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Does the 6th serpent (Geburah) and 7th serpent (Chesed) automatically rise once we have created our 5 solar bodies of the human soul?

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Does the human soul need to choose the direct path where it becomes a Bodhisattva and therefore enter into the Initiation of Tiphereth/The Venuistic Initiations in order to raise the 6th and 7th serpents so the 3 flames of the human soul, the divine soul and the Innermost can be united and then move into the perfection of the serpents of light?

In the Three Mountains book, Samael finds out that his 6th and 7th serpent had already been raised, that he was a fallen master, so I have not found much discussion on when the 6th and 7th serpent rises for those who are not fallen masters.

I understand that we can not incarnate the Son of Man unless we choose the direct path. I guess my confusion is arising because in some of the studies we talk about the Human Soul (5 solar bodies) being called a master and then in other studies we talk about the human soul as a true human being who is a master once the seven bodies have been created.

Thank you in advance!
9 months ago
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#27052
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I had the same question for my teacher many years ago, and I will share with you the answer he gave me. :)

That is, it is neither one of the two scenarios you listed. Rather, the 6th and 7th serpents never fall. They are already risen in each person, whether they have previously achieved mastery or not.

Nevertheless, there are still some ordeals that must be undertaken and wisdom that must be acquired in relation to those serpents, in much the same way that a master who descends (not falls) must undergo ordeals and acquire wisdom related to the first five serpents, even though they are already risen in him (because he didn't fall).

To understand why it must be so that the Kundalini is always risen in Chesed and Geburah, examine the two quotes below:

The Tree of Life is "the Being."

Now then, we must know that the Innermost is our Spirit, the Being, the Tree of Life. The Innermost is the most beloved son of the "Inner Christ." The Innermost is the most beloved son of the "Inner Christ." The ray from which our very Innermost emanated is our Inner Christ. The Inner Christ is One with the Father.

Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are a perfect Triad. The Innermost was born from this Triad. The Innermost is enveloped by six inferior vehicles, which penetrate and co-penetrate without confusion, thus forming the human being. All faculties and powers of the Innermost are the fruits of the Tree of Life.
- The Major Mysteries, "The Tree of Life"


The Kundalini is then the Elixir of Long Life. This fire is the potable gold of ancient Alchemists. The Kundalini is the Tree of Life, which the book of Genesis refers to in the following verses:
“And of the ground made Jehovah Elohim to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil.” - Genesis 2:9

- The Revolution of Beelzebub, "The Elixer of Long Life"


The Kundalini is the power of the Divine Mother, the direct connection to the Divine Mother, the Divine Mother Herself dwelling within. Those faculties and powers of the Innermost are the powers of the Divine Mother. The Innermost has Her power, and Her abiding in Him, by His very nature. The Innermost cannot exist without the Kundalini. Samael identifies both the Kundalini and the Being with the Tree of Life because they are inextricably linked. The same principle applies to His Divine Soul. Therefore, the sixth and seventh serpents are always risen, even in someone who has never walked the Path.
9 months ago
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#27052
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I had the same question for my teacher many years ago, and I will share with you the answer he gave me. :)

That is, it is neither one of the two scenarios you listed. Rather, the 6th and 7th serpents never fall. They are already risen in each person, whether they have previously achieved mastery or not.

Nevertheless, there are still some ordeals that must be undertaken and wisdom that must be acquired in relation to those serpents, in much the same way that a master who descends (not falls) must undergo ordeals and acquire wisdom related to the first five serpents, even though they are already risen in him (because he didn't fall).

To understand why it must be so that the Kundalini is always risen in Chesed and Geburah, examine the two quotes below:

The Tree of Life is "the Being."

Now then, we must know that the Innermost is our Spirit, the Being, the Tree of Life. The Innermost is the most beloved son of the "Inner Christ." The Innermost is the most beloved son of the "Inner Christ." The ray from which our very Innermost emanated is our Inner Christ. The Inner Christ is One with the Father.

Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are a perfect Triad. The Innermost was born from this Triad. The Innermost is enveloped by six inferior vehicles, which penetrate and co-penetrate without confusion, thus forming the human being. All faculties and powers of the Innermost are the fruits of the Tree of Life.
- The Major Mysteries, "The Tree of Life"


The Kundalini is then the Elixir of Long Life. This fire is the potable gold of ancient Alchemists. The Kundalini is the Tree of Life, which the book of Genesis refers to in the following verses:
“And of the ground made Jehovah Elohim to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil.” - Genesis 2:9

- The Revolution of Beelzebub, "The Elixer of Long Life"


The Kundalini is the power of the Divine Mother, the direct connection to the Divine Mother, the Divine Mother Herself dwelling within. Those faculties and powers of the Innermost are the powers of the Divine Mother. The Innermost has Her power, and Her abiding in Him, by His very nature. The Innermost cannot exist without the Kundalini. Samael identifies both the Kundalini and the Being with the Tree of Life because they are inextricably linked. The same principle applies to His Divine Soul. Therefore, the sixth and seventh serpents are always risen, even in someone who has never walked the Path.
9 months ago
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#27055
Thank you for clearing up my confusion. Makes perfect sense. ;)
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