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Gnosis ICQ in: Spanish | Francais:

What is the similarity between the Goddesses of ancient cultures?

Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.

We have a MINERVA, not only there, in the Macrocosm, but a part of our Being, which has wisdom, which can perform extraordinary operations within us... Our Mother-Being...

Our Being has many autonomous, self-conscious, independent parts.

Samael Aun Weor. "The Mystery of the Integration of the Being"


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

The Goddess Minerva is the Goddess of Wisdom, Goddess of the Arts, and Goddess of War. There is no difference between Minerva, Maria, Maya, Diana, Insoberta, or Isis, the mother goddess of the Egyptian Mysteries, since they all represent the power and majesty of the Eternal Feminine. Therefore, in those moments of celebration or sadness, we can always invoke our Divine Mother; Let's relax the physical body and the mind and once this is achieved, let's make the following invocation:

Oh Isis! Mother of the Cosmos, root of Love, trunk, bud, leaf, flower and seed of all that exists; we conjure Thee, naturalizing force. We call upon the Queen of Space and of the Night, and kissing her loving eyes, drinking the dew from her lips, breathing the sweet aroma of her body, we exclaim: Oh Thou, Nut! Eternal Seity of heaven, who art the primordial Soul, who art what was and what shall be, whose veil no mortal has lifted, when Thou art beneath the irradiating stars of the nocturnal and profound sky of the desert, with purity of heart and in the flame of the serpent, we call upon Thee!

The Wisdom of Being Magazine 88, Chapter: "The Goddess Minerva".