Resurrection After Death

The Perfection of the Human Being on the Tree of Life of Kabbalah

Student: Regarding the gravitational center... you seem to imply that your center of gravity is in Yesod, and that the center of gravity of gnosis (the Aquarian message of Master Samael), has its center of gravity in the Son of Man, in Tiphereth, and that is similar, or equal, to the center of gravity of the teaching that the great Kabir Jesus gave. Am I right or am I wrong, master?

Samael Aun Weor: Well, you are correct. It is clear that every confessional religion has its specific center of gravity.

If we study esoteric and transcendental Buddhism judiciously, we can show that it is very abstract, very deep, that it belongs to certain transcendental states of Kether. This allows us to deduce, with full certainty, that the specific center of gravity of the Buddhist religion is Kether, the ancient of the days, the elder of the centuries...

Now, if we analyze the Egyptian religion, or Nahua (Aztec), Mayan or Zapotec, Persian or Chaldean, we discover the specific center of gravity in Yesod (we already know, between parentheses, that the cubic stone of Yesod is sex, and that sephirah is located exactly in the sexual organs).

But if we carefully study Christian esotericism, we discover its specific center of gravity in Tiphereth, the Son of Man. and it is in the light of its sephirah that we must try to understand the mystique of authentic Christianity.

The Tree of Life of Kabbalah

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We already know that Kether, as a sephirah, is, let us say, the mathematical point, the ancient of the centuries, the truth of truths, the hidden of the hidden, the mercy of mercies.

Chokmah is the second logoic aspect, the Chrestos, the second Logos.

Binah is the third Logos, the Holy Spirit, the Paraclete, Shiva of the Hindustans.

By studying some Kabbalists, we discovered certain errors; there is someone (whose name I do not mention), who emphasizes the idea that Chokmah is masculine and that Binah is feminine; thus, they want to put Chokmah and Binah as the two columns of the temple, something like the Jakin-Bohaz of Freemasonry. It is indisputable that author is wrong. because it turns out that Binah, in itself, is masculine and feminine. Shiva of the Hindustans is polarized in masculine form, but when unfolding himself he becomes Shakti, that is, the Divine Mother Kundalini, that Isis or Marah that appears in Christianity, that, in terrible sufferings, appears with seven daggers stuck in her heart. So Binah, in itself, becomes our secret Father and our Divine Mother.

Thus, considering the Logos as Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, or as Kether, Chokmah and Binah, they form a perfect trinity within the unity; together they are what we could call the "Father" and if we look at Binah, unfolding as the Shakti potential, then obviously we have the Logos and his wife: the Father who is in secret and our Divine Mother Kundalini Shakti.

It is already known that the Father, in himself, and the mother, come to meet, properly, in Yesod; in some way they are related to Yesod, because they govern creation. Malkuth, the kingdom, the physical world, could not exist without the force of Yesod, that is to say, without the vital sexual potential of that sephirah.

Unquestionably, then, the Logos have to use that sephirah Yesod, in order to create, to reproduce all species, all things, to shape all that is, has been and will be...

(In the throat, where the word, the λόγος, is gestated), there is a secret sephirah named Daath, which is found related precisely to Yesod; the secret sephirah Daath is in a matter of tantra, all that tantric knowledge that properly used allows us the intimate self-realization of the being.


Therefore, in synthesis, the first triangle: Kether, Chokmah and Binah, is the indivisible Father.

Then comes the second triangle: Chesed, Geburah and Tiphereth, which is convenient to understand. Unquestionably, the second triangle is Christic, and the basic center of the second triangle, its nuclear center, shall we say, fundamental, is Tiphereth. Chesed, Geburah and Tiphereth, is the manifested triune spirit (the Son of the Father), yet its basic, structural center, is precisely the human soul, Tiphereth.

Then comes the third triangle. Well, the third triangle is made up by Netzach, Hod and Yesod. Netzach is properly the mental, the mind; Hod is the astral; Yesod is the sexual seat, or the organic life seat of the physical body; finally we have Malkuth, which is the physicality. Well then, the truth is that the gravitational center of the third triangle is Yesod (the center of practical magic, right?); Malkuth is a detached sephirah...

Well, now, what we must not lose sight of, is the following: that although it is true that Buddhism has as its center of gravitation the elder of the centuries, the Kether of the Hebraic Kabbalah, it is not for that reason less true that Tantric Buddhism - without which one could never reach the initiation of Kether, right? - that Tantric Buddhism has its basis in Yesod, in sex, since we already know that Tantric Buddhism is what is needed in order to reach the intimate self-realization of the Being.

Well, continuing a little along this path of the great mysteries, we come to discover Yesod in the Egyptian religions. But this does not mean, for that reason, that Yesod (the basis or foundation of this entire universe, which is sex), is the only thing that the Persian, Egyptian, Aztec, etc., etc. religions are occupied with. No! We already know that deep down there is the most pure doctrine of a Quetzalcoatl, the Mexican Cosmic Christ...

Now for example, in authentic Christianity we can see, with dazzling clarity, as the center of gravity the Son, Tiphereth; but if we delve into Christian esotericism, we discover the great arcanum in the very redeemer's own cross, since we already know that the vertical pole is male and that the horizontal one is female, and that at the intersection of both is the key to all power; on top of the cross is written INRI (ignis natura renovatur integra). So, tantra is the background of all that authentic, true Christianity, right? It is therefore convenient to understand all that...

Student: Master, you mentioned, you were explaining something that is very important when teaching neophytes. I was asking you about the immaculate conception of the virgin, to which you replied that for this one has to know the kabbalah, and that only with a thorough knowledge of the ten sephiroth, of the three triangles and of Malkuth, can one intuit the immaculate conception of the mother of God; since you are addressing the sephiroth, would you like to repeat that concept, please?

