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Lords of the Seven Rays: Hilarion

14 Oct

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Hilarion is the chohan of the fifth ray of healing, wholeness, precipitation and Truth.  This is the ray of green, which imbues all life with the perfect blend of the blue and the yellow–the faith and wisdom of God in nature.  The eternal newness of the color green charges man with the fire of the sun and the fire of the power to create.  The healing green restores man to the primal nature of God.  The ray of green supplies man with every lack and is the color of abundance and supply.  This is the ray of doctors, scientist, healers, musicians, mathematician and those consecrated to Truth in all its forms.  Hilarion works with all of these, and he can assist us in drawing down the abundance that we need to fulfill our mission in life.  He also assists us in developing truth or clarity in spiritual vision.  Raphael and Mother Mary are the archangel and archeia, and Cyclopea and Virginia are the Elohim of the fifth ray, which is also called the emerald ray.

Hilarion was a high priest of the Temple of Truth on Atlantis. Hilarion was also embodied as Saul of Tarsus who became the apostle Paul after his encounter with Jesus on the road to Damascus. According to Saint Paul “a light from heaven, above the brightness of the sun, shinning around about me,” and he heard the voice of the Master saying, “Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?”  It was a blinding light and a purging light that descended on Paul.  It was for the rebuke of his human consciousness that had persecuted the true servants of God.  it was for the purification of his sight that he might behold the Son of God.  It was the light of conversion that turned him around and set him on the path of his own personal walk with the Master Jesus Christ.  By the power of the Logos Jesus bore, the master was calling and recalling Saul to his point of origin in the I AM Presence.

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Following Paul’s conversion to Christ, Paul was taught by Jesus himself in preparation for his mission.  Paul wrote “God, who had specially chosen me while I was still in my mother’s womb, called me through his grace and chose to reveal his Son in me, so that I might preach the Good News about him to the pagans.”  To what end was the conversion of this Saul of Tarsus?  Clearly, it had to have been for a very special purpose that the Master Jesus personally undertook the tutoring of Paul. In Truth his mission was to build Christ’s Church upon the Rock of his personal encounter with the Lord–to convert the “Gentiles,” their leaders, and the children of light and to elucidate Christ’s person and Presence as the living Saviour in sermons and letters delivered throughout Asia Minor and the Mediterranean over a period of thirty years.

Paul also had another mission–one to be gleaned from his example and that of the resurrected Christ working with him throughout his life as the Lord’s ministering servant.  it is their integral relationship that affords insight into the bond of Ascended Master and unascended disciple and through it the fusion of heaven and earth.  Paul’s direct and touching relationship with his Lord shows the intended friendship and personal initiatic path Jesus holds for every one of us–once we allow ourselves to be fully converted and subject unto the Universal Christ in life and death and eternity.

Lords of the Seven Rays by Mark L. and Elizabeth Clare Prophet

Hilarion The Healer by Mark L. and Elizabeth Clare Prophet

Lords of the Seven Rays: Paul the Venetian

5 Oct

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The Ascended Master Paul the Venetian, Lord of the Third Ray and initiator of our hearts, relates a very touching personal experience from his life as an artist in which his sensitive soul, at one with God, bore the unknown grief of another and then the comfort of the Resurrection Spirit that had the power to heal even an angel veiled in flesh:  “I remember so dearly the day when I first developed enough of the divine sense to feel that God and I were one. It had been a cloudy morning, and I had worked long and hard to try to portray the face of an angel, but somehow it was as through the celestial beauty escaped me and there was a jangle in my nerves and senses and feelings.  This was strange, because I had for some time developed a feeling of serenity, of calmness, of knowing, and now here I was desiring out of that calmness and serenity and knowing to portray a celestial being, and I needed to drink deeply of the fountain of peace.  For some reason, which did not seem to break through to my outer senses, I could not still my mind, and so with some measure of disturbance, shall I say, I closed up shop.  I put away my brushes and frankly there was a sadness in my every movement.  It was not a state of utter discouragement, it was just an unusual state of unrest in my feeling world, almost a dire foreboding that something undesirable would happen.”

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Paul left the studio and went into the country. “And in the stillness of the approaching country I began to feel the awakening of the sense of peace, so familiar and so dearly loved… I reasoned quite suddenly that I ought to be strong enough to hold a sense of beauty in the midst of the ugliness and garrets of the city.”  Paul reasoned that he could keep his new found serenity but then he heard sobbing and his trembled for mankind and he prayed for her. “And then I decided that I would enter into simple prayer for her.  And as I prayed, the sun came out with greater glory and it was as through the hands of the angels were drawing back the curtain of dark clouds.  And with this change in the environment of the little cemetery, the young lady suddenly ceased to sob and gazed up with wonder.  Her sorrow and her grief were plainly stamped upon one of the most beautiful faces that I have ever seen, and there was my angel–the face I sought.” Paul spoke with the young women and explained that resurrection is in all nature and all things do return and she agreed but she was lonely.  Paul took hold of her hand “and as I prayed, I felt a surge of the Christ radiance go through me, and I watched as every line of her face reflected consolation, mercy, acceptance of the Resurrection Spirit.”

Through his discernment Paul was able to capture nuance on his paintings of Jesus and the twelve which incited the wrath of the powers that be. Paul stood firm and said that artist take the same liberties as madmen and writers. The name of his painting was changed from the Last Supper to the House of Levi. Near the close of his life, his guru, the Maha Chohan, advised Paul that through his Christic disciplines of Love on the path of the Third Ray, self-imposed for many lifetimes, he earned his release from Earth’s schoolroom and was ready to enter into the realms of immortality.

Lords of the Seven Rays by Mark L. and Elizabeth Clare Prophet