year when I started to see the trans-harmonic pillar and the chute of this Wormhole
type of structure. And this structure, while you were inside it, was
like being in the thickest most unexplainable Plexiglas that you'd ever
been in. It was the strangest thing because I was inside this and it
could pull me up and down, I could travel in it. And yet looking through
it I could see beings and they were saying take me with you, don't
leave me here. So I understood that this was some kind of portal in and
out of here, that other vibrational genetic life forms are not able to
attain, from whatever genetic damage or reason. That being has had an
experience and gotten stuck in whatever time space it's in.
And somehow this thing that I'm looking at, this wall in time has
created some kind of vibrational mass that is similar. It's creating a
split, it's creating a wall it's creating an inability to pass through.
And right now I don't understand why. It is like a slice of some kind
of material in the universe that has come through and just ... I see
Okay. This was the damage from Lyra,
this was the damage from some planetary explosion. Okay we're going
back into one of the first stair steps into this cosmic day. Meaning
that this was one of the creational experiences we had in this
particular universal structure. This is going back billions of years
this has to do with Lyra, Vega and what's known I believe as Aramatena.
There were three planets that were within, I want to say this solar
system. This is getting the information to assimilate and see how this
We had two suns, this was a time where we had two suns. Somehow I'm
seeing an orbit with two suns and that was in this universe that was in
this structure. This was before this structure imploded on itself and
became separate. A planetary body exploded and the logo's and sentient
consciousness of that being was projected into part of the realm. This
has to do with the lineage of Ra and this is a Rishic level of consciousness
that is the Light of the Thousand Suns. This is a consciousness that,
the closest I can come to even understanding this would be the God the
Sun, like the consciousness of the sun basically.
Some event has created an explosion at that level, at that
timeline. This system was made of two suns and one of the suns exploded.
This is the metaphor between the son of God, and what I'm getting at is
that the original metaphor of the Luciferian
light and the light of Source, are coming from this. This
consciousness, this sun exploded and became reversed upon it self. I
don't want to use the word polarized because that's not accurate, it's
literally like it became the negative. As it exploded it went through a
black-hole and it reversed on itself and now you had two separations.
You had the sun on one side over here and you had a black-hole now on
the other side. And that black-hole used to be a sun.
Now for whatever reason as we're looking at this, again it's hard
to articulate. I don't want to place judgment or slant in looking at
this. Is it the divine plan the fragmentation of consciousness in the
experience we had there? That's fine. But it's understanding that now,
we are coming into the healing of the split of the two suns.
Understanding that the two suns, it's like the son of God but the
sun itself, the son/sun of all light, the sol/soul. This is a
consciousness, which is very hard to wrap around at a human level
because it isn't human. It's a consciousness it's a God, it's a God
consciousness. And it is that of the Great Central Sun, it is that which
feeds all life. Something blew up in the time of Lyra, something was
destroyed in the time of Lyra. Lyra was a planet, Vega was a planet, Aramatena
was a planet. In the three planets something happened one of these
planets exploded. I think it's Lyra is that correct? Okay. So when this
exploded, this thing that I'm looking at this opening this nebula this
ring, is where it went.
This is an opening it's like looking at a suction cup basically, a
really long spiral that went in the reverse direction instead of the
other direction. It became the negative of itself because it was like
inside out. And somehow this happened through an explosion. How and why
this explosion was caused is kind of a mystery. But what I'm seeing is
that the cause of this universe, in terms of its mechanics and
structure, the wall in time that is the split was created from this
original event. This universe became I want to say, special. Because it
seems at the time when this was witnessed from whatever level of
consciousness we can even imagine to ascertain this, something that had
never happened before, happened.
And so in a sense we could say even though much experience and
levels of fragmentation and distortion happened through this explosion
and split through the wall of time, it's like looking at this original
seed event. It's understanding, what I'm seeing is the link of all
fractal time-space in the seed in the original seed and spark of
creation of this universe, is that the same thing happened to the earth
at the same time this went on. It all happened at once. So when we
understand that the fifth dimensional counterpart of planet earth
imploded on itself and exploded into the third dimension as we know it,
with the 12 planets in this system. That is a micro level manifestation
of this event that I'm describing, which is what they're basically
attempting to show us here. This is the understanding of how this
universe began, do I want to say in polarity? This word does not seem
adequate but I do not have a word to replace it. The two suns separated
and these light projections manifested in the cycles of time as we
experience it now.
The term monad comes from the Greek feminine noun monas (nominative singular, μονάς), "one unit," where the ending -s in the nominative form resolves to the ending -d in declension.
In some gnostic systems, the Supreme Being is known as the Monad, the One, the Absolute, Aiōn Teleos (the Perfect Aeon, αἰών τέλεος), Bythos (Depth or Profundity, Βυθός), Proarchē (Before the Beginning, προαρχή), Hē Archē (The Beginning, ἡ ἀρχή), the Ineffable Parent, and/or the primal Father.
Prominent Christian gnostics like Valentinus taught that the Monad is the high source of the Pleroma, the region of light constituting "the fullness of the Godhead." Through a process of emanation,
various divine entities and realms emerge from the One. Arranged
hierarchically, they become progressively degraded due to their
remoteness from the Father. The various emanations of the One, totaling
thirty in number (or 365, according to Basilides), are called Aeons. Among them exist Jesus (who resides close to the Father) and the lowest emanation, Sophia (wisdom), whose fall results in the creation of the material world.
According to Theodoret's book on heresies (Haereticarum Fabularum Compendium i.18), the Arab Christian Monoimus (c. 150–210) used the term Monad to mean the highest god that created lesser gods,
or elements (similar to Aeons). In some versions of Christian
gnosticism, especially those deriving from Valentinius, a lesser deity
known as the Demiurge had a role in the creation of the material world separate from the Monad. In these forms of gnosticism, the God of the Old Testament, Yahweh, is often considered to have been the Demiurge, not the Monad, or sometimes different passages are interpreted as referring to each.
Apocryphon of John, written c. 180, gives the following description: