The metaphysical Yahweh
Metaphysical sources offer another perspective on Yahweh, the Abrahamic god of the Bible’s Old Testament who is also known as YHWH, Jehovah, Yod-Heh-Vau-Heh, the Tetragrammaton, Adonai, Yaldabaoth, and Allah.
Our planetary logos
Yahweh is Earth’s planetary logos, according to Hidden Hand, 10 Eracidni Murev Te, 031 Q’uo, 2004 and (though less directly stated) Ra. 9.6 14.3 18.15 In other words, the collective consciousness of Earthlings is called Yahweh, and its core beliefs (distortions) are collectively called the archetypical mind.
Our relationship to Yahweh is that of the microcosm to the macrocosm. Each of us is
an individuation of Yahweh, in the words of Eracidni Murev Te,
and both ultimately and fundamentally, the Creator. 178
You are the in Hidden Hand’s explanation.
offspring or individuations of his group soul (or social memory complex),
Macrocosmically speaking, you ARE Yahweh. 12
Contrary to the claims of Abrahamic religions, Yahweh is not the All.
Yahweh is Hidden Hand states.
a Creator, not
The One Infinite Creator,
There are other and higher 04
gods than him.
The concept of Yahweh dates back to at least Mars, and likely Maldek before that. His history in L/L Research channelings begins when
Yahweh transferred the population of Mars to planet Earth to continue their third-density experience. 2023 1986 Ra and Q’uo state that this occurred 75,000 years ago, 9.11–13 an unspecified period after the Martians had rendered their planet uninhabitable.
Yahweh is described in many metaphysical sources as a manipulator of the physical. His genetic alteration of Earth’s human body and the profound and lasting consequences are detailed in Dawn of Third.
Since Yahweh is Earth’s planetary logos, the beliefs of the Yahwehan mind are the archetypical ideas of our third density. These distortions reside in the subconscious mind of each of us — until we transcend them.
Controlling, domineering, demanding, entitled: these are primary Yahwehan attributes, as seen in Yahweh’s behavior and in characterizations of him.
Yahweh is the logos who so fears losing control that he keeps his microcosmic children as pets in a
very beautiful prison, 10 as Hidden Hand describes. Our first glimpse from the biblical account is of Yahweh’s lie about the fruit and his retribution when Adam and Eve choose for themselves rather than following his will.
Yahweh himself declares
I the Lord thy God am a jealous God Exo.20:5 and falsely, blasphemously claims that he is the All:
I am the first, and I am the last; and beside me there is no God. Isa.45:6 45:5–6 Exo.20:3 He commands obedience, fealty, and sacrifice while turning on a dime against even his favored people, and wiping out broad swaths of the population when they fail to please him.
His ideal laws are those of forced utopia, moral living, and worship, 041 according to Eracidni Murev Te, who adds that Yahweh's laws are
are fundamentally opposed to the three cosmic distortions. 049 Ra states that Yahweh disseminated
negatively oriented information which
involved many strictures upon behavior and promised power of the third-density, service-to-self nature. 17.17
Yahweh’s laws and actions also correspond with mythology’s Ares (Greek) or Mars (Roman),
the god of war and also an agricultural guardian, WIKI (as in the Garden of Eden), and to numerous trickster characters, such as the coyote, the crow, Loki, and the mountebank character on the Matrix of the Mind tarot card.
A third-density god
Yahweh was very much not the one and only god that he proclaimed himself to be. Isa.45:6 45:5–6 Exo.20:3 As Hidden Hand explains,
Your creator, the one you have calledYahweh,is notGodinasmuch as your bible refers to him as beingthe One True God.He isacreator (or sub-sub-logos) rather than the One Infinite Creator. He is not even a galactic level logos, but rather, is the planetary logos for this one planet. 10
It is likely that Yahweh’s constituent entities were vibrating at a low third-density level — still far from the green-ray — during their most recent physical experience in which they destroyed Mars’ atmosphere. Ra states that Mars was midway through its third-density cycle at the time. 20.19 30.14 Yahweh appears to have made minimal progress over the course of this master cycle. 17.24 2004
As a logos expressing at a third-density level of vibration, Yahweh is at an earlier point of evolution than any usual concept of a deity or wise being. This rare situation 38.7 came about when the individual minds were integrated, creating a group consciousness that was capable of higher-level physical manifestation than would be possible for a single individuation. Yet the Yahwehan group consciousness lacked the spiritual maturity that would normally guide the application of that power.
Due to this lack of spiritual maturity, Yahweh has acted in ways that raise questions about how a god could act as Yahweh has.
Yahweh was naïve —
incomparably naïve, in the view of Eracidni Murev Te. 049 His choices were a reflection of his immaturity. Q’uo remarks that Yahweh acted
without awareness of the quite substantially difficult consequences. 2006 Eracidni Murev Te states,
I, for very strong reasons, trust the way things are archetypically as the best the Creator can conceive. 30
The Apocryphon of John, a non-canonical Gnostic Christian text found at Nag Hammadi, describes Yahweh several times as
full of ignorance. P.305 A Gnostic Christian sect had a similar view:
Valentinians believed that the Demiurge is merely an ignorant and incompetent creator, trying to fashion the world as well as he can, but lacking the proper power to maintain its goodness. WIKI
Certainly the one known as Yahweh falls far short of expressing what we understand to be some of the more obvious characteristics of the creative principle, those being its universality and its unity, Q’uo states.
How could a creative principle set one entity over another when, to the Creator, all things are one, all beings are children of the same parent, brothers and sister of one deity, one Creator? 2004
Hidden Hand, as a representative of the sixth density group that originally descended to Earth to help Yahweh, relates to Q’uo’s sentiments. In describing Yahweh’s reactions in the Garden of Eden, Hidden Hand comments that
a logos should not be behaving like this with his offspring; they are one, after all, 18 and adds,
that’s not really an honourable way for a logos to behave, but hey, that’s the beauty of free will, I guess. 17
When asked why a
positive polarity entity would be wrathful and jealous, Hidden Hand offers rhetorical questions that illustrate the connection between Yahweh and each of us:
Does Yahweh have free will? Would you like to think of yourself as reasonably positive? Can you still be wrathful and jealous at times? Is Yahweh a macrocosm of you? 19
Indeed, Yahweh is all of us, in macrocosm. In a way, we got ourselves into this mess, and we hold the same power to evolve beyond it.
As you are an individuation of Yahweh — and both ultimately and fundamentally, the Creator, Eracidni Murev encourages,
your path is up only to You. 178