White Tantrism is a form of sexual alchemy which involves a man and a woman making sexual contact then transmuting their sexual energies whilst remaining still throughout the act and withdrawing without orgasm. It is regarded by its practitioners as an essential spiritual exercise for awakening consciousness rather than purely an act of pleasure.

It is currently taught by schools of modern Gnosticism. The modern day Gnostic teacher Samael Aun Weor wrote extensively on the topic including his books "The Perfect Matrimony", "The Mystery of the Golden Blossom" and "The Three Mountains". He claims it to be a very ancient practice, taught in different ways by many schools throughout the ages.

During the practice of sexual alchemy, the Kundalini is said to awaken which is claimed to be a conscious spiritual force which is often represented by a serpent coiled at the base of the spinal column. According to the Gnostic teachings, while performing the practice daily in an intensive and specific manner, the Kundalini eventually rises up the spinal column, vertebra by vertebra, awakening the chakras and psychic faculties as it rises and giving birth to spiritual bodies in higher dimensions. Samael Aun Weor claims this is what was meant by Jesus when he spoke of the need to be born-again, born of the spirit. what is white tantra?,- the answer to this in brief is describing this white tantra as pure spritiual alchemy of agama shashtra

it is a form of divine sublimation of spiritual energy obtained from meditation of female divine goddess, clearly an aspect originated from sri vidya an ancient tantra tradition (daksheenmargee tantra) which was more developed by adi shankaracharya in India books references might give some idea because it is totally described in oral tradition by guru to his followers no written text strictly agama shashtra and transformed through shaktipaat to the kind fellow of tantra tradition .no vammargee rituals are performed during white tantra practices. books referred , rudrayamal tantra, brihadyamal tantra, dattatraya tantra.


Samael Aun Weor (2003) [1971]. The Mystery of the Golden Blossom. Thelema Press. 

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