The Three Disciples and More
Question: Can you shed some additional light on the three disciples who refused to enter pralaya as described in post #1000 in the edited archives?
The three disciples from the story were not Kumaras from Venus but a remnant from a previous earth. They probably saw themselves as Ancient of Days since they are very ancient. On that earth they became Masters, but did not want to go into pralaya and be reborn into a new creation. They wanted to continue with the old creation and keep their knowledge of it.
These are not members of the Dark Brotherhood but are seeking to serve and have a disagreement with their own hierarchy as to what the most effective service will be.
Because they have cut themselves off from their own hierarchical link they have to backtrack eventually and submit to their molecular link.
Jesus obtained a vision of the higher reality that is our destiny and did not cooperate with these three and concentrated on the love aspect instead and linked with the true Ancient of days who did come from Venus.
We are not given details of a Hierarchy associated with the three disciples, but they would have knowledge of the Molecular Order from the previous system and probably have something set up. We know they founded Masonry and this is somewhat hierarchical.
Question: Are these three seeking to serve either the Dark or Light and haven’t quite made up their mind yet?”
The answer is in the story related by DK. They loved their Lord and made their decision thinking it would result in the highest service. They made the mistake of thinking they knew more than their Master who was further along on the Path.
A Dark Brother is motivated by selfishness. These three will not suffer the fate of a Dark Brother because their motive was to serve and they have knowledge of the formless worlds. They thought they had a better way.
All of us can retrieve and use the knowledge of the past, but it is the motive and how it is used that counts. These three were masters of their time who entered into a limbo.
Question: Will the Bible be rewritten after the reappearance of the Christ?
Inspired writings of the future will not be set apart as scripture as that is too authoritarian for the coming age. The writings of light will just be seen for what they are by those who know.
A reader accused me that because of religious prejudice I promote the idea that male gays are closet women.
First let me state that my views on gays have nothing to do with religious prejudices. How could they when most of which I teach is not even found in any religion that I have ever studied?
I thought I made my views clear on this subject, but let me clarify further.
I have never said that gay men are closet women or desire to be women. A person who wants to change sex is a transsexual rather than a gay. This, as you know, is an entirely different situation and I have also written about their situation.
What I have said is that the energy of the two polarities (male and female) that run through us fluctuates from life to life. The degree of pull we have toward the opposite sex will change from life to life (and some within a life). As the energy changes then too will our focus change. As the energy nears the zero point the person will have little sexual attraction toward his opposite sex. This does not mean he wants to be a different sex or that he has low sexual energy, for he or she may have high sexual energy, and if this is the case he may have intense romantic relationships with the person of his choice. Sexual energy is more dependent on the vital body and his focus of attention than the polarity.
In order to obtain mastery, we have to experience all the fluctuations of energy and every situation possible. Do you think you will be gay, hetero, male or female for eternity? We are never happy being one type of form forever. Life in this world demands change. No matter how settled we are in a situation the time will come that most will willingly seek change and if we are not willing, change will be forced upon us.
A reader comments: “I love that phrase, ‘Here I stand!’ I always think of two things when I hear it. Firstly, the disciple standing steady in the light. Secondly, the tarot card where the magician stands with his feet firmly planted in front of a table with his equipment at the ready.”
JJ: I thought I would comment on this because my last post may have sounded like I may not agree with this.
Let me quote the key statement:
“No matter how settled we are in a situation the time will come that most will willingly seek change and if we are not willing, change will be forced upon us.”
This is in harmony with the truism: “the only thing that doesn’t change is change itself.”
How can we stand when everything around us is changing and shifting?
What are the reasons the disciple takes a stand? Are there some things upon which he should not stand?
Will any stand last forever? If not how long will his stand last?
Affirmation of the Disciple
“I am a point of light within a greater Light.
I am a strand of loving energy within the stream of love divine.
I am a point of sacrificial Fire, focused within the fiery Will of God.
And thus I stand.
“I am a way by which men may achieve.
I am a source of strength, enabling them to stand.
I am a beam of light, shining upon their way.
And thus I stand.
“And standing thus revolve
And tread this way the ways of men,
And know the ways of God.
And thus I stand.”
May 17, 2007
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