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Aztec Christic Magic: Gnostic Kabbalah and Tarot in the American Mysteries (New)
by Weor, Samael Aun
Publisher: Thelema Press
Book ID: 9781934206270, 193420627X
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A beautiful explanation of the Kabbalistic wisdom hidden in the Aztec Pantheon.
"It is stated that the Toltecs said: Quetzalcoatl, Tula succumbs, Tula is wrecked!
"Yes, it is finished, the lost Eden is finished, the distant Tula turned into ashes, the Garden of Eden and the Garden of Hesperides became cosmic dust. The human being lost his transcendental faculties and converted himself into a beggar, he abandoned ancient wisdom, he degenerated completely; yet now, only the glory of Quetzalcoatl (the Cosmic Christ) in this Universe can radically transform us and convert us into super-humans.
"We are in a terribly Dark Age! We need to regenerate ourselves; we need to study in depth the Quetzalcoatlian mysteries. We need to carry this message of our Lord Quetzalcoatl throughout all of America, so that America can burn with the marvelous blazing glory of Quetzalcoatl."
This book was written by Samael Aun Weor for the most advanced and demanding level of Gnostic practice, therefore this book is one of the most subtle and complex that he wrote. One of the most striking features of this book is the sequence of practical exercises that build from chapter to chapter, resulting in a powerful and direct method to access personal inner experience of the superior planes of existence.
Originally published in Spanish as "Magia Cristica Azteca" (1973). 172 pages.
Topics include: Reflections about Quetzalcoatl; That Which Has Never Been Explained; That Which the Nahuas Taught in Their Secret Temples; The Beheaded One; The Secret Temple of Chapultepec; Chac-Mool in the Aztec and Egyptian Cultures; The Aztec's Luminous Dragon is the Egyptian God Harpocrates; The Sacred Tiger; The Seven Churches of the Revelation of Saint John; Meditation; Huehueteotl; Tepeu K'Ocumatz; Coatlicue; The Work of the Initiate; The Law of Karma; The Pantheon; Xiuhtecuhtli; Chalchiuitlicue; Tlaloc; Ehecatl; The Bat God; Xochipilli; Xochiquetzal; The Secret Teaching of the Nahuas; The World of Netzach; The Sephirah Hod; Liturgy; Mantra; Cihuapipiltin; Tlazolteotl; The Ninth Sphere (Yesod); Previous Cosmic Rounds; Previous Evolutions; Future Rounds; The Kingdom of Malkuth; The Origin of the Human Being; Ants and Bees; Human Races; The Fire and more.
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