I first came across the concept of an “Archon” in 2005 when I read the Pistis Sophia, which means “Faith” and “Wisdom” in the Greek language. This sacred, third-century text is considered to be one of the more important Gnostic scriptures found to date.
In Gnostic cosmology, Archons are a species of inorganic beings that came into existence when the Aeon (considered an emanation of the “God” force) Sophia unintentionally produced the Archons during her fall from the galactic core.
By understanding how the Archons, or hidden negative controllers, are affecting us on multiple levels, we can overcome them.They need to be exposed and expelled from from individual minds and from all of humanity. I believe this is an integral step toward our collective evolution to a higher state of consciousness.
I’ll be writing more about Sophia, also known as the Goddess of Wisdom, in the future. Her narrative is meaningful for two main reasons. First, she’s a powerful representation of the divine feminine and second, she serves as a model for our own ascension process, along with Christ.
But back to the Archons: As a brief introduction, I’ve included a transcript of Jay Weidner’s interview with Jeff Rense on Rense Radio. I’ve also included a link to the YouTube audio version. Feel free to share your thoughts on this idea.
Rense: Many people have heard the term “Archon” but would be hard-pressed to define it. What is an Archon?
Weidner: To begin with, I would draw attention to two articles on your site: The Global Coup d’Etat and the one about ownership of the world. The Queen of England owns one sixth of the non-ocean surface of the world; and keep that in mind as we go into the Archon subject.
The Archons were whispered about in texts after the burning of the library at Alexandria with some mention of mysterious beings called Archons.
But the powers that be spent 1,300 years cleaning up the records and had written out the Archons from our history. In 1947, texts were found in clay jars in Nag Hammadi in Egypt and, on these texts was a story of what the Nag Hammadi people, 2,000 years ago, thought the world was about.
The reason the Nag Hammadi texts, which date back 2,100 years (100 BC), are so important is that no one has been able to put a spin on it [the texts have not been altered, destroyed or omitted as in the Bible], no one has been able to distort or destroy them which is what they’d really like to do [to keep the information and knowledge from the masses].