Samael Aun Weor: With greatest pleasure we will give an answer. It is clear that in no way could the mystery of the sacred conception be understood, if we did not really know the Tree of Life.

We have already said that the first triangle, the Logoic triangle, is made up by Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, the kabalistic Kether, Chokmah and Binah. We also said that Binah, the third sephirah, unfolds as the Divine Mother Kundalini; Shiva unfolds into his wife; thus, the Divine Mother Kundalini is the goddess. She, herself, is the feminine aspect of Shiva, the feminine aspect of Binah, the wife of the Holy Spirit; then the other sephiroth come, as we have already explained.

Christ and the Initiation of Tiphereth

An Isis with the Horus child in her arms is always portrayed in all theogonies; the goddess Venus with Cupid; Marah or Maria with her baby Jesus, the savior, in her arms; it is clear that the other sephiroth (second triangle) emerge from her and from him (in Daath); Binah unfolds in her, his wife; and she unfolds in Chesed, in Geburah and finally in Tiphereth; Tiphereth being the basic gravitational center of the second triangle.


So that Tiphereth, that child, is the one that she, the Isis-María, carries her child in her arms. Of course, that child has to come into the world, and he comes when everything is ready. It has been written that he is "born in a manger or stable"; lay people think of a stable over there, located in a village, no!

First of all, it is good to know that Belen or Bethlehem, where it is said that the child was born, the little village, did not exist in the time of Jesus of Nazareth...

If we analyze the word “Belen,” it has its root in a Chaldean etymology: “bel”, which means “tower of fire.” So such “Belen or Bethlehem” is symbolic, because everything is within ourselves...

It is necessary first of all to create an astral body, because no one is born with the [solar] astral body; We already know that it is possible to create it through the transformations of the Mercury of the secret philosophy; then a mental body, which is the body of objective reasoning, and finally to create the body of the conscious will…

Thus, when one already possesses the physical, astral, mental and causal bodies, everything is ready for that one to receive the child; nevertheless, many could, for example, have the luxury to create these vehicles, to possess a healthy, strong and vigorous physical body; a magnificent astral body, an extraordinary mental body and the causal body, and nonetheless, not for that, to incarnate the child (that child that the Divine Mother carries in her arms).

At that point there is something very subtle, very delicate, that easily escapes any kabbalist; we could properly confuse the kabbalistic Tiphereth with the causal body, such is the danger that exists in this. Just by analyzing a little the passages, for example, from the "Epistles of Paul of Tarsus to the Corinthians", we could clarify this subject-matter… Paul of Tarsus states:

“Howbeit that was not first which is pneumatikos, but that which is psychikos; and afterward that which is pneumatikos.

The first human is of the earth, earthy: the second human is the Lord from heaven.

As is the earthy, such are they also that are earthy: and as is the heavenly, such are they also that are heavenly.

And as we have borne the image of the earthy, we shall also bear the image of the heavenly.” - 1 Corinthians 15: 46-49

Unquestionably, the earthly human is constituted by the physical, with its organic vital seat (naturally they form a single whole); then Hod (the sidereal vehicle, or the Kedsjan body, of which Gurdjieff spoke), the mental body or body of objective reasoning, and finally, the body of the conscious will; This is what we could define as "earthly human."

First of all, if we want Tiphereth (the Son) to come into the world, it is necessary for the true human, the earthly human, to come into existence, because ordinary humanoids are not yet human beings, although they think they are, but they are not yet; only when one has given to oneself the luxury of creating the existential bodies of the being, can one then be called "human", although one is a earthly human, but "human (anthrōpos in Greek)."

The second human that Paul of Tarsus tells us about is the heavenly human, and Paul of Tarsus is very wise in this; Paul of Tarsus tells us: "And as we have borne the image of the earthy," that is, as we created the earthly human, likewise "we shall also bear the image of the heavenly human," who is the Son of Man.

Someone may have received, for example, the fifth initiation of fire, and yet, not because of that, that one has incarnated, within his or herself, the Son of Man. The birth of the Son of Man comes after having passed through the fifth initiation of fire. This is very "detailed," this is very delicate and only on the basis of a rigorous observation can one avoid falling into error.

Properly, the advent of the Son of Man is a grace from the Most High; the Son of Man comes, in himself, when he must fulfill some specific mission on earth, when the initiate has really taken the strait path..., the direct path, to be more clearer, the path that can lead him or her to the final liberation...

He comes into a humble stable, he is born, then, in a "manger" among the animals of desire; it is clear that when he enters into the "stable", such "stable" is not yet clean, because the initiate has not yet had time to dissolve the animal elements that one carries within. The child is born, therefore, very weak; he has been conceived by the work and grace of the Third Logos and of the Divine Mother who carried him in her arms; a newborn child is made, who has to grow and develop...

As we eliminate the inhuman elements, he grows and develops; In the beginning, the change in the initiate who has had the good fortune to incarnate the Son of Man is not noticeable; apparently he is the same personage, his weaknesses are more or less the same, the change of is not immediately noticeable because the child is born very weak; but he has to subdue all things, he has to eliminate the animals of desire, and he does it with the help of his Divine Mother Kundalini; he has to work hard until he submits all things to his Father; the last thing he does is defeat death, because he always conquers death.

After he has subdued all things, after he has disintegrated all the inhuman elements that we carry within, after he has already eliminated everything undesirable from the inner kingdom, then he himself submits to the Father; his posthumous work is to defeat death, to destroy it.

Thus, he resurrectes in the Father and the Father resurrectes in him, because:

"He that hath seen me hath seen the Father;… Believe me that I am in the Father, and the Father in me." - John 14: 10, 11


It is clear that when he comes into the world he will be rejected by the elders (that is to say, by people full of experiences); hated by the scribes (even mocked by them, that is, by the great intellectuals of his time); and third, persecuted, hated, cursed, excommunicated, etc., by the Pharisees (who are the religious of his time).

