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Gnostic Lion Symbolism

The symbolism of the lion in Gnostic tradition carries significant meaning and can be traced back to ancient times. The Gnostics were a diverse group of religious and philosophical movements that emerged in the Hellenistic period and flourished during the first few centuries CE. They sought spiritual enlightenment and believed in the existence of a hidden, divine knowledge (gnosis) that could liberate individuals from the constraints of the material world.

In Gnosticism, the lion symbolizes various concepts and archetypal forces. Here is a historical overview of the symbolism of the lion in Gnostic tradition:

  1. Solar Symbolism: The lion is often associated with solar symbolism, representing the power and radiance of the sun. In many ancient cultures, including Egyptian and Persian, the lion was considered a solar creature, associated with the sun god. The Gnostics adopted this solar symbolism and viewed the lion as a symbol of the divine light and enlightenment.
  2. Regal Authority: The lion is renowned for its strength, courage, and dominance, making it a symbol of regal authority. In Gnosticism, the lion represents the power and sovereignty of the divine. It signifies the spiritual king or ruler, often identified with the supreme deity or the divine spark within each individual. The lion’s regal qualities embody the divine authority that Gnostics sought to reconnect with.
  3. Christological Symbolism: The Gnostics incorporated Christian themes and concepts into their belief system. In this context, the lion became a symbol of Christ, the “Lion of Judah.” Just as the lion is the king of the animal kingdom, Christ is seen as the supreme ruler and the embodiment of divine authority. The Gnostic lion represents the Christ within, the divine spark that exists in every individual.
  4. Archontic Forces: In some Gnostic texts, the lion is also associated with archontic forces, which are considered to be oppressive, lower-dimensional entities that hinder spiritual progress. These archontic forces are often depicted as lion-like creatures or associated with the lion’s attributes. The Gnostic lion, in this sense, symbolizes the struggle against these negative forces, the overcoming of which leads to spiritual liberation.
  5. Alchemical Transformation: Gnosticism incorporates elements of alchemical symbolism, and the lion is linked to the alchemical process of transformation. The lion represents the prima materia, the raw material that undergoes the alchemical process to attain spiritual enlightenment. This process involves purifying and refining the lion’s qualities, such as strength and dominance, into higher spiritual virtues.
  6. Dualistic Nature: Gnosticism often presents a dualistic worldview, emphasizing the conflict between the spiritual and the material realms. The lion symbolizes this dualistic nature, representing both the divine and the earthly. It embodies the struggle to transcend the limitations of the material world and to reconnect with the divine essence.

Throughout Gnostic tradition, the symbolism of the lion carries multiple layers of meaning, encompassing solar symbolism, regal authority, Christological significance, archontic forces, alchemical transformation, and dualistic nature. The lion serves as a powerful emblem that encapsulates the Gnostic quest for divine knowledge, spiritual liberation, and the reconciliation of the divine and material realms.

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The Apocalypse of Adam

Discovered in 1945, The Apocalypse of Adam. ?
The Apocalypse of Adam, also known as the Revelation of Adam is Adam’s version of what happened in the garden of Eden. ?


Part of which Reads: “I went about with her in a glory which she had seen in the aeon from which we had come forth. She taught me a word of knowledge of the eternal God. And we resembled the great eternal angels, for we were higher than the god who had created us and the powers with him, whom we did not know.” ?

Omitted from the Bible because of what it reveals. Eve and the serpent are the hero’s of the story teaching Adam’s fruits of eternal knowledge. To “eat from” means to “take in and digest, or to fully understand.” Eve was sent to Adam from the eternal father that Jesus spoke of to remind Adam of who he really is, a light being imprisoned in the material world by a jealous creator god. This creator god made this imperfect material world that he fashioned afrer the eternal heavenly realm. Adam’s soul is what was needed to animate the flesh suit the creator god made as a prison for his soul, claiming he is a jealous God, demanding worship and unquestionable faith. ?

Jesus also tells this story in another book omitted from the Bible called the “Secret Book of John,” discovered in a cave in 1945.

Jesus quotes the creator god, and asked a question which reads;
“I am a jealous God and there is no God but me!” ?

[But by doing this he admitted to his demons that there is indeed another God.
For, if there were no other God, whom would he possibly be jealous of?] ?


Where The Bible starts from the creation of earth, what’s learned is this is actually a galatic story. Adam’s soul is known in this story as “the first knowledge that breathed within him,” aka his eternal spirit which was stolen from the heavenly realm. Eve was sent by the true eternal father located at the center of the galaxy. This is the father Jesus spoke of when he came to deliver the same message to humanity to help free us from the prison of the material realm. ?


This different interpretation than the story in the Bible will lead you to your true identity.
? Gnosis or Awakening