What represents the bonfire where the twins died and the river where they were reborn in the Popol Vuh?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

For there to be Resurrection, there needs to have previously been death; without it there is no Resurrection.

How beautiful it is to die from instant to instant...! IT IS ONLY WITH DEATH THAT THE NEW COMES!

We need to die from moment to moment if we truly want to individual ise ourselves. The pluralised “I” excludes all individuality. In no way is it possible to have individuality where multiple entities (I’s) exist which argue amongst themselves and give rise to various psychological commitments within us.

When Set (the ego) dies totally only the Being remains in us; that which gives us authentic individuality.

When Set is disintegrated totally then the Consciousness, the Soul, is freed, awakens completely. Then there is interior illumination.

Samael Aun Weor. Tarot and Kabalah

Answer from the book: Secret teachings of the Popol Vuh

The maximum power that can be used for our Divine Mother to eliminate our defects comes from the work with the water – our creative energy.  If we learn to channel and transmute those energies, we can make significant progress in this work.

Quetzalcoatl created a fire pit and immolated himself to later be transformed into Venus, the Morning Star.  Hercules also created a fire pit on Mount Eta to incinerate himself.

This is all a clear signal on the path we must follow.  For us to achieve the Buddhist Annihilation, we must rely on observation and deep comprehension to enable the fire of our Divine Mother to eliminate the elements that make up our inhumane second nature.

More info: Secret Teachings of the Popol Vuh. Chap. 12 - Death and Resurrections of the Twins