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What is the importance of the inner Apostle Peter's teachings?

Answer from the V.M. Samael Aun Weor.

In any case, my dear brothers, DOING THE GREAT WORK IS FOR THE ONLY THING THAT IS WORTH LIVING. Peter, the beloved disciple of Our Lord Christ, has as his gospel the Great Arcanum, the Mysteries of Sex. That is why Jesus called him "PETRUS" (STONE): "You are Stone and on that Stone I will build my church."

It is therefore sex, the Basic Stone, the Cubic Stone, the Philosopher's Stone that we must chisel, with a chisel and hammer, to transform it into the perfect Cubic Stone.

Samael Aun Weor. "The Magnus Opus".


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

One of the most named apostles is Peter, everything he did is of great importance because it is related to the intimate, particular Peter and what he can teach us here and now. The Father of all lights, as he is called in esoteric early Christianity, gives you all the wisdom about the transcendent mysteries of energy that brought us to the table of existence.

We can deduce it, by the alchemist symbol of the two keys that open the doors of heaven, one is made of gold and the other is made of silver, as in Mozart's Magic Flute, the main elements are a Gold Flute and Silver Bells. They represent us the masculine magnetic forces and the feminine magnetic forces. By telling us that it is through the mysteries between a man (golden key) and a woman (the silver key) that he can transcend this world and penetrate higher states of consciousness (heaven) ...

… Whoever lives the teachings of the particular, intimate Peter, that is, the one who lives a transcendent sexuality, is the one who builds his house on the Stone, because that is precisely what Peter means. Therefore, the Master Jesus warns us: “Thus, everyone who listens to the words I have just said and puts them into practice can be compared to a sensible man who built his house on rock. The rains fell, the torrents rushed, the winds blew and shook the house; but it did not collapse, because it was built on rock”.

The Wisdom of Being Magazine 88, Chapter: "The Apostle Peter".