Lords of the Seven Rays -El Morya -First Ray

25 Sep

We realize that we have many ties, many interesting relationships that are carry overs from previous lifetimes. In this age of reckoning we go through many situations and relationships, always with the purpose being to release the light of God, the Holy Spirit, for balance, for blessing, for resolution and for love. Then we can go in peace and not be bound by age-old wounds, hurts, angers, sorrows, prejudices, fears and envies.

In studying the Lords of the Seven Rays, we begin with beloved El Morya, known as the Lord of the First Ray. He may look fierce, but he is fiercely devoted to the Will of God because the first ray is the ray of God’s Will. That devotion to the Will of God shines in him in these following embodiment when anyone of you may have known him and walked with him.

He was Abraham (2100 BC), Melchior – one of the three wisemen, and Arthur – king of the Britons.

He was Saint Thomas Becket (1118 – 1170) – Chancellor of England, friend of King Henry II, and then Archbishop of Canterbury. He came into conflict with the king of the rights of the Church and shortly following Christmas on December 29th he was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral by four knights. They had taken literally Henry’s remark that he wished to be rid of ‘this turbulent priest’.

The strength and the courage of beloved El Morya, just in these embodiments, is a guiding light to all who know him and feel the presence of his love. Morya is very straight-forward, very direct and very much active in the affairs of state today as he was in his embodiment as Saint Thomas More, Lord Chancellor of England.

El Morya incarnated as Akbar from 1542 – 1605, the greatest of the Mogul emperors of India. He has been described as one of the few successful examples of Plato’s philosopher king.

He founded his own faith, a divine monotheism, that united the basic truths of all religions. He had representatives of all the world’s major religions coming to him. He was supremely tolerant, he allowed all to practice their religion in his realm. He put the best of them all together, hoping that people would widen their horizons.

In the end, only his closest servants and friends adopted it. His legacy of universality, religious tolerance and a well-organized government blest India for centuries.

El Morya concluded his incarnations in the West as the famous poet Thomas Moore, composer, musician, prolific writer of prose and poetry. Following that life he went to India and became the Rajput prince El Morya Khan and took his ascension in 1898.

Do you realize that before a century passes you could also attain to reunion with God through the ascension in the Light? In fact, that may very well be your destiny in this life – to balance your karma, serve the will of God and love all life free and return to His heart nevermore to go out on the round and wheel of rebirth.

El Morya teaches us the mastery of the throat chakra. The throat chakra, which is the power center. Here you experience God as the power of the spoken Word. You observe everyday how your words may comfort people, curse people, lift them up or put the down. People use power in good ways and bad ways, but usually their conversation is involved.

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