The Path of Peter, the Path of John and the Bridge of Judas
“Help to spread the light on Judas, the man of Kariot, so that man can make the bridge with which to pass from the path of Peter to the path of John, and there surrender to the kiss of the Sacred Princess Sac-Nicte”.
The anonymous person who is the reason for the writing of the book The Flight of the Feathered Serpent, and who could indeed be the Judas himself, has said in that book many interesting things pertaining to spirituality and spiritual development. In this post I would like to bring to attention something that is an important part of that book, because in it he speaks of how the path of the person who took a wider spiritual route has its limit and, unless there is a bridge that connects it to the more narrow route that lead to the soul of things, one will not be able to cross that gap, or will fall off the cliff and suffer.
The first part of that path he calls the path of Peter, and the second part the path of John. Peter and John were two apostles with particular roles, from the Cosmic Drama that unfolded around the life of Christ.
The excerpts that will follow are from the second part of the above-mentioned book, but I would highly recommend anyone interested to read the whole book, or at least the second part of it, as that would give a wider context.
When in the book he says the Princess Sac-Nicte, he refers to something transcendental and divine. The man of the Maya lineage are those men and women who chose to live centered in their divine essence, and not in the clay. The most sacred of the Mayab is the divine goal at the heart of the spiritual unfoldment.
Here is the first excerpt:
“I am a man born from the clay of other lands, but in my veins runs the burning blood of the Maya lineage. It burns in my whole being, and that ardour prompted me to ask for the kiss of Princess Sac-Nicte, and the heat of her kiss was an I.
“Because I was also called by the voice of the inner destiny towards the mystery that the Mayab hides; but I had to lose myself, first, in a desert plagued by doubts and fed by fear. And my heart urged me to remain impassive in all that desert and told me that only in this way, in the midst of that solitude, and with hunger, could I eat the bread of the Great Hidden Lord and which the Sacred Princess Sac-Nicte gives with her kiss to him who does not hesitate to pluck out his eyes in order to see, and to destroy his ears in order to hear.
“Until then I had walked the first path, the path of the lukewarm, which sometimes reveals, but almost always hides the truth of the Mayab. It is the wide path where one will always be accompanied, and many walk it because they fear silence and solitude. And on that path I have seen the light of the Princess Sac-Nicte shine at times. But the light is extinguished when it falls on the Stone that the Lord Jesus left placed as the first milestone in the destiny that leads to the Mayab. And in the desert I found only stones with which to ease my hunger and quench my thirst, and I was one more sheep in the flock that Peter put to pasture, and I was a white sheep, but I died of hunger and thirst for the Mayab, and I did not want to die this way.
“The light of the Sacred Princess Sac-Nicte that shone beyond that Stone that was my destiny, has made my wool black, and the white sheep have threw me out from their bosom and gave me up for lost when I left their herd and fell between the cliffs where the storm is lashing. I had not made myself a bridge to cross the abyss. I did not know then, but now I know that the destiny that is in the hands of the Great Hidden Lord in the Highest and most Sacred of the Mayab, has a path that begins with Peter, with the white sheep, and that leads to John only then when the wool is made black by the love from the kisses of the Holy Princess Sac-Nicte.
“Wounding myself on the cliffs and weeds, I understood the words of the Sacred Mayab, spoken and written in that remote continent, by another being whose lineage is Maya and whose name was John. And this word is understood by striking the Stone in Darkness. This word says that the Word in the beginning is with God and is God, the Great Hidden Lord, and that by that Word all that is made is: the sun, the moon, the earth, the stars, the man, the animal and the worms, the fruits that give life, the fruits that give death, and the words of all the Mayab’s that have existed, that exist and that will always exist. Because the stones change the flocks, but the Word forever remains even in everything that changes.
“In this way I had news of the destiny which is the destiny of the Mayab. And this destiny is the destiny of everyone who finds the path of John, a path that Judas, the man of Kariot, also found; a path hidden in the depths of man and that leads to the center of the Mayab, and that the Living Christ in Jesus also showed in order to take other flesh with him in his own destiny.”
It is only with the sacred kiss of the Princess San-Nicte that his eyes were opened to the Great Reality. Even though he did not yet see and understood it at that time, he could smell its scent and feel its presence. Recognizing its truth and power, he dwelled in it and thus made his wool black, setting himself apart from the white sheep that Peter put to pasture. However, the light of the princess Sac-Nicte was extinguished when it fell on the Stone that Jesus placed as the first milestone that leads to the destiny of the Mayab. So what is that Stone that Jesus placed? What is that Stone that when hit in the darkness the profound word of John can be understood? The author of the cited text knew well that his destiny is the light of the sacred Princess that shines beyond that Stone; he saw this light encompassing both paths, and he saw the necessity to cross over the bridge and advance further.
In the next excerpt, he speaks of it in the events of the Last Supper:
“One night at that time, there in that remote continent, the Living Christ in Jesus ate food for the last time with all of his disciples who were Giants of the Small Cozumil and who were also marching towards the path of the Mayab. That night the ‘voice’ was ordered, which is the impulse in the hearts of some men in whose veins runs the blood of the Maya lineage.
