I have just found an excellent academic source on the Samael Aun Woer teachings. I have to figure the right program from Yahoo/google to translate it. It was originally written in Italian I will post it here but if you don't get the translation you use [babelfish.yahoo.com
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In case you have trouble here in it posted originally in Italian and you can do what you to translate it.
Also it has been translated into English in a book that is not available online.
Clarke, P. (ed.) (2006) Encyclopedia of New Religious Movements. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge
Personally I think this article is great because it is written by an unbiased sociologist who is not for or against the Samael Aun Weor teaching, yet he still delivers some damning evidence about Victor Gomez Rodríguez. This article clearly states that Victor first spiritual influence was not Theosophist but were Jesuits, in that he attended a Jesuit college. More proof of this would be quite helpful. It seems that his strict Catholic teachings from early life never left him and in my opinion it perverted his interpretation of the more liberal spiritual teachings he would later be exposed to, thus the origin of the sick and twisted teachings we have all seen. One thing we can credit Rodriguez with is an excellent academic ability considering the number of books he was able to write, this too he probably got from the Jesuits, as they are the most academic (and by the way worldly) of the catholic orders.
I hope this is helpful.