Lecture 26 — The End of a Cycle and a New Beginning
The night sky using enhanced photography.
Podcast: 1 Hour, 16 Minutes, MP3 Format, Free Download In this podcast Mr. E. Jim G. Ross gets into the depths of Gnostic Anthropology. If you think this material is "fantastic," then consider this: Take a look at the night sky and ask yourself how "fantastic" is this? According to Samael Aun Weor, the founder of Gnostic Anthropology, what we see in the sky is completely wrong. It takes six minutes for the light from the Sun to reach us. In other words, the Sun has already risen six minutes before we see it in the morning. Nature is showing us a picture that is totally incorrect. The light from far away suns and galaxies is extremely old. Our sky is showing us a picture that happened long before the Earth was even in existence. It's like looking at a "scrap book" of the past. Just like a family "scrap book" shows us glimpses into our past, the sky shows us pieces of ancient history, which are not necessarily connected to each other. Do you think that is "fantastic?" Every planet and sun in the universe has another part that you cannot see. In fact the universe is multiplied seven times. Each object in the sky has an existence in seven other dimensions. And within each
dimension there are seven sub-dimensions. Now the universe is 49 times bigger than you thought. Do you think that is "fantastic?" According to Samael Aun Weor, everything in the universe is alive. So not only is the universe much larger than we think, but there are "life forms" or "beings" living everywhere. When Mr. Ross speaks about "beings" living in the Sun, does this sound "fantastic?" Yes it does. Gnosis is universal "knowing." Samael Aun Weor was given the task of bringing Gnosis to us. But Gnosis always was; and always will be. It is timeless. This very high knowledge helps us to understand the universe in which we live. Our minds need to be fed. If this is too "fantastic" for you, then perhaps you should go and watch a movie or something. Richard Roocroft September 2012 There is an "esoteric-axiom" which says:  "What's above is below, what's outside is within".  This statement could appear as disconnected from reality.  But, through GNOSIS, Gnosticism, we find a tremendous connection between Gnostic-cosmology, Gnostic-anthropology and Gnostic- psychology. Understanding that "cosmology" is the study of the cosmos, the universe.  Anthropology is the study of man, mankind.  Psychology is the study of human behavior. So, while trying to immerse within the universe, through Gnostic-cosmology, we attempt to understand where “life is coming from.”  We disagree with the “theory of the big-bang.”  Because, life can only come from life itself.  Never from a cosmic- explosion, which is a joke. When we try to study Gnostic Anthropology, we discover
that Charles Darwin was incomplete in his theory of evolution.  Louis Pasteur, disagreed with Darwin, accusing him of ignoring “the degenerative process of the species” – while they are aging and until they die.  This is also called the Law of Involution-devolution.  Opposite to the Law of Evolution. Exploring now our psyche, through Gnostic-psychology, we conclude that the universe, the human race and ourselves, are all interrelated.  We all have the potential to "ascend within the universe", into higher degrees of consciousness.  Or we have the possibility to descend, lower than we are – to become even worse than beasts.  Everybody today from different backgrounds enjoy talking about “free-will.”  Which, apparently means, that we can do “anything we want.”  But, we have ignored a more complete approach:  “We can do anything we want, but we have to render account of everything we do.”  So, the Law of Cause and Effect, Law of Karma- Dharma, acquires new dimensions: (1) within the cosmos;  (2) within the study of our human race (anthropology) and (3) within our individual conduct.    Regarding our actual moments on Earth, from every angle, is it actually the end of a cycle?  The beginning of a new one?.  Is it time to “render account” of our actions to the universe, as a planet, as a human race on Earth?  As individuals also?  Let our listeners and our readers come to their own conclusions. Respectfully, E. JIM G. ROSS September 2012