What do the two columns of the temple of the Pyramid of the Lord of the Dawn represent, how should they be constructed?
Answers from Master Samael Aun Weor.
"Thus, both man and woman are the two columns of the temple. These columns should not be too far apart nor too close together, there should be a space so that the light can pass between them."
Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt from the lecture: Love.
Answers from the book "The Wisdom of Quetzalcóatl"
In the upper part we can find fragments of what were two gigantic feathered serpents, placed in what was the entrance, in the unusual position of standing, with the idea that the spirit can devour the human being to become one with him. They are two great serpents forming the two columns of the temple of Salomón: Jakin and Boaz, the two pillars of the divine justice and the two foundations in which a home must be maintained. They represent severity and sweetness, wisdom and love, man and woman. Indicating the deep understanding that must exist in the home, in marriage, because in them is the inner path.
To learn more, read the chapter 9 of the book "The Wisdom of Quetzalcóatl"