Saturday, 07 December 2013
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Greetings, brothers and sisters!

It is stated, that the angels wanting to gain the next level of objective reasoning have to descend or fall. It is also stated that those who fall and become demons do not loose their Auric Embrio/Mastery.
(http://gnosticteachings.org/courses/defense-for-spiritual-warfare/3376-the-conjuration-of-the-seven-explained.html)

But they loose all their initiation degrees and have to pass through all the Minor and Major Mysteries initiations when they rise again and cannot pass through Major Mysteries Initiations without a spouse, is this correct?
If so, what means that they do not loose their Auric Embrio/Mastery?

Blessings and thank you for your attention!

OM TAT SAT OM
8 years ago
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#5034
Accepted Answer
For the sake of clarity, a Bodhisattva is a human soul who has completed the Fifth Initiation of FIre and incarnated Chokmah, the Christ or Second Logos, through the Venustic Initiation. This indicates that the Monad of the initiate has decided to take the Direct Path.

A fallen Bodhisattva is a human soul who, even after having incarnated Christ, betrayed the Lord by falling into animal generation, fornication, and bestial sexuality.

If a fallen Bodhisattva is re-initiating his or her efforts in raising the sacred fire, it can only be accomplished through the perfect matrimony. The Kundalini never rises within the spinal columns of the practicing couple without chastity, sanctity, and charity, since the Divine Mother is very demanding. She only rises within the disciples in accordance with conscious works, voluntary sufferings, and by practicing intensely within the flaming forge of Vulcan: upright and pure sexual alchemy.

Therefore, regarding the awakening of the Chakra Sahasrara within the First Initiation of Fire, this is only accomplished by working within White Tantra and purifying the mind intensely, the latter constituting in itself "conscious works and voluntary sufferings."

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!"

8 years ago
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#5029
Mastery and Initiations belong to the Innermost and not the human soul (Bodhisattva). Therefore, if the Bodhisattva falls into perdition, his spiritual development remains within Atman-Buddhi (Chesed and Geburah). The Auric Embryo relates to the light of Christ, since אֹור Aur in Hebrew signifies "light." We find אֹור Aur hidden within the middle of the word גבורה Geb-UR-ah, Geburah, which explains why Samael Aun Weor wrote in The Gnostic Bible: The Pistis Sophia Unveiled that Geburah possesses all the Christic attributes of the initiate, since she is the spiritual consciousness within us all.

Geburah absorbs the development of the human soul (initiate). The Being, Atman-Buddhi and the Holy Christic Trinity, never fall, since God is perfect. The human soul is what can fall. The Bodhisattva is merely a mirror through which God can reflect Himself, nothing more. If the mirror drops to the floor and shatters (in the same manner as the lyre of Orpheus fell with the degradation of humanity), then the only thing that has broken is precisely that object, not the divine being who witnessed Himself through that mirror.

Geburah is precisely the Christic power of the holy cross or swastika in motion. In order to awaken the אֹור Aur or light of God once again, the fallen initiate must once again work with the cross (גבור Gibur); he or she must once again follow the path of Ra, as signified by the end of the word: Gebur-RA. This will once again develop the light of the consciousness within the fallen Bodhisattva and, for the very fact that a more profound work is being performed, such a light will shine with tremendous victory in accordance with conscious works and tremendously intense and voluntary sufferings.

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!"

8 years ago
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#5033
Thanks, Benedictus, it is clear now that initiations are never lost, but a more specific question arises then:
In "The Major Mysteries", Samael Aun Weor wrote that "When the sacred serpent has passed from the pineal gland to the area between the eyebrows, then the high initiation - which is the First Initiation of Major Mysteries - is attained".
So the question is the following: for the fallen Boddhisattva of the Innermost having First Initiation of Major Mysteries is it necessary to practice sexual magic with a spouse to open the seventh church or it can be achieved "with conscious works and tremendously intense and voluntary sufferings" only?
8 years ago
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#5034
Accepted Answer
For the sake of clarity, a Bodhisattva is a human soul who has completed the Fifth Initiation of FIre and incarnated Chokmah, the Christ or Second Logos, through the Venustic Initiation. This indicates that the Monad of the initiate has decided to take the Direct Path.

A fallen Bodhisattva is a human soul who, even after having incarnated Christ, betrayed the Lord by falling into animal generation, fornication, and bestial sexuality.

If a fallen Bodhisattva is re-initiating his or her efforts in raising the sacred fire, it can only be accomplished through the perfect matrimony. The Kundalini never rises within the spinal columns of the practicing couple without chastity, sanctity, and charity, since the Divine Mother is very demanding. She only rises within the disciples in accordance with conscious works, voluntary sufferings, and by practicing intensely within the flaming forge of Vulcan: upright and pure sexual alchemy.

Therefore, regarding the awakening of the Chakra Sahasrara within the First Initiation of Fire, this is only accomplished by working within White Tantra and purifying the mind intensely, the latter constituting in itself "conscious works and voluntary sufferings."

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!"

8 years ago
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#5035
Thank you very much Benedictus for clarifying about fallen Boddhisattvas, now it is clear.
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