He will have to be killed with the death of a cross; that is, since he has entered into that earthly human, and that human must die in himself, here and now, that is why it is said that he "must be killed with the death of the cross"...

Keep in mind that it is with the cross that the undesirable elements can be eliminated; bear in mind that fidelity to the Father is tested with the cross.

Many are those who say: "I am faithful to Gnosis, I am firm", but at the hour of the hour, they fail with the cross. Where is the cross? At the crossing of the lingam-yoni; they fail there, there they fornicate, there they adulterate, there they commit their evil deeds, and then, where is their fidelity? And it is with that instrument of the sexual cross that the inhuman elements must be disintegrated, and the earthly human also dies.

Once the earthly death has been reached, then the Son of Man resurrects after three days. Those three days are the three purifications by iron and by fire. Those three days are represented with the three nails of the cross, and by INRI itself. It is through these three purifications, based on iron and fire, that the Son of Man can die and rise from the dead.

All this must be understood with dazzling clarity. Many are those who say "I am faithful to Gnosis, I follow the Father", but when the time comes to be tested with the cross, they show that they are not faithful, nor do they follow the path...

The Seven Days of Genesis and the Seven Seals of the Apocalypse

Student: All of that which you are telling us now, and which is extremely transcendental, and is directly connected with the festivities of the Easter Holy Week. Simply, to study its connection a little, to what we understand profanely, would you like to refer to all of Palm Sunday, the... well, everything related to Easter Holy Week, in synthesis as possible, master?

Samael Aun Weor: Well, we are going to give an answer in synthesis, but quite concrete, because the subject on which you ask is equivalent to writing several volumes. In any case, what I can assert is that we have to live the Easter Holy Week within ourselves, here and now, in the great work.

The book of Genesis of Moses and the book the Apocalypse or Revelation of Saint John complement each other. we should take a look at the bible and see the coordination of Genesis and the Apocalypse. For this, we are going to quote, here, the sacred scriptures. It is stated in Genesis:

“In the beginning Elohim created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of Elohim moved upon the face of the waters. And Elohim said, Let there be light: and there was light. And Elohim saw the light, that it was good: and Elohim divided the light from the darkness. And Elohim called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.” - Genesis 1: 1-5

That relates to the first day of the great work of Easter Holy Week, in which it is necessary to "separate the light from the darkness." the initiate then has to go down to the infernal worlds and know the secret of the abyss: the secret of Malkuth, the secret of Klipoth and of the second death.

“And Elohim said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters. And Elohim made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so. And Elohim called the firmament Heaven. And the evening and the morning were the second day....” - Genesis 1: 6-8

This is the second alchemical work that must be done. In this second alchemist work, one has to "divide the waters from the waters."

Take into account that when Genesis speaks about "waters", Genesis is referring to those spermatic waters of the first instant, to the metallic chaos of alchemy. It is clear that within the sperm there is, let us say, the "soul" of the semen itself, the soul of chaos; such soul is the Mercury of the secret philosophy.

That it is necessary to "divide the waters from the waters" is a fact: the superior waters or the "milk of the virgin" as it is stated in alchemy, the Mercury of the secret philosophy or the metallic soul of Azoth, must be separated from the gross part, this is done by means of transmutation; this is obvious.

There are three types of Mercury, namely, brute Mercury or the sperm; the metallic soul of the Mercury, which are, let's say, the sexual, seminal currents, rising through ida and pingala (that is the second Mercury), and the third Mercury, it is clear, which is when the solar and lunar atoms of Mercury make contact in the triveni, near the coccyx and awakens the kundalini, the sacred fire, the Sulfur.

This Sulfur fertilizes the Mercury and forms the third Mercury that comes to penetrate better said, to ascend through the sushumna canal, along the spinal column to the brain; and it is with that third Mercury (with the surplus of that third Mercury) with which the astral body comes to crystallize, and much later, in a higher octave, the mental body, and much later the causal body.

Therefore, "to divide the waters from the waters" is indispensable by means of sexual transmutation. This is the second day of creation… Genesis continues:

“And Elohim said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear: and it was so. And Elohim called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he Seas: and Elohim saw that it was good.

And Elohim said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so. And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and Elohim saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the third day. ” - Genesis 1: 9-13

Behold, here is the third work: the creation of the astral body or the sidereal vehicle, which must "come to yield fruit." And when does it yield "fruit"? The astral body has already yielding “fruit” when it is already a vehicle of pure gold, in this third vehicle, the astral body is, we might say, life...

“And Elohim said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seaSons, and for days, and years: And let them be for lights in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth: and it was so. And Elohim made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night: he made the stars also. And Elohim set them in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth, And to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the light from the darkness: and Elohim saw that it was good. And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.” - Genesis 1:14-19

This is when one comes, then, to give shape, properly said, to the fourth initiation, when it comes, well, properly said, to possess that vehicle of the mind, when it comes to christify it in the great work (and this is very important)...

So those "signs" that are seen above: the sun, the moon, the stars and all that subject-matter, refers to the hermetic wisdom; because in the world of Netzach is the world of hermetic wisdom, there is where you find hermetic knowledge. So that the fourth day is very interesting, which has to do with the fourth initiation… Genesis continue:

“And Elohim said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven. And Elohim created great whales, and every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly, after their kind, and every winged fowl after his kind: and Elohim saw that it was good. And Elohim blessed them, saying, Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas, and let fowl multiply in the earth. And the evening and the morning were the fifth day.”... - Genesis 1: 20-23

It is well known that in the fifth initiation (which corresponds to the causal world), is where one has to become master of the elements, to learn how to handle everything that has life, to become lord of fire, air, water and earth; to learn to handle the powers of nature, but that is only possible by working on oneself.

