Yet, Sophia implanted that very light in Seth, deceiving the Demiurge. I'm not sure how I'm supposed to perceive the delineation you're making when you're being laconic. Is it because we were talking about Jack being a "Jewish" archetype (connection to the Demiurge)? Still, do both aspects of "Light carrier"s not have an embedded facet of deception?
FWIW I think the issue of Satan was brought up to show how polarized expectations can ensnare our learning of these concepts. If they have us filling the wrong blanks we’ll never notice the right answers. Religions don’t arm us with the correct slots for the cosmic shapes, after (((rewrites))) they arm us with slots that will actively refuse those shapes.
Take the Demiurge for example, the Greeks assigned that title to a planet, simple as that, but the Gnostic hijack formed such a polarized story around that title, made it so evil, good luck fitting any shape through the Demiurge slot anymore. They created a ‘blank’ that doesn’t exist, there’s no ‘answer’ because any real demiurge is nothing like the Gnostic story describes.
That’s one immediate example of the above. The Demiurge isn’t Jewish, the rewrite convincing us he’s an evil deity opposed to Mankind is Jewish. Lucifer isn’t deceptive, the rewrite convincing us he has ill intent is deceptive... etc.
As I stated in my second or third post in the thread, this whole time I was trying to reconcile stories like the serpent in the garden or Prometheus being devoid of dichotomy when Jack's story wasn't.
I fully understand all of this...
Okay, I get it. "Lucifer" doesn't have to have any theme of tricking involved.