The Elimination of Satan's TailbySamael Aun WeorMeditation and Liberation from SufferingThe beginning of suffering is symbolized in the Bible by the story of Adam and Eve, who represent all the men and women of ancient times, and who lived in “Eden,” a Hebrew word that literally means “bliss, ecstasy.”Tempted by the “serpent,” they ate the forbidden fruit of the Tree of Knowledge, and were cast out of Eden. The serpent was also cursed and fell into disgrace, thus forming the “tail of Satan,” a symbol of degeneration, and the opposite of that famous healing serpent of Moses, also called “kundalini.” Since that time, humanity has been suffering in the wilderness, longing to find a way back to the happiness we once knew… more
Podcast: 1 Hour, 6 Minutes, MP3 Format, Free DownloadWhen Robert brought Monica to the hotel, they were delighted to see each other after being apart for so many years. In the morning Monica was not beside him in the bed. She was gone. None of the hotel workers remembered seeing Monica or anyone else with him when he checked into the hotel the night before. Where had Monica gone? Robert did some investigative work and discovered that his old friend Monica had lived there years ago, but she was dead. Tears rolled down his cheek as he read her name on the tombstone. Robert had been sleeping with a ghost.In this podcast Mr. E. Jim G. Ross and Richard Roocroft talk about ghosts and other unusual subjects. According to Samael Aun Weor, the founder of Gnostic Anthropology, ghosts are a crystallization of our own personality vehicle. The personality “body” takes many years to dissolve after our physical body dies. This energy vortex can condense into a real entity that we can see with our own eyes. Every ghost behaves just like the person did when he or she was alive.
Some of the other topics discussed in this podcast are:•Black magic,•White magic,•Hypnosis,•Zombies,•Voodoo,•The purpose of life,•Radionics, or distant healing,•The subconscious and the unconscious mind,•Reverse speech analysis, or “talking egos,”•The dangers of Rebirthing,•Suicide,•The mystery of the cross, and•Walter Russell's mission.When you look into the mirror you see your face. But what if we could give you a mirror that showed you, “the real you?” What would you see? The answer to this question is something that is the most scary thing you will ever see – your ego. There is a way to see this monster within. Are you brave enough?Richard RoocroftJuly 2011