Synopsis of the Book
Aztec Christic Magic is a practical course in Gnostic metaphysics in which the student is gradually led, step by step, to the encounter with his or her Being and to Cosmic Initiation.
When this course is completely realized and experienced, the Gnostic student becomes a conscious member of the Higher Humanity, also known as the Conscious Circle of Solar Humanity, thus fulfilling one of the aims of Gnosis, and for this purpose Cosmic Initiation is essential.
Following the Aztec or Nahua esoteric tradition, this course combines theoretical teachings with practical exercises connected with the development of inner faculties, deep inner meditation, astral projection, Jinas science and others, all of that being interwoven with the Three Factors of the Revolution of Consciousness: To Die, to be Born and Sacrifice for Humanity.
This course revolves around the life and teachings of Quetzalcoatl, the Great Instructor of the Nahua peoples, which Samael Aun Weor summs up in a masterly way in the twenty-two chapters of the book; teaching us furthermore that, in his mystical or esoteric aspect Quetzalcoatl is the very Feathered Serpent which has to be raised in our own inner universe, in our occult anatomy, to transform the human being into a perfect, divine creature, into a True Man, the Adam Kadmon of the Kabbalah.
In the final chapters of the book the author makes a detailed study of the lower triangle of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, called the Magic Triangle, made up of the sephiroth Netzach, Hod and Jesod, and he teaches us its relationship with the Transcendental Magic of the ancient Schools of Initiation, laying special emphasis on the centre of gravity of the triangle, namely Jesod and its cubic stone, in which lies the foundation of the inner temple or edifice which has to be built.
Table of Contents
Introduction - A note on this book 1. What Has Never Been Explained Before 2. What the Nahuas Taught in their Secret Temples 3. The Beheaded Man 4. The Secret Temple on the Hill of Chapultepec 5. The Chac-Mool in the Aztec and Egyptian Cultures 6. Quetzalcoatl – The Shining Dragon of the Aztecs 7. The Sacred Tiger 8. The Seven Churches of St John's Revelation 9. Meditation 10. Huehueteotl 11. Tepeu K'ocumatz 12. Coatlicue 13. The Initiate's Work 14. The Law Of Karma 15. The Pantheon 16. The Bat God 17. Xochipilli 18. The Secret Teachings Of The Nahuas 19. Netzach 20. The Sephirah Hod 21. Jesod – The Ninth Sphere 22. Malkuth - Final Note (Examinations)– Glossary – List of Biblical References – A note on pronunciation of mantrams