Fundamental Notions of Endocrinology & Criminology, a book by Samael Aun Weor

The Tattvas and Hormones

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The ether exists in an igneous state (Tejas). The ether exists in a gaseous fluidic state as the origin of air (Vayu). The ether exists in an aqueous state as the origin of water (Apas). The ether exists in a petreous state as the origin of minerals (Prithvi).

These are the tattvas of the Hindustani. When the tattvas Tejas, Vayu, Apas, and Prithvi materialize or condense, we have then the four physical elements, namely: fire, air, water, and earth.

Our Ethereal Body is formed by the tattvas. The tattvas and the chakras are intimately related. The tattvas enter the chakras and then pass into the interior of the glands of internal secretion. When the tattvas are inside these minute endocrine laboratories (the glands), they intensify the glands’ work by transforming themselves into hormones. Thus, the tattvas enter the organism but do not leave it.

The tattvas also transform themselves into genes and chromosomes that later on transform themselves into spermatozoids.

Everything comes from ether. Everything returns into ether.

The ether is the condensation of a substance called Akasha. This substance, Akasha, is the first radiation of Mulaprakriti, which is its root or insipid and undifferentiated primordial matter. This Mulaprakriti is known among the Alchemists as the Ens Seminis, the entity of semen.

Akasha is therefore the igneous radiation of the primordial matter. Akasha is contained within the semen. The Alchemists state that water (semen) is the habitat of fire (Akasha). Akasha is therefore the Kundalini of the Hindustani.

In the books of genesis (from all religious literature), the primordial matter (Mulaprakriti) is represented by the waters. In the beginning, the protoplasm of any nebula is ethereal.

If we look further, we have to accept that behind each effect there exists a cause. Therefore, the ether itself has to have a cause. We have learned from the yogis of Hindustan that the cause of ether is Akasha. The oriental sages state that Akasha is a sea of fire. This Super-astral Fire is contained within the Ens Seminis (the Mulaprakriti of the sages of India). The seed atoms of any known matter are the Ens Seminis. Akasha is Super-astral Fire. The sounds condense through the mediation of Akasha. The Kundalini serpent is fire and sound. Therefore, no one could incarnate the Word (Christ) without previously raising the sacred serpent, because it is impossible to concrete and materialize the sound without Akasha.

The Pranas Vayus are sounding waves of Akasha. These sounding waves condense themselves in the tattvas of the ether. The tattvas materialize themselves in the four elements of Nature: Fire, Air, Water, and Earth. In conclusion, the chemical-physical world is the outcome of the materialization of sound. The chemical-physical world is condensed sound. We do not accept an anthropomorphic and dogmatic God, but scientifically, we accept sound as a causa causorum of the Universe.

Furthermore, a cause for the precosmic sounds has to exist. The great oriental sages tell us of a Solar Logos. Dr. Krumm-Heller stated that “the Logos sounds.” Indeed, the Logos is the Word.

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without Him was not anything made that was made. In Him was life and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehend it not. - John 1:1-5

The Logos is not an individual. The Logos is an army of ineffable beings.

Fundamental Notions of Endocrinology and CriminologyThis chapter is from Fundamental Notions of Endocrinology and Criminology (1959) 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.

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