"Peratic comes from the Greek for “going beyond” or “wanderer,” and that’s what these Gnostics saw themselves when it came to the astral domains. Again and like all other Gnostic sects, their view wasn’t to escape the universe but find the divine solutions to liberate their beings and sometimes the very universe itself from the tyranny of the gods and their earthly representatives. In fact, the Peratics saw all of existence as good except for the shenanigans of Saturn and his gang."
"In the Peratic account, Christ descends to earth from the realm of the Perfect Good — and is soon executed by the gods. However, like Obi-Wan Kenobi, it only makes him more powerful. Jesus becomes a Super Saiyan being encompassing all three levels of reality: transcendental, divine, and material. In this state, he takes over the highest and brightest constellation, the serpentine Draco. There, he opens a star portal, and as DeConick writes, “establishing a flow of divinity into and out of the cosmos with every rotation of the celestial sphere.”
Jesus is essentially a guardian of a stargate that allows the divine essence in each of us rise and return from the Pleroma.
If you’re noticing an astrotheological drama with all these gods, stars, and planets, you’re not snorting stardust (or maybe you are).
But it all related to their amazing rituals."