Tuesday, June 13, 2017

the bond of unity which the Brotherhood requires

Shasta in fog and cloud at sunset

So frequently, blessed ones, we find that individuals indulge in a criticism of others in order to exonerate themselves from the same or a similar offense.  Now whether we deal with the laity or the spiritual priesthood it must be with a view to raising the level of Christly manifestation in all….

The sharp dangers of the present hour surround mankind today with the fleeting ghosts of their own past errors.  If we are ever to transmute these errors and raise men into the wonders of the golden age it must be by reason of man’s hidden spiritual hungers satisfied.  So long as spiritual brothers, so-called, wage war against those supposedly pursuing the same ideal we cannot expect that the bond of unity which the Brotherhood requires shall fashion for them a vessel for the containment of the one right essence which will effectively communicate to all the perennial need to end spiritual and mortal pride, raising the heart as a beautiful chalice to the Great White Throne of God--there to partake of His essential humility who, in the manifest Christ, being found in fashion as a man, humbled himself and became obedient, even unto death (Phillippians 2:8)….

Take hope then, for the spiritual forces of the planet are marshaling themselves as never before to rally around our banner of complete freedom from every oppression, self-imposed or projected from the ignorant who “know not what they do” (Luke 23:34).  The hour is at hand when the Christ must as the Great Comforter unite hearts and hands in a thrust to end all thrusts and struggle.  “Except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain” (Ps. 127:1).  Can Babylon be transformed to become the New Jerusalem?
         Lovingly I AM        
                                        Saint Germain                  Pearls of Wisdom 9:8
                   -Roger Bacon by Gordon Ross, 1941 (an embodiment of Saint Germain's)

                                            -in Saint Germain on Alchemy

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