Monday, 30 June 2014
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Hello, can you please explain what this means below, taken from your teaching "Moses, Isreal, Satan and Job"? Does it mean that a high initiate will reach a point where they will be tested, and if they fail, they will be punished by physical illness and/or physical death? Thank you kindly.

"Thereafter, he receives an impure sickness. And this is what many people do not understand. They think that because he is a high initiate he is not going to be punished. No, he is punished. And the one that knows how to punish Adam is Satan, why? Because that initiate uses the sexual force of Satan the force of Geburah in the wrong way. And Satan knows very well in which way, in all the ways we did it; because Satan was involved in the fall. And Satan says, “Well, Adam deserves a sickness, and I want to give it to him. He made me suffer as fire in hell a long time. And he has to suffer now the effects of my suffering. Because, if he fails, I go back to hell again. But if he succeeds, he is going to liberate me from my shore, as a tutor”. Behold here your Christus Lucifer or Satan--he is our tutor. "
8 years ago
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This is what it is to vividly experience the whole book of the Patriarch Job in eight years, to pay the tithe to Neptune before the Resurrection...

The book of Job is a complete representation of the ancient initiation and of the people who presided over the “magna ceremony.”

The neophyte is shown in this book. He is deprived of everything, even of his own sons, and is afflicted by an impure sickness.

His wife anguishes him by mocking the trust which he puts in a God who treats him in such a way. His three friends Eliphas, Bildad, and Zophar torment him when they believably judge him to be impious and certainly worthy of that punishment...

Job then calls for a champion, a liberator, because he knows that this Shiva is eternal, and will redeem him from the slavery of the Earth (by means of the intimate Resurrection) by restoring his flesh.

Job, while under divine permission, is tormented, deprived, sick under the cruel action of those malignant beings that Aristophanes called the “black birds.” Saint Paul called them the “black powers of the air.” The church called them “demons.” Theosophy and Kabbalah calls them “elementaries,” etc., etc., etc...

Nonetheless, Job is just, and he utters the theme of his own justification before such rigors of destiny, and finally conquers with the sacred IT of the crucifixion of his ulcerated flesh. Jehovah (the interior Iod-Heve of each person) permits the Healer Angels, or Jinns (whose classic leader, as found in books such as the book of Tobias, is the Archangel Raphael), to approach him... The Three Mountains by Samael Aun Weor

Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah,
the Root of David, has prevailed to open the book,
and to loose the seven seals thereof. - Revelation 5: 5

8 years ago
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#7101
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This is what it is to vividly experience the whole book of the Patriarch Job in eight years, to pay the tithe to Neptune before the Resurrection...

The book of Job is a complete representation of the ancient initiation and of the people who presided over the “magna ceremony.”

The neophyte is shown in this book. He is deprived of everything, even of his own sons, and is afflicted by an impure sickness.

His wife anguishes him by mocking the trust which he puts in a God who treats him in such a way. His three friends Eliphas, Bildad, and Zophar torment him when they believably judge him to be impious and certainly worthy of that punishment...

Job then calls for a champion, a liberator, because he knows that this Shiva is eternal, and will redeem him from the slavery of the Earth (by means of the intimate Resurrection) by restoring his flesh.

Job, while under divine permission, is tormented, deprived, sick under the cruel action of those malignant beings that Aristophanes called the “black birds.” Saint Paul called them the “black powers of the air.” The church called them “demons.” Theosophy and Kabbalah calls them “elementaries,” etc., etc., etc...

Nonetheless, Job is just, and he utters the theme of his own justification before such rigors of destiny, and finally conquers with the sacred IT of the crucifixion of his ulcerated flesh. Jehovah (the interior Iod-Heve of each person) permits the Healer Angels, or Jinns (whose classic leader, as found in books such as the book of Tobias, is the Archangel Raphael), to approach him... The Three Mountains by Samael Aun Weor

Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah,
the Root of David, has prevailed to open the book,
and to loose the seven seals thereof. - Revelation 5: 5

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