The Matrix film series portrays human beings as batteries that provide operating energy to machines. The symbolism in those films fits well with the Men, Djinn & Angel Theory. The possibility of energy conversion is not farfetched.  In fact, the Theory explores the possibility of human energy powering parallel universes.

The djinni, Agaliarept (some refer to it as demon) moves between these universes and observes the way humans function and react to their surroundings.  When the first people walked the earth, the djinn took interests in human physiology.  As the theory goes, Agaliarept watched Adam make love to Lilith.  The djinni noticed the spike in Adam’s energy. “Adam’s aura intensified,” he said to his conspirators.  Being the master of secrets and spiritual science, Agaliarept conducted enough human studies to discover truths that modern-day science is learning.  

As we cannot create or destroy energy, we must assume two things.  One: all the energy that is and was is only recycled.  Two: We are recycled energy created from the same primordial essence of djinn and angels.  Basic science tells us that energy only changes in form.  Agaliarept employs this truth to discover ways of extracting human energy for use in other realms such as the astral plane. Saddened by the destruction of his earth home and the subsequent shift of authority to men, Agaliarept hopes to rebuild a new world in the astral plane.  When a spiritual traveler reaches the astral plane, the traveler will see objects and other spirits.  These objects are, according to Men Djinn & Angel theory, created from extracted human energy.

The science supporting this theory lies in studies that seek to capture emotional reactivity through physiology.  Interested readers should consider studies documented in the Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing.  Stephanie Bulters and Martin Steinert published an article that explains the need for using human energy for interacting with machines and computers.  Their interest is in improving ways scientists use physiological sensors to capture emotional responses i.e., human energy.

Agaliarept had already discovered the ebb and flow of energy in men before human beings understood their primary eighteen emotional cycles.  We call it energy flux.  The better one can control his or her energy flux cycles, the better emotional positivity he or she has.  High positivity does not do well for djinn, as it allows men to formulate weapons against the recyclable energy that the djinn uses.  Emotional positivity has a balancing effect on a negative emotion, like fear or anger. 

For this reason, Agaliarept concluded that djinn should take charge of human emotional energy flow.  To induce as much human emotion as possible, they seek human victims to enrage, frighten, or depress. The easiest to victimize are teenagers. 

In Men, Djinn, and Angels: Initiation, Master Moses comes to this discovery when he reaches the emotional chambers in the astral plane.  These chambers, Agaliarept’s invention, lures teens inside where they are held captive to the djinn priest.  These chambers have windows that allow the teenage soul to peer into the astral plan. The priest moves from window to window encouraging rebellion and revenge.  These speeches, designed to enrage the teenaged victims, become symbolic of the dialogue we have with ourselves when we are angry.    

Saudadi spirits; masters of depression

The Saudadi spirits are ghost-like female djinn who sometimes play music to incite depression.  Usually, when a person is drunk and subjects him- or herself to sad, depressing music, the Saudadi spirts are present. Master Moses also finds these spirts at work. In the short story, Master Moses and the Saudadi Spirits, he mistakenly allows a saudadi to follow him from the astral plane to the material world.  There is a path of despond where the saudadi spirits usually reside.  It is adjacent to a field where archon spirits – like leaches – assail the inactive soul.  These parasites rob the soul of its energy and increase one’s desire to procrastinate.  In doing this, they drain one’s mental strength, inhibiting their ability to plan, study, or perform any other productive task. 

Archon spirits are the primary agents used to extract human energy from the grieved and depressed.  Their ability to suck one dry of will-power makes them dangerous to the human soul.  Since the wasted or extracted human energy isn’t destroyed, it gets recycled and condensed into astral matter.  This matter creates structures and other things not yet invented in the material world.  These feed into Plato’s world of forms. In this idea, the human soul, leaves the body during sleep, and moves freely through the various planes. When it encounters something unusual, the soul may remember and inspire the human mind to create a receptacle form of it.    

The corvish are the construction workers of the astral plane.  They are the grunts who harvest the recycled energy and mold it into building blocks.  In Men, Djinn, and Angels: Imposition, they make the error of building one edifice so high that it pushes through the astral plane into the angelic celestial plane – also called the Causal Plane.  When this happens, the angel Arariel comes to destroy the building.   There is a big fight as the corvish try to defend their creation.  

