Tibetan Master of the Fifth Ray - Blue Ray

Part of the Great White Brotherhood

Teaches Compassion - Tolerance - Inner Strength

Helps direct those wishing to achieve self-awareness so that they may learn how to express their deep inner thoughts and feelings.

The Master's extraordinary devotion to God's word and work is a powerful stream that runs throughout his soul's incarnations on Earth as he has stood staunch in the role of advocate, teacher, and exemplar before our spirits soaring unto Love.

El Morya was embodied as Abraham, the ancient patriarch who emerged from Ur of the Chaldees to become the prototype and progenitor of the twelve tribes of Israel.

Returning as Melchior, one of the three wise men of the East, he followed the star that portended the birth of the best of his seed who would fulfill all the promises of God unto his spiritual descendants.

As Arthur, king of the Britons, he summoned knights of the Round Table and ladies of the court of Camelot to quest the Holy Grail and to attain through initiation the inner mysteries of Christ.

Appearing again on Britain's soil as Thomas Becket as well as Thomas More, both martyred, he twice played the role of defender of the Faith and challenger of King Henry--also twice born (Henry II and VIII), and twice the oppressor.

In the sixteenth century, his soul's journey took him to the East in the person of Akbar, greatest of Mogul emperors, and in the nineteenth to Ireland to be her poet laureate Thomas Moore.

Next he appeared as El Morya Khan, perhaps the most renowned of the Tibetan mahatmas. Paradoxically, little biographical information of a traditional nature is available about El Morya Khan. It is known that he was born a Rajput prince in the Indian class of warriors and rulers esteemed for their courage and honor. The date of his birth is uncertain.

What makes the life of El Morya so notable is his far-reaching work in the merging of the ancient spiritual truths of the East with the traditions of the West. This was accomplished largely through the founding of the Theosophical Society in the latter part of the last century and the subsequent instruction released through that organization by the Master Morya and his longtime friend, the Master Koot Hoomi Lal Singh. This instruction came in part in the form of personal letters addressed to but a handful of Theosophical students, chelas of the "Mahatma of the Himavat." These letters are now on file with the British Museum in London.

Found also within the society's literature are occasional awe-filled testimonies of the few Theosophists that were visited by this Himalayan adept who, for the most part, preferred to remain unidentified by the outer world. The writings of these disciples reveal that many strove for even the slightest contact with El Morya.

In 1898, El Morya Khan ascended to the heart of God.

- Spiritweb.org



"Kuthumi on left - El Morya - Saint Germain

This is a rare photo of Madame Blavatsky who channeled Ascended Masters.

"Djwhal Khul, Kuthumi and El Morya were Tibetan Buddhists, although very universalistic in their approach. These 3 great Masters were all physically incarnated in the Himalayas and lived close to each other. They could materialize right before your eyes. Kuthumi did so often for Madam Blavatsky. Written letters from them often materialized for her."

- Joshua David Stone

Source: http://www.greatdreams.com/masters/ascended-masters.htm

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