Geburah, Buddhi, has exclusively been considered Martian. This is a mistake, because in the world of the Spiritual Soul, who is feminine, we find the lion of the law that is solar. Thus, we find the severity of the law in Geburah, but as well we find the nobleness of the lion. Therefore, the buddhic, intuitional world is completely solar.
The masters of karma are judges of Consciousness. Justice is beyond good and evil. When you reach the light you will know what love is, and when you know what love is, you will know how to love, and will comprehend that conscious love is the law. Thus, to perform a good deed is not what counts, but to know how to perform it.
The chief of the archons of the law is the Master Anubis, who exercises the law with his forty-two judges. When they officiate, they utilize a sacred mask with the form of the head of a jackal, or feathered wolf, which is an emblem of truth.
Justice is the supreme mercy and the supreme mercilessness of the law.
Within the tribunal of karma, whosoever has capital in order to pay, comes off well in their negotiations. We must constantly perform good deeds in order for us to have capital for the payment of our debts of this life and past lives.
To evade justice is impossible because the police of karma are within us, this is the Kaom. Wherever love is lacking, the Kaom, the police, the accuser, appears, who conducts us before the tribunal of the law.
To cancel karma is possible with good deeds. This is how we combat the lion of the law. When an inferior law is transcended by a superior law, then the superior law washes away the inferior law. Karma is not a mechanical law, it can be forgiven. Perform good deeds in order to cancel your debts.
Each one of us has a book where our faults are registered on the day and hour that they are committed.
Karma is forgiven within us when we become totally inoffensive, when we are not capable of performing evil against anyone.
Karma is a medicine that is granted unto us. Buddha said there are three eternal things in life:
1. The Law
This chapter is from Tarot and Kabbalah (1978, posth.) by Samael Aun Weor.
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