Saturday, 05 November 2022
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This man(Caesar) was very evil and egocentric. If people felt jealous of him, it is because he thought himself superior to others. Perhaps if Brutus hadn't killed him that day, another person would have done the same thing very soon. Caesar brought himself his own destruction, so why demonize Brutus so much? He was flawed, but a victim of his culture as well...

So in the end Brutus developed the kundabuffer and became 100% awakened in evil. I feel like in his case this wasn't so bad, because he got what he wanted, that is, power similar to that of Julius Caesar. Now Brutus rules as a demon in hell, and in a way this is what roman society – with their endless feasts, orgies, wars, inequality, corrupt scandals, deified emperors, etc – and Caesar influenced him to become.

Your opinions on this?

PS: great lecture on youtube. Keep up the good work!
1 week ago
Awakening as a demon is very bad. We do not recommend or justify it in any way.

Samael Aun Weor was a fallen bodhisattva and had caused a lot of harm in his past incarnations, which is why his Innermost fought so hard to raise him up again from the mud of the earth in his last existence.

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

2 days ago
I understand Almustafa, awakening as a demon is very bad.

It's my evil will, my inner Caifas that says "screw it, just become a demon already. Go and perform vile actions as much as you like"

It's my desire, my inner Judas that says "just go and enjoy the pleasures. They aren't that bad. If you become a demon, so what? Everyone is already a demon"

It's my indifference, my inner Pilate that says "it's not my fault if I go to hell. Society made me like this; it's archangel Sakaki's fault, etc. No one cares if I go to hell, so neither do I"

I recognize that I'm wrong, but I can't help but feel very bitter for having the bad luck of existing in one of the worst planets in the entire universe. Were I to live somewhere else, I could be enjoying heaven or nirvana right now, because the environment would be better.

As for Julius Caesar, I always disliked this figure, because monarchy, emperors and things like that always smelt of barbarism to me. I know Caesar did some good things, but does that change the evil that was inside him? While I admire Samael Aun Weor, I can't pay my respects to Julius Caesar. It's sad that many gnostics made a cult of personality out of Samael and thus they think Julius Caesar was some kind of perfect ruler with no defects, that can't be criticized. In fact it was this kind of fanaticism that drew me away from gnosis when I first discovered it when I was 16 years old. I'm happy that this website explains gnosis as it truly is, without justifying desire, and without becoming blind fanatics that are nothing but demons in disguise.

Not trying to hate on Julius Caesar here too, because we all have defects, -- I just think the "master" personality cult, the personality cult surrounding the family of a master, the personality cult surrounding the past lives of a master, etc, when done in a fanatical way are very toxic.
1 day ago
If we didn't create the ego of our own will, we would not be here.

Sakaki set the stage, but we voluntarily played a role in this planet's tragedy.

Yes, the ego is clever, but wrong. Knowledge is superficial and immediate. Comprehension is profound and can eliminate the ego.

Also, it is sad people turn Gnosis into a cult. This is why we avoid politics and the fanaticism of many groups.

You might find the following article informative. See especially the section: "Did Samael Aun Weor Want Followers?"

Who is a Master?

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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