Sunday, 06 July 2014
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An instructor mentioned in one of the audio lectures that it is rare for a fallen Bodhisattva to return back to the path and walk... why is this so and what is needed for such individuals to return? Of course repentance is the only door but I feel that once entering that door there is still more that is needed.
8 years ago
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#7199
Accepted Answer
The cross of a fallen Bodhisattva is heavier than regular neophytes, simply because such initiates have more karma to pay relating to the superior law: Katancia. This is the law of initiates and gods, which is very severe.

However, Bodhisattvas possess tremendous merits for having sacrificed for humanity. Due to their previous commitment to Christ and countless humanities revolving within cyclical realms of suffering, fallen Bodhisattvas are given every opportunity to repent and to re-enter the path so as to continue to help the development of Christ within all beings, but only the stubborn ones persist in error, who decisively do not wish to return their Glorian whom they left, and are punished for three crimes:

  • Having assassinated their Inner Buddha
  • For dishonoring the gods
  • And minor karmic crimes

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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#7169
‘O Trojan [Bodhisattva] son of Anchises, sprung from the blood [fire] of the Gods, the path to hell is easy: black Dis’s door is open night and day: but to retrace your steps, and go out to the air above, that is work, that is the task. Some sons of the gods have done it, whom favoring Jupiter [or Christ the Father of all Gods] loved, or whom burning virtue lifted to heaven. Woods cover all the middle part, and Cocytus is round it, sliding in dark coils.

But if such desire is in your mind, such a longing to sail the Stygian lake twice, and twice see Tartarus, and if it delights you to indulge in insane effort, listen to what you must first undertake. Hidden in a dark tree is a golden bough, golden in leaves and pliant stem, sacred to Persephone, the underworld’s Juno, all the groves shroud it, and shadows enclose the secret valleys.
But only one who’s taken a gold-leaved fruit from the tree is allowed to enter earth’s hidden places.

This lovely Proserpine has commanded to be brought to her as a gift: a second fruit of gold never fails to appear when the first one’s picked, the twig’s leafed with the same metal.

So look for it up high, and when you’ve found it with your eyes, take it, of right, in your hand: since, if the Fates have chosen you, it will come away easily, freely of itself: otherwise you won’t conquer it by any force, or cut it with the sharpest steel.
And the inanimate body of your friend lies there (Ah! You do not know) and taints your whole fleet with death, while you seek advice and hang about our threshold. Carry him first to his place and bury him in the tomb. Lead black cattle there: let those be your first offerings of atonement. Only then can you look on the Stygian groves, and the realms forbidden to the living.’ - The Aeneid

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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#7191
Thank you Lion of Judah, that is a cryptic message, one that I cannot fully understand at this moment since I am lacking insight, I will leave this post open in case anybody wishes to add something further.
8 years ago
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#7199
Accepted Answer
The cross of a fallen Bodhisattva is heavier than regular neophytes, simply because such initiates have more karma to pay relating to the superior law: Katancia. This is the law of initiates and gods, which is very severe.

However, Bodhisattvas possess tremendous merits for having sacrificed for humanity. Due to their previous commitment to Christ and countless humanities revolving within cyclical realms of suffering, fallen Bodhisattvas are given every opportunity to repent and to re-enter the path so as to continue to help the development of Christ within all beings, but only the stubborn ones persist in error, who decisively do not wish to return their Glorian whom they left, and are punished for three crimes:

  • Having assassinated their Inner Buddha
  • For dishonoring the gods
  • And minor karmic crimes

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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#7205
So the main crime, the one serious crime that tripped the initiate upside down is sexual in nature? One sexual fall is enough to send the essence tumbling back down?
8 years ago
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#7206
When a star falls from heaven, it falls hard. The higher one is, the greater one's downfall may be.


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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#7207
"It is written in truth that she has a fine head of hair, but when it comes to seizing an opportunity she is bald."
Thanks Benedictus for showing that video, the quote above stands out to me for some reason or another, chastity is sometimes symbolized with long or healthy hair and fornication with the loss of that hair, like in the story of Samson. So I wonder if that's the message there?


"But if such desire is in your mind, such a longing to sail the Stygian lake twice, and twice see Tartarus, and if it delights you to indulge in insane effort, listen to what you must first undertake."
I don't know what the Stygian lake is, Tartarus is just another word for Hell in Greek. Is this in reference to seeing Tartarus, hell, in the good way (meditation on the ego), and sailing the lake in the pure way (working with sexual transmutation)? Because we can visit Tartarus in the devolving way and also sail, more like drown in that lake in the devolving way if that is the message...
8 years ago
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#7215
As to your first question, correct. Long hair symbolizes chastity within the internal worlds, baldness—fornication.

Regarding your last questions, read The Magic of the Runes by Samael Aun Weor!

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

8 years ago
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#7232
When a star falls from heaven, it falls hard. The higher one is, the greater one's downfall may be.


By fall you mean entangling oneself deeper into mechanical nature, and all that comes with it but at a much greater intensity?
1 year ago
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#23800
Yes.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

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