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  Sunday, 16 June 2013
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I understand that twin souls are antithetical, so it makes sense that this would happen.

Is there any meaning to this in the gnostic teachings? Is relationship possible with such a being?

Can fallen angels be saved? Are they evil?
9 years ago
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It is necessary to remember that the one who falls is the Bodhisattva or Human Soul of the Master. The Inner Master is Chesed-Geburah and the upper trinity: Christ. God never falls, but the child may fall into disgrace.

Self-realization is pact throughout eternity and cannot be reversed. This means that the Bodhisattva who achieved complete integration with Christ has a solemn covenant with the Lord; it must be honored. If the Bodhisattva falls, it is a law that he or she will return to God, but after much suffering, repentance, and affliction.

Those who achieved self-realization in the past but fell will be provided with every opportunity to rise again. But how that will occur and when is in accordance with the will of the Being, since karma is karma and must be paid. If God has not forgiven His child, then the child cannot rise, even if the disciple is eager to return to the Lord. This happened to Master Samael Aun Weor in his past reincarnations: he sought to return to God but was denied by his Intimate Christ, Samael, and had to pay his karma with tremendous suffering. But eventually, God forgave him, and helped him to rise once again.

Those stubborn Bodhisattvas that definitively do not want to rise again despite the innumerable graces of the White Lodge are punished severely with successively greater tribulations. If they continue to deny their covenant with the Lord, they will eventually enter into damnation and the Second Death. Such souls are truly disgraceful, and from whom the Father has withdrawn, since such individuals have blasphemed against their divine birthright and lack faith in their creator.

Many fallen Bodhisattvas populate the Gnostic Movement. Those who know their past must be silent about their identities, since the Bodhisattva is never the Master: only Christ. May the fallen Bodhisattvas be humble in order to attain enlightenment, and upon having attained it, may they be humbler still.

It does not matter if a person is a fallen angel or not; every disciple must return to God through sexual alchemy. In the case of the fallen Bodhisattvas, they must eventually marry in order to practice alchemy and rectify their apostasy, since sex is the door through which they left Eden, and the door through which they must return. The law is the law, and must be fulfilled.

Joyful in hope, suffering in tribulation, be thou constant in thy prayer.

Benedictis, qui venit in nomine Domini. Osanna in excelsis.

"Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest!"

9 years ago
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#3819
Accepted Answer
It is necessary to remember that the one who falls is the Bodhisattva or Human Soul of the Master. The Inner Master is Chesed-Geburah and the upper trinity: Christ. God never falls, but the child may fall into disgrace.

Self-realization is pact throughout eternity and cannot be reversed. This means that the Bodhisattva who achieved complete integration with Christ has a solemn covenant with the Lord; it must be honored. If the Bodhisattva falls, it is a law that he or she will return to God, but after much suffering, repentance, and affliction.

Those who achieved self-realization in the past but fell will be provided with every opportunity to rise again. But how that will occur and when is in accordance with the will of the Being, since karma is karma and must be paid. If God has not forgiven His child, then the child cannot rise, even if the disciple is eager to return to the Lord. This happened to Master Samael Aun Weor in his past reincarnations: he sought to return to God but was denied by his Intimate Christ, Samael, and had to pay his karma with tremendous suffering. But eventually, God forgave him, and helped him to rise once again.

Those stubborn Bodhisattvas that definitively do not want to rise again despite the innumerable graces of the White Lodge are punished severely with successively greater tribulations. If they continue to deny their covenant with the Lord, they will eventually enter into damnation and the Second Death. Such souls are truly disgraceful, and from whom the Father has withdrawn, since such individuals have blasphemed against their divine birthright and lack faith in their creator.

Many fallen Bodhisattvas populate the Gnostic Movement. Those who know their past must be silent about their identities, since the Bodhisattva is never the Master: only Christ. May the fallen Bodhisattvas be humble in order to attain enlightenment, and upon having attained it, may they be humbler still.

It does not matter if a person is a fallen angel or not; every disciple must return to God through sexual alchemy. In the case of the fallen Bodhisattvas, they must eventually marry in order to practice alchemy and rectify their apostasy, since sex is the door through which they left Eden, and the door through which they must return. The law is the law, and must be fulfilled.

Joyful in hope, suffering in tribulation, be thou constant in thy prayer.

Benedictis, qui venit in nomine Domini. Osanna in excelsis.

"Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest!"

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