What do we need to do great works like a Moses?
Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.
No one can arrive at “Real Illumination” nor exercise the absolute Priesthood of the Conscious Willpower, if he has not first died radically in himself here and now.
Many people write us frequently complaining of not possessing illumination, asking for powers, demanding clues that shall convert them into Magicians, etc.; but they never become interested in observing and knowing themselves, or in disintegrating those psychic aggregates, those “I’s” within which the willpower, the Essence, is absorbed.
Persons like that are obviously condemned to failure. They are people who covet the faculties of the Saints but who have in no way decided to die in themselves.
The elimination of errors is something magical, marvelous by itself, which implies rigorous psychological self- observation.
Samael Aun Weor. Book: Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology
Answer from the Magazine "The Wisdom of the Being".
Jehovah commands Moses to "lift up your rod and stretch out your arm over the sea and divide it, and the children of Israel enter through the middle of the sea, dry." Moses summoned a strong east wind that divided the waters all night, allowing the flight of the people of Israel, and once they were safe, Jehovah ordered the waters to return to their level, drowning the Egyptians who were pursuing them. This is how they were punished for pride and cruelty on the people of Israel.
Many of us would like to develop the formidable powers of Moses, such as invoking or disappearing the 10 plagues of Egypt. This is possible when we work to free our will, to get it free from all the subjective elements that we carry within us.
Each psychological defect, each one of the red demons of Set contains an amount or percentage of our will, but once released it has the potential to carry out.
The Wisdom of Being Magazine 92, Chapter: "Moses and the Egytians."