This isn’t the only time the corvish creates structures that infringe on other planes.  The Men, Djinn & Angels Theory asserts that dark matter in space is evidence of recycled energy.  Dark matter is invisible to the human physical eye.  However, the result of its presence is evident.  When light hits dark matter, it does not pass through it but curves around it.  The theory holds that the infringement of the djinn architecture on the material world is responsible for the expanding universe.  Between the molecules of our existence, djinn construction exists – expanding and pushing our world.  Such may affect the earth’s rotation.  The theory holds that the earth spins faster now than it did a thousand years ago – consider Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.  

Theory of relativity

While dark matter is not presently visible, it affects the distortion in space-time.  Imagine setting a heavy object on a trampoline. The weight of it would press into the fabric to create or dimple the center.  If we added a marble, sending it in a path around the massive object, it would spiral inward toward the heavy object.  The steeper the dip, the faster the object spirals.  The Men, Djinn & Angels Theory asserts that the imposition of dark matter increases the slope; thus, the world moves faster, and the years come and go quicker than before.  We wouldn’t definitively know or feel any difference – but somehow our souls know it every time we say, “It’s August, already.  Damn, where did the time go?”

Now you know. 

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The novel, Men, Djinn, and Angels: Awakening is the first of many stories in the Men, Dinn & Angels saga. The storylines are too rich for me to go in-depth with the novels or with the short stories.  I thought it would be nice to share some of the underlined currents and philosophies that connect to them. 

The first theory deals with the time and physicality of the old earth and new.  Most people are familiar with the biblical account in Genesis, but I’d like to invite the reader to consider how it puzzles together with other possiblities.  First, let’s consider the amount of time passed between the first three verses.  

1. In the beginning, G-d created the heavens and the earth.

2.  Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of G-d was hovering over the waters. 

3.  And G-d said, “Let there be light,” and there was light.

When I read City of God by St. Augustine, I became familiar with an interesting thesis that suggests the word darkness was figurative language for evil – the evil spirits or fallen angels. The call for light was a call for the sinless angels to take action against the darkness.  

The hole in St. Augustine’s theory is in his attempt to rationalize how the perfect and Holy Creator, having no evil in Him, created angels that sin.  If we accept that angels fell from grace and committed sin, we have to accept that the Creator made them flawed.  How could a perfect Creator create imperectly? St. Augustine spent dozens of pages trying to explain, but in the end, the fallen angel theory meets a roadblock. 

I looked to Islamic theory regarding angels and demons. In Islam, the consensus is that demons and djinn are the same. The fallen angel theory does not exist. Islam provides a reasonable approach based on the idea that the Creator made djinn separately from the angels. Islamic theory also suggests that angels have no will power and are unable to make choices to disobey a command from the Creator. Djinn, on the other hand, were created with the ability to reason. As a result, djinn have free will.  

In Men, Djinn & Angels Theory, more than a thousand years passed between Genesis verses one and two. During that time, the djinn inhabited the earth, developed their sects and cultures. We have support for this theory in theosophy.  The proponents of theosophy believe that millions of years ago, the earth was inhabited by other life forms – Lemurian and Atlanteans.  The Men, Djinn & Angels Theory agrees with St. Augustine’s assertion that many years passed between Genesis verses one and two. Theosophy fills in that gap.  

Men, Djinn, & Angels Theory suggests that Atlanteans were djinn living on earth. This beautiful female Atlantean used white magic and endangered the multiverse.

Theosophy attributes more sophisticated abilities to the Lemurians and Atlanteans than the current man. These abilities include telepathy, advanced spiritual skills that allow travel into the astral plane and immortality. According to The Men, Djinn, & Angels Theory, those skilled beings were djinn. The Lemurians and Atlanteans had their societies destroyed by floods and volcanos that disfigured the planet. The use of black and white magic was the last straw before their demise. This violence in their environment, described in Theosophical theory,  is symbolic of an attack against Lemurians and Atlanteans by outside, more potent forces.  The Men, Djinn, & Angels Theory identifies the attackers as angels and Watchers.  I conjecture that the end of the Lemurians and Atlanteans habitat was the beginning of Genesis verse two.  

