Paul the Venetian, Chohan of the Third Ray
Paul the Venetian is Chohan of the
Third ray, the pink ray, of divine love, compassion and charity.
Creativity and beauty are other important qualities of this ray that
he embodies. Paul teaches the way of divine love through love in
action, which means moving from contemplated love to putting forth
the effort to be loving in deeds and in works. He helps clarify many
things concerning divine love; for example, true compassion lifts up
another’s soul, whereas human sympathy allows the soul to wallow in
its human problems without progressing on the spiritual path. He is
the perfect master to help us prepare for receiving the Holy
Spirit’s gift of discerning of spirits.
Paul applauds our innate beauty as
a magnificent creation of God, and champions the pursuit of our
Higher Self. To assist in this endeavor, he teaches how to define
our Christhood by perfecting our soul and developing the intuitive
and creative faculties of our heart and heart chakra.
During his lifetime as the
renowned sixteenth-century Italian Renaissance painter Paulo
Veronese, he created vibrant new colors and perfected a new and
still unsurpassed technique of pigment preparation for preserving
paint. He painted biblical figures and saints in such a way that
common people could identify with them and come to a deeper
understanding of divinity residing within humanity—a vital
understanding for attaining union with one’s Higher Self.
While the Ascended Master Paul the
Venetian works with all souls in mastering the qualities of the pink
ray, he also works closely with students of art, music, architecture
and engineering in the creation of beauty, symmetry and design.
Paul the Venetian’s etheric
retreat, called the Château de Liberté (Castle of Freedom), is
located over the Rhone River in southern France.
On Atlantis, he served in the
government as head of cultural affairs. Before the continent sank,
he went to Peru to establish a focus of the liberty flame which
later enabled the Incas to produce a flourishing civilization. Later
he embodied in Egypt as a master of esoteric architecture and worked
with El Morya, the master mason, in constructing the pyramids.
In his final embodiment as Paolo
Veronese, he became one of the greatest artists of the Venetian
school. Born in 1528, he received little formal training in art
before beginning his prolific career. His early style was simple,
solid, and sincere. Soon he became eminent as a decorator of large
architecture and churches, called "Painter of Pageants."
The magnificent work of Paolo
Veronese is essentially Christian in theme, spacious and rich in
color, and includes Temptation of Saint Anthony, Coronation of the
Virgin, Deposition from the Cross, Supper at Emmaus, The Holy
Family, and Raising of Lazarus--each one an important initiation of
Christhood which to this day conveys the essence of the love of
Ascended Master Jesus.
The paintings in the church of St.
Sebastian, taken from the history of Esther, excited so much
admiration that Paolo soon ranked nearly equal with Titian and
Tintoretto. In 1562, he received the commission for his famous
Marriage at Cana which hangs in the Louvre today. Beyond his
magnificence as a painter, little is known of his life.
Paul the Venetian ascended on
April 19, 1588. His retreat, the Chateau de Liberte, is located in
the etheric plane over southern France on the Rhone River. (Its
physical counterpart is a chateau now owned by a private French
family.) It contains classrooms with paintings and art work of every
kind from all ages and races and cultures, as well as workshops for
musicians, writers, sculptors, and students of voice. Here the
masters introduce new techniques in every field of art. And here the
Goddess of Liberty, sponsor of Paul the Venetian, brought the flame
of liberty from the Temple of the Sun on Atlantis. The impulse from
this flame compelled the construction of the Statue of Liberty, a
gift from the people of France to the people of America.
All who would hear the word of God
as taught by Paul the Venetian may, before retiring, ask their Holy
Christ Selves and guardian angels to take them to his retreat in the
Chateau de Liberte,.
"And I will take you by the hand
and show you my castle. I will show you the works of art that have
been brought forth by chelas unascended and ascended. And we will go
through many rooms, and lastly I will take you to the room where
there is that frame that hangs. In some cases it will be an empty
frame. In some cases it will have a canvas in it. It will be your
frame, the frame of your identity waiting for you to bring forth the
genius of your soul. And when you see that frame, if it is empty you
will want to fill it. And so, I will take you to that place where
you can work with other artisans who are learning the art of living
love by the discipline of the hand and the discipline of expression
so that you can draw the image of your own Christ- perfection."
Paul the Venetian teaches us that
to come into union with the Christ flame is to move with love.
"The more you are disciplined, the
stronger are the grids of consciousness. And to have a strong
consciousness, as strong sinews, enables you to balance megatons of
the light force you call love....The art of living love is to be
creative. And the art of being creative is to be self-disciplined."
Paul the Venetian is the Chohan or
Master of the fourth ray, which is the ray of harmony through
He works with Archangel Gabriel.
Paul the Venetian lived in Lemuria and Atlantis and has incarnated
at times of great change on the planet.
He was in charge of great
spiritual temples and was considered the purest of the pure - a
title bestowed on very few in the history of humanity.
Because his thoughts were so pure
he had a direct link with God.
He was a keeper of the white flame
of purity and could transmute the karma of those who entered his
aura and also project his thoughts to dissolve the negativity of
places and people. He has been involved with Earth for a long time
but is a Universal Being, one who straddles the Universes. In the
past he has mastered many aspects of physical life. In Atlantis he
understood the advanced technology of the times and also carried the
seed secrets of beauty and art within him.
He was beloved of the people
because he radiated goodness and kindness. They sensed his warmth
and open heart. He wore the jewel of Atlantis, a star which
symbolised his connection to the vastness of the Universe. He was a
light bearer and when Atlantis was engulfed by the waves, he led a
tribe to Israel.
As Master of the fourth ray he is
responsible for reviving the creativity of humanity. He transmits
forms of beauty and music to the crystal codes within receptive
humanity. He radiates waves of sound and through his work will come
much sound healing for it helps to restore the harmony of the being.
He works with St Germain, with the
Violet Flame, to bring inspiration and purification through
painting. He works with Archangel Chamuel to open the hearts of all
through painting, music and the wonderful creativity now taking
place through colour. He was responsible for impressing into the
minds of the car manufacturers the vision of brightly coloured cars.
He endeavours to bring colour into the fashion world, into hospitals
Architects who work with Paul the
Venetian bring beauty and symmetry into their work and automatically
include sacred geometry in their designs without being consciously
aware of doing so.
He brings a return of grace, which
was built into buildings in spiritually aware times. He sends waves
of love to the chakras, especially the sacral, the heart and third
eye so that all creativity is suffused with a higher energy. He
works with Hilarion, the Chohan of the fifth ray of science and
technology, so that new scientific forms and technology also allow
the creative, artistic energy of humanity to expand. In the old age
science derided and dismissed the creative, and in so doing did
great injustice and harm to humans. It stultified them and turned
them into left brain, materialistic zombies.
These two great masters are
working together to bring balance to the scheme of things. Paul the
Venetian is a being of great devotion and dedication. He is beyond
Earth and yet has held Earth in his heart for aeons. When you tune
into him, rainbow frequencies of light transmit to you and he
touches your very cells with the vibration of creation.
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