“If you have a child that has the 26th gate by itself– you have to recognize this inherent capacity to be violent. Not only to be violent but to want to improve on it. The best thing to do with 26s, like what my father did, he put me into boxing for ten years– new and improved. Keep on working at it. Get the violence out, get the aggression out. And it’s essential to understand that 26s need that outlet and need to grow in that.

When the [Channel] 44-26 is there complete as a definition it is different, but what it does represent is that the 26 is ready to fight for its right to transmit what’s new and improved. In other words, they will really go to war to get something out. Do you have a war on drugs in this country? It’s the same kind of thing. They will literally take that violent analogy to its extreme. ‘I will improve them or die or I will improve them and kill them improving them.’

The Ego, the 26th gate is the gate of the Egoist. “I know, I am right.” This strong powerful ‘I’ in the Ego. Many people confuse the 51 and the 26. This idea that the 51 is brave and courageous, but the 51 IS NOT violent. The 26 IS. It’s inherent in its nature. And it’s important to understand that’s not moralistic. That is, the fact of the matter that there is violence in the 26 is the power of the T cell.

Every 26 carries this unbelievable warrior within them that is ready to eat you alive if it must.” -Ra Uru Hu