The Law of Karma


Beyond Good and Evil

If there is a tear that must be wiped away, then the adepts who have reached “mastery” will renounce the ineffable joy of the Absolute that they won; thus, they will return to the Earth to serve, to console, and to help.

Many of them—like the Divine Jesus, the Christ—take the karma of human beings upon their shoulders, and willingly accept martyrdom, or apparently they die in the dungeons of the Inquisition, like the Master Cagliostro.

Justice is beyond good and evil.

When you reach the light, then you will know what love is, and when you know what love is, then you will know how to love, and you will comprehend that conscious love is the Law.

It is not enough to perform good, but to know how to do it.

Karma is the law of compensation, not of vengeance.

There are some who confuse this cosmic law with detriment and even with fatality, believing that everything that happens to the human being in life is inexorably determined beforehand.

It is true that the acts of the human being are determined by inheritance, education, and the environment. It is also true that the human being has free will and can modify their actions, educate their character, establish superior habits, fight against weaknesses, fortify virtues, etc.

The Masters of Karma are conscious Judges that live in the Jinn state.

Whosoever has, before them, funds to pay their debts, pays and does well in their affairs.

We constantly have to perform good deeds in order to have funds to pay our debts from this life and from our previous lives.

All the actions of the human being are controlled by laws. Some laws are superior, others are inferior.

All of the superior laws are summarized in love.

This is why, upon speaking of love, the Master Paul stated:

“Love suffereth long, and is kind; love envieth not, love vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth; beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things.” [1st Corinthians 13:4-7]

-Paraphrase from Ch. 14 of Aztec Christic Magic by Samael Aun Weor


Spiritual Development through the Ages

The chief priest of the priests of the Tribunal of Karma is the great Master Anubis.

Only the terror of love and justice reign in this Tribunal.

In this temple, a book of debits and expenditures exists for each human being, in which is written daily (in detail) good and evil actions.

The good actions are represented by rare coins that the Masters accumulate on behalf of the men and women that perform these good deeds.

Also in this Tribunal, defense lawyers are found. Yet, everything must be paid. Nothing is granted as a gift.

The one who has good deeds pays and does well in their affairs.

The Masters of Karma also grant credit to those who request it. The granted credits are paid with unrewarded good deeds that are inspired by love towards those who suffer.

“That thou mayest love Jehovah thy God, and that thou mayest obey his voice, and that thou mayest cleave unto Him: for He is thy life, and the length of thy days: that thou mayest dwell in the land which Jehovah sware unto thy fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, to give them.” [Deuteronomy 30:20]

Life is a chess game within which each of our actions is a move.

If our moves are good, intelligent, and opportune, then the outcome will be success, health, and longevity.

However, if our moves are impelled by ill will, if they are selfish and inopportune, then the outcome will be failure, sickness, and death.

“Let no one cheat himself. What a human being will sow, will be harvested and his actions will follow him.” [Galatians 6:7]

When the initiates are taken into the secret sanctuary of the double House of Life so that they can weigh their hearts, they (seated on their heels) are placed around the Great Hall of Truth in accordance with their height; and the great priest Anubis and his 42 assistant judges wait for them; all the judges wear a mask in the form of a jackal’s head or a plumed wolf, an emblem of truth.

When they are officiating as judges, the Masters of Karma use a sacred mask, which is in the form of a jackal’s head, or plumed wolf; with this mask, they present themselves to the initiates in the internal worlds.

This is the cruelty of the law of love.

Experience is the unique, worthwhile thing that we acquire throughout our incarnations.

With the death of our personality, our four bodies of sin cease tyrannizing us and humbly submit themselves to the will of our Intimus or universal soul.

The “I” does not evolve; it becomes complicated in every incarnation or return to this valley of tears. Many call this process evolution.

The simple people of thousands of years ago are the complicated and difficult people of this day and age.

Evolution is performed within the Consciousness of the mineral when this one awakens within the plant. The Consciousness of the plant evolves when this one awakens within the animal. And the Consciousness of the animal evolves when this one awakens within the human.

When the “I” dies totally within ourselves, then we are born within the Absolute. Nevertheless, before that, Satan offers us kingdoms and paradises.

Those who yield convert themselves into corpses, into his slaves, and postpone throughout many incarnations their entrance within the ineffable joy of the Absolute.

No one but the Christ incarnated in the human being can forgive sins.

Forgiveness is attained by the sinner only when they acquire consciousness of the committed sin, together with the unbreakable purpose of not sinning again.

This is why Solomon states: “and with all thy getting, get comprehension.”

And the Bible adds: “God does not want to slay the sinner, but to give him life through repentance.”

-Paraphrase from Ch. 14 of Aztec Christic Magic by Samael Aun Weor



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