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What does the spear of Longinus and the legends of knights symbolize?

Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.

Ineffable moments of PLEROMA are those in which PARSIFAL miraculously heals the wound of AMPHORTAS by applying on his side the same blessed spear which wounded him before.

This spear is a formidable symbol, it is one hundred per cent phallic, it is sexual in its integral form.

AMFORTAS fell because of SEX, he dreadfully suffered with the pain of remorse, but, thanks to the Sexual Mysteries, he totally regenerated and healed himself.

The GREAT KABIR Jesus said: if any man will come after me, let him deny himself: and take up his cross, and follow me. (Matthew 16: 24)

The Knights of the HOLY GRAIL did deny themselves, they dissolved the PLURALIZED ‘I’ by incinerating the satanic seeds, by bathing themselves within the waters of LETHE and EUNOE.

The Knights of the HOLY GRAIL worked in the Flaming Forge of Vulcan, they never ignored that the Cross is the result of the insertion of the VERTICAL BEAM inside the FORMAL CTEIS.

The KNIGHTS OF THE HOLY GRAIL have sacrificed themselves for the sake of humanity, they have worked with infinite love in the GREAT WORK OF THE FATHER.

Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt of the book: Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology.

Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".

Due to their shape, the bishops represent a spear, this in turn, due to its phallic shape, symbolizes the masculine sexual electric power; Let us remember the spear that the Roman centurion Longinos stuck into the side of the already crucified body of the master Jesus and at the moment of wounding him, made the redeemer's blood and water jump out, splashing the half-blind eyes of that soldier, immediately healing his sight, which favored the conversion of Longinus to Christianity.

The blade of the spear has a double edge so it has a double character, it can hurt or it can heal. In the Middle Ages, in Europe, the spear had already been replaced by the lance in knightly tournaments. Within the myth of the Grail, the Celtic spear incapacitates the person it injures, leaving it in a strange way, it neither heals nor can it die, only a hero with exceptional powers will be able to heal the victim; by using the same spear that wounded him.

The Wisdom of Being Magazine 97, Chapter: "The Bishop."