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I am studying the 6th arcanum in depth and i had a question about where the demon of evil will fits on the tree of life. Does it associated with the vital body or the "causal plane". To me the vital body makes sense because of how the seal of Solomon seperated (with the Tiphereth in the middle) make the inferior and superior triads, with the inferior triad lineing up with the vital, mental and astral. But being the the demon of evil will it seems it would have to do with the body of will, tiphereth, and not the vital.

Do these 3 demons represent the guardians of the thresh hold within or do they symbolize the vital mental and astral lunar bodies, or both.

I know that these have multiple levels of symbols to it, but i need a little guidance. . Any information in relation to this is appreciated. Thank you.
9 years ago
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#3582
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We also have Caiphas, Cassius, the demon of the evil will. This demon represents concentrated desire that we have and that want to fulfil or satisfy in many ways. This desire or evil will is always mistaken with willpower.

When we act with that kind of desire we think that it is willpower, but it is not, it is evil will, or desire.

Of course it is always acting through the heart. We always have will for many things, but not for our work that we have to perform. That’s why in Christianity, this concentrated desire is represented by a High Priest Caiphas.

Caiphas is the chief of all the priests and Pharisees, the followers who are worshipping the Lord, always putting their hearts in the Lord. This concentrated desire takes advantage even of this knowledge in order to feel like a great master or to feel like a great initiate, this feeling in your heart to satisfy your pride, your vanity, your lust, greed.

This is how many priests of religions take advantage of the ignorance or innocence and naivety of their followers in order to exploit them, as many priests seduce their followers, children, and women. He is the one that hates the Lord, because the Lord is not following his commands. This evil will never satisfies the will of the Lord, but only their own desires and the desires of others. Caiphas is always giving positions to the Pharisees. They want to appear in the world like great leaders, in order to satisfy their pride; they want to command like tyrants. And they forget that the Lord is compassion. Of course Caiphas hates the will of the Lord, because the Lord is against pride and vanity, and Caiphas is worshipping that.

Among the three traitors the Demon of Evil Will is the worst. He hates the Lord. Whosoever hates, sins against the Lord. Caiphas is concentrated desire, the will to fulfil things only for the ego. Whosoever lies, justifying himself with the mind, sins against the Father. Brutus is always lying, sinning against the Father who is the Truth.

Caiphas sins against the Son, who is Love.

Judas sins against the Holy Spirit by fornicating.

These are the negative aspects of the three primary forces - Truth, Love and Chastity.

These three traitors have to be annihilated if previously the initiate has not annihilated the whole ego.

The ego is three, seven and legion.

Three is desire in the sex, desire in the heart, desire in the mind - Judas, Pilate and Caiphas.

But from these three foundations sprouts the seven capital sins: lust, anger, greed, envy, pride, gluttony and laziness.

And from these seven sprout many legions.

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

9 years ago
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#3582
Accepted Answer
We also have Caiphas, Cassius, the demon of the evil will. This demon represents concentrated desire that we have and that want to fulfil or satisfy in many ways. This desire or evil will is always mistaken with willpower.

When we act with that kind of desire we think that it is willpower, but it is not, it is evil will, or desire.

Of course it is always acting through the heart. We always have will for many things, but not for our work that we have to perform. That’s why in Christianity, this concentrated desire is represented by a High Priest Caiphas.

Caiphas is the chief of all the priests and Pharisees, the followers who are worshipping the Lord, always putting their hearts in the Lord. This concentrated desire takes advantage even of this knowledge in order to feel like a great master or to feel like a great initiate, this feeling in your heart to satisfy your pride, your vanity, your lust, greed.

This is how many priests of religions take advantage of the ignorance or innocence and naivety of their followers in order to exploit them, as many priests seduce their followers, children, and women. He is the one that hates the Lord, because the Lord is not following his commands. This evil will never satisfies the will of the Lord, but only their own desires and the desires of others. Caiphas is always giving positions to the Pharisees. They want to appear in the world like great leaders, in order to satisfy their pride; they want to command like tyrants. And they forget that the Lord is compassion. Of course Caiphas hates the will of the Lord, because the Lord is against pride and vanity, and Caiphas is worshipping that.

Among the three traitors the Demon of Evil Will is the worst. He hates the Lord. Whosoever hates, sins against the Lord. Caiphas is concentrated desire, the will to fulfil things only for the ego. Whosoever lies, justifying himself with the mind, sins against the Father. Brutus is always lying, sinning against the Father who is the Truth.

Caiphas sins against the Son, who is Love.

Judas sins against the Holy Spirit by fornicating.

These are the negative aspects of the three primary forces - Truth, Love and Chastity.

These three traitors have to be annihilated if previously the initiate has not annihilated the whole ego.

The ego is three, seven and legion.

Three is desire in the sex, desire in the heart, desire in the mind - Judas, Pilate and Caiphas.

But from these three foundations sprouts the seven capital sins: lust, anger, greed, envy, pride, gluttony and laziness.

And from these seven sprout many legions.

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

9 years ago
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#3587
thank you, it makes sense now.
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