.The Nag Hammadi Library is a collection of ancient texts that were discovered in 1945 in Egypt: they had rested beneath the sand for over 1,500 years after they were banned by Orthodox Christianity in the 4th Century. These great esoteric texts were written by the practitioners of Jesus’ esoteric teachings and contain an extremely deep and advanced level of knowledge. Belsebuub reads these texts and explains meanings in their parables, codes, and symbols to reveal profound esoteric messages.
The recording of Belsebuub’s Live Online Talk from the 4th of October 2008.
Part one of a reading done in three parts on a very spiritual conversation between Jesus and Thomas. The text includes some of Jesus’ most explicit teachings on lust and spirituality, and it’s in this talk that Belsebuub speaks of some of the hidden meanings of his words, which show Jesus’ stance on lust. Belsebuub also takes some questions from listeners.
The recording of Belsebuub’s Live Online Talk from the 11th of October 2008.
In part two of this reading done in three parts, Belsebuub continues his commentary on these moving and very powerful teachings of Jesus, on personal hopes, the reality of the world and human bodies, the illusion of life, lust, and the fate of much of humanity.
The recording of Belsebuub’s Live Online Talk from the 18th of October 2008.
The final installment of Belsebuub’s reading and insight into the powerful ancient text that documents a spiritual conversation between Jesus and his disciple Thomas. In this last part, Jesus continues his teaching on lust and reveals the real spiritual alternative.
The recording of Belsebuub’s Live Online Talk from the 25th of October 2008.
Belsebuub reads and comments on selections from The Apocryphon of John from The Nag Hammdi Library and teaches about how to read ancient spiritual texts.
The recording of Belsebuub’s Live Online Talk from the 1st of November 2008.
The complete reading of this text from The Nag Hammadi Library rich in symbology, where the disciples visit the city of “habitation” and meet a wise man there.
The recording of Belsebuub’s Live Online Talk from the 15th of November 2008.
Belsebuub reads and comments on the first part of The Apocalypse of Peter from The Nag Hammadi Library. Peter is described as the “rock”, the philosopher’s stone upon which the spiritual work is founded, along with many other insights.
The recording of Belsebuub’s Live Online Talk from the 22nd of November 2008.
Belsebuub continues his reading of this text, in which Jesus explains to Peter the distinction between those of the light and those who are blind.
All readings have been taken from The Nag Hammadi Library translated and introduced by members of the Coptic Gnostic Library Project of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Claremont, California, with James M. Robinson as General Editor.