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The Major Mysteries: Meetings’ Regulations

Meetings’ Regulations

Meetings must be performed with order and veneration.

Instructors must not be called masters, but “friends.” “But be not ye called master: for one is your master, even Christ” [Matthew 23:8]. The Gnostic movement is impersonal. It is made up of humble laborers. Therefore, let us reject any personalization. Let us not accept imposing individuals. No one is better than anyone else. Among us, we are laborers, bricklayers, mechanics, farmers, writers, physicians, etc.

The idolatry of the golden calf will be demolished in the Aquarian Age; this is why we reject it in the Gnostic movement. A god of fire told us, “In the Aquarian Age, capital will be decapitated.” This great being dwells in the igneous stratum of the Earth.

Likewise, there will be no intellectuals in the new era, because they are dangerous due to their barbarism and perversity. We advise you to avoid interacting with them.

There will be no wealthy or poor people in the new era, but only worthy and decent laborers of the Great Work, that is all.

We do not worship noble titles, nor resounding titles like “doctor, lawyer, guru, master, elder brother, avatar,” etc., because among Gnostics we are all friends, and Aquarius is the house of friends.

Any Gnostic meeting must begin with the study and commentary of any part of this doctrine.

Remember that the only master is Christ (a multiple perfect unity). We humans are more or less imperfect, thus I, the one who writes this book, am not anyone’s master, and I beg people to not follow me. I am an imperfect human just like anyone else, and it is an error to follow someone who is imperfect. Let every one follow their “I Am.”

When a new congregation is formed, information should be given to the directors in command of that Gnostic movement. Thus, this is how you will receive the necessary support; this way you will receive protection. We always assist anyone who asks for help.