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TANATA is devoted to discussing the paradoxes and the mysteries of life, among which is the paradox of the coexistence of good and evil. “God is love,” John tells us. Evil exists, we would suggest, not because God is detached or unconcerned, but because free will exists which is required for true, unforced love to exist. Still, it is painfully hard to reconcile this paradox. We believe that all evil one day will be judged and destroyed, until then we must pray.

DANIEL 7:13-14

13 “I was watching in the night visions, and behold, One like the Son of Man, coming with the clouds of heaven! He came to the Ancient of Days, and they brought Him near before Him.

14 Then to Him was given dominion and glory and a kingdom, that all peoples, nations, and languages should serve Him. His dominion is an everlasting dominion, which shall not pass away, and His kingdom the one which shall not be destroyed.


7 Behold, He is coming with clouds, and every eye will see Him, even they who pierced Him. And all the tribes of the earth will mourn because of Him. Even so, Amen.

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Sir Leigh Teabing, a character in The Da Vinci Code, quotes the secret Gospel of Philip in making his case that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were lovers. The secret Gospel of Philip also includes a reference to Archons, which the Gnostics believed to be an alien force of deities.

Gnosticism originated in Alexandria, Egypt.

African scholar John Mark, who wrote the Gospel of Mark, founded the Coptic church in Alexandria.

The Gnostic writings contained in the Nag Hammadi library are written in Coptic.

The Gospel of Mark includes twelve verses which most scholars believe were forged. The beginning of these twelve verses includes an awkward reference to Mary Magdalene.

The Gospel of Mark minus these twelve verses contains exactly 666 verses.

Anti-Gnostic elements in the Gospel of John show that John Mark, the writer, argued against the Gnostics, who rose up in Alexandria, Egypt. Gnostics believed (and presumably still do) that Jesus’ spirit descended upon His material body. John Mark argued that Jesus was both God and man.

The number 666 is the “mark” of the beast.

A reference to “a certain youth” in Mark’s Gospel, believed by many scholars to be John Mark, may identify “the other disciple, the one Jesus loved” in the Gospel of John, who may have been called “the other disciple” because he was not one of the twelve.

Mark’s given name was John.

The Last Supper is missing the disciple John, who is believed by some scholars to be the disciple whom Jesus loved.

The Last Supper, evidenced by a disembodied hand grasping a dagger (near the woman believed by some to be Mary Magdalene), was clearly vandalized.

John Mark hosted the actual last supper with his mother Mary.

There is a reference to “the other Mary” twice in the Gospel of Matthew.

The patron of The Last Supper, Ludovico Sforza, a duke of Milan nicknamed “the Moor,” was reportedly of African descent.

The Sforza family crest appears in the collar of the Mona Lisa.

Caterina Sforza, the niece of the patron, who may be the Mona Lisa, was an alchemist whom Machiavelli said tried to poison Pope Alexander VII.

The father of the patron of The Last Supper created the first Tarot cards.

Gnosticism is not benign. Gnostics, namely the Brotherhood of the Serpent, summoned the “Kundalini fire” to use in their interactions with Archons.

The ancient Gnostics, according to the Nag Hammadi library, possessed knowledge of a race of alien deities called Archons (believed by some to be Saurons, Dracos or Reptilians). The Gnostics identified the Archons with Yaldaboath, the Gnostic name for Jehovah or the Demiurge, a pseudo-creator who was both good and evil.

Yaldaboath (Gnostic name for Jehovah, the false creator god, or the Demiurge) did not wish humankind to have any recollection of the Generators, the Cosmic Mothers and Cosmic Fathers on high. It was the serpent who, by tempting them, brought Gnosis to our parents; who taught the first people of our kind the complete knowledge of the Mysteries from on high.

The ancient Coptic Gnostic beliefs about the Archons were delusional beliefs about divinity. These beliefs held that this alien force infected the human mind with ideological viruses, which were intended to thwart humanity from reaching its true potential.

Epiphanius, a Christian who infiltrated the Ophite cult of “Snake-worshippers,” reported that they “venerate the Serpent because God has made it the cause of Gnosis for mankind. These snake worshipers drank bodily fluids as part of their ritual practices. Yuk.

Gnosticism accounts for the legend of Merovech the Twice Born, Meroveus or Merovee, the offspring of the Frankish king Clodius and Princess Basina of Thuringia who originated the Merovingian line (which allegedly contained the blood of Mary Magdalene). Merovech the Twice Born was believed to be part human and part sea creature (quinotaur).

Gnosticism accounts for the sacred geometry found in the landscape of France (beginning with the Rennes-le-Chateau, the Church of St. Mary Magdalene), which includes five-pointed stars (pentangles) and the Star of David enclosed in a circle.


If John Mark was “the disciple whom Jesus loved,” and if he was an African, what does that say about Jesus?

Is it significant that there is a place in Ethiopia called Magdala?

Is it significant that “a scientific Adam” lived in Ethiopia and that Jesus was believed by the apostle Paul to be “a second Adam”?

Will white aliens one day pose as messiahs, with one claiming to be Jesus?