“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.
I liked how the book is both a story of redemption from the darkest of places and practical knowledge about Gnosticism. Studying the material it seemed to answer a lot of questions I had over the years. Knowledge is better than belief and it just makes sense that in order to achieve enlightenment you'd have to eliminate the ego. Many blessings on your journey to develop your soul.
Another great book by Madye Weor, even Beelzabum with help was able to turn his life , therefore so can we
The book gives detailed information concerning the seven levels of the body and when those bodies were formed during specific eons, races, and sub-races of humanity. It also talks about the different reincarnations or the cosmic days of Earth as well as its cosmic night and how each era ended. It is extremely historically accurate on an Akashic level. However, what I enjoyed most about the book is that if a creature like Beelzebub could repent and be forgiven then there is hope for me.