Saturday, 12 April 2014

Why am I, a follower of King Helios Aion Mithras support Pauline Christianity and side with Saint Paul?

Why do I side with Saint Paul and criticize the criticisms made by Julian and Ebionites against Saint Paul and criticize the criticism of Thomas Paine on Christianity? First let us see what those criticisms were.
But that from the beginning God cared only for the Jews and that He chose them out as his portion, has been clearly asserted not only by Moses and Jesus but by Paul as well; though in Paul's case this is strange. For according to circumstances he keeps changing his views about God, as the polypus changes its colours to match the rocks,23 and now he insists that the Jews alone are God's portion, and then again, when he is trying to persuade the Hellenes to take sides with him, he says : "Do not think that he is the God of Jews only, but also of Gentiles : yea of Gentiles also." 24 Therefore it is fair to ask of Paul why God, if he was not the God of the Jews only but also of the Gentiles, sent the blessed gift of prophecy to the Jews in abundance and gave them Moses and the oil of anointing, and the prophets and the law and the incredible and monstrous elements in their myths? For you hear them crying aloud: "Man did eat angels' food." 25 And finally God sent unto them Jesus also, but unto us no prophet, no oil of anointing, no teacher, no herald to announce his love for man which should one day, though late, reach even unto us also. Nay he even looked on for myriads, or if you prefer, for thousands of years, while men in extreme ignorance served idols, as you call them, from where the sun rises to where he sets, yes and from North to South, save only that |345 little tribe which less than two thousand years before had settled in one part of Palestine. For if he is the God of all of us alike, and the creator of all, why did he neglect us? Wherefore it is natural to think that the God of the Hebrews was not the begetter of the whole universe with lordship over the Avhole, but rather, as I said before, that he is confined within limits, and that since his empire has bounds we must conceive of him as only one of the crowd of other gods. Then are we to pay further heed to you because you or one of your stock imagined the God of the universe, though in any case you attained only to a bare conception of Him? Is not all this partiality? God, you say, is a jealous God. But why is he so jealous, even avenging the sins of the fathers on the children? 
- Julian, Against the Galileans.
As a follower of King Helios Aion Mithras I would have probably sided with Julian here because his arguments are quite fair and solid but unfortunately as it seems from his arguments he is completely unaware of the esoteric Pauline Tradition of Valentinianism and it is for this one reason alone that I cannot side with Julian.

The fact that the esoteric Pauline Tradition of Valentinianism possessed the highest pleromic interpretation of the bible and the way they said that the scriptures are ambiguous and truth cannot be extracted from them by those who are ignorant of tradition shows how powerful their Gnosis of the unbegotten Father was.

Julian's arguments completely breaks down when one sees Pauline Chrisitianity in this light, remember even Julian is confused of Saint Paul's teachings and finds his teachings quite strange, not only that the pneumatic Gentiles (i.e. The Greeks) are apart from the works of the Law according to Saint Paul, but also Jesus was not sent by the maker of this world or the Archons who rule this world instead he was sent by Abraxas the supreme Aeon of the cosmos.

So whatever Julian is criticizing against Saint Paul is based on a complete misunderstanding of his teachings. It is only the Valentinian Christians who brought a harmony between the Old Testament and the New Testament, who brought a harmony between the Jewish Christianity and the Gentile Christianity and the man behind this esoteric teaching was the Great Apostle Saint Paul of Tarsus.
The christian religion and Masonry have one and the same common origin: both are derived from the worship of the Sun. The difference between their origin is, that the christian religion is a parody on the worship of the Sun, in which they put a man whom they call Christ, in the place of the Sun, and pay him the same adoration which was originally paid to the Sun, as I have shown in the chapter on the origin of the Christian religion. 
 - Thomas Paine, On the origins of Freemasonry
From the time of my teenage the epistles of Saint Paul always attracted me and I knew Saint Paul was saying something different from the rest of the Apostles but as a follower of Helios I tried to separate myself as far as possible from the Judeo-Islam-Christian religion and if there didn't existed a secret Pauline esoteric tradition which claimed to have an esoteric interpretation of the Pauline epistles I would have probably agreed with Thomas Paine and Julian but as it is the case it is the existence of the Valentinian Pauline tradition which gives me such wisdom to side with Saint Paul and rubbish away the criticisms of Thomas Paine and Julian on Christianity and on Saint Paul respectively because when I read the Valentinian scriptures I do not find charlatanry or deceit but only the highest truth.
Those who are called Ebionites agree that the world was made by God... they use the Gospel of Matthew only, and repudiate the Apostle Paul, maintaining that he was an apostate from the Law. 
- Irenaeus
For the Ebionites I would suggest reading Ptolemy's Letter to Flora as to whether the Saviour came to destroy the Law or to fulfill them, you will find the answer to that question in that Letter and the pneumatic Gentiles are apart from the works of the Law and they are saved not due to their works but by grace from the unbegotten Father.