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Energy. Life force. We all need it to live. Life feeds upon life. The so called circle of life. The life cycle where creatures age and die (and are born again and again). The food chain. But where does all this energy come from? Cells within cells within cells in a fractal, holographic array or matrix.

From worm to sperm and back again to worms? At a more microscopic level we burn energy from our body cells where it is stored. Each cell in our body is a living organism in its own right and is powered by its mitochondria. So just who is in charge of us? Our brain cells? Or maybe even parasites within us? There's a war going on inside of us every minute of every day.
The Gnostics called the Chief Archon a delusional false god of this world, a sort of mind and energy parasite. He was depicted as a serpent with the head of a lion, and is sometimes depicted as a worm. Could it be that these titan ancient astronauts came from other dimensions or outer space to seed life here on Earth? Some scientists believe in panspermia and that a virus or microorganisms from outer space seeded and contaminated life here whether from a meterorite or comet. Some scientists believe we crawled out of the ocean and evolved from wriggling worm-like sea creatures. Whether or not that is true, we do in a sense evolve from a worm-like sperm in our mother's womb to eventually become humans.
But there is no denying we live every day washing our bodies with soap and water to keep them free from disease. We also rinse off and cook our food. From archaeon to archon. From egg to ego. From cell to self. From gamete to gamer. Or is it the other way around? Which came first? The ego or the egg? The gamer enters the game. This all begs the question: can we go from parasites to paradise?

The Gnostics wrote about archons that parasite our energy. The Chief archon they called the demiurge. He steals our light-power. But in the end he will fail and we shall be triumphant.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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