That is why I said that before trying to handle the elements of nature (the elementals of fire, air, water, earth), one has to handle one's own elements: to learn how to handle the atomic elementals of the sperm; to learn how to handle the atomic elementals of sexual fire; to learn how to handle the sylphs of one's own mind, the atomic sylphs of the mind (that is, to become master of his own mind), and to learn how to handle also the atomic gnomes that form the flesh and bones; to become master of the atomic elementals within himself...

Only the one who becomes master of one's own body can become master of nature. One could not learn to handle the elementals of the universe if one has not yet learn how to handle one's own atomic elementals, those of one's own body. All of this is learned on the fifth day of creation.

“And Elohim said, Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his kind, cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind: and it was so. And Elohim made the beast of the earth after his kind, and cattle after their kind, and every thing that creepeth upon the earth after his kind: and Elohim saw that it was good. And Elohim said, Let us make Adam in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth. So Elohim created Adam in his own image, in the image of Elohim created he him; male and female created he them. And Elohim blessed them, and Elohim said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth. And Elohim said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat. And to every beast of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to every thing that creepeth upon the earth, wherein there is life, I have given every green herb for meat: and it was so. And Elohim saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day.” - Genesis1: 24-31

So Elohim created Adam; male and female created he them.” But, when is it that one truly becomes male and female? When do the masculine and feminine principles of the Seity merge?

Bear in mind that this, the work of the sixth day in alchemy belongs to the sixth work in which the buddhi, the Valkyrie, after having married the knight, the human soul, merge themselves integrally through fire. Then the perfect androgyne human being becomes. Yes, this is the perfect male and female, with powers over fire, over the air, over the waters, over the earth, and over all that is, has been and will be. This is the last day of creation...

Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them. And on the seventh day Elohim ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. And Elohim blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which Elohim created and made… - Genesis 2: 1-3

When the seventh work is done, on the seventh day of the Easter Holy Week, the work is finished (“consummatum est!,” that is, “everything has been finished!”); then comes the supreme surrender of the spirit to the Father.

Later, on the eighth day, the Father resurrects in the Son and the Son resurrects in the Father, the Son rises from his crystal tomb, after the resurrection of the dead; but the whole of that work, in itself, forms the Easter Holy Week...

We have looked at this from the angle of Genesis, because with the same laws that the Logos (the perfect multiple unity) used in order to create this solar system, those same laws have to be used by the alchemist in order to create his inner universe, this, in order to have reality, in order to create one's own universe, these are the same laws...

When one works with alchemy, one is working with the same laws with which the creator created the universe. Even more, one is expanding the work of the creator, because the work of the creator is enlarged when a new master is born.

Therefore, when the work is consummated and when one reaches what one wanted to reach: this becomes what the creator, the Logos, ultimately wanted, which is, that the self-realized adepts, the resurrected humans, the Elohim, all of this, become the consummation of his work.

Genesis is closely related to the apocalypse of Saint John, with the seven seals, as with the seven trumpets that each angel is going to blow...

When the initiate receives the initiation of Malkuth, one unquestionably breaks the first seal; when one passes through the initiation of Yesod one breaks the second seal of the sacred book, which is the human himself; when one goes through the third initiation one breaks the third seal; when one passes through the fourth one breaks the fourth seal; when one passes through the fifth one breaks the fifth seal; when one passes through the sixth initiation one breaks the sixth seal and the work has been completed, because the seventh is the one of rest, prayer, meditation, supplication, as it is seen there, in the Apocalypse of Saint John. It is clear that when the seventh seal is broken, the work is already, in fact, finished, since the eighth day is always for the resurrection.

One has to live Genesis individually or collectively. One lives it collectively with the creation of the universe, as a divine particle that comes to this creation.

Now, the Apocalypse, one has to live it individually or live it collectively. Collectively it is the book of life, the book of wisdom, thus throughout history each seal is broken. At this time the last seal is about to be broken... at least the sixth seal, the penultimate; I mean, humanity is experiencing the apocalypse collectively...

If the alchemist has to make gold, that is, he has not only create the superior existential bodies of the being, but also has to convert those bodies into pure gold before they can be "swallowed" by the serpent. Likewise the Logos, he wants an age of gold; and in order for the Logos to be able to have a golden age, he has to do the same thing that the alchemist does in his laboratory, to start breaking seal by seal.

Thus the Logos has to make humanity live, in all nature, make it live or breaking off each seal. Of course, when it ends, when the sixth seal is broken, the work is practically finished, right? Then the final catastrophe is coming; and with the breaking of the seventh seal there is practically nothing left of everything that was. Finally comes the resurrection of the Logos in everything created, in all of nature, and that happens when it is the new age: the golden age...

Just as a human in order to make gold (I am speaking in alchemist science) needs to break the seven seals, so too the Logos (in order to be able to make a golden age) needs all of humanity to break the seven seals, that all of nature breaks them, and then the golden age begins; but he has to put all of this to pass through a tremendous and frightening Apocalypse.

So, either we live the Apocalypse individually or we have to live it collectively.

Better, to live it individually, which gives us the triumph! For this, we have to fix the gold in ourselves, we achieve, then, the golden fleece of the ancients...

Otherwise we have to live it collectively, with the great worldly Apocalypse, and to enter in the infernal worlds, in order to go through the second death in order for later, to have the right to live in the golden age as pure essences in new organisms, of course, without self-realization! As simple elementals... for a new golden age... So either way, we still have to live the great book and break its seals...

Holy Week, if it is called “Holy” is for that reason, because it is the week in which one has to live the cosmic drama, and each of those days is equivalent to long periods of work. but, at the end of the day, the great work is always summarized, symbolically, in the book of Job, in the eight years of Job (they are the summation or the extract itself), but as a whole, the great work, since even if it is summarized in eight days, in eight years totally (together with the resurrection and everything), that is to say, the easter holy week can last many years, right?

