Wednesday, 16 January 2019
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How does one know if they are a fallen angel? I know it is possible as Samael point blank said he was Sameal. And I believe him. I have had a very strong feeling for the better part of my adult life that I am a fallen angel. And I am now 46. My dreams over the last 20 years seem to confirm my suspicions. However I am unsure, or rather I do not want to accept the “reality” of the matter at times.
3 years ago
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#17885
Accepted Answer
Such a fact is confirmed through many years of consistent, profound meditation and internal experiences, whose symbolism relate and unfold in relation to the FACTS of our daily existence, with exactitude.

There is nothing special about such individuals; in fact, finding out that one betrayed Christ is extremely painful. Therefore, students should eliminate from themselves all fascination, ambiguity, laziness, assumptions, and mystical pride with wanting to be or suspecting they are a fallen bodhisattva.

To feel proud for having murdered God is heinous. Sadly, there are many people in the gnostic movement who become hypnotized by their dreams of being a famous reincarnation, of the return of Joan of Arc, or somebody great in some past cosmic age...

If you know this is your case, keep silent and pray, meditate, and work more upon yourself so that you do not make more mistakes. :o

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

3 years ago
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#17885
Accepted Answer
Such a fact is confirmed through many years of consistent, profound meditation and internal experiences, whose symbolism relate and unfold in relation to the FACTS of our daily existence, with exactitude.

There is nothing special about such individuals; in fact, finding out that one betrayed Christ is extremely painful. Therefore, students should eliminate from themselves all fascination, ambiguity, laziness, assumptions, and mystical pride with wanting to be or suspecting they are a fallen bodhisattva.

To feel proud for having murdered God is heinous. Sadly, there are many people in the gnostic movement who become hypnotized by their dreams of being a famous reincarnation, of the return of Joan of Arc, or somebody great in some past cosmic age...

If you know this is your case, keep silent and pray, meditate, and work more upon yourself so that you do not make more mistakes. :o

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

3 years ago
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#17890
Very very well put...
3 years ago
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#17912
I have three questions regarding to fallen bodhisattvas:

1) Rudolph Steiner writes that when a (non-fallen) bodhisattva incarnates in the physical world, this person shows no sign of being special/spiritual during the first 30 years. Then, at the age of 30 to 33 this person lives through a radical change, where afterwards the person lives out his/her mission. Does Master Samael confirm this in his writings or his life?

2) If this transition between 30 to 33 is valid, can we assume that a fallen bodhisattva will make a similar transition, but on a lower/fallen octave (i.e. living the first 30 years "in hell", then finding the teachings at 30, then going through radical change)?

3) Does such a fallen person need to even do more spiritual work on him- or herself? Or are there any other recommendations?
3 years ago
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#17914
See https://gnosticteachings.org/books-by-samael-aun-weor/the-three-mountains/1530-my-childhood.html.

Also, in Tibetan Buddhism, bodhisattvas are found at a very young age and confirmed by many signs, including their own experiences.

Regarding fallen bodhisattvas, read https://gnosticteachings.org/books-by-samael-aun-weor/the-narrow-way/1319-the-path-of-john.html

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

2 years ago
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#21753
Nicely said.
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