glossary

Also Heracles or Hercules (Greek Ἡρακλῆς) from Hera, “protectress,” (that has an intimate etymological relation with Eros - Love - the Son of the Divine Mother Aphrodite), related to heros “hero,” originally “defender, protector.” And kleos “glory or aura.” Therefore Herakles means “the aura or glory of Hera” or the “aura or glory of Eros.” The Greek symbol of the Christ.

“Heracles (the Cosmic Christ), the son of Jupiter (IO Peter) and Alcmene, performed the Twelve Labors.” - Samael Aun Weor, Tarot and Kabbalah

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