Once the Christ is already incarnated, in the beginning, he is born like an innocent, weak creature, but as time passes, the Chrestos develops and develops within our psychological, psychosomatic, and also even within the mystical-sensorial nature, and finally the Great Work is realized.

The Chrestos must eliminate all the undesirable elements that we carry within our interior. He undergoes much suffering while working. He must live the whole Cosmic Drama within us, just as it is written in the Four Gospels. The multitudes ask for his crucifixion. The multitudes shout, “Crucifixia! Crucifixia! Crucifixia!” What multitudes? The multitudes of “I’s” that we carry within our interior. Finally, they capture him, they take him before the authorities, namely Pilate, Caiaphas, Herod, etc. Do not forget that we have three traitors within ourselves: the first is the demon of ill- will, Caiaphas. The second is the demon of the mind, Pilate, who washes his hands, who declares himself to be innocent, he justifies his worst errors, he looks for evasions, etc. The third is the demon of desire: Judas Iscariot. These are the three traitors.

Obviously, to christify oneself is grandiose, sublime; it is what we truly yearn for. In order to reach Christification, it is necessary to know christic esotericism. Those who think that the Christ is only a sacred individual called Jeshua Ben Pandira, who was known about 1976 years ago and who taught the doctrine of the Gnostics, has truly not deeply understood the christic mystery. The Christ is perfect multiple unity; that is obvious.