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What does represent the Jaguar-Warrior?

Answers from Master Samael Aun Weor.

"Ocelotl-Tonatiu, sun of tigers, one of the 20 founders of Tenochtitlán, was the head of the tigers mystic warriors and priests of the order of the knights of this name, whose followers went through terrible tests before learning to manipulate the imagination and the will to the extent that they could become tigers"

Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt from the lecture: The Secret of Quetzalcoatl.


Answers from the book "The Wisdom of Quetzalcóatl"

On the other side, we find an impressive jaguar warrior, located at the ends of the entrance to the temple, as indicated by the two columns of the temple of Solomon and of all the temple of the upper worlds. This one is on a serpent with jaguar skin, symbol of the dominated sexual instinct, like the mythologist of the mythology to which Hercules removed from hell and later it served him as a guide. It is very interesting that the eagle warrior stands on a feathered serpent (the morning star) and, on the other hand, that the jaguar warrior is on a jaguar serpent, since the "dog god or jaguar" (Xolotl), the twin brother of Quetzalcoatl, he is represented as a dog or jaguar (the evening star). But that's not all, the "esoteric disguise" (nahual) of "black smoking mirror" (Tezcatlipoca) is, precisely, a jaguar, so we have here, again, the symbol of creation, the "Feathered Serpent" (Quetzalcoatl) ) representing the sacred fire and the snake-jaguar, related to "smoking black mirror" (Tezcatlipoca) the water ... In his arms he grabs a bundle of spears that are magnetic electric power. Now, if we learn to direct it, we could, as in Richard Wagner's Parsifal, kill Klingsor, the black magician, representing our defects. From the bundle of spears emanate 8 drops of water, indicating, according to the science of numbers, the patience that should be cultivated in this inner work, because things do not happen overnight, you have to be very consistent and tenacity.

To learn more, read the chapter 9 of the book "The Wisdom of Quetzalcóatl"