Violet flame of Saint Germain - Blavatsky, Kuthumi, El Morya, St. Germain together
Apr 17, 2004 06:57 AM
Thanks for the tip.
There is something that is still not clear to me.
The picture with these masters are, this way, not an old photograph but an artistic painting ...right?
It is not easy to analize in the internet due to the low resolution...you know.
Gonna search in the links you passed me.
Thanks for the attention.
It is interesting the posts on Saint Germain that Dallas sent.
In Brazil there was a spiritual movement in the 80-90īs called " Ponte para a Liberdade" ( means: Bridge for freedom) based in claimed chanellings of Saint Germain.it is alleged that the so called "Violet Flame", an egregora created by the Masterīs efforts, in which Men can " burn" bad karma and the lower aspects of his character.
It is said that through invocations of many mantras called " appellations" -( kind of litany) one can improve the spiritual status or accelerate the evolution of the soul...
The ritual also included the burning of a bonfire in which everybody throwed sheets of paper where ones have written down the negative aspects he wanted to transform or the spiritual needs he wanted to be helped in.
I donīt know if the explanation is clear enough ...
Did anybody ever know it?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2004 6:11 PM
Subject: Theos-World Re: Madame Blavatsky, Kuthumi, El Morya, St. Germaintogether
The artist is named John Augustus Knapp and it appears on the cover
of one of my books. But I had seen it in another book which had a
cropped version cutting off the signature, and which listed the
permission as coming from the Temple of the People, a Theosophical
group in Halcyon, CA. So I got permission from them and they sent a
copy to SUNY Press. Only after the book came out did I realize that
there was more to the picture than I'd seen in the earlier book and
that the artist had signed it.
Googling him yields only one hit:
--- In email@example.com, "krishtar" <krishtar_a@b...>
> Can anybody send some clues on the origin of an old picture ,
currenlty avaiable in the internet, which shows Madame Blavatsky,
Kuthumi, El Morya and St. Germain together?
> Is is a true photo or a contemporary photomontage?
> If true, when or where was it taken?
> If itīs a contemporary one, letīs blame Photoshop.
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