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Friday, February 1, 2019

Daniel 7:8, The Hypostasis of the Archons, and the Ten Principal Phonetic Tones of Human Language
“While I was looking at these (ten) horns, I saw another horn sprouting among them, a little one; three of the original horns were pulled out by the roots to make way for it; and in this horn I saw eyes like human eyes, and a mouth that was full of boasts.”
Daniel 7:8
As previously stated, the ten horns of the Revelation of John (Chapters 12:3; 13:1; 17:3, 7, 12 & 16) refer to the ten principal phonetic tones of human language; the ‘little one’ referring to the reflex-spatialization of human consciousness on the basis of self-reflection and the thought of the ‘thinker’; which is manifested in the Long I phonetic tone—as in, “I think, therefore, I am.” (“…a mouth that was full of boasts.”)
The three phonetic tones that were ‘pulled out by the roots’ are the Long U (non-dual) tone (signifying the contradiction of Truth); the Long A (dual) tone (signifying hardness of heart—the doctrinal manifestation of which is the denial of the Doctrine of “resurrection”, which is a Revelation which is received in the heart); and the Long I (dual) tone itself (which signifies the fundamentally flawed perception that the ‘classical consciousness’ has of its own identity). In other words, the ‘classical’, “beast of the earth” consciousness has no awareness of itself as the consciousness of “the Fall”; and that the consciousness with which man was Created by God is a non-temporal, non-spatial “observing consciousness” existing both prior to self-reflection as well as after the annihilation of the ‘classical’ consciousness itself.
This corresponds to the commentary in The Hypostasis of the Archons (of the Nag Hammadi Codices), in which it is stated:
“Their chief is blind; [because of his] power {i.e., self-reflection} and his ignorance {self-reflection is prior to thought} [and his] arrogance he said, with his [power] “It is I who am God; there is none [apart from me].”
When he said this, he sinned against the Entirety. And this speech got up to Incorruptibility; then there was a Voice that came forth from Incorruptibility, saying, “You are mistaken, Samael”—which is, ‘god of the blind.’
Michael (Daniel 12:1, Sura 2:98 of the Koran, Column XVII of the Scroll of the War of the Sons of Light)