St. Augustine and the Islamic theory on angels are very similar.  The Creator made angels from light.  When the Creator later calls for light, this – in Men, Djinn & Angels Theory – is a creation of a new class of angels.  These angels, created with specific functions to prevent the djinn from disrupting the connections and flow of energy from the various planes and spheres of the multiverse.  The djinn as Lumarians and Atlanteans, having proven their curiosities to use magic and conduct experiments in their naivety, possessed the power to destroy the entire multiverse.  The Creator, unwilling to allow this, creates angels to protect the sensitivity of the matrix.  The book of Enoch explains how all that who are in the heavens know what is transacted there.  The text confirms that these (angels) consider the days of summer, the sun, the consequence of scorching heat, oceans, and more.  The Book of Jubilees supports that angels function to protect the smallest detail of nature.

After the creation of this second wave of angels, the rebuilding of the earth takes place.  The waters part, and the dry land reappears.  The firmament creates a physical and spiritual barrier around the material world. Then eventually, on the same day, the Creator makes Adam and Lilith.  I mark their creation as the start of what theosophist term the Aryan Age.

When it comes to the destruction of the earth, the Men, Djinn & Angel Theory proposes that the Lemurian race did not die off to make way for the Atlantean.   This separation from theosophy suggests that the Lemurians and the Atlanteans were virtually immortal.  They competed against each other in various ways that were destructive to the multiverse.  Not respecting the boundaries of one universe to the next, they teleported and entangled their spirits simultaneously existing in parallel universes. Their djinn counterparts, later known as Watchers, tried to send warnings, but those warnings failed. Theosophy suggests that the Masters of Ancient Wisdom, from Mars, sent telepathic warnings of pending destruction. In the end, the angels, with the aid of the Watcher’s military, descended and destroyed the djinn habitat.

One of those Watchers was a djinni who was a musician with a lovely voice – honey to the ears.  Among other talents, according to other sources, he was a sky djinni of the 5th heavens and very handsome. While the earth was in the creation phase, he tried to warn the Atlantean sect of djinn not to launch their planned attack on the third heaven. This djinni was later called Iblis.  He has many names, some used inter-exchangeably. When condidering the Testament of Solomon, we may conclude that Iblis and Beelzebub are names for Satan.  

The Men, Djinn & Angels Theory suggests that Iblis (Satan) did not participate in the third heaven war.  The masterminds of that war were Vine, Eligos, Focalor, and Bune.  After an attempt failed to get Agaliarept, a Lumarian, on board, the more aggressive Atlantean djinn launched their attack. 

BUNE, or BIME.-The Twenty-sixth Spirit is Bune (or Bim). He is a Strong, Great and Mighty Duke. He appeareth in the form of a Dragon with three heads, one like a Dog, one like a Gryphon, and one like a Man. – From The Lower Keys of Solomon

King Solomon describes Bune as a three-headed dragon with griffin wings. It is reasonable to assume (the revelation chronology aside) that the biblical account of the angel Michael fighting the dragon was not Satan a handsome djinni but Bune a confirmed dragon.   

The Fall of Iblis (Satan) comes later, after the creation of Adam and Lilith.  Iblis refused to submit to the authority of the new manager of the material world.  The Islamic point of view confirms that after the creation of man, all spirits had to, by divine order, accept human authority over the material world.  The djinn, understanding the physiological, mental, emotional, and spiritual design of the new species, realized that men were fundamentally weaker. The submit to human authority order was another slap in the face. The order was too much for Iblis to take, and he refused. “I am made of fire.  He is made from sand.” The djinni’s display of pride and arrogance was his downfall. It was the first act of disobedience in the multiverse. In a rage, he promised to prove that the creation of men and the authority given to human beings are bad ideas.  He vowed to mislead them to destruction.  Now the table is set. The djinn have only disdain for men as they face limited access to the multiverse, a destroyed homeland, and subjectivity to an inferior tyrannical race.  Now comes their strategies to eliminate the human race. 

I’m researching the mysterious four angels mentioned in The Book of Revelations. These four angels are claimed to be bound in the Euphrates River. My research brought me to a blog posted by Pastor Bill Randles, September 25, 2017. After reading part one of his post and the comments left on it; I realized two years later, there is no more information available than mere speculations. For a creative mind like mine – this leaves a door open for some interesting esoteric and apocalyptic fiction.


One interesting comment on the post referred to the pastor’s information regarding the city Jerusalem. The comment made me remember how naive most Americans are when it comes to religious history. Without diving into the details, the commenters were surprised that Hebrew did not mean Jewish; Jerusalem was not an original Hebrew word, and the times we live in today are not more dangerous than before.


