Gnostic Question of the Week
Why does the wolf represent the Law of Karma?
Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.
The Masters of Karma are Judges of Conscience who live in a state of Jinas. We have to do good works constantly in order to have the where withal to pay our debts of this life and of past lives. All the actions of man are ruled by laws; some superior, others inferior. In love is epitomized all of the superior laws. An act of love annuls past acts inspired by inferior laws.
For this reason, speaking of love the Master Paul said: “Love is patient, love is kind. Love is not envious, works not evil, knows not pride; is not rude, neither selfish; is slow to anger, imagines no mischief, rejoices not in injustice, but delights in justice. Love defends all, love believes all, love hopes all, love bears all”.
When they officiate as judges, the Masters of Karma use the sacred mask in the form of the head of a jackal or a feathered wolf; and with it they appear to the Initiates in the internal worlds. That is the cruelty of the law of love.
To negotiate with the Lords of the Law is possible by means of meditation: pray, meditate and concentrate in Anubis, the most exalted Regent of the good law.
For the unworthy, all the doors are closed except one; that of repentance. Ask and you shall receive, knock and it will be opened to you.
Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt from the book: Tarot and Kabbalah.
Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".
Anubis: Egyptian God is the great hierarch of the Law of Karma and executes it together with his 42 judges, when he officiates, he wears his jackal or feathered wolf mask as an emblem of truth and that nothing escapes this divine law.
Everything that happens in the universe is coordinated and subdued by her. For this reason, the wolf is also a symbol of the law of Karma, because just as a wolf does not escape its prey, there is nothing that escapes the law.
The Wisdom of Being Magazine 94, Chapter: "The Wolf."