Runes 03 Rune Gibor.mp3
The Donum-Dei, "the gift of God," is the fire of God, it is the rune Gibor, the Gibur, the "gift-born," the "Gift-burn." The ancient symbol of the cross or x is related to the swastika, chi, the science of breathing, the apostles Peter and Andrew, the Aztec Calendar, and much more.
"It is necessary to receive the Donum-Dei in order to comprehend all the science of the Great Work. The true repentance has its foundation in the sexual mysteries." – Samael Aun Weor, The Gnostic Bible: The Pistis Sophia Unveiled
The electric force is the cross in movement or the swastika. It is the continuous movement, the transcendent electricity which spins around like a vortex. It has served me in order to form the Gnostic Movement. The cross in the profane and the profaners is not a swastika because the movement ends once they conclude their chemical copulation. On the contrary, in the Gnostic cross, the movement does not end because the electricity itself is transmuted continuously. The normal duration of sexual work must be a minimum of one hour. In India, the degree of culture is measured according to the time-span that the chemical copulation is endured. Whosoever endures three hours is respected and is a “lord.” The swastika in movement generates the transcendental sexual electricity. – Samael Aun Weor, The Revolution of the Dialectic
The esoteric name of Kundalini is Sulu-sigi-sig. This is also the name of the central sun. Each one of these letters should be vocalized in the following order. Ssssss Uuuuu Luuuu - Ssssss Iiiiii Gggggg Iiiiii - Ssssss Iiiiii Gggggg. Every letter must be vocalized, prolonging the sound of each letter, just as we have indicated. [...] The vowel “S” is the rune Sig and when we vocalize it, lightning is produced in the internal atmosphere. This lightning has the power to awaken the Kundalini. - Samael Aun Weor, Igneous Rose
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"How foolish we are! We often think that we never do all the foolishness and perversities that we see others do; this is why we arrive at the conclusion that we are magnificent persons. Unfortunately, we do not see the foolishness and wretched things we do."