H. P. Blavatsky stated:

“Karma is the unerring law which adjusts effect to cause, on the physical, mental, and spiritual planes of being. As no cause remains without its due effect from greatest to least, from a cosmic disturbance down to the movement of your hand, and as like produces like, Karma is that unseen and unknown law which adjusts wisely, intelligently, and equitably each effect to its cause, tracing the latter back to its producer. Though itself unknowable, its action is perceivable.” - Key to Theosophy

Karma is paid in this physical world and also in the internal worlds. However, the Karma in this physical world, as grave as it might be, is much sweeter than its Astral equivalent.

Presently, in the “Avitchi” (Hell) of the Black Moon, there exist millions of human beings who are paying terrible Karmas. The mind of the magician becomes horrified when contemplating Lucifer (who is submerged within ardent fire and sulfur).

The mind of the magician becomes terrified when contemplating the famous Inquisitors from the Middle Ages, who are suffering in the fire which they made others once endure, and who are exhaling the same painful woes which they once made others exhale.

The soul of the magician shakes with horror when contemplating the great tyrants of “war” who suffer their terrible Karmas in the Black Moon.

There we see Hitler and Mussolini suffering the martyrdom of the fire which they unleashed over defenseless cities.

There we see Abbadon, the angel of the Abyss, who suffers in the chains and bonds with which he martyrized others.

There we see Mariela, the great female magician, embraced in the fire of her own evilness.

There we see Jahveh and Caiaphas (the supreme priest), both receiving the same torture of the cross on which they condemned the Master (Christ).

There we see the “Imperator,” founder of the A.M.O.R.C. school of California, who is seized by the black magical “cord” or “rope” with which he and his followers bind their naive disciples.

When the Human Soul unites with its Innermost, then it does not have Karma to pay, because when an inferior law is transcended by a superior law, the superior law washes away the inferior law.

The worst genres of sicknesses are those which are engendered by Karma. Variola is the result of hatred, diphtheria is the fruit of fornication from past lives. Cancer is also the result of fornication.

Tuberculosis or white pestilence is the result of atheism and materialism from past lives. Cruelty engenders blindness at birth. Rachitis is the child of materialism. Malaria comes from egotism, etc. Hundreds of other sicknesses have their origin in the evil actions from our past lives.

Within each human being lives a law and this law is the Glorian, the source from where the Innermost emanated. The soul is nothing but the shadow of our real Being, the Glorian.

The Glorian is a breath from the Absolute, which is profoundly unknowable to itself. The Glorian is neither spirit nor matter. It is not good, nor evil. It is not light, nor darkness. It is not coldness, nor fire. The Glorian is the law within ourselves. It is the real and true “Being.”

When the Innermost and the Soul obey the Law, which is their own Law, then the result is joy, happiness and perfect health.

The day will arrive in which we will liberate ourselves from the universes and from the Gods. This will occur when we are fused with our Glorian, which is the Law within ourselves.

It is the quest of the soul to laboriously climb the septenary ladder of light in order to pass beyond light and darkness. The soul has to pass fifty doors in order to unite herself with the Glorian. The following is copied from a Gnostic Ritual:

Up above, in the unknown heights, there is a palace. The floor of that palace is of gold, lapis lazuli and jasper. Yet, in the middle of everything blows a breath of death. Woe to thee, oh warrior, oh fighter, if your servant succumbs, yet there are remedies and remedies.

I know of those remedies, because of the yellow and the blue which surrounds thee is seen by me.

To love thee is best, it is the most sublime and delectable nectar.

This fragment from a Gnostic Ritual of Huiracocha (which was profaned by Israel Rojas R.) conceals great esoteric truths.

That magnificent palace of fifty doors has beautiful and sweet gardens, within which a breath of death blows. In its rooms we will be loved by our most beloved disciples, yet we also will be sold and betrayed by those same disciples. Those who applauded and admired us will abandon us. Thus, we will be alone in the end. Nevertheless, in essence, we will never truly be “alone,” nor “accompanied,” but in perfect plenitude.

The human being will convert himself into one law when he is united with the Law.

Esoteric Medicine and Practical MagicThis chapter is from Esoteric Medicine and Practical Magic (1978) by Samael Aun Weor. The print and ebook editions by Glorian Publishing (a non-profit organization) are illustrated to aid your understanding, and include features like a glossary and index. Buy the book, and you benefit yourself and others.