What do represent the four owls, the messengers Xibalba?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

My friends, a law exists that it is called Karma; this means in itself "Cause and Effect," "Action and Consequence."
You should understand what it is the Law of Compensation; all that is done is necessary to pay it, because cause without effect doesn't exist neither effect without cause.
We have been given freedom, free will and we can do what we want, but it is clear that we have to respond in the face of God for all our acts.
"Not only Karma pay for the wrong that is made, but for the good that could be made but is not actually done."
When one comes to this world one brings their own destination; some are born in mattress of feathers and others in misfortune.
If in our past existence we killed, they now kill us; if we hurt, they now hurt us; if we stole, they now steal from us, and "with the stick with which we have measured others we are now measured."
However, it is possible modify our own destination, because when "an inferior law is transcended for a superior law, the superior law washes out the inferior law."
"The Lyon of the Law can be defeated with the scale." If we on a plate of the scale put our good works and on the other put the bad deeds, both plates will weigh equal or there will be a lack of balance.
Samael Aun Weor. The Great Rebellion.


The four owls, messengers of Xibalba are the Law of Cause and Effect (Karma) acting against the seeker of wisdom as a consequence of the negative actions taken in this and previous lives, actions for which we must pay, as we all reap what we sow.
The Secret Teachings of the Popol-Vuh, The Virgin Ixquic