First – I am in no way anti-Semitic. I have deep, personal respect and many soft spots for Semitic people. However, I am disturbed at how the term anti-Semitic, in western thought, defaults to anti-Jewish. Somewhere in human thought the term Semitic was high jacked and became synonymous with Jewish people. The western mind set, especially in the working-class religious sects seem to be very naïve in the fact that Arabs and Persians are Semitic. It is laughable when I hear someone call the Palestinians anti-Semitic. Then there is the assumption of what a Jew is or is not. My hypothesis is that the actual genetic makeup to the ethnicity we term “Jewish” – those who descended from Judah, one of the seventy children of Israel (Jacob) are very small in genetic number. There genetic claims and alleged rights were assumed by non-Semitic people who took in the religious practices we inappropriately named Judaism.


I say inappropriately because the faith had no name when Abraham, David or Jesus practiced it. The name Judaism became commonly used after the destruction of the second temple in 70 CE. At that moment it was important to name the faith as to differentiate it from the Temple-based religion and the one used today based in synagogues, rabbis and the home. It was also needed to differentiate from the Pauline religion of Christianity which survived at the Council of Jerusalem.


Back to Jerusalem. It was noted by the pastor’s blog that Jerusalem was the name of the city before the Hebrews arrived. The commenters to the blog were shocked to know as much. What was not mentioned and would have thunderstruck the naïve reader is that the part of the word “salem” refers to an Ugaritic god. The god of the dawn thought to symbolize the beginning of things. In whole, the word Jerusalem means The foundation of Shalem. Ironically it could mean the foundation of the beginning. This could explain why David, who forged an Israeli empire, made Jerusalem his capital after killing its inhabitants.
When it comes to massive killings, my naïve westerners like to flatter themselves with the idea that we live in worst times than the past and such is evidence that the world will come to an end. To think evil is more prevalent than a thousand years ago is naïve. How different is a Tomahawk missile proportionately from a flamed rock catapulted into a Medieval walled city? How different is the Israeli genocide of Muslims proportionally different from the Jebusite genocide? Is there a difference from Germany’s concentration camps over the Chinese re-education camps or the American detention prisons and internment camps? The concepts and evils are the same. What about centuries of the Atlantic Slave trades? Is there much different from sex trafficking and slave labor? Is the massive migration of people from one geographic area different from those crossing the Mexican / U.S. boarder? When I consider these things, I fail to see any human moral progression from the past.


Westerners, in self flattery, develop an arrogance and dogma that taints sensible conjectures of biblical prophecies.  The pastor’s blog is no different. He abandoned his original premise which supported the belief that the four angels bound in the Euphrates would unleash their fury on the world. He tilts to the a predictable western perspective that the four angels are somehow related to the ominous Muslims. The point of view disappointed me because it reflects a western cognitive dissonance wrapped in American exceptionalism. We do not blame ourselves for the violence found in the four nations that border the Euphrates River. Instead we conveniently forget that each nation has a right to self-govern and define the terms of its humanity. Whereas Americans define its terms in crowding millions of people in small living areas and paying the “less fortunate” with free food rent and medical expenses, other nations define their terms differently. Although our arrogance and common acceptance of American exceptionalism compels us to interfere and force the Muslim world to accept our flawed pedagogy on civilization, we may have more to do with unleashing the four angels than the Muslim countries. After all – The Book of Revelations speaks of a whore sitting on many waters. When I consider our political system’s practice of lobbying, I am tempted to consider that I live in a society birthed by that whore.

*Pastor Bill Randles link: https://billrandles.wordpress.com/2017/09/25/four-angels-at-the-euphrates-a-different-look-euphrates-pt-1/

I was involved in a conversation with two people who read my book, Men Djinn & Angels, and the question arose regarding my personal belief in the Abraham child sacrifice.  In my book, I seemed to lean to the idea that Ishmael was the child of sacrifice and not Isaac.  It may be difficult for many of us in the western hemisphere to accept, but the majority of the world leans the same way.  I don’t claim to know the answers, but there seems to be more weight on the Ishmael point of view than the latter.  Here are some reasons that I shared with them.

