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"The cosmic drama of Christ would be impossible to represent without the role of Judas; this apostle is then the most exalted adept, the most elevated amongst all of the apostles of the Christ Jesus."-Samuel

"Judas Iscariot is another very interesting case; really this apostle never betrayed Jesus the Christ; he only played a role and this role was taught to him by Master Jesus himself."

“If you know these things, blessed are you if you do them. I speak not of you all: I know whom I have chosen: but that the scripture may be fulfilled: He who eats my bread lifted up his heel against me.”-John 13:17-18

“The Son of Man goes, even as it is written of him, but woe to that man through whom the Son of Man is betrayed! It would be better for that man if he had not been born.” Judas, who betrayed him, answered, “It isn't me, is it, Rabbi?” He said to him, “You said it.” Matt 26:23-25



Is the Beloved Disciple and the Last supper imagery of betrayal a complete hoax? What about Peter asking the Beloved, who would Betray Jesus? What about the mysteries surrounding the end of John's Gospel, with the remaining of John until Christ comes again, are they a hoax as well? Are all the many, many lines in all four Gospels about Betrayal mentioned by the Apostles and Jesus hoaxes?

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9 years ago
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#1913
Accepted Answer
The Gospels are teachings first and foremost, not a account of literal historical truth. Jesus taught the path by orchestrating his life to mimic the internal path of any Initiate. In this way, his teaching could not be adulterated too much by those who did not know, because, his life really did happen like that. However, certain things may have been changed by the original writers in order to strengthen the teachings.

Judas, as a symbol, is the aspect that we carry within us, the one that principally betrays the Lord. Thus, Judas represents our sexual potency. But the literal Judas, the literal man who is a disciple of Jesus, did not betray anyone, he followed the instructions of his Jesus. He did this in order to show the drama that goes on within any Initiate on the path.

The name Judas (Greek) is a translation from the Hebrew name Judah, the most exalted tribe of Israel. In Hebrew, Judah is יהודה, a very significant name that joins the most holy name of God (יהוה) with the letter ד Daleth, which represents a doorway and is the first letter of the word Daath (knowledge), indicating the secret teachings. The name Judas is most known in relation to two disciples of Jesus.

"Judas Iscariot is not as many think, a man who betrayed his Master. No! Judas Iscariot performed a script taught by his Master, and that is all! Jesus of Nazareth himself prepared him, and Judas learned this script by memory, thus, consciously, he played his role in public. The doctrine of Judas signifies the elimination of all our psychological aggregates: death to the ego. This is why Judas “hung himself,” in order to indicate that the ego must be reduced to ashes. Judas followed a script, and nothing else. He prepared himself conscientiously in order to not contradict at all the sacred scriptures. Just as any actor performs his role, Judas rehearsed it many times before performing it in public, and nothing more. Judas is and continues to be the most exalted disciple of Jesus of Nazareth. Judas achieved Christification." - Samael Aun Weor, Kabbalah of the Mayan Mysteries
9 years ago
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#1913
Accepted Answer
The Gospels are teachings first and foremost, not a account of literal historical truth. Jesus taught the path by orchestrating his life to mimic the internal path of any Initiate. In this way, his teaching could not be adulterated too much by those who did not know, because, his life really did happen like that. However, certain things may have been changed by the original writers in order to strengthen the teachings.

Judas, as a symbol, is the aspect that we carry within us, the one that principally betrays the Lord. Thus, Judas represents our sexual potency. But the literal Judas, the literal man who is a disciple of Jesus, did not betray anyone, he followed the instructions of his Jesus. He did this in order to show the drama that goes on within any Initiate on the path.

The name Judas (Greek) is a translation from the Hebrew name Judah, the most exalted tribe of Israel. In Hebrew, Judah is יהודה, a very significant name that joins the most holy name of God (יהוה) with the letter ד Daleth, which represents a doorway and is the first letter of the word Daath (knowledge), indicating the secret teachings. The name Judas is most known in relation to two disciples of Jesus.

"Judas Iscariot is not as many think, a man who betrayed his Master. No! Judas Iscariot performed a script taught by his Master, and that is all! Jesus of Nazareth himself prepared him, and Judas learned this script by memory, thus, consciously, he played his role in public. The doctrine of Judas signifies the elimination of all our psychological aggregates: death to the ego. This is why Judas “hung himself,” in order to indicate that the ego must be reduced to ashes. Judas followed a script, and nothing else. He prepared himself conscientiously in order to not contradict at all the sacred scriptures. Just as any actor performs his role, Judas rehearsed it many times before performing it in public, and nothing more. Judas is and continues to be the most exalted disciple of Jesus of Nazareth. Judas achieved Christification." - Samael Aun Weor, Kabbalah of the Mayan Mysteries
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