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Gnostic Question of the Week

What does the Pyramid of the Moon represent in the Human Being?

 

Answer from Master Samael Aun Weor.

- Student. Venerable Master, what is the function of a Pyramid?

- Master. The Pyramid IS A WONDERFUL METHOD TO BE, we said, IN PERFECT HARMONY WITH THE INFINITY. Of course, inside the Pyramids, in its Temples, secret Chambers and corridors, the Mysteries were cultivated; the construction was adequate to cultivate the Mysteries. Those Pyramids are great! Even the pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, in Teotihuacán, have their secret Chambers, their corridors, their things that tourists completely ignore.

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And since all the heavenly bodies in space are linked to each other by invisible links, likewise the organs in man are not entirely independent of each other, but are subordinate to each other to some degree.

The heart is a sun, the brain its moon, the spleen its Saturn, the liver its Jupiter, the lungs its mercury and the kidneys its Venus. ("Paramirun" III, 4, Paracelsus)

Samael Aun Weor.

Response given on the magazine The Wisdom of the Being, number 83.

The enigmatic city of Teotihuacán is a magnificent construction that represents the spiritual structure of the human being and indicates, with each of its buildings, the path that leads to final liberation, to the awakening of consciousness, to self-realization. It is oriented towards the cardinal points. The route taught by the sages who inhabited it and that we have already traveled physically, indicates that we must begin in the temple of Quetzalcoatl, with the work of the four elements and fire, with a psychological transformation in which we must become aware of our thoughts, emotions and instincts.

Then the pilgrimage begins, the vertical path along the road of the dead, with its 33 ascents and descents, symbols of the 33 vertebrae of the spinal cord, towards the north through a straight behavior: right thinking, right feeling and right acting , to bring the fire to the crown of the human being, the head, where the pyramid of the Moon is located, which corresponds to illuminate the inner mind awakening the internal faculties that emanate from the pineal and pituitary gland, to subsequently lower that fire at the height of the heart, majestically represented by the pyramid of the Sun.

Excerpt from the ICQ's XXIII International Congress