In any case, everyone has to live his holy week, right? The Son of Man lives his; when the Son of Man is born in the "manger", he must live his easter holy week, to perform all the work in his holy week...

All of this cannot be explained to laypeople, because laypeople do not understand. Laypeople receives the "crust", the "husk" of the teachings, but the initiates are taught the "meat of the doctrine", they are given the doctrine to "eat"...

Student: Does the visit to the seven churches refer to our seven chakras?

Samael Aun Weor: Well, of course it refers to that!...

Therefore, Christianity has two aspects: exoteric or public Christianity, for laypeople, and esoteric or sacred Christianity for the initiates...

Student: Venerable master, in order to become cognizant of our work, I want to ask you: if the bodhisattva (even if he is a fallen bodhisattva) has to form the body of the conscious will, that is, the causal body, in order for Tiphereth to enter?

Samael Aun Weor: Well, the bodhisattva, being a bodhisattva, then, does not have to enter to create the causal body, since that one is known to be a bodhisattva, that is, the human soul of a master; It is already understood that these vehicles were created in the past. However, that one has to light the fire in each of the vehicles, restore the fire in each of the  vehicles, and then regenerate the gold in the bodies. Having achieved that, then, the bodhisattva rises.

But well, not going so far but starting at the base, we would say that after the fire has been lit in each of the vehicles, after the igneous principle has been restored, let us say, in the physical, vital, astral, mental and causal bodies. If the Father wants, if it is his will, he can send Tiphereth to be born in the "inner stable."


But I understand that the iniation of Tiphereth is a grace from the highest; because someone may have reached, I repeat, the fifth initiation of fire, and yet, not because of that, the child (who carries the Divine Mother in her arms) has penetrated into his vehicles, into the "stable." However, if you really yearn for it, if you want to work for humanity, then you can get the Son of Man to come into the world, and if it is the will of the Father…

Student: Venerable master, concretely the soul..., when an initiate has formed the causal body, does he then achieve the formation of the human soul, or is the human soul Tiphereth?

Samael Aun Weor: Well, the human soul, properly, is in the same causal body, right? A fraction of the causal is what constitutes the buddhata, the essence.

In the bodhisattva, then, that buddhata or essence is the already organized golden embryo...

In any case, we must bear in mind what I already said at the beginning, which is, that this is too subtle, meaning, that this subject-matter about the causal body and the Christic Tiphereth is easily given to confusion. It is so subtle and fine that one can make mistakes, one can "confuse gymnastics with jinn-gnostics"...

Tiphereth, that is to say, the living expression of the intimate Christ, is very correlated, then, with the causal body, with the human soul; Tiphereth becomes an integral part with the human soul, but when it is the will of the Father, when the Son of Man comes into the world...

I think you have already understood it, although this is very fine, because it turns out that you have to have a very elastic, very ductile, and very receptive mind in order to understand this.

Student: Well, in short, master, in order to achieve the initiation of Tiphereth, do you have to have the solar vehicles?

Samael Aun Weor: Well, unquestionably, if one does not possess the superior existential bodies of the being, one could never reach the initiation of Tiphereth.

Transmigrations of the Essence

Student, Master, what is the origin of our essence? We who want to rise up, why haven't we done it before?

Samael Aun Weor: Well, with the greatest pleasure I am going to give an answer to all that... the essence comes from the Milky Way (I am speaking in synthesis), it reaches the Sun and then, finally, it penetrates into nature.

In the beginning, the essence manifests itself as a simple primeval elemental, right? It ascends through the mineral, vegetable and animal stages, until finally penetrating into the body of the "humanoid" or "rational mammal"...

It is clear that the essence needs to become the golden embryo, it needs to work to create the superior existential bodies of the Being and transform itself into a bodhisattva.

When the essence does not achieve, then, its mission in the first cycle of manifestation, which is 108 lives, then it has to descend into the bowels of the earth in a devolving processes, with the purpose of eliminating the inhuman elements or psychic aggregates in which it comes to be bottled up due to mistakes.

Once it has passed through the second death, it rises again to the surface of the world to restart new evolutionary processes from the mineral.

Unquestionably, these new processes have as their starting point a higher spiral within the great spiral of life: it will begin or return, or it will restart its evolutionary processes, again, from the mineral, but in a higher octave, no longer as a simple inferior elemental, but as a superior gnome, until the humanoid state is reconquered (after having passed through the vegetable and animal levels) where it will be assigned, as we already know, the 108 existences. If that essence does not succeed, the process will continue repeating itself for 3,000 cycles (cycles or wheels of manifestation, or ages)...

Well, you who are not bodhisattvas yet, it is because you did not work in that sense, you did not reach those heights in past cycles of manifestation, but right now you can become bodhisattvas if you want to.

In any case, do not forget the origin of the essence: it comes from the Milky Way, passes into the Sun and finally enters here, in our nature, in our world. Of course, if we think that the Milky Way has Sirius as its central capital, those esotericists who think that we are going to Sirius, are not wrong. It is true: towards Sirius we are going!...

Student: And when did our essences leave the Milky Way?

Samael Aun Weor: Well, that was already, at the dawn of life, right? Let us think that these essences had to first pass through involutionary processes, they descended into the mineral, forming part of many principles, let us say, in the superior worlds. Upon reaching the mineral state, they began as primival essences, they restarted an evolutionary ascent...

Obviously, you have already done the cycle several times; you have passed several times not only through the "mill wheels", but also through each one of the "grinding wheels" of the "mill wheels", several times...

Student: Oh boy we already have “tusks”!...

Samael Aun Weor: That's obvious! Now, naturally, you have to take advantage of this cycle of manifestation to achieve your self-realization, and above all, in moments when we are living the final parts of the collective or worldly Apocalypse.

