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jhkj
8 years ago
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#6061
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These religious phenomena are abstract principles of nature, the latter which is polarized into positive and negative. So the fact that black magicians or sorcerers rest upon the occult forces of nature, albeit in a negative manner, and that the so-called "positive" archbishops of these times invoke the positive archetypes of Christianity and occult nature through the Latin Mass, should be no surprise. One group is invoking the forces of hell, the other, through the Mass, is invoking the superior forces, which are found in constant battle throughout the cosmos.

So in synthesis we can state that both white magicians and black magicians rest upon the same foundations (Yesod), the same religious principles (Astral Light), albeit with different intentions, uses, and purposes. Master Samael, in that chapter you quoted, was speaking in a broader, macrocosmic manner.
Gods and demons live in eternal struggle. The Gods defend the doctrine of chastity. The demons hate chastity. In sex, the root of the conflict between Gods and demons is found.

The great battle takes place in the Astral Light. The Astral Light is the deposit of all of great Nature’s past, present and future forms. The Astral Light is the Azoth and Magnesia of the ancient Alchemists, Medea’s Flying Dragon, the Christians’ INRI, the Tarot of the Bohemians. The Astral Light is a terrific sexual fire springing forth from the Sun’s nimbus and is fixed to the Earth by the force of gravity and the weight of the atmosphere. The Sun is the one that attracts and repels such an enchanting and delightful light. The Astral Light is Archimedes’ lever. The old sage said: “Give me a fulcrum and I will move the universe.”

The semen is the human being’s Astral liquid. The semen is the Astral Light. The semen is the key to all powers and the key to all empires.

The Astral Light has two poles, one positive and the other negative. The ascending serpent is positive. The descending serpent is negative. When it ascends, it is the brazen serpent that healed the Israelites in the wilderness. When it descends, it is the tempting serpent of Eden.

When we know how to adore and kiss with infinite tenderness and supreme chastity, the serpent ascends. When we enjoy lust ardently and spill the cup, the serpent precipitates itself, inebriated with madness towards the atomic infernos of the human being.

In the region of light live the beings who adore each other. In the region of darkness live the souls who become inebriated with the chalice of lust, and who after getting drunk spill the cup. Those souls are consumed in the fire of their own lust.

The Earth is ruled by Christ and Javhe who live in eternal struggle. Christ is the leader of Gods. Javhe is the chief of demons. -Samael Aun Weor, The Perfect Matrimony

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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#6066
Thank you Benedictus. This makes a lot of sense to me now. Both the sorcerer and the priest are dealing with the same cosmic material...just in different ways.

Great answer! :) Thank you for that clarification.
8 years ago
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#6061
Accepted Answer
These religious phenomena are abstract principles of nature, the latter which is polarized into positive and negative. So the fact that black magicians or sorcerers rest upon the occult forces of nature, albeit in a negative manner, and that the so-called "positive" archbishops of these times invoke the positive archetypes of Christianity and occult nature through the Latin Mass, should be no surprise. One group is invoking the forces of hell, the other, through the Mass, is invoking the superior forces, which are found in constant battle throughout the cosmos.

So in synthesis we can state that both white magicians and black magicians rest upon the same foundations (Yesod), the same religious principles (Astral Light), albeit with different intentions, uses, and purposes. Master Samael, in that chapter you quoted, was speaking in a broader, macrocosmic manner.
Gods and demons live in eternal struggle. The Gods defend the doctrine of chastity. The demons hate chastity. In sex, the root of the conflict between Gods and demons is found.

The great battle takes place in the Astral Light. The Astral Light is the deposit of all of great Nature’s past, present and future forms. The Astral Light is the Azoth and Magnesia of the ancient Alchemists, Medea’s Flying Dragon, the Christians’ INRI, the Tarot of the Bohemians. The Astral Light is a terrific sexual fire springing forth from the Sun’s nimbus and is fixed to the Earth by the force of gravity and the weight of the atmosphere. The Sun is the one that attracts and repels such an enchanting and delightful light. The Astral Light is Archimedes’ lever. The old sage said: “Give me a fulcrum and I will move the universe.”

The semen is the human being’s Astral liquid. The semen is the Astral Light. The semen is the key to all powers and the key to all empires.

The Astral Light has two poles, one positive and the other negative. The ascending serpent is positive. The descending serpent is negative. When it ascends, it is the brazen serpent that healed the Israelites in the wilderness. When it descends, it is the tempting serpent of Eden.

When we know how to adore and kiss with infinite tenderness and supreme chastity, the serpent ascends. When we enjoy lust ardently and spill the cup, the serpent precipitates itself, inebriated with madness towards the atomic infernos of the human being.

In the region of light live the beings who adore each other. In the region of darkness live the souls who become inebriated with the chalice of lust, and who after getting drunk spill the cup. Those souls are consumed in the fire of their own lust.

The Earth is ruled by Christ and Javhe who live in eternal struggle. Christ is the leader of Gods. Javhe is the chief of demons. -Samael Aun Weor, The Perfect Matrimony

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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