william henry

william henry

The Archons Want to Dominate the World

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Today controversial author and flimmaker Jay Weidner joins William Henry for a frank discussion about those of us who approach the world with a deeper understanding fear, which is that the legendary Archons may not only be an all-too-real phenomenon, but that the darkness they represent may be in the process of coming to dominate the world. Or not. It's also possible that a new golden age could dawn, but only if we make it happen. Jay is one of those people who has some answers to the question of how to do that, and in this powerful show, he tells us how he's using his film Shasta: A Revolution of the Spirit to help bring about that result, and cast aside the malign influence of the Archons. Jay's career has spanned decades. From his book "The Cross of Hendaye" to his trailblazing film "Kubrick's Odyssey," Jay has explored the secrets of alchemy and the coming Golden Age. A characteristic feature of the Gnostic concept of the universe is the role played in almost all Gnostic systems by the seven world-creating archons, known as the Hebdomad (ἑβδομάς). These Seven are in most systems semi-hostile powers, and are reckoned as the last and lowest emanations of the Godhead; below them—and frequently considered as derived from them—comes the world of the actually devilish powers. There are indeed certain exceptions; Basilides taught the existence of a "great archon" called Abraxas who presided over 365 archons (Irenaeus, Adversus Haereses, i. 24). The ancient astronomy taught that above the seven planetary spheres was an eighth, the sphere of the fixed stars. In the eighth sphere, these Gnostics taught, dwelt the mother to whom all these archons owed their origin, Sophia (Wisdom) or Barbelo. In the language of these sects the word Hebdomad not only denotes the seven archons, but is also a name of place, denoting the heavenly regions over which the seven archons presided; while Ogdoad denotes the supercelestial regions which lay above their control.