Sunday, 17 June 2018
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Beezlebub was called "The Prince of Demons". How did a demon of his magnitude live in the astral world instead of being disintegrated in the abyss?

How was he capable of love?

It seems as if he was superior to some ordinary human beings of today.
4 years ago
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Accepted Answer
Quran 73:9-11

[He is] the Lord of the East and the West; there is no deity except Him, so take Him as Disposer of [your] affairs.

And be patient over what they [the black magicians, the unbelievers] say and avoid them with gracious avoidance.

And leave Me with [the matter of] the deniers, those of ease [in life], and allow them respite a little.
As the Qur’an teaches multiple times, divinity grants respite to demons like Beelzebub because if there were no mercy, there would be no law.

He was capable of love because he still had a part of himself that was connected to divinity.

We should not be surprised: there is as much virtue in the villain as there is villainy in the virtuous.

Bodhisattvas learn to go beyond good and evil.

When the Antakarana thread is broken, the inferior essence (trapped in the ego) separates from the Innermost and devolves within the infernal worlds, so as to be replaced by better souls.
Quran 9:39

If you do not go forth (on the straight path of striving against the ego, but let devolution take power over you), He (the Being) will punish you with a painful punishment and will replace you with another people [the Koradi], and you will not harm Him at all. And Allah is over all things competent.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

Millions of women and distinguished gentlemen, who are presently living on this world, do not have their Innermost (Spirit), and are therefore perverse demons, even though they still have physical bodies. The human being becomes a demon when the psychological "I" attains absolute control of the four bodies of sin (physical, ethereal, astral and mental), then the Innermost (the Spirit) withdraws from him... When somebody who has a physical body enters into the abyss, the Antakarana, which is the thread that connects the fourth and fifth human principles, is broken. Those inferior quaternaries which are separated from the spiritual triad become demons. When a soul is very perverse, the Spirit abandons that soul. These people without Spirit are demons. Therefore, when the Spirit definitively abandons the body, the person passes through death, even though he may still be physically alive. Then, the name of this Spirit figures in the book of the deceased. Presently, there are many people who already do not have the Spirit (the Innermost). Whosoever loses the Innermost becomes a demon, and every demon belongs to the abyss." - Samael Aun Weor, The Aquarian Message

This passage is at the root of my question regarding Beezlebub.

Unrelated to Beezlebub: Is the Antakarana breaking the same as the spirit abandoning the soul?
4 years ago
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#16593
Accepted Answer
Quran 73:9-11

[He is] the Lord of the East and the West; there is no deity except Him, so take Him as Disposer of [your] affairs.

And be patient over what they [the black magicians, the unbelievers] say and avoid them with gracious avoidance.

And leave Me with [the matter of] the deniers, those of ease [in life], and allow them respite a little.
As the Qur’an teaches multiple times, divinity grants respite to demons like Beelzebub because if there were no mercy, there would be no law.

He was capable of love because he still had a part of himself that was connected to divinity.

We should not be surprised: there is as much virtue in the villain as there is villainy in the virtuous.

Bodhisattvas learn to go beyond good and evil.

When the Antakarana thread is broken, the inferior essence (trapped in the ego) separates from the Innermost and devolves within the infernal worlds, so as to be replaced by better souls.
Quran 9:39

If you do not go forth (on the straight path of striving against the ego, but let devolution take power over you), He (the Being) will punish you with a painful punishment and will replace you with another people [the Koradi], and you will not harm Him at all. And Allah is over all things competent.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

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