What do the characters in the Pistis Sophia (Gnostic texts) represent?
Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.
Psalm 51 specifies Salome's functions within ourselves, here and now.
Obviously, none of the characters in Pistis Sophia are outside of ourselves.Unquestionably, all the characters in Pistis Sophia are autonomous and self-conscious parts of our own Being.
Samael Aun Weor.
Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".
Each part of our own Being has its sacred ministry, Salome as virtue and virtues, law and laws, knows very well that the stubborn ego boasts and boasts of itself in its evil.
The tongue of the wicked became a sharp razor for evil.
The wicked loves evil for the sake of evil itself.
Lying words and cunning tongue characterize the wicked.
Salomé knows the good from the bad and the bad from the good.
Every part of our own Being has its sacred ministry.
The Wisdom of Being Magazine 88, Chapter: "Martha and Salomé".