The Great Rebellion

Chapter 27. Causes "I's"

The multiple subjective elements which constitute the ego, have causal roots.

The causes-”I”s are linked to the laws of Cause and Effect.

Obviously, a cause without effect cannot exist, nor effect without cause; this is unquestionable, undoubtedly.

Elimination of the diverse inhuman elements which we carry within, would be inconceivable if we did not eliminate the intrinsic causes of our psychological defects.

Obviously, the causes-”I”s are intimately associated to specific karmic debts.

Only most profound repentance and the respective negotiations with the Lords of Karma, can give us the joy of achieving disintegration of all those causal elements, which in one way or another can lead us to definitive elimination of the undesirable elements.

The intrinsic causes of our errors, can certainly be eradicated from ourselves thanks to the Intimate Christ's efficient work.

Obviously, causes-”I”s usually have frighteningly difficult complexities.

Example: An esotericist student could be let down by his instructor and consequently such neophyte would become sceptical.

In this particular case, the cause-”I” which originated such error, could only be disintegrated through supreme intimate regret and with very special esoterical negotiations.

Within ourselves, the Intimate Christ intensively works eliminating by conscious work and voluntary suffering, all those secret causes of our errors.

The lord of perfections must live all the cosmic drama, in our intimate depths.

One is astonished when contemplating in the causal world, all the tortures which the Lord of Perfections endures.

In the causal world, the secret Christ goes through all the unspeakable bitterness of his Way of the Cross.

Undoubtedly, Pilate washes his hands and justifies himself, but he eventually condemns the adorable one to death on a cross.

The ascent to Calvary is extraordinary for the seer-Initiate.

Undoubtedly, the solar consciousness integrated with the Intimate Christ, crucified on the majestic cross of Calvary, utters terrible phrases which are not for human beings to comprehend.

The final sentence (Father, into your hands I commit my spirit), is followed by thunder, lightning and great cataclysms.

Posteriorly, after the unnailing, the Intimate Christ is placed in his Holy Sepulcher.

The Intimate Christ kills death, by means of death.

Much later in time the Intimate Christ must resurrect in ourselves.

Unquestionably, Christic resurrection comes to radically transform us.

Any Resurrected Master has extraordinary powers over fire, air, water and earth.

Undoubtedly, Resurrected Masters acquire immortality, not only psychological but also corporeal.

Jesus, the Great Kabir, is still living with the same physical body which he had in the Holy Land; Count Saint Germain who transmutated lead into gold and made diamonds of best quality, during the 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, etc, is still living.

The enigmatic, powerful Count Cagliostro who astonished Europe so much with his powers during the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, is a Resurrected Master and still has his same physical body.

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