This guy seems to be describing the gnostic Archons!
The stereoma is the virtual world of the Archons, a species of inorganic beings produced by Sophia's impact upon elemental matter before She
metamorphoses into the earth. The name Archon comes from the Greek root archai, "before, preceding." (Adjective: Archontic.)
The Archons are so called because they and their world arise before the organic structures of life on earth emerge.
Level One: Cosmological
In Gnostic cosmology, Archons are a species of inorganic beings that emerged in the solar system prior to the formation of the earth. They are
cyborgs inhabiting the planetary system (exclusive of the earth, sun and moon), which is described as a virtual world (stereoma) they construct by
imitating the geometric forms emanated from the Pleroma, the realm of the Generators, the Cosmic Gods.
The Archons are a genuine species with their own proper habitat, and may even be considered to be god-like, but they lack intentionality (ennoia:
self-directive capacity), and they have a nasty tendency to stray from their boundaries and intrude on the human realm. Archons are said to feel
intense envy toward humanity because we possess the intentionality they lack.
The Gaia Mythos describes how the Archons were produced by fractal impact in the dense elementary field arrays (dema) of the galactic limbs, when
the Aeon Sophia plunged unilaterally from the galactic core. See especially Episode 10. This event is also described in detail in Alien Dreaming.
Level Two: Noetic-Psychological
In Gnostic psychology, the noetic science of the Mystery Schools, Archons are an alien force that intrudes subliminally upon the human mind and
deviates our intelligence away from its proper and sane applications. They are not what makes us act inhumanely, for we all have the potential to go
against our innate humanity, violating the truth in our hearts, but they make us play out inhumane behavior to weird and violent extremes.
Left to our own devices, we would sometimes act inhumanely and then correct it, contain the aberration. Obviously, we do not always do so. In the
exaggeration of our insane and inhumane tendencies, and in extreme, uncorrected deviance from our innate intelligence, Gnostics saw the signature of
an alien species that piggy-backs on the worst human failings.
Hence, Archons are psycho-spiritual parasites. Yet as offspring of the Aeon Sophia, they are also our cosmic kin.
As inorganic entities of two types, embryonic and reptilian, Archons can at moments penetrate the terrestrial atmosphere and terrorize humans,
although there is no reason or order to these forays, for the aliens cannot remain for very long in the biosphere and, anyway, they have no master
plan to accomplish here. The ontological status of the Archons is dual: they exist both as an alien species independent of humankind, and as a
presence in our minds, rather like a set of programs operating in our mental environment. The risk they pose by invading our mental software is far
greater than any physical risk they might pose by erratically breaching the biosphere.
Working through telepathy and suggestion, the Archons attempt to deviate us from our proper course of evolution. Their most successful technique
is to use religious ideology to insinuate their way of thinking and, in effect, substitute their mind-set for ours. According to the Gnostics,
Judeo-Christian salvationism is the primary ploy of the Archons, an alien implant.
Our capacity to discern alien forces working in our minds is crucial to survival and co-evolution with Gaia who, as Sophia, accidentally produced
the Archons in the first place. (This comment belongs to Level One, the cosmological definition, but as so often happens with Gnostic teachings,
noetic and cosmic elements tend to merge.)
By recognizing and repelling the Archons, we claim our power, define our boundaries in the cosmic framework, and establish our purpose relative to
Gaia, the indwelling intelligence of the planet.
Level Three: Sociological
In the Gnostic view of human society, the Archons are alien forces that act through authoritarian systems, including belief-systems, in ways that
cause human beings to turn against their innate potential and violate the symbiosis of nature. LIVE spelled backwards is EVIL, but the Archons are not
evil in the sense that they possess autonomous powers of destruction, able to be applied directly upon humanity.
They are agents of error rather than evil — but human error, when it goes uncorrected and runs beyond the scale of correction, turns into evil
and works against the universal plan of life. Gnostics taught that the Archons exploit our tendency to let our mistakes go uncorrected.
Because the Archons need human complicity to gain power over humankind, any one who assists them can be considered a kind of Archon, an accessory.
How do humans assist the Archons? One way (suggested in the Level Two definition) is by accepting the mental programs of the Archons — that is,
adopting the alien intelligence as if it were human-based — and implementing those programs by actually enforcing them in society. Another way is by
actively or passively conforming to the agendas so proposed and imposed.
Jacques Lacarriere suggests that Gnostics detected the humanized face of the Archons in all authoritarian structures and systems that deny
authenticity and self-determination to the individual. He argues that Gnostics recognized "the fundamentally corrupt character of all human
enterprises and institutions: time, history, powers, states, religions, races, nations..." (The Gnostics, p. 24)
Corruption occurs, not because we make errors, but because the errors we make go uncorrected and extrapolate beyond the scale of correction.
Lacarriere says that Gnostics reached this conclusion “out of rational observation of the natural world and human behavior.” Ultimately, they
asserted the “contention that all power – whatever kind it may be – is a source of alienation... All institutions, laws, religions, churches and
powers are nothing but a sham and a trap, the perpetuation of an age-old deception.” (p. 28-29)
This may seem like a dark view of human affairs, but given the evidence of history (not to mention current events), it cannot be said to be unfair