“Oh! Blessed are the ears which that night were able to hear the beautiful truths of the Sacred Mayab that the Holy Lord Jesus revealed! Oh! Heavy is the heart of stone and clay of those who left it unbaked by ignoring the thread with which the Holy Lord Jesus wove the destiny of this civilization! But this civilization is not the visible one; what is visible is the one that says and does not do, and for this reason its deeds have been cursed and will be consumed in its own destruction. Because when he mentioned that one of them had to deliver him, the others, who were eleven, did not know what only Jesus of Nazareth and Judas of Kariot knew that night. And in his own words, it is written like this: “…What you were to do, do it quickly … But none of those who were at the table understood for what purpose he said that (Jesus to Judas)…”
Ponder: why such urgency? For it is well known that long before that day, Jesus was well aware that he was going to die a degrading death. Ponder: why such urgency?
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“When all this was happening, the disciple John, the youngest of all, had his head resting on the Heart of his Lord Jesus. And Peter, whom Jesus had called in his words, Cephas (which means Stone), proclaimed his love for the Lord Jesus by offering to lay his soul for His; but the Lord Jesus warned him that he will deny him three times before the rooster would crow on that same dawn.
“Man through whose veins runs the burning blood of the Maya lineage: ponder and meditate on this scene, weigh each concept because all of it was woven into the destiny known to the Great Hidden Lord in the Holy Mayab. Peter offered his soul, but Judas gave it. And because Judas gave it, John could remain resting his head on the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Even now you can read clearly written in light and under the symbol of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the burning words of the Mayab that say: “Give me a shelter of love in your home and I will return it to you eternally in my Sacred Heart.”
From this it is clear that each prominent character from the life of Jesus had a role and purpose that is not only historical, but eternal, something that relates to our spiritual advancement, something internal that teaches us how to go from one stage to another as we climb the Tree of Life that leads back to the Father.
At the Last Supper, Judas had to go and sell the Christ, so that John could remain resting on His sacred heart. For the path of John to be as advance as to have such closeness to the Being, to the inner Christ, a friction is needed, which was produced by Judas.
“It was the third time that the Holy Lord Jesus appeared among his disciples by the will of the Great Hidden Lord, after his body of clay had died on the Cross. That night they ate fish caught in the waters of the Lake Tiberias, and again the Holy Lord Jesus asked Peter: “Do you love me?”; and Peter answered yes; and the Holy Lord Jesus said to him: “Put my sheep to pasture.” And twice more he asked him: “Do you love me?” And twice more Peter said yes, and twice more the Lord Jesus said to him: “Put my sheep to pasture.” Three times in total.
“And thus the fate of the white sheep began to be woven, some of which when they look at the light that shines beyond the Stone, a light that is lit by the ardour of the Sacred Princess Sac-Nicte, lose the white color of their wool and have black colour for a time, but afterwards they become prudent like serpents, simple like doves and the serpent becomes feathered and flies.
“But the Holy Lord Jesus said even more to Peter. He showed him the plan of destiny when he told him: “Follow me!” Peter died like the Lord Jesus, nailed to a cross, far away from his people, and mocked by others who took him where he did not want to go. And that night, after having fish from the Lake Tiberias for dinner, and when Peter had been informed of the plan of destiny, he looked at John, the one whose head had rested on the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and asked: – And what about him?
– If I want him to stay until I come back, what is it to you?
“And much is spoken and said about the immortality of John as a result of this, but it is spoken and said without knowing what remains of John, nor what is immortal. So make an effort to understand what is that which remains until comes that which is “I”. “
As so many things in the life of Jesus were to show us the path to salvation, we know that his return refers to the incarnation of Christ in an individual, at the start of the Second Mountain, when the aspirant is sufficiently purified, or as Judas would put it, when his clay is baked and his amphora cleansed for the coming of the Great Hidden Lord. The latter is the Father, the highest part of our inner Being, who comes only then when Christ is close to reaching its full maturity within the initiate. Through Christ we reach the Father, and through the path of John we reach the Christ.
“To tread the path of John, it is necessary first to know or to attempt the path of Peter, but to attempt it and to know it with the heart, because whoever attempts or knows it only with the head is a sucker; for such a one there is no path outside the Earth.”
“There are very few of those who understand that these are not two paths, but a single destiny weaved by the Great Hidden Lord in the Highest and most Sacred of the Mayab.”
“If the longing to know the truth of destiny burns in you, obtain for yourself eyes to see and ears to hear and you will one day discover how to make within yourself the bridge that unites the path of Peter to the path of John, and takes you to the Mayab.
“That bridge is death. It can only be made by those who dare to wake up.”
The role of Judas in the drama of Christ was death, destruction, betrayal – the aspects that can be referred to various parts of the Path to awakening. In the context of the above teachings, it symbolizes the necessary friction that will lead us from the wide path of Peter to the narrow path of John. The esoteric mystery of Judas is about inner death, of the kind that allows us to progress on the path, that purifies us and makes us ready to incarnate the Being. We have to know how to die within ourselves, and this is only possible when touched by the grace of our Divine Mother, the Sacred Princess Sac-Nicte.
The path of Peter is wide, trodden by the majority who are on the way to the Path, but still fear facing themselves and the egos.
The path of John is narrow, it is only for those who learned how to die and make space within them for the Being to come. It is the path of the courageous that leads to the full awakening.
“I will give you only the measurement that was given to me, but you will have to make the bridge yourself, within yourself, at the impulse that you are capable to achieve from the ardour of your longing.
“The measurement I have is very simple if you are able to see, and it is complex if you are still sleeping.
“Because the Holy Lord Jesus did not appear as Christ three times after his body had died on the cross, but many, many more times. For you must know that the living Christ in Jesus is alive.”