posted on Feb, 17 2015 @ 09:51 AM
a reply to: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
What is a "John"? In Plato's Ion
he is described as a "rhapsode" from Ephesus who is a less than honest interpreter of Homer, so the
Jewish Philosopher Philo who was a less than honest interpreter of Moses can also be considered a "John". The name "Philo" also means "friend"
in Greek and this same idea can be expressed in Hebrew as "merea'" which means that Philo was also a "Mary". These associations are based on
the "correctness" of names as explained in Plato's Cratylus
. This means that Philo was a "hermaphrodite". Note that this term links
Hermes, the messenger of the god's, to Aphrodite, the goddess of "love". Philo's "male" face comes from the fact that many of his claims about
the allegoric nature of the Books of Moses were true, but the "female" face represents his overall false interpretations.
Allegoric rules allow for real people to be represented as multiple character's so it is very possible that Philo was both John the Apostle and John
the Baptist, however, the Gnostics associate "baptism" with "tranquility" and "quiet" (The Tripartite Tractate) which means that we must also
suspect Tranquillus and Tacitus (via Plato's "correctness") as representing "baptizers" and therefore John the Baptist might represent a less
than honest interpreter of history.
The Old Testament Jonah was also a "John". The name "Jonah" comes from the Hebrew meaning "dove". Another kind of dove is the "turtledove"
and this is represented in Hebrew as "tur" which oddly enough is also the Hebrew word for "spy". Again, Plato's "correctness" suggests a link
and Johah's reported actions in his mission to Nineveh as well as some statements found in Plato's Ion
are entirely consistent with the
description of a spy.
The finger pointing up represents movement of hidden meanings into the literal world, while the finger pointing down represents the movement of real
world ideas into the underworld.
Most religious writings are in fact allegory and much of this allegory contains a hidden history, while the rest provides details on how the allegory
works. Judas the Galilean founded the Pre-Christian Gnostics and disseminated allegoric secrets to the outside world. To undo the damage, a campaign
of disinformation was begun led by Philo. Those following Philo's methods infiltrated Gnostic groups corrupting their interpretations and the
Christian Gnostics were born (or reborn). Since the true origin of the Gnostics could not be told without exposing the secret that was being hidden,
the Gospel accounts were created to provide a literal cover story, while telling the truth in hidden meanings.