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The immortal called Babaji ("Revered Father"), the yogi Christ of India, still lives in India with his priestess wife Mataji ("Revered Mother").

"The Kriya Yoga which I am giving to the world... is a revival of the same science which Krishna gave, millenniums ago, to Arjuna, and which was later known to Patanjali, and to Christ, St. John, St. Paul, and other disciples." - Babaji teaching Lahiri Mahasaya in Autobiography of a Yogi

"After resurrection, the master does not die again; he is eternal. The Yogi-Christ from India, the immortal Babaji, and his immortal "sister" Mataji, live with the same physical bodies they had more than a million years ago. These immortal beings are the watchers of the Guardian Wall that protects humanity." - Samael Aun Weor, Alchemy and Kabbalah in the Tarot

"The immortal Babaji, the yogi Christ of India, still lives in India. This master was the instructor of the great masters who lived through the terrifying night of time. Nevertheless, this sublime elder looks like a young man of twenty five years...

"...Maithuna [sacred sexuality] and the dissolution of the reincarnating ego constitute the fundamentals for the Self-Yoga of Babaji.  He was not celibate.  Those who believe that Mataji is his physical sister are mistaken.  Mataji is his priestess wife.  With her he attained intimate Realization of the Self." - Samael Aun Weor, The Perfect Matrimony

"...the immortal Babaji, a Yogi Christ from India whose physical body has existed for millions of years that are lost in the night of time. Babaji drives all life and has the power to create and create again... All of those immortal beings that live with the Divine Christ Babaji, yogi of India, conserve their physical bodies for thousands of years. Death cannot do anything against them. These beings attained supreme chastity. This is how they achieved control of the mind and Prana." - Samael Aun Weor, The Yellow Book