glossary

"Asian theosophy, as well as the various pseudo-esoteric and pseudo-occult schools, speak about "supra-sensible planes.” Unquestionably, the term "planes" certainly seems a bit confusing, suggesting the wrong idea of a surface upon another surface, like a step ladder. Due to that assumption is precisely why in our gnostic nomenclature we have frankly decided not to use that term. We prefer to speak of "regions" or "superior worlds,” located in different dimensions of nature and the cosmos. This way, the knowledge becomes more intelligible, more clear. The three dimensional, Euclidian physical world is not everything, since above and below it there are other regions of the universe. It is unquestionable that above the tridimensional region of Euclid there are superior dimensions. It is undoubtable that below the tridimensional region are natural infradimensions, properly located within the planetary organism we live upon." —Samael Aun Weor

QUOTE OF THE DAY

"The “I” is the origin of the error and of its consequence, which is pain. Thus, as long as the “I” exists, pain and error will continue to exist."