STORYBOOK HIEROGLYPHICS WERE NOT EXCLUSIVELY ON GOD’S MIND when He cautioned of Egypt, commanding His chosen people the Israelites: “Ye shall henceforth return no more that way (Deuteronomy 17:16).” There is more to Egypt than meets the eye. That is my conclusion, anyhow. But for the everyday sort who exhibits a terrible habit of throwing his caution to the wind, the long-forsaken kingdom of the Pharaohs, with its catacombs of dusty tombs and strange illegible markings, is little more than monuments to pagan worship, and worthy perhaps of a museum exhibit. But he alone is not to blame for his candor. Even our Egyptologists seem content to gaze up at these almost-alien engravings and interpret for us a series of ancient polytheistic fables and textbook mythologies without ever so-much as conceiving the broader—though admittedly esoteric—reality by which these deities were once represented to the eclectic fraternities and insiders of higher-learning that they were intended for. As history has proven, the hidden mysteries have never been a subject for the mainstream-minded. In this manner they have thrived through the centuries, and bound us to them.
Origen Adamantius (184-253AD), an early Christian theologian from Alexandria and mystic in his own right, once confessed of this ancient religion:
“The Egyptian philosophers have sublime notions with regard to the Divine nature, which they kept secret, and never discover to the people but under a veil of fables and allegories.”
Egypt wasn’t exactly a kiss-and-tell. Nor are the easygoing societies of secret symbolism which unashamedly surround us in the open halls of academia today. Even among its whispered secrets, just as it is with the various degrees of Freemasons, Egypt’s mystery schools contained an order of the lower and higher learning. Occult scholar Lewis Spence (1874 – 1955) compares the secret society of the Freemasons with initiations into the mystery schools of Ancient Egypt:
“The purpose of initiation is a conventional attempt to realize man’s place in the universe and in the divine scheme of things, and for this, I believe, the Egyptian Mystery System achieved for the first time in an orderly and philosophical manner … Have we no lessons to learn from Egypt? Aye, the greatest in the world, the knowledge of that divine introspection which alone can give man the likeness of the Divine.”
Historian Alphonse Mariette quotes this of Egypt’s mysteries:
“To the initiated of the sanctuary, no doubt, was reserved the knowledge of the god in the abstract, the god concealed in the unfathomable depths of his own essence. But for the less refined adoration of the people were presented the endless images of deities sculpted on the walls of temples.”
For Greek thinkers such as Plato, who lifted Egypt’s banners as though they were his own philosophical inventions, the realm of ideas is the haven of true knowledge, whereas the realm of material objects is only mere opinion. Instruction of the higher divine knowledge might be compared to a form of midwifery, in which the instructor only assists his pupil in giving birth to an idea that has already been conceived. Accordingly, the ultimate objective of Egypt’s mystery schools “were to lead back to the evolutionary principles of the higher realms from which we had descended, causing the true joy and happiness of the soul and spirit, a perfect enjoy full state of existence” (author Vashisht Vaid, “The Codified Mysteries”).
Today we are faced with the same midwifery. Albert Einstein was clearly in the know when he assured us: “The religion of the future will be a cosmic religion. It should transcend personal God and avoid dogma and theology.” Indeed, Quantum Physics is nothing more than a repackaging of the age-old mystical. It swings materialistic science back around full revolution to the ancient occult mysteries once embraced by Noah’s grandchildren. And it is just like Satan to expose one terrible lie, that being paganism, only to turn our head and fix our gaze upon yet another damnation—which ironically is, as it always has been, the exact same thing.
For example, author Ernest Abraham Hart, in his book Hypnotism, Mesmerism and the New Witchcraft (1896), boasts of the modern man: “There have always been persons who claimed the gift or distinction of conversing with spirits. Science, with its rigorous analysis and its exact methods of proof, has made an end of many imaginary beings. Nymphs, fauns, river gods, fairies, brownies, kelpies, and spirits of every kind have fallen out of belief.” Hart goes on to write, “We do not say that all those who take to spiritualism are sceptics, but the tendency generally indicates a decaying faith in revealed religion.”
Our 19th-century forefathers, the Industrial Age Modernists, dispelled any such silly notion that the unseen world should wish to “peer through the curtain which covers the world beyond the grave” (Hart). As we, the formerly gullible, have come to comprehend, it is because such a reading of hieroglyphics was never intended by the ruling Elite and occultists who craftily shaped our understanding of the world. As Hart concluded, “We should be loth to deride such gropings after the supernatural” of revealed religion. Such persistence is highly ironic for those of us who have woken from this great and terrible end-times deception, especially when considering it was these same learned and scientific-minded men who guided us by Nuit’s hand. Yes, Nuit, the Egyptian sky goddess of hieroglyphics. It is she who may be found in those dusty catacombs leaning over her brother and husband Geb, the Earth god. It is she who supplements and perverts the Hebrew firmament, who guides us into the sexual ecstasy of Aleister Crowley and Jack Parson’s space worship, which NASA has built its very foundations upon, should we be so enlightened and learned as to master our own ascension.
Into the eternal gullible we must go.
With Quantum Physics, what we have come to know as the superstring theory, or the “Theory of Everything,” such esoteric knowledge essentially attempts to gather all of the particles and fundamental forces of nature into one being, including dark matter and the harmonization of Einstein’s general relativity and gravitation as it applies to large-scale structures (such as distant galaxies, black holes, and stars), by modeling them as vibrations of tiny supersymmetric strings. In other words, everything in our universe is interconnected by vibrating strings and membranes of energy. We are only personified as one might detect the sound of a cricket. We find ourselves in a universal field of virtual particles, and therefore we are all part of a single living system. Accordingly, consciousness is nothing more than a biological and wholly physical construct, be it an evolutionary one, and is therefore delegated to a broader ecosystem, a larger universal collective consciousness.
