Biographical details of the last life of Samael Aun Weor are hard to come by; the few he related directly provide little more than a rough outline of his experience. His reticence to reveal his personal life may appear unusual - especially for someone as widely known as he was - but upon further investigation, it is not hard to understand. As he wrote:
The Gnostic Movement is impersonal: it is made up of humble laborers; therefore, let us reject any personalization; let us not accept imposing individuals; no one is better than anyone else. Among us, we are all laborers, bricklayers, mechanics, farmers, writers, physicians, etc. - The Major Mysteries
The more small and microscopic one feels the better, because the human being is nothing but a human being. We as human beings must realize that we are ants. God is God because the one that has the power is the Divinity. We are nobody. We are wretched devils, and even the Human Being, being a complete human being, is an ant in comparison to God. - Tarot and Kabbalah
This humility came from the stark experience of seeing the truth about the personality, the mind, the "I."
The personality, the individuality, and the “I” are the hard chains that bind us to the hard rock of suffering and bitterness. - The Major Mysteries
Most of what we know about his personal life is related in the 426 pages of The Three Mountains, some of which is excerpted here.