It would be unfortunate if you, at this time, did not realize yourselves, because you would have to descend into the bowels of the earth and at a very bad time, along with all this world catastrophe. I therefore advise you to become bodhisattvas once and for all.

Student: Could you explain more or less briefly, how the government of this solar system of Ors originated and who governs it?

Samael Aun Weor:

“In the beginning (the archē) was the Logos (the word), and the Logos was with (theos) God, and the Logos was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.”...

Therefore, the universe is governed by the Logos; the Logos is the army of the voice, the great word, the architect demiurge, the archeaus.

Each of the Logoi (already speaking separately, since the Logos is a perfect multiple unit) has its mission, its work, its ministry, in relation to this solar system of ors, and the entire set of Elohim (to speak more clearly, they form the army of the great word, the herupa-khroat), they constitute in themselves the government of our solar system of ors. So that's my answer…

Student:... and Jesus Christ crucified?

Samael Aun Weor: Well, let it be understood that the paschal lamb is the agnus dei, the sacred fire, which is immolated in nature, which underlies in all organic and inorganic matter… this is the sacrifice of the second Logos, of the chrestos. That is why the word "INRI" is on the redeemer's cross, which means: "ignis natura renovatur integra", "fire renews nature incessantly."

It is wonderful to know that the second Logos, the agnus dei or the sacred fire, is really immolated in the depth of all this creation; it is known that it underlies at the bottom, I repeat, of all organic and inorganic matter.

If we strike two stones we will see the spark, the fire, jump. Thus, fire is in everything; the same ice burns (because it is fire in another form). Nature could not exist without fire. The first thing that exists is always fire. The fire becomes air, and that air becomes water, and water becomes earth, it is true, but the fire always remains as the center, as the base. Thus, that is the agnus dei, "the immolated lamb, that erases the sins of the world." because only through fire can we clean every stain, only through fire can we eliminate all our mistakes, incinerate them... It is understood that the fire is completely sexual, you know this...

Student: Master, do the gunas initiate the manifestation of everything created?

Samael Aun Weor: The three gunas are sattva, rajas and tamas, that is, harmony, emotion, and inertia. when they are in perfect equilibrium we have the night of the great pralaya; but when the gunas are disequilibrated, cosmic manifestation comes...

Now, why are the gunas disequilibrated? That is something very important. Why is a mahamanvantara coming? For the karma of the gods, right? This is not an inferior karma? No, that is superior karma that corresponds to the law of katancia, this is obvious...

This is why we (the microcosm), really, should never have pride. If we examine our life, we discover it full of blemishes, errors. If we review our previous lives, they are all full of very serious mistakes.

Reintegration of the Ten Sephiroth

Now, if we consider the divine (our monad) in us, we discover that as workers of the great work, we are in a process of reintegration: what we want is to reintegrate the ten sephiroth of the Kabbalah.

Who does the work of reintegration of the ten sephiroth? Tiphereth, the Son of Man does it! That is why the Son of Man must come into the world, to do his work, he needs to reintegrate the ten sephiroth in us. Once all ten are reintegrated, they constitute in themselves, an atom with ten characteristics, an ineffable atom that has to submerge, naturally, within the bosom of the omnimerciful and eternal common cosmic Father...

Who is the eternal common cosmic Father? It is the unmanifested Absolute, Sat. However, we must not look at the unmanifested Absolute in that cold way as the Asians see it [as shunyata, emptiness]. The Absolute in itself, is the Father of all Fathers; the Absolute is what is, what has always been and what will always be: the omnimerciful, the omnipresent, the infinitude that sustain everything. Within the Absolute we are only, each one of us, a simple atom. The day we manage to integrate, we will be a luminous atom within the sublime bosom of the eternal cosmic Father, but nothing more than that: an atom...

It so happens that when a unity yearns to be something more than a simple atom within the bosom of that which has no name, then, it immediately falls into the world of the 3 laws (ayocosmos), and later in the world of the 6 laws (macrocosmos) , and later in the world of 12 laws (deuterocosmos) and in the world of 24 laws (mesocosmos); then if his pride becomes too great (in the microcosmos governed by 48 laws), that essence will fall into the world of 96 laws (tritocosmos) and will continue to submerge until the second death...

The grave error of those divine atoms, let's call them, Elohim, gods (or whatever you want), is to yearn to be something more than a simple atom within the bosom of that which has no name.

If one were content to be what one is (a simple divine atom within the bosom of the eternal common cosmic Father), one would in fact become a paramarthasatya, plunging deeper and deeper into states within the bosom of the eternal common cosmic Father; then one would enjoy states of infinite, inexhaustible happiness.

But it is the impulse of to be something else is what brings the monads into manifestation; such progressive yearning, in the beginning, originates the protocosmos: then the world of the 3 laws. As the impulse becomes even more progressive (the impulse to stand out, to be someone or something), it comes in a world of 6 laws, and then 12 laws, and then 24 laws, and so on and so forth. Thus, the universe, properly speaking, is the outcome of the karma of the gods, and karma is the outcome of imperfection; and it is because of this imperfection that one wants to be more than one is. Sadly, even if one says that one is more, one is never more than what is; that's the truth.

Therefore, to die within oneself is indispensable. And if we want to one day achieve definitive liberation, if we really want to immerse ourselves within the bosom of the eternal common cosmic Father, then, from now on we must (as microcosmoses) worry about the radical elimination of pride. So, you have to pay close attention to this...

The Three Gunas

Student: we would like, to see if it were possible to explain a little more in depth the subject-matter of the three gunas? You already explained unto us the three gunas on a macrocosmic, universal level, but we would like to know, if those same three gunas are, then, on our (microcosmos) level; and if they are on what does their manifestation consist of?

