Gnosis is, in its essence, a natural ability of our consciousness that perceives reality objectively, without the intervention of thought process, prejudices, preconceptions etc. Through the knowledge of self (Nosce te Ipsum), anthropological studies of past civilizations, various religions of the world and mystical currents, mythological and philosophical issues of history of humanity, Gnostic students will discover the necessary tools to deepen their knowledge of themselves and awaken their lost faculty.
IGAAS (International Gnostic Association for Anthropological Studies) is a non-profit organization (NPO) officially recognized by the Canadian government. The mission of IGAAS is to spread Gnosis, a timeless and mystical teaching, as it was delivered to humanity in its modern form by the V.M. Samael Aun Weor. IGAAS is the Canadian branch of IGA (Institut Gnostique d'Anthropologie), an international organization serving in Mexico who oversees and directs multiple Gnostic associations across the planet.
A doctor and philosopher, author and renowned esoterist, Samael Aun Weor is the initiator of the Age of Aquarius and founder of the International Gnostic Movement. The author of over 60 esoteric Gnostic books, V.M. Samael Aun Weor succeeds in modernizing the Eternal Gnosis by giving it a clear, didactic, and synthetic form. For 27 years, he fought with body and soul to spread this teaching, oversaw the expansion of Gnosis onto 5 continents and gave countless conferences to feed the souls of those who seek the lost wisdom. V.M. Samael Aun Weor disincarnated on December 24th, 1977.
Wife and esoteric collaborator of V.M. Samael Aun Weor, V.M. Litelantes was a titanic support in the work of her husband. In 1977, she took direction of the International Gnostic Movement and worked at the price of great sacrifices for the preservation and dissemination of the work of her husband. Litelantes fought for 21 years for the consolidation and expansion of the International Gnostic Movement and founded the first Training Center for Gnostic instructors in 1984 in Montreal. V.M. Litelantes disincarnated on February 5th 1998.
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