The great Buddha, Jesus of Nazareth, returned to his own land in order to accomplish the greatest mission of all time. Nevertheless, it is very true that, “A prophet is not without honor, save in his own country, and in his own house” [Matthew 13:57].

Even the natural birth of Jesus hides a moral and very painful tragedy: the “Sepher Toldos Jeshu” states that a virgin named Mariam, betrothed to a young man of the name of Iohanan, was ravaged by another man named Ben Panther [Pandira] or Joseph Panther. Her betrothed Iohanan, learning of her misfortune, forgave her and left for Babylon. This is how the body of the child named Jesus or Joshua was born [“La Science des Esprits” Mackenzie’s “Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia.”]

So, the painful tragedy of Jesus starts from the beginning: his own physical conception. The angels who assisted his natural conception suffered terribly. “For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him” [2 Corinthians 5:21].

Jesus upraised himself from the darkness to the light. He passed through all human sufferings, and therefore he is the only one who can redeem us from all human pains.

The people of Israel were chosen in order to surround the master and thus to redeem the world. Now we comprehend why so many prophets and so many saints where born amongst the people of Israel. The glory of Solomon, son of David the King of Zion, shone resplendently on the unconquered walls of Zion. This is why the face of Jehovah resplendently shone upon the unconquered walls of Jerusalem. Likewise, Isaiah, Samuel, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and many other prophets shone filled with light on the streets of Jerusalem. These were the prophets chosen to accompany the Lord.

Regrettably, at the supreme hour of the final test, their Sanhedrin liberated Barrabas (Javhe) and sent their Christ, their promised Messiah to be crucified. Thus, when their people had to choose between Christ and Javhe, they crucified the Christ and adored Javhe, who is the chief of the black lodge. Javhe is a fallen angel, the genie of evil. Javhe is a terribly perverse demon.

This is how the people of the prophets of Judah crucified their promised Messiah, Christ; this is how their people, the nation of Israel, failed. This is how the people that had been chosen by the prophets of Judah in order to spread the Christic wisdom upon the entire face of the earth chose the abyss. Now, that nation follows Javhe and totally failed its prophets, because that nation betrayed its master and crucified him. If the Lord had not been crucified, the destiny of the Western world would have been another. We would now have sublime enlightened rabbis everywhere, preaching Christic esotericism.

The union of Christic esotericism, secret Jewish Kabbalah, and holy Alchemy would have completely illuminated and transformed the entire world. Yes, the mysteries of Levi would have shone with the light of Christ. Gnosis (Da’ath) would have magnificently shone everywhere. Then, the world would not have fallen into the dead Christianity of Roman Catholicism. Then, we would have been saved from the horrible darkness of the Dark Age (Kali Yuga). Regrettably, the people chosen by the prophets of Judah failed, and the entire humanity sank into the abyss.

“And, behold, the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom; and the earth did quake” [Matthew 27:51]. Then the Ark of the Covenant became visible for all, as the only hope of salvation. This Ark represents the sexual organs, within which is the Great Arcanum, Sexual Magic, the supreme key of redemption.

The Major Mysteries by Samael Aun Weor

This chapter is from The Major Mysteries (1956) by Samael Aun Weor.

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