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In 1950, the Catholic Church had Samael Aun Weor jailed because of his book The Perfect Matrimony. They accused him of “offending the public and healing the ill.” Although his writings are only recently appearing in English, the book inspired the beginning of the worldwide Gnostic movement, now with millions of students all over the world. 

The Perfect Matrimony is a complete introduction to the profound and beautiful mystical knowledge from which all the world’s great religions have blossomed. This is the source of the secret teachings of Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, Alchemy, Tantra, Kabbalah, and the mysteries of the Mayans, Aztecs, Egyptians, Tibetans, Eleusinians, Essenes, and hundreds more.

Everything that lives was created through sex. Just the same, the soul is created through sex, but not the sex of the common person. To create divinity, one must understand divine sexuality. This knowledge has always been preserved in secret, held safely for those who demonstrated their ability to use it properly. Now, for the first time in history, that knowledge is publicly available in this book.

"Love is the highest religion...” - Samael Aun Weor, The Perfect Matrimony (1950)

With the explanations in this book, you will understand not only many seemingly vague and incomprehensible scriptures, but also how all genuine spiritual practices work. After reading this book, religion and sex make sense.

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The Perfect Matrimony is available worldwide in print and ebook editions.

 

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