Samael Aun Weor: Well, it is necessary to clarify more... undoubtedly that the three gunas: sattva, rajas and tamas, I said that during the cosmic night they are in perfect equilibrium; later I also spoke about what we are: I affirmed that each atom of the divine must be submerged within the bosom of the eternal common cosmic Father; when one (as a monad) does not want anymore to be immersed within a pralaya: and want to be more than what one is, and to stand out, to climb to the top of the ladder, to make oneself felt, to be someone or something, in fact, one immediately falls into the world of three laws because a disequilibrium occurs: the disequilibrium of the gunas.

Such disequilibrium becomes collective, when such disequilibrium relates to all the gods, those who organized or who gave rise to this great creation. This disequilibrium of the gunas, in the solar system of Ors (in which we live, move and have our being), was due to the fact that those divine atoms of the Ain, of the unmanifested absolute, wanted to be someone or something; such yearning, then, caused the disequilibrium of the gunas, and as a consequence they fell into the world of manifestation. This is how the universe came into being: a product of karma and error.

We also know that sattva is harmony, that rajas is emotion, and that tamas is inertia.

It is clear that these three gunas exist in prakriti, they are saturating the entire universal principle (what is, has been and will be). These three elements exist in everything: there are in food, there are in atoms, there are in molecules, there are in organisms; these three principles are everywhere...

In order to enjoy the cosmic night, without hindrance of any kind, it is necessary that the three gunas remain in perfect repose. and the three gunas remain in perfect repose, when the ineffable (those particles that form the army of the voice), calmly submerge themselves within the bosom of the eternal common cosmic Father...

The cosmic night lasts until the moment when such divine particles, such atoms, wake up and yearn to be something or someone; then, immediately, they fall into the world of the 3 laws.

This is how the gunas become disequilibrated, and that is why they fall into the world of the 3 laws and then into that of 6 laws, and then into that of 12 laws, and so on and so forth.

The three gunas would not become disequilibrated in themselves, if those atoms did not yearn to be something or someone.

This is why we from the beginning, if we want to achieve the true freedom that is in the eternal common cosmic Father, we must, above all, not to want to be something else, not to want to climb to the top of the ladder, or to make ourselves to feel grandiose...

Student: Master, is the world of the 3 laws that of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit?

Samael Aun Weor: The important thing in life is to always die, die, and die, and die... So that when one day, when the ten sephiroth in each one of us are completely integrated, we will be able to immerse ourselves in the bosom of the eternal common cosmic Father, then, If we truly no longer wish to exist, if all desire for “sensitive” life has ended, then we will enjoy infinite bliss forever...

Student: Venerable master, since our brother xx asks us about the three gunas (which relate to the ignous serpent that is coiled three and a half times in the muladhara chakra), now I want to refer to the half, the vittris or vikritis, that is, is it the root of the cosmos, is it the root of the being? Or is it fire, let's say, that can help us to get back to the primordial?

Samael Aun Weor: Well, the igneous serpent of our magical powers is naturally coiled three and a half times inside the muladhara chakra, on the tailbone. From there she must wake up in order to climb the spine; but it is said to be coiled three and a half times; the half belongs to the vikritis; These vittris (or vikritis) are nothing else but, simply, what we could call the Klipoth of the Hebraic kabbalah. Thus you have to take that into account...

Student: Venerable master, then the vittris or vikritis, are not the Divine Mother?

Samael Aun Weor: No, the Divine Mother, in herself, symbolizes them; She symbolizes the existence of the three gunas and also symbolizes the vittris (or vikritis) that are part of the Klipoth, and of the sentient life, or of the sublunar processes, right?

Student: Master, how symbolism, what primordial part then represents the Divine Mother? Because if sattva is harmony or purity, if an initiate, for example, is in a state of purity, especially in the state of a master? We are always in another state and very rarely are we in a sattvic state, so is there some special particularity in the atoms of the Divine Mother, say, especially in sattva or in the three parts of the three gunas?

Samael Aun Weor: All three parts are necessary: sattva, rajas and tamas, but when they are in perfect equilibrium they are wonderful. sattva is harmony; rajas is the emotion that becomes the pure soul, that type of ineffable vibration, and inertia, because, properly, already viewed from a higher angle, is the deep repose within the bosom of the Absolute.

But in the world of manifestation, inertia is inertia; a stone is inert; the individual who does not work on his or her self is an inert person; that's a fact. The pure emotion of the soul can be transformed into the lower emotions of the physical world. The same harmony from above becomes disharmony from here below. So all these factors have to be taken into account...

Student: In short, the Divine Mother, then would it be a triangle of these three gunas?

Samael Aun Weor: The Divine Mother is above the three gunas. She is what she is, what she has been and what she will always be; She is the wife of Shiva, the wife of the Third Logos. That such qualities exist in the prakriti during manifestation, that is something else, but She is beyond such qualities. She is Brahma deep down...

Student: Venerable master, in fact and by right, through his talk, can it be considered that we do not have the Divine Mother incarnated, but only the qualities of the Divine Mother are in us?

Samael Aun Weor: For they are in all nature, but the Divine Mother is coiled three and a half times in our coccyx, she is the sacred fire deposited in the muladhara...

Now, that word, "incarnate", is a word that we have to know how to measure, little by little.

What is called "incarnate" and what is not called "incarnate"? So that the Divine Mother, then, can express herself through a human, definitely, well, she will have to "swallow" that human, and as long as she does not swallow that human, she will not be able to express herself totally in that human, right?

The serpent has to swallow the initiate; only when the serpent "devours" the initiate, then does the serpent remain manifesting itself without interventions, let us say, of any kind; but the serpent has to swallow the initiate first...

Student: Master, now we understand you well, according to your talk, what is concretely then in our coccygeal center or in the muladhara chakra, in relation to the Divine Mother?

Samael Aun Weor: The Divine Mother is in a potential state, the serpent is coiled, waiting for the moment when she can not only climb the spine, but also swallow the initiate, she awaits...

