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What represents the Eagle for the ancient habitants of Teotihuacan?


Answer from Master Samael Aun Weor.

The Aztecs, after much hardship reached the lake of Texcoco, (…), where they found the Bird and the Serpent, the Eagle and the Snake. The Aztecs are the ones who have the high honor of having founded the Great Tenochtitlan based on the Wisdom of the Serpent.

The Feathered Serpent clearly represents the Serpent Bird. The Feathered Serpent was identified with Quetzalcoatl, the Mexican Christ. Quetzalcoatl is always accompanied by the sacred symbols of the Eagle and Serpent. The Feathered Serpent says everything. The Eagle of the Spirit and the Serpent of Fire transform us into Gods.

Samael Aun Weor. The Perfect Matrimony

When the Divine Mother Kundalini (the Serpent) has already been swallowed by the Eagle, which is the Third Logos, it is the “FEATHERED SERPENT” of the Aztecs; then we have the Saint Cristobel: The Man who carries the Christ inside.

Samael Aun Weor. Alchemical foundations of the Great Work.

Response given on the magazine
The Wisdom of the Being, number 83.

Working on the sexual energy we can come into contact with the Holy Spirit, who will communicate us with the son who is the Christ and "no one comes to the Father if it is not for me," said the Christ.
First the work is with the Third Logos, the Eagle, and then to reach the Son and the son communicates to the Father, it is what we have here.

The feet, the footprints mean the path to be traveled, the path in the work of sexuality, is what it comes to mean.

Excerpt from the ICQ's XXIII International Congress and the Magazine 83.