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Christ is a cosmic force, an energy and intelligence that radiates in everything. In any religion, no matter what the name, no matter the country or the tradition, the primary concern of that religion is Christ, even if that religion doesn’t use that word. - Christ, Mantra, Mind Protection


Given that Christ is beyond all forms and names, and is the foundation of all religions, my question is: what is the significance or impact of the intensity in the level of worship of Christ?

It is stated that
The ancient Native Americans, the Aztec, and Maya, had many names for this ray of light, but the most famous is Quetzalcoatl. The Christians call it Yeshua, Jesus Christ, the Son. In the East, there are thousands of names for this energy: Avalokiteshvara, Chenresig, Krishna, Vishnu, Osiris, Ahura Mazda, and Fu Xi. - Christ, Mantra, Mind Protection


Yet in the current existing religions it is very apparent the differing levels of worship and understanding of Christ. For example in Christianity, it is all about Christ. They worship Jesus as the Son of God in an intense manner. In contrast, Avalokiteshvara for example, is seen as a deity amongst many and venerated within sub sects of Buddhism such as Tibeten Buddhism, and even within that is one of many deities. Many people who practice Buddhism do not even know about Avalokiteshvara.

Jesus said unto Herod, “You are a Justinian; you are just; what happens is that you have never liked me.” Then, Herod exceedingly wroth, spoke to the council and said: “Do not eat the Moon.” Herod meant with this phrase that they must not abandon their lunar cult. Since all racial religions are lunar, the Jewish religion is lunar.

Herod was totally conservative and as such, he defended the ancient traditional Jewish religion.

Yes, Herod defended the ancient sacerdotal caste of the people of Judah. This is how Herod rejected the Savior of the world.

Thus, the council at the palace of Herod was transcendental, since the new period of Solar, Christic development in the world was announced in this initiatic council. Nevertheless, since Herod was strikingly conservative, he seized onto the lunar past and onto racial prejudices, and this is how he did not acknowledge Jesus as the Savior of the world. Therefore, this council of initiates became a failure. - The Gnostic Jesus


The Jewish people rejected Jesus Christ, and they are a lunar religion, what is the significance of this fact and its impact on a Jewish person who is devoutly religious?

So in essence: If there is a Christian and a Jewish person, both love God with all their heart, mind and soul, is there a difference between them? One knows of Christ and worships Him and the other has rejected Christ or is ignorant of Him. And what about all the varying levels in between, such as Mohammed who is said to be Christened but he is simply a messenger / prophet of God as seen by the Muslims.

I apologize for the verbose attempt to explain my question, I hope that it is transmitted clearly!


Thank you!
8 years ago
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#6522
Accepted Answer
Jesus saith unto him, Thomas, because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed. -John 20:29
Blessed are those who believe in the Gnostic teachings and who begin to practice, for through practice they will develop spiritual perception.

However, blessed are those who are sincere in heart within different religions, for even though they only believe in a certain teaching and have no experience, who is to say that they may not be guided to the direct realization of the Being, and therefore the vivification of the dead letter?

A real initiate does not reject the Christ mentioned in other traditions, whether that light be called "Khrestos," Allah, Buddha, Jehovah, etc. Those who reject the Christ in other religious forms tend to demonstrate their own ignorance of what the energy of Christ is and even the meaning of their own tradition.

Fanatic Muslims assert that there is no trinity, that Allah is One in accordance with the doctrine of Tawhid, Unity. Meanwhile, they ignore the teachings of the great Sufi Masters, who explain that Allah is One because He is many, and can manifest in different angels. Most basic of all is that the trinity is a single force, a unity. Therefore there is no discrepancy. But intellectual people devoid of cognizance do not know how to reconcile the appearance of differences, because they have never entered into the real path or even studied and experienced the doctrine of unity, the doctrine of the synthesis, in detail.

Or, such individuals who reject Christ, while they may be initiates, are often Pratyeka Buddhas of the Spiral Path, who therefore do not follow the revolutionary path that conduces the righteous one, the Tzaddik, towards the Absolute. This explains why some people of the lunar religions, while having development, do not comprehend the revolutionary teachings of the Christ.

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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#6470
Christ as an energy has been worshiped in different levels, according to the level of conscious development of the practitioner. But as it was related by the Sufi initiates:
God Most High said, "And they honor not God with the honor due Him" (al-Qur'an 6:91). According to commentary, this means, "They do not know God as He deserves to be known." -Al-Risalah Al-Qushayriyah
As Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) related about Allah (the Cosmic Christ) in al-Hadith:
Allah says,"I was a hidden treasure, and I wished to be known, so I created a creation (mankind), then made Myself known to them, and they recognised Me [in accordance with their conscious development]."
We know from esotericism that there are different paths to develop the consciousness, which result in varying degrees of divine cognizance. There are masters of the spiral path, and there are masters of the direct path. The masters of the spiral path know God in a very minor degree; their development is within Nirvana across innumerable eternities and cycles of cosmic evolution. It is a slow and gradual development throughout the cosmos. However, such masters of the spiral path "honor not God with the honor due Him" because they do not fully develop the potential of the consciousness.

The realization of one's full potential in Christ is only accomplished through the direct path, whereby the new master abandons Nirvana and, out of boundless pity and compassion for suffering humanity, remains in the world in order to dispel its miseries. Such individuals who renounce heaven, powers, initiations, and glory, in turn work to serve humanity, and thereby earn the right to incarnate Christ.

This incarnation of the Solar Logos is what makes complete spiritual development possible. This is the only path that can completely annihilate animal desire, the reincarnating ego, so as to Christify the individual. Therefore, in a manner of speaking, since the direct path is the incarnation of the Solar Logos, we can say that this direct path is the solar path, the path of the solar human being or superman cited by Friedrich Nietzsche.