One of the first things I consider is that the accounts described in the Biblical text are not all in chronological order.  Let’s just say for the sake of continuity, Genesis chapter 21 describes a moment when Isaac was born and later weened.  There was a big party for the successful weening and then Sarah, the mother, becomes concerned that Abraham’s first born, Ishmael, the rightful heir to Abraham’s wealth would be given what he deserved.  In fact, as it is described in the Biblical text, Sarah was so selfish that she wanted it all for her son.  She was not at all so inclined to suggest a 90% to 10% split between the two.  She wanted everything for her son, so she demanded that Abraham discard his child.  In Chapter 22, we have the sacrifice where the script claims that Abraham, through divine command, was told to offer his only son, Isaac, as a burnt offering.  The continuity is obviously flawed.  There was no point ever where Isaac was the only son.  Considering this, I become suspicious of text tampering.

 

Another suspicion I have comes from the nature and concept of sacrifice. For one to make a sacrifice in Biblical times, one had to part with the thing that he loved or needed the most.  An example is when sacrifices were made, the owner needed to sacrifice his best goat or lamb – the one with no flaws. In this sense, the eldest son, in those times, was held in very high regard and would have been a more acceptable sacrifice that kept in line with tradition.  Not to say that it would not be heart wrenching for a parent to sacrifice any of his children, but in the character of sacrifice, it would have been more of a show of faith for Abraham to sacrifice his first born before a second was born. If we assumed the order of events as listed in Geneses is correct, I believe that Abraham would have seen the sacrifice of Isaac a punishment rather than a service – a punishment for sending his young son and the mother into the wild with little food and water.   Especially for the selfishness and inhumane reasons for the dismissal.  It does not seem divine that a person, Sarah in this case, would be rewarded with a son who deserved the blessings of Abraham’s faith and wealth when she exemplified the vices that the religion should discourage.  When I think about it, I ask myself, what virtues are we to learn from Sarah’s actions?  Additionally, when it comes to virtue, the Biblical account paints a picture of Abraham in a less than virtuous light when he is not honest with his son.  When “Isaac” ask his father regarding the lamb for the sacrifice, Abraham did not say that the sacrifice is you, my son.  Instead, he says that the lamb would be provided.  Some would say that he spoke out of faith and thus deserved the title Father of faith, whereas others may see this as a second character flaw, the first being to leave his firstborn child, fatherless.

 

When it comes to research, we are taught to question the authority of the sources that we use to make our conclusions.  In this, it is difficult to say that there is a credible source of Abraham’s existence, or his other sons.  That being said, when I look at the sources, I know that the sources claiming Isaac was the sacrificial son comes from the Jewish ideology.  It was allegedly written by Moses at a time when he needed to unify the different sects of Israeli faithful.  Keep in mind that Jacob (Israel) had over 70 children, only 12 of those and their families left the desert life to live in Egypt where they were subsequently taken into bondage.  The other 50 plus families remained outside of Egypt making two separate groups with various ideologies and cultures.  Being that Moses is the one credited with writing the Book of Genesis, he had only one commonality between the free Israelis and those who came from Egypt.  That was the common belief in Abraham.  It is likely, that Moses or whoever wrote the Book of Genesis altered some details to create unity between the two sections. Again, being that our most common source of information comes from just one of the lines from those many families, it seems opportune to have Isaac, not Ishmael be the sacrificial son.  For me, the source of information lacks credibility.  Whereas in the Arab world, even before Islam, the influence of Ishmael and Abraham’s relationship is paramount.

In the Arab world, there is the Kaaba, a cube like structure that was and is believed to have been originally structured by Abraham and Ishmael.  It has always played a vital roll in Arab tradition.  Before Islam, it was a place believed to hold such spiritual importance that the Arab tribes felt it important to have their idols housed there. It was believed by them that if they left their idols in the Kaaba, their gods would send blessings on them.  As a result, the Quraysh tribe who maintained the Kaaba charged the other tribes rent fees.  After Muslims were victorious over the polytheist tribes, the Kaaba was cleansed and placed as a cornerstone in the religious practices.  In this, I see that while the Arabs had veered away from Abraham’s theology, they retained the value of his relationship with Ishmael, even until this day where Abraham’s sacrifice is commemorated with a holiday celebration where the first-born sons are celebrated.  Additionally, as Abraham is depicted in the Islamic traditions, the sacrifice has more purity than the Biblical depiction.  In the Islamic tradition, Abraham is depicted as an honest man who is open and transparent with his son who is trusting and equally faithful.  The reward of a lamb in his place seems more inline with the values the lesson should teach.  In this, Ishmael and Abraham are rewarded for their good and faithful deeds, not for the selfishness, and hidden agendas depicted in the Biblical tradition.