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  Monday, 23 April 2012
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In regards to Law I quote this by Samael Aur Weor ...What is important, I repeat, is not to break the law, and that is all...

Can you please list and explain the laws keeping it simple as possible? I strongly believe that the Decalogue is what they are and that what everyone in the keep Torah circles misapply the 613 and do not use them rightly. They are precepts and Torah itself is under the surface emanating from the 10 words.

Please help me understand Weor's use of Laws.

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10 years ago
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#1092
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There is no concrete list of laws. The Law, in the broadest sense, is to go against Christ. To behave in a way contrary to the Logos, the Christ...

The most basic way to do this is to follow the basic ethical guidelines which are found in any religion (Ten Commandments, etc.) Obviously, we must not lie, steal, kill, etc. All of this is related to self-willed desire, and thus ego.

The Ten Commandments are related to the Tree of Life. There is a course you can read about them (see below).

In short, when we talk about the Law, we mean our actions, emotions and thoughts are all subject to karma (the law), and thus we cannot escape our own actions. If we break the law, we suffer. If we obey the law and do good, we will prosper.
10 years ago
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#1092
Accepted Answer
There is no concrete list of laws. The Law, in the broadest sense, is to go against Christ. To behave in a way contrary to the Logos, the Christ...

The most basic way to do this is to follow the basic ethical guidelines which are found in any religion (Ten Commandments, etc.) Obviously, we must not lie, steal, kill, etc. All of this is related to self-willed desire, and thus ego.

The Ten Commandments are related to the Tree of Life. There is a course you can read about them (see below).

In short, when we talk about the Law, we mean our actions, emotions and thoughts are all subject to karma (the law), and thus we cannot escape our own actions. If we break the law, we suffer. If we obey the law and do good, we will prosper.
10 years ago
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#1095
So the 10 commandments are by Kabbalah teaching the foundation to law. The rest are as Yeshua rebuked the leaders of his days among us, precepts.

Thank you
Peace be with you

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