The lunar path specifically relates to Klipoth. However, we can state that the spiral path of the Nirvani Buddhas is a lunar religion, a lunar path, because it is very mechanical, albeit upon more subtler forces in the cosmos and in nature. The Buddhas of Nirvana, who do not incarnate Christ, do not know that solar energy as it deserves to be known. In many cases, they have light, but not in complete development. They only reflect the light of the higher dimensions above, much in the same way that the moon has no light of its own, but reflects the power of the sun of which it is ignorant.

It is for this reason that there always existed conflict among the Nirvani Buddhas and the Bodhisattvas, the latter whom are incarnations of the Solar Logos, the bodhi or "light" of the world. This is because the solar initiates, the masters of the direct path, possess more knowledge of the consciousness, which has never been fully understood by the Nirvanis. Therefore in the times of Jesus, this great master was contradicted and spat upon even by Nirvanis, who are terrified of the solar path, because the Nirvanis follow a lunar religion, a mechanical development throughout many eternities. However, they know nothing of the Paranirvanic bliss of the Cosmic Christ, and become attached to their small candle flame of light, ignoring that their flame is nothing in comparison to the light of the sun, which is realized only through the direct path.

Muhammad is also another master of the straight path, for as "the seal of the truth," or "seal of the prophets," he embodied the sacred teachings of Mahamudra and Dzogchen, "the straight path to attaining Buddhahood in one life," to quote Padmasambhava, or as we recite from Al-Fatihah: the Opening:
In the Name of Allah,
the All-beneficent, the All-merciful.
All praise belongs to Allah,
Lord of all the worlds,
the All-beneficent, the All-merciful,
Master of the Day of Retribution.
You [alone] do we worship,
and to You [alone] do we turn for help.
Guide us on the straight path,
the path of those whom You have blessed
—such as have not incurred Your wrath,
nor are astray.
To fully receive the blessings of Christ, we must enter the straight path. The Nirvanis receive the blessings of Christ to a degree, but to achieve full sanctification, beautification, one must completely annihilate the ego, a feat only accomplished on the solar path or Herakles, the Christ-Man or Superman.

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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#6511
Thank you Benedictus for taking the time to write a beautiful and thorough response. From what I understand then, the worshipping of Christ, since it is an energy, is an action: an internal becoming of that energy which can only be completely incarnated when the ego is completely dead.

What is then the significance of knowing or not knowing the distinctions of God in an intellectual/verbal manner: namely knowing that there is a Trinity, as opposed to only knowing God as "God" or "Allah"

I ask because even though I began forming a relationship God when I found this path, I was diligently and specifically pursued by Jesus Christ, relentlessly, until I had no choice but to completely surrender. After this, there is a peace and joy that is in my heart that I feel adds a very specific dimension that comes specifically from Christ. I feel like my inner Divine family of God: Father, Mother, Son, Holy Spirit is now complete as a foundation, and had one been far from me, I feel a lack within me. But having this intellectual knowledge foremost, is what allowed me to know it then internally. The same goes for Divine Mother: I had never heard of Her really until I read Master Samael's books and then when I immediately called upon Her, she appeared as if she had been waiting in the depths for eternities. And again, it was and is a very specific kind of energy.

This made me wonder then about people (who do not know the path) who are religious or not, but believe and have a relationship with God but do not know Christ as an aspect and thus never uttered His name. Does it matter that they do not have this intellectual knowledge of a distinction? Or does it only matter that they embody the energy of love, forgiveness, etc.

In essence if one has never uttered the word Christ upon their lips, does it matter? Can a Jewish person who has outwardly rejected Jesus Christ, still know Christ by having Christ like actions? I feel like knowing the Trinity has deeply intensified my relationship with God in a way that perhaps wouldn't have been as specific and profound if I only knew God as a general blanket "God" (i hope you know what I mean). Because of that, I wonder of people who reject out of ignorance, or are completely ignorant of the Trinity in general, are they hindered because of this?

Thank you so much for taking the time to read this!
8 years ago
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#6522
Accepted Answer
Jesus saith unto him, Thomas, because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed. -John 20:29
Blessed are those who believe in the Gnostic teachings and who begin to practice, for through practice they will develop spiritual perception.

However, blessed are those who are sincere in heart within different religions, for even though they only believe in a certain teaching and have no experience, who is to say that they may not be guided to the direct realization of the Being, and therefore the vivification of the dead letter?

A real initiate does not reject the Christ mentioned in other traditions, whether that light be called "Khrestos," Allah, Buddha, Jehovah, etc. Those who reject the Christ in other religious forms tend to demonstrate their own ignorance of what the energy of Christ is and even the meaning of their own tradition.

Fanatic Muslims assert that there is no trinity, that Allah is One in accordance with the doctrine of Tawhid, Unity. Meanwhile, they ignore the teachings of the great Sufi Masters, who explain that Allah is One because He is many, and can manifest in different angels. Most basic of all is that the trinity is a single force, a unity. Therefore there is no discrepancy. But intellectual people devoid of cognizance do not know how to reconcile the appearance of differences, because they have never entered into the real path or even studied and experienced the doctrine of unity, the doctrine of the synthesis, in detail.

Or, such individuals who reject Christ, while they may be initiates, are often Pratyeka Buddhas of the Spiral Path, who therefore do not follow the revolutionary path that conduces the righteous one, the Tzaddik, towards the Absolute. This explains why some people of the lunar religions, while having development, do not comprehend the revolutionary teachings of the Christ.

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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