Essentially, all life is fundamentally one. And for Quantum Physicists like Amit Goswami it is a self-saving Gospel. He says, “Consciousness is the ground of all being.” Fully realized, mind, body, and spirit create a sacred trinity that allows us to fully experience life on earth. Yoga flourishes off such notions. Austrian theoretical physicist Erwin Schrödinger agrees: “Quantum physics thus reveals a basic oneness of the universe”
If I might be so bold as to try and sum up physicist Fritjof Capra’s bestseller, “The Tao of Physics: An Exploration of the Parallels Between Modern Physics and Eastern Mysticism,” into a single comprehensible sentence, then essentially both scientists and secret mystics of ancient and modern times have developed highly sophisticated methods of observing nature which is equal and completely compatible to the other and yet wholly inaccessible to the common lay person.
“The basic recurring theme in Hindu mythology is the creation of the world by the self-sacrifice of God—‘sacrifice’ in the original sense of ‘making sacred’—whereby God becomes the world which, in the end, becomes again God.”
It is of the highest importance to note that the Judaism of Moses’ day and the Christianity which would follow in line with Yeshua Hamashiach’s teachings has absolutely no notable mention in the construct of esoteric physics—anywhere. God’s Testimony concerning Himself and His creation is completely absent from any true understanding of the Greek, Babylonian, and Egyptian mystery schools. For the righteous man, this is a good thing. Once again, the Word of God compels us with its unique vision of the Divine. He is not His creation, and we are certainly not Him. Nor are we the savior of ourselves. God alone is Savior. And yet, despite lifting the veil on spiritual Egypt, we can thank occultist meanderings within the field of quantum mechanics for computers and Smartphones, fiber optic telecommunications and GPS. An entire technological marvel of Babylon has been achieved, and once again, just as it was in the days of Moses and Daniel, we find ourselves indebted to it—in bondage even.
Mind, consciousness, reincarnation, evolution, even the heliocentric model—yes, the very occultist knowledge with which Copernicus would later dip into and try on for size—have long been expressed, though most cleverly masked, by Egypt’s mystery schools. No wonder why God was absolutely clear on the subject. On no uncertain terms were we to return to Egypt.
“Yet I am the LORD thy God from the land of Egypt, and thou shalt know no god but me: for there is no savior beside me (Hosea 13:4).”
That Moses received his training among Egypt’s most esoteric and sinister of societies was well-known even to the Jews of Jesus’ day. Moments before Stephen was cast out of Jerusaelm and stoned—being the first Christian martyr of many more to come—he spoke to the Temple priests and to Saul the Pharisee concerning him: “And Moses was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians, and was mighty in words and deeds (Acts 7:22).”
Let us now consider Moses’ actions. Israel’s first redeemer betrayed the scientific establishment of his day—and from what was arguably the greatest, longest lasting Empire in human history. He was even entrusted with it. Yes, even the wealth by which such knowledge built his civilization and comforts it provided, he completely abandoned. Moses understood the true spiritual lesson—that God’s chosen people were enslaved by the sorcery which bolstered it. Assuredly, despite the very enlightenments that once accompanied him, nothing could compare with the burning bush in the wilderness, who called unto Moses: “I AM THAT I AM.”
Contrarily, Moses had been educated with what would later come to be known as the Hermetic Axiom, which is: “The All is in All, and All is in The All.” Roughly translated, “God is in All and All is in God.” Everything that Moses had at one time intimately embraced for four decades of his life was most easily debunked as a sad pathetic and damnable imitation in light of what that voice in the burning bush would offer. And it was all cast aside the moment he stood before Pharaoh, aptly demanding: “Thus saith the LORD God of Israel, Let my people go.”
The LORD brought His people out of spiritual Egypt. Yet ever since then we’ve desired to go back. Those who covet indebtedness to their slaveholders need only look to the Kabbalist, Hermeticists, Gnostic, Buddhist, and Alchemist and thank them, not only for their private preservation of the higher learning, far from the reckoning of gullible man, but constructing western society from the foundation and ground floor on up, with its plush comforts of living, and blindfolding us Christians into actually believing that the God of the Bible was behind it all.
For those of us whom the Spirit has woken—awoken from this present darkness, that is; what are we to do with this knowledge, particularly our continued involvement in the technological fruits of mysticism? The computer—the Smartphone—fiber optic telecommunications and GPS. Even the world wide web. Take it to God. I am but a man. Always take it to God.
In the meantime, I invoke the 8th-century prayer of the missionary to the Irish, Saint Patrick. He knew darkness where he saw it. The secret societies were certainly not hidden from him. Mainly, the “black laws of pagandom” and its magical crafts which sought to “corrupt man’s body and soul.” If only the everyday Christian of the last few centuries—even today, prayed as our great spiritual fathers once did. Would it be possible that the mysteries of ancient Egypt could blind us as they now do?
“I summon to-day all these powers between me and those evils,
Against every cruel merciless power that may oppose my body and my soul,
Against incantation of false prophets,
Against black laws of pagandom,
Against false laws of heretics,
Against craft of idolatry,
Against spells of women and smiths and wizards,
Against every knowledge that corrupts man’s body and soul.”
“Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me,
Christ in me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me,
Christ on my right, Christ on my left,
Christ when I lie down, Christ when I sit down, Christ when I arise….”