Even though this stone is a little destroyed, it represents the serpent.
We know well that in the East the serpent is called Kundalini. What does Kundalini mean? What does that word signify? The Kundalini is the sacred fire of the Holy Spirit. The Kundalini is the igneous serpent of our magical powers.
The Kundalini is the very powerful fire that is enclosed within the chakra Muladhara. The chakra Muladhara is the church of Ephesus, which is cited in the Apocalypse of Saint John.
There is a canal, called Sushumna in the East, along the spinal medulla; the Kundalini ascends through it awakening all of our occult powers.
The word Kundalini is derived from kunda, which reminds us of the Kundabuffer organ, and lini, which is an Atlantean word that means "to cease." Thus, Kundalini means "cessation of the Kundabuffer organ."
Normally, the serpent is found enclosed in the church of Ephesus (chakra Muladhara). When it ascends through the medullar canal, it converts us into angels. Yet, if it descends due to fornication (spilling of the ens seminis), it converts us into demons.
When the cup of Hermes is spilled, then we commit the crime of the Nicolaitans. The Kundabuffer is the sexual energy projected towards the atomic infernos, and which enslaves us to the abyss.
The Kundalini is coiled three and a half times, and when it awakens, it hisses like the serpents.
The Mayan culture is serpentine, and speaks to us of the power of the serpent. Only serpentine civilizations are true cultures, true civilizations.
With tears in my eyes, it tears my heart to have to reveal things that should not be revealed, because it is like casting pearls before swine. However, poor suffering humanity needs them, and though it is distressing, I must reveal something about the flying serpent.
In the Popol Vuh of the Mayans, the bird and the serpent feature as sexual creators of the universe. Tepeu and Gucumatz sent a sparrow hawk to the immense ocean of great life to bring the serpent, whose marvelous blood they kneaded into yellow and white maize. The Popol Vuh states that with this dough of white and yellow maize mixed with the blood of the serpent, the God Tzacol formed the flesh of people.
The Bird represents the universal Spirit of life. The serpent represents the sexual fire of the Third Logos. The blood of the serpent represents the waters of Genesis, the great universal sperm, the ens seminis or Christonic semen, in whose waters is the germ of all life. These waters are the blood of the Earth, according to the Mayan philosophers.
The goddess Coatlicue is the mother of life and death (the ens seminis).
Indeed, the sexual fire of the Third Logos makes the waters of life fertile in order for the universe to emerge.
In the Mayan theogony, two gods intervened in creation: one who gives life and form to man, and the other who gives him consciousness. The Third Logos makes the waters of life fertile, and when they have been fertilized, the Second Logos intervenes, infusing consciousness into every organism.
The ineffable gods are the vehicles of action for all the Logoic forces. The sparrow hawk H'ch'uuy, the macaw Mo, the kestrel X'Cen Cen Bac, the tapir, Tzimink, Aax and the serpent Can are the basic components of the Mayan geogenetic myths.
These symbols are used exoterically and esoterically. In the exoteric or public field, they symbolize tribal facts, historical incidents, etc. In the esoteric or secret aspect, this matter is highly scientific, profoundly philosophical, sublimely artistic, and tremendously religious.
Amongst the Mayans, the terrestrial paradise is Tamoanchan, the sacred place of the serpent bird. Tamoanchans are in fact the initiates of the serpent. The myth of the Tamoanchans is the myth of the serpent bird. The Tamoanchans are descended from the Toltecs, Olmecs, and Mayans.
The feathered serpent clearly represents the serpent bird. The feathered serpent was identified with Quetzalcoatl, the Mexican Christ. Quetzalcoatl is always accompanied by the sacred symbols the eagle and serpent. The feathered serpent discloses everything. The eagle of the Spirit and the serpent of fire transform us into gods.
The quetzal of the Mayans is the feathered serpent, the serpent bird.
The igneous serpent resides enclosed within a membranous pocket situated in the chakra Muladhara, which is located about the same distance as the width of two fingers underneath the anus and two fingers underneath the genitals. When the solar and lunar atoms make contact in the Triveni, then the Kundalini—the igneous serpent of our magical powers—awakens, and victoriously ascends through the medullar canal toward the chalice (the brain), awakening all of the dormant centers of the human being.
This chapter is from Kabbalah of the Mayan Mysteries (1977) by Samael Aun Weor. This book has not yet been published; help us publish it: make a donation.