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How do we fulfill the covenant acquired in baptism?

Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.

We are going to study the first Dantestic circle of the infernal worlds.

It is indubitable that this first submerged region corresponds to Limbus, the Orcus of the classics mentioned by Virgil, the poet of Mantua.

We have been told with total meridian clarity that said mineral zone is vividly represented by all the CAVERNS OF THE WORLD, which united astrally, happen to complement the first submerged region.

Dante, the old Florentine, says that in said region he found all those “INNOCENTS WHO DIED WITHOUT HAVING RECEIVED THE WATERS OF BAPTISM”. All of this should be understood in a strictly symbolic manner.

If we carefully study the “Ramayana”, the sacred book of the Hindu, we can evince with mystical wonder, the conclusive and definitive fact that the sacrament of Baptism very much preceded the Christian Era.

In the Ramayana we can verify the unusual case of Rama, who was definitely baptized by his Guru.

Unquestionably, in the olden times, no one received the baptismal water without first having been fully instructed in the mysteries of Sex. The sacrament of Baptism is, therefore, a pact of Sexual Magic.

It is extraordinary that the sacrament of Baptism was the first thing that one received upon entering any school of mysteries.

It is indispensable, urgent, to transmute the pure “Waters of Life” into the “Wine of Light of the Alchemist. Only in this manner is it possible to achieve the inner Self- Realization of the Being.

In the “Orcus” of the classics, in the Limbo, we find many learned men who died without having received the “waters of Baptism”.

Sincerely mistaken people full of magnificent ideas, but mistaken, people who thought Liberation possible, without the need for Sexual Magic.

Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt from the book: Yes, there is hell; yes, there is devil; yes, there is karma.

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

Mosaics, looms, ancient stone carvings, temples, mausoleums, in cultures separated in the distance and through the night of centuries, associate the peacock with baptism, with the serpent, with the return of man to Eden lost through the wise use of sexual energy.

She is our divine mother above the source of the waters of life, who devours the tempting serpent, who perches in the middle of the garden of Eden and the tree of life. The mythical bird of ineffable colors, which carries the hero back to his father.

It is imperative that we incarnate in our daily life the mysteries of fire, the mysteries of baptism, with the help of the divine mother.

The peacock is the eternal feminine, perched on the baptismal font, the immaculate divine mother that dwells within each one of us, who assists us in the battle against the undesirable psychological aggregates that constitute our ego, sins, tendencies, passions, selfishness.

The Wisdom of Being Magazine 95, Chapter: "The Peacock."