What do represent Hunahpu and Ixbalanque from the Popol Vuh?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

Accordingly as all these abominations are being reduced to cosmic dust, the Essence, besides becoming emancipated will harmoniously grow and develop unquestionably the Essence shines within ourselves when our psychological “I” has died.

The liberated Essence confers upon us inner beauty perfect happiness and true love emanate from such a beauty.

The Essence possesses multiple senses of perfection and extraordinary natural powers.

When we die within ourselves, when we dissolve the Psychological “I,” we can then enjoy the precious senses and powers of the Essence.

Samael Aun Weor. Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology

Answer from the Secret Teaching of the Popol Vuh.

Master-Magi (Hunahpu) and Little-Solar-Priest (Ixbalanque), are a symbol of the development of the principles of the psyche, which is the spiritual level the practitioner reaches as they become ready to face their own inhumane nature.

At the beginning of the work, the birth of the Twins represents a small percentage of free consciousness, which is not trapped within the ego itself.  Based on the studies of Gnosis, we learn we typically have approximately 3% of free consciousness.

As we perform the internal work and start becoming liberated from our psychological chains, the Twins come to represent the completely liberated soul and ultimately, the incarnated Intimate Christ.  This is why their names speak to the capacity to reach a transformation, of veneration and of wisdom.

More information: the Secret Teaching of the Popol Vuh. Chapter 5, The Birth of the Twins