Revolution of Beelzebub: Gnosis, Anthropogenesis, and the War in Heaven

Revolution of Beelzebub: Gnosis, Anthropogenesis, and the War in Heaven

by Samael Aun Weor


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'My intentions were in the long run to perform the greatest task in the cosmos, which was to take Beelzebub out of the Black Lodge and transform him into a disciple of the White Lodge.' - Samael Aun Weor

The Revolution of Beelzebub tells the incredible story of Samael Aun Weor and his efforts to convert the demon Beelzebub. Beginning in the ancient past, this incredible journey takes us from the cradle of humanity, Arcadia, the ancient golden age, through the rise and fall of races and civilizations. We learn how the ancient prince Beelzebub was tempted into the path of pleasures and vices, and how he gradually degenerated to eventually become a terrible demon with millions of disciples. Along the way, we see the differences between the white and black paths: their ethics, rituals, magic, initiations, powers, and results, all of which were first revealed to the public in this book.

Then, during World War Two, a time when demonic forces were threatening to overrun the world, one man disrupted their plans by helping one of their greatest leaders to defect: Beelzebub. It was an unprecedented act of love, and an inspiration, for if even a demon from the depths of hell can be saved, there is hope for the rest of us, provided we are willing to do our part.

Our hope for liberation comes in the form of practical steps, the same steps taken by Beelzebub when he left the Black Lodge, which are explained in detail in this book. Through radical internal change, a psychological and spiritual revolution, even a demon can be converted into an angel.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781934206188
Publisher: Glorian Publishing
Publication date: 07/15/2014
Pages: 200
Sales rank: 813,807
Product dimensions: 5.80(w) x 8.70(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

The name Samael Aun Weor is Hebrew and is pronounced sam-ayel on vay-ohr. Samael Aun Weor wrote over sixty books, gave thousands of lectures, and formed the worldwide Gnostic Movement, whose members number in the millions. And yet, in spite of his wisdom and generosity towards mankind, he said: "Do not follow me. I am just a signpost. Reach your own Self-realization." His lifelong mission was to deliver to humanity the total and exact science to develop the complete human being, that mysterious and ancient wisdom long hidden in the bosom of every great religion.

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The bewitching flower of crime grows in the shadow of liquor and the orgy.

The wild vermin and the writhing reptile make their nest by the shadow of the nubile foliage of passion.

In the middle of all the revelry and the bacchanalia, Beelze- bub learned to gamble with a great amount of money. In reality, money and the original sin are coexistent: both are the tragedy of the human.

Gambling has driven the elegant lady and the cunning gen- tleman, as well as the working man and the bohemian gambler, to ruin and suicide.

Beelzebub learned the vice of gambling, and he laughed hap- pily while in the bacchanalia amidst the bare sound of the dice and the happy and triumphant pop of another bottle.

Yet, lo and behold, a mysterious personage was never absent within the orgy. This ominous personage with a sinister face wore a black tunic of Arcadian style and great rings of gold were always shining in his ears.

What mystery was surrounding this sinister personage? Was he perhaps a genie of the light who came from remote spheres? Was he perhaps some luminous lord of the flame or some an- cient inhabitant from some historical epoch already ended? No, nothing of the sort. This man was only a horrible and mon- strous transgressor of the law, a black magician.

Beelzebub learned certain clues from this black magician in order to win in the vice of gambling. Their friendship was min- gled with thankfulness and orgies. Thus, this sinister personage was leading his victim along the black path...

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