Simon Magus -- The lluminati's Jesus?
January 3, 2011
By Jack Walton
The full life of Simon Magus is mostly unknown, just as the events of the life of the historical Jesus.
He was most likely the same age as Jesus, and died shortly before Peter, his greatest enemy, in Rome, before it was burned in 64 AD.
This is not disputed by Christian scholars. He was the towering figure of his time, along with his wife, Helen, the Jezebel and whore of Babylon from Revelation.
According to Bible Scholars Barbara Thiering and Hans Jonas, Simon Magus was the founder of the Gnostic church and was the direct competitor with Christianity for the hearts and minds of the Greco Roman world.
Simon is the Beast, the original Antichrist, and the true identity of the number 666. He was so powerful in fact, that he is known by many different names in the Bible. Once all his "names" are learned, a very different picture of the Gospel emerges, one in which Jesus and Simon were creating two very different religions, for the reformation of Judaism, and the conversion of the Greco Roman/Pagan world to the Judaic god.
The circles that Magus worked in were the Illuminati of his time. At the time this consisted of what we would consider both "white" and "black" magicians, including the apostles of Jesus and the sects they led, (the "good" guys) as well as the Herod family, and the higher echelons of Rome, and the gnostic magicians (the Saturnalian or "black" magicians).
Thus, the "good guys" and the "bad guys had their start together at this time and later split up. Simon Magus was a Samaritan Jew, whose particular version of Judaism incorporated the sexual licentiousness of the ancient Babylonian religions.
According to Clement, the early church father, Magus could, levitate items on command, speak with spirits, summon demons and place them into statues making the statues walk and talk, fly, and even raise the dead.
These were all deceptions designed to indoctrinate his followers into believing he was a god. His religion, the Gnostic religion, was the sect that preceded Christianity in the Diaspora. The current Illuminati religion (freemasonry) is based on Gnosticism and the ancient Babylonian mysticism (Satanism?) that he incorporated into his version of Judaism that he was selling (quite literally) to the masses of the Greco-Roman world.
He is the inspiration for Faust, and modern televangelist deceivers continue his tradition whether they realize it or not (i.e., religion based on deception.) Anytime there is a reference to someone selling their soul to the devil, it is a reference to Faust, who was inspired by Simon Magus.
The medieval Rosicrucians who compiled the story of Faust understood all this (are they not Illuminati?) One of the great untold stories of Christianity is how Peter and Paul came behind Simon and converted his many followers to Christianity.
In the beginning, Magus had been a follower of John the Baptist, and because of his genius and ability, was accepted by Jesus and the other Apostles. Simon's early role in Judaism before his diaspora career, would be seen today as like an intelligence operative. He was of course, cast out of their ranks when they learned who he was.
One of the major things he did was attempt to organize a mass revolt against Pilate and the son of Herod, which was put down brutally. Pilate sought out the three leaders (at this time in Israel there was always leaders of three, symbolically priest, king and Levite).
At this time they were all considered zealots by Rome, which has come down mistranslated as thieves. These men were Simon, Judas (yes the Judas) and a man who went under the pseudonym Barabbas (son of the father).
Because of his association with these men, Jesus (who had tried to teach peace and love, but had given political cover to the zealots) ended up crucified. This is the true historical reason for the crucifixion of Jesus, lost to history. It can only be known by piecing many different sources together, like lost pieces of a grand puzzle.
These sources are, Josephus, Pliny, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Nag Hammadi Library, the Apocrypha, and the Gospels themselves.
Because of his stature, and the complexity of his life and relation to Jesus, Simon's accomplishments were divided by the Christians, and attributed to multiple people, under multiple pseudonyms. In other words, he was so dangerous, that he was practically wiped from history, except for those "in the know."
A great animosity existed between Simon and Peter. Simon's religion was based on deception, (Simon represented himself as a god), allowed for sexual licentiousness (the origins of "sex-magic", which included orgies and homosexuality by his followers.
Peter taught abstinence in marriage, except for procreation, and this drew a lot of women to his flock. This information is available in the apocryphal works of the Bible. Simon's death is well known to history, preserved in a way fitting to the superstitious masses of the time.
Simon was "flying" over the rooftops of Rome, in an attempt to win the hearts of the Romans from Peter, who was very popular with many. Peter went to his knees praying, as the story goes, and angels caused Simon to lose his power and fall to his death.