Anti-Christ is the ancient word used to describe the psychological personality, the Ego-I state of be-ing which is always in a state of self glorification.
The Greek concept of the Anti-Christ is the character of NARCISSUS, the separated individual being that is created by the physical body-brain, i.e., the animal personality.
St. Paul referred to the Anti-Christ state as "the outer man," "the man of dust." The self generating personality that comes from the physical body that was made of dust, i.e., the ground or earth, "the man born of woman," i.e., the personality created by living in the physical, or material world (realm).
The Anti-Christ IS the psychological personality and the glorification of that state as the ASSUMED natural state for all humans.
The DEMIURGE is the word also used by the Greeks to describe the psychological personality, or false self. The demiurge is the personality of the physical body which dominates the inner true self (the real eternal you!).
The term Anti-Christ can be used to indicate the direction, activity or process in which a single individual or all of society is moving toward.
The Anti-Christ is the psychological personality, the Ego-I person of the physical body-brain which always feels that GOD is a SEPARATE BEING from one's own self.
When the true inner self identifies itself with the physical body-brain, it assumes the Anti-Christ condition, i.e. the inner true self or son/daughter of God now becomes the un-son or un-daughter of God...always seeking but never finding God-union.
Anti-Christ is the ancient term for egocentric.
The Anti-Christ IS the egoic self that overpowers and dominates the inner true self, and is the spiritual understanding of the word "possession."
Anti-Christ also means UNat-one-ment, UNenlightenment, i.e., the state and condition of separation from the universal self (GOD).
And as you have heard that the Anti-Christ is coming, even now many Anti-Christs have come, by which we know that it is the last hour. "They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would have continued with us; but they went out that they might be made manifest, that none of them were of us."
-I John 2:18,19
The Anti-Christ is the unnatural state of self glorification.
The Anti-Christ is the egocentric personality of the body that fears its own death.