Archons

13 Gnostic scrolls were found in a clay jar at Nag Hammaddi, Egypt, in 1945.  These early Christian texts dated to the first century AD. They illustrated a more esoteric version of Jesus of Nazareth. Christ was an apocalyptic philosopher and revolutionary teacher. Christ was more than an Atonement of sin through a special mission from the Biblical God. He was a magical political figure whose message captivated. It was Christ who healed the sick and celebrated the poor, who turned the moneychangers tables over in the Temple of Herod and drove them out with a whip. It was Jesus the Nazarene who built the great temple of high ideas, morality, and radical courage through his "oneness" with God. Christ brought back the divine from the ancient world after the fall of Rome. Jesus is the great teacher of the now deep past who espoused to each and every one of his disciples that "Ye, are the gods." This level of "Christ Consciousness" is the lost, hidden, "occult" Gnostic gospel. Contrary to this vision, it was the Roman Catholic Empire that merged with Christ's legacy, and built a tyranny of royalism, feudalism, and the outward display of material wealth in his name. 

Hidden within these Gnostic Gospels are secrets that reveal a more esoteric framework behind Christ's teachings. They even posit the existence of certain higher-dimensional beings that, while not God, are godlike on the earth. These oft invisible, mysterious angels and demons were known as the Archons, or the great Archon Demiurge.