Student: In potential state... understood master, thank you very much...

Samael Aun Weor: You are welcome!

Student... Regarding the rounds, we wanted you to talk to us a bit; since this is not very clear to our understanding yet, thus, now, we would like you to tell us about the rounds...

Samael Aun Weor: Well, it is clear, that in the beginning any planet has a first round, when it becomes a simple mental form, right? When it's a mental planet. This mental planet arises in a very extraordinary way: the army of the voice, the army of the word, makes the chaotic waters fertile. In the beginning fertilizes by means of certain rites and sacred words, so that life may arise, right?

From an alchemist point of view, it is very interesting to know how life comes into being, right?: there is the need to "separate the waters from the waters", because the basic or spermatic waters, the alkaest of alchemists, is coexistent with Sat, but in those primival, primogenic and chaotic waters, underlie, let us say, also, the Mercury of the secret philosophy, the metallic soul, let us say, of the chaotic waters...

Well, separating such "waters" by means of transmutation (the same thing that one does within the organism), "separating the superior waters from the inferior waters," this is a task that is performed by means of fruitful and creator work of the holy gods.

Thereafter when the superior waters have already been separated from the inferior waters, then, in turn, these superior waters make the inferior waters fertile, this, we might say, makes an even more higher third type of Mercury to appear, whose crystallization comes to be the world of the mind. Then the planet appears in its mental form: First round.

Second round, when that planet becomes astral matter; third when it becomes ethereal matter; fourth when it becomes physical matter; fifth when it becomes ethereal again; sixth when it becomes astral again; seventh when it becomes mental again. Well, here comes the dissolution of such a planet, and the great pralaya.

What we say for a planet applies to a whole system of worlds: To the solar system, and thus we speak of the great days and the great nights of Brahma. There are seven rounds in total.

Maha Kalpa

Thus, we are now in the fourth round; after this (terrestrial) round is over, life will unfold in the ethereal world: round five; then life will be processed in the astral world: sixth round; and then in the mental world: round seven. Then the dissolution of this planet and of all the planets of the solar system, will come; and then the cosmic night will arrive, that is, the mahapralaya, the profound night...

Student: The equilibrium of the three gunas?

Samael Aun Weor: The equilibrium... then the three gunas equilibrate again.

Student: Let's say that there are three rounds more to go before the cosmic night arrives?

Samael Aun Weor: Yes, we are currently in the middle of the great cosmic day. Three more rounds to go so that the night will fall...

Student: So then does a cosmic day have seven rounds?

Samael Aun Weor: The seven rounds is a week of seven days: "the easter holy week." The octave is the glory in the Logos, in the Absolute, to be even more clear... "the holy week"...

Student: Venerable master, I want to refer in relation to the Klipoth. You told us that the vittris are the Klipoth; and that the Klipoth, let's say, represent a gravitational force of weight in the planetary organism and in ourselves, then in relation to this, say, the three qualities, what forces do the Klipoth represent, especially?

Samael Aun Weor: The Klipoth are, let us say, the sephiroth in reverse. the sephiroth in their negative aspect; that's the Klipoth...

Student: Master, if the Klipoth are tenebrous, and are introduced, at the same time, with the three qualities, how to understand this?

Samael Aun Weor: Listen, the Klipoth are not introduced in the three qualities, which are symbolized by the Divine Mother, and she represents them, and this is why it is stated that "she is coiled three and a half times"; so she is coiled three and a half times; that "half" symbolizes the Klipoth...

The Klipoth are called "vittris (or vikritis)" or "vibration", I think very differently. Those "vittris (or vikritis)"..., the vibration is infinite, but when specified in the case of the three and a half times, then here it represents, precisely, the antithesis of the sephiroth, meaning, the sephiroth in reverse, the sephirotic qualities on the negative, the virtues in reverse.

What is a virtue in reverse? Let us have, for example, the quality of Geburah: the rigor, the law in reverse is tyranny, is dictatorship. From what region? we have to see to which region this sephirah belongs to. Obviously Geburah is the sixth of the sephiroth, right? if we count from Malkuth up right? Undoubtedly, in that sixth region we would already find Geburah, then, in a form of rigor taken to the devil, that is, a dictatorship, a terrible, frightening tyranny...

Student: A Hitler?

Samael Aun Weor: A Hitler, a Mussolini... thus, the same happens with charity, which is a patrimony of Chesed, it could become, let us say, complacency with crime. To become complacent with crime is charity taken to the extreme, right? in its negative aspect.

For example, out of charity, we would say: "the drunkard must be given enough tequila, let him continue drinking because that is his vice, so that he keeps drinking"... that is the sephirah of charity in reverse.

Prostitutes, for example, Many times they give themselves up to males, supposedly out of charity, right?; So here is that sephirah in reverse, is it not?

Student: Venerable, excuse me, the sephiroth in reverse, in other words, the Klipoth, are they related to the kundabuffer organ? Since we now understand that the Klipoth are tenebrous.

Samael Aun Weor: Yes, the Klipoth and the kundabuffer organ are all one; in the kundabuffer organ are the Klipoth of the Hebraic kabbalah. The Klipoth are, let us say, the virtues in reverse, turned upside down, that's all. And where is the world of the Klipoth? It is within the interior of Malkuth; and what is Malkuth? Well, the whole planet Earth. Within the "pouch" of this planet, of this "great whale" are the famous Klipoth...

Student: So let's say then that the Divine Mother, is the three qualities?


Samael Aun Weor: Listen, the Divine Mother is beyond the three qualities, she is far beyond all those three qualities, beyond all of that has been, and will be; she is the wife of the third Logos; deep down she is also Brahma, and she is beyond the three qualities of prakriti.

Student: Understood venerable master; thank you so much...

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