Gnosis gives these new ideas and indicates the ‘modus operandi’ by which one can be assisted by forces superior to the mind. – Samael Aun Weor

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What is the purpose of life?

Samael Aun Weor was born in Colombia on March 6, 1917. From an early age he became interested in the transcendental aspects of life and began a profound search in the various metaphysical schools existing at that time to find answers to the eternal questions: Who are we? What is the purpose of life? Why do we live? He comes to know the Theosophical Doctrine, the system of Gurdjieff, the Masonic tradition, the Gnostic-Rosicrucian tradition, that of the occultists of that time. He studies Kabbalah and Alchemy in depth. He experiences each theory in himself in order to verify its reality.

Mission for Humanity

So he begins a path towards self-knowledge that leads him to the discovery of the different dimensions of nature and of the great Masters that inhabit them. He enters the initiatic path and, after having overcome the corresponding esoteric trials, discovers that he has a very specific mission to synthasize and unveil the mystical process of Awaken to our Inner God.   It is through the eternal Gnosis, the Gnosis of yesterday and of always, that his message of the Three Factors of the Revolution of Consciousness: Psychological Death, Second Birth through sexual alchemy, and Sacrifice for humanity, reaches us.

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Works & Process

What makes the teachings of Samael Aun Weor so practical is that every one of his works came from person validation. Any esoteric teachings, eastern meditations, or western philosophies were passed through instropection and practice. Therefore we apply the same principals to studying his works. What he synthesized came from personal experience, and what we study must be met with the same philosophy; to to make the work of others our own through personal practice.

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Our curriculum is a weekly course of 33 lessons which spans the course of about a year, serving as a foundation for the further development of the study of esotericism and the science and ethics of meditation in a more in-depth manner.