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Do these statements not contradict each other?

“If the Lord had not been crucified, the destiny of the Western world would have been another. We would now have sublime enlightened rabbis everywhere, preaching Christic esotericism. The union of Christic esotericism, secret Jewish Kabbalah, and holy alchemy would have completely illuminated and transformed the entire world. Yes, the mysteries of Levi would have shone with the light of Christ. Gnosis (Da’ath) would have magnificently shone everywhere.” - Samael Aun Weor"


"If all of the human species wanted to obtain what is theirs by right, then the realization of the Inner Self would be impossible, because what is possible for the revolutionary individual is impossible for the masses.

The advantage that the separated revolutionary has is that, indeed, he is too small. The existence of one more-or-one-less-machine does not have the smallest importance to the aims of great Nature. If one microscopic cell of our body revolts against us, that does not have the smallest importance, but if all the cells of our body revolt against us, then yes, the matter becomes serious and we go to the doctor in order to fight against this revolution with all the weaponry of science.....

.....Jesus Christ, whose nativity we celebrate this night, December 24th, 1965, never promised the kingdom to all human beings. Jesus emphasized the difficulty of entering the kingdom.

Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire. - Matthew 7:19
For many are called, but few are chosen. - Matthew 22:14
Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto a net, that was cast into the sea, and gathered of every kind: Which, when it was full, they drew to shore, and sat down, and gathered the good into vessels, but cast the bad away. So shall it be at the end of the world: the angels shall come forth, and sever the wicked from among the just, And shall cast them into the furnace of fire (the mineral kingdom): there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth. - Matthew 13:47-50"" - Samael Aun Weor, Spiritual Power of Sound

Also, the Master Aberamentho must have the ability to take another physical body if one had been killed no? Or his physical was christified and therefore could not be killed?

Thank You
5 years ago
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#15573
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There is a consistency within these quotes by Master Samael that is supremely important to grasp.

There is a fundamental difference between the development of the human race and the development of the individual; between gnosis for the human race and gnosis for the individual. Individuals become self realized, not entire populations. This is particularly true in the Kali Yuga. However it is possible for the conditions for humanity to be effected favorably or adversely:

"If the Lord had not been crucified…Gnosis (Da’ath) would have magnificently shone everywhere."

The quotes from Matthew (Matthew 7:19, Matthew 22:14, Matthew 13:47-50) are consistent with one another and with the statements:

"What is possible for the revolutionary individual is impossible for the masses."
"Jesus Christ, whose nativity we celebrate this night, December 24th, 1965, never promised the kingdom to all human beings."

The key is the statement, “The advantage that the separated revolutionary has is that, indeed, he is too small," although it would be easy to construe the entire quote solely on the basis of "The existence of one more-or-one-less-machine does not have the smallest importance to the aims of great Nature." The point is that the individual must self realize alone and will fail at the task if she is looking over her shoulder waiting for everyone else.

According to the teachings the ascended masters, and therefore the Master Aberamentho, have the ability to take another physical body when it is necessary.

Peace
5 years ago
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#15573
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There is a consistency within these quotes by Master Samael that is supremely important to grasp.

There is a fundamental difference between the development of the human race and the development of the individual; between gnosis for the human race and gnosis for the individual. Individuals become self realized, not entire populations. This is particularly true in the Kali Yuga. However it is possible for the conditions for humanity to be effected favorably or adversely:

"If the Lord had not been crucified…Gnosis (Da’ath) would have magnificently shone everywhere."

The quotes from Matthew (Matthew 7:19, Matthew 22:14, Matthew 13:47-50) are consistent with one another and with the statements:

"What is possible for the revolutionary individual is impossible for the masses."
"Jesus Christ, whose nativity we celebrate this night, December 24th, 1965, never promised the kingdom to all human beings."

The key is the statement, “The advantage that the separated revolutionary has is that, indeed, he is too small," although it would be easy to construe the entire quote solely on the basis of "The existence of one more-or-one-less-machine does not have the smallest importance to the aims of great Nature." The point is that the individual must self realize alone and will fail at the task if she is looking over her shoulder waiting for everyone else.

According to the teachings the ascended masters, and therefore the Master Aberamentho, have the ability to take another physical body when it is necessary.

Peace
5 years ago
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#15580
The point is that the individual must self realize alone and will fail at the task if she is looking over her shoulder waiting for everyone else.


How does this apply to the third factor (sacrifice)? Aren't we supposed to help all of our suffering brothers and sisters on their path? Or just the ones asking for it?


According to the teachings the ascended masters, and therefore the Master Aberamentho, have the ability to take another physical body when it is necessary.


Is this related to the Gift of Ubiquity, as described here, where Great Masters can inhabit several bodies at once?
5 years ago
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#15581
Hello,

You asked:

Q. How does this apply to the third factor (sacrifice)? Aren't we supposed to help all of our suffering brothers and sisters on their path?

Yes. It is mandatory to help others in order to walk the Path.

The Three Factors, Birth, Death, and Sacrifice may be understood as fulfilling the first two Commandments. Jesus was asked by the disciples which was the greatest Commandment:

Mark 12:29-31 “The most important one,” answered Jesus, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.”

The Lord our God is our own internal Master. Birth and Death are related to the First Commandment and Sacrifice to the Second Commandment. If we make this distinction there is no misunderstanding.

Q. "Is this related to the Gift of Ubiquity, as described here, where Great Masters can inhabit several bodies at once?"

Yes. Without doubt. And, as the author says, "the level at which his Gift of Ubiquity may be, is difficult to imagine."
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