Three sold out books are back in new editions.
Samael Aun Weor was working on this book at the end of his life, and his wife Litelantes saw it to completion. Therefore, it reflects the summation of the knowledge his acquired throughout his life, and provides the essential structure to understanding not only the world's religions and all of his other books, but one's own spiritual experiences. This new edition features a new cover and 78 entirely new Tarot card images from the forthcoming Eternal Tarot Deck by Glorian Publishing [see below].
Samael Aun Weor wrote his autobiography in order to explain many previously unrevealed aspects of the spiritual path, such as the three essential phases of the bodhisattva path: the mountain of initiation, the mountain of resurrection, and the mountain of ascension. He lived it, and was thereby qualified to explain it.
This is a lively and engaging book in a question and answer format in which Samael Aun Weor explains a whole range of paranormal events, such as UFOs, ghosts, unexplained disappearances, and much more. This is a great starter book, appropriate for teens and older.
And now, at long last:
It has been many years in the making, the images have undergone innumerable revisions and updates, but it is happening: our Tarot deck is in production now. We expect to have them in a few weeks.
The Tarot is a useful tool for any spiritual aspirant because it provides a way to get answers about our problems and find insight into difficult situations. However, before now it has been very hard to find a good and accurate Tarot deck. Samael Aun Weor wrote in many books about the Tarot and he clarified and explained many mistakes that were made in previous Tarot decks. In making our deck, we of course used everything that Samael Aun Weor taught about the Tarot. Moreover, this Tarot deck is unique in several ways.
Special thanks go to all the donors who over the years steadily contributed donations to make this Tarot deck a reality.
"The powers of the masters emanate from their purity of life and the merits of their hearts."