Much of my work over the last several years deals with modern-day humans’ spiritual and psychological states. In particular, the science behind the biological and or psychological states of various people, which seems to separate humanity mainly into two distinct divisions of being or living their lives.

The Ancient Gnostics believed that either an artificial spirit or counterfeit spirit and a Holy Spirit or Spirit of Life could gain power over a person’s mind and body. In The Secret Book of John (Apocryphon of John), we learn that after a person is born, if the Spirit of Life (Light/Wisdom) increases in them, power comes to them, and their souls are strengthened. Nothing then can leave them astray into wickedness. But if the artificial spirit (Darkness/Ignorance) comes into people, it leads them astray.”

As time passed, this Gnostic concept of the two separate divisions of humanity would become a significant part of the theology of the Phoenician/Hebrews who gave us Judaism, the Greek Hellenes, and the Romans who created Christianity and Catholicism. This theology I contend became one of the central tenants and laws in the Christian religion and how the world was conquered and how people are governed and disciplined to this very day.

In the Book of Enoch, the Phoenician/Hebrews claimed that the entities that rule the world are Behemot or Behemoth, who is King of all animals, including man of the land, and Leviathon, who is King of the water, both alike unconquerable by man (ib. xl. 14, xli. 17-26). Behemoth (/bɪˈhiːməθ, ˈbiːə-/; Hebrew: בהמות‎, behemot) is listed as the primeval chaos-monster created by God at the beginning of creation in the Book of Job and is a form of the primeval chaos-monster created by God at the beginning of creation.

Behemot or Behemoth is derived from the Phoenician (Hebrew/Canaanite) God of death and the Underworld was known as Môt (Phoenician: 𐤌𐤕 mūt, Hebrew: מות‎ māweṯ, Arabic: موت‎ mawt) of the Old Testament. As I explained in my previous article, The Theology of the Phoenicians from Sanchoniatho, the historian and a priest of Byblos (City of the Book/Bible), Sanchuniathon (Phoenician: 𐤎𐤊𐤍𐤉𐤕𐤍) the word Môt was a Semitic word for ‘Death’ but may also mean ‘mud’ which some call Ilus (Mud), but others the putrefaction of a watery mixture. And from this sprung all the seed of the creation and the generation of the universe.

In another Phoenician account by the Greek author Philo of Byblos by Eusebius, who says Mot or Muth is also known as Thanatos and Pluto and is the son of God named El and Rhea, the Goddess of Earth. Philo writes, “And not long after another of his sons by Rhea, named Muth, having died, he deifies him, and the Phoenicians call him Thanatos, and Pluto.”

The Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance lists Mot as meaning, “be carried, cast, be cast out of, befallen in decay, exceedingly, falling down.” The modern word for death in Spanish is Muerte, in Latin, it is mortem, morte in Italian and Portuguese, in Romanian, it is moarte, Arabic is maut, in Sanskrit mirtiu, and in Persian, it’s faut. From mot where we get the words like moth, motion, motive, motley, and of course, mold, molded, and mucus which all spring from Môt AKA putrefaction and mold.

For example, we read in Leviticus 25:35; “And if thy brother be waxen poor, and fallen in decay with thee; then thou shalt relieve him: yea, though he be a stranger or a sojourner; that he may live with thee.” (KJV)

In the Scripture, reference to the destructive habits of mot rendered moth is made in several passages such as Job 4:19, 13:28, Psalms 39:11, and Matthew 6:19; “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth (mot/mold) and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal.”

In Isaiah 51:8, we read, “For the moth (mot/mold) shall eat them up like a garment, and the worm (parasites) shall eat them like wool,”

And in Luke 12:32; “Do not be afraid, little flock, for your Father is pleased to give you the kingdom. Sell your possessions and give to the poor. Provide yourselves with purses that will not wear out, an inexhaustible treasure in heaven, where no thief approaches and no moth (mot/mold) destroys (διαφθείρει – diaphtheirei)”, which means to destroy, waste; hence met: I corrupt. From diablo and phtheiro; to rot thoroughly, i.e. to ruin. (Strong’s Greek 1311)


In Hebrew, behamah i.e., a stupid person would be considered to be under the psychological sway of the “Bĕhēmôt – Behemoth (/bɪˈhiːməθ, ˈbiːə-/; Hebrew: בהמות‎, behemoth) “, who is the primeval chaos-monster or Beast created by God at the beginning of creation from the biblical Book of Job, and has metaphorically represented “any extremely large or powerful entity.”

Behemoth is where the Russian get the word “бехемот” (bekhemot). The meaning of primeval is based on the earliest stages or the first principles of the world and also primitive instinct, which I believe would deal with our second brain or little noUs, a type of hive mind that controls these same said people via the earth’s biosphere through their second brains being the microbiome/fungi in their gi tracts. The same mind would control lower creatures such as insects like ants, termites, spiders, and animals.

The word beh, beg, bek or бек means “lord, chieftain, commander, or master” in various languages such as the Russian, Persian, and Turkish بك‎ (beg, “lord”). It also means lineage for the Slavic use the name Beg added to the Slavic suffix of ‘ovic’, ‘ovich’, which roughly means ‘descendant of’ such as the “Begović” families, some are of noble descent, some not and “Idrizbegović, Šahbegović, Rizvanbegović, and Šačirbegović. The Lords, with their Gnoble wisdom, would rule the ignorant slaves as their Commander or Master.

In my own analysis of people and these ancient teachings, I contend that one group of humans is dedicated to making our world a better place by being better people themselves as they also pursue higher learning, wisdom, and the greater good of all humanity. The goal with this path is so that one day, we can indeed have a global philosopher’s kingdom or what Saint Augustine had called the City of God ruled by wisdom, order, and of course, wise humans who do not have ulterior or selfish motives.

The second group of humans or mode of being is a more selfish life in which they pursue their desires and live a much more materialistic life where they let materialism become more important than their self-development and become better people so they can gain wisdom and participate in the greater good. This camp of people is often more worried about how they look, their clothes, how much money they make, and living a lifestyle like they are rich or fake royalty who often live immoral lives that leads to sickness, criminality, and death.

This group of ignorant humans has been called by various names over the last few thousand years, such as Beasts, Demons, Gentiles, Antichrists, Devils, Materialists, and the Bourgeoise.

Their King is Behemoth, i.e., the Devil who pulls their hyphae strings via their second brains controlling them like Beast Automatons.

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