Did you come with Sanat Kumara to save the earth in her darkest hour?
This is the ancient story of the Ascended Master Sanat Kumara who is well known worldwide. In Hinduism, he is revered as Karttikeya, the second son of Shiva and Parvati and the brother of Ganeshji. In India, he is also known as Subrahmanya, Murugan, and Sarvana; in Buddhism, he is known as Brahma Sanam-kumara, Adi Buddha, Dipamkara (the Lamp-Lighting Buddha) and Skanda; in the Old Testament of the Bible, he is known as the Ancient of Days, and in Zoroastrianism, he is adored as Ahura Mazda (Wise Lord).
Long ago, Sanat Kumara chose to undertake a volunteer exile from his home planet Venus to offer assistance to the people of earth who had reached a low point in their spiritual evolution. They had fallen to the level of cavemen and lost contact with God. Earth was at the point of being dissolved because there was no one who was keeping the spark of higher consciousness alive.
Sanat Kumara has explained the prevailing situation of the people on earth at that time in his own words, “You call me Sanat Kumara, and you know me as the one who stood before the cosmic council known as the Council of the One Hundred and Forty and Four. You know me because you were witnesses to my plea made for and on behalf of the evolutions of earth who no longer knew the presence of the Lamb (Higher Mind, Krishna Consciousness) who by disobedience were cut off from the living Guru.
“You know me as the one who volunteered to embody the threefold flame within the earth unto the evolutions evolving within the seven planes of being – fire, air, water, and earth. The Cosmic Council had decreed the dissolution of earth and her evolutions because the souls of her children no longer worshiped the Trinity in the threefold flame of life burning upon the altar of the heart.*”
Sanat Kumara adds in his story that he made a request to the Cosmic Council not to dissolve the earth. His petition was granted and he was given permission to take incarnations on the earth to help the people until they were able to regain their spiritual quest once again.
Sanat Kumara has mentioned that at that point, one hundred and forty-four thousand souls from Venus and other planets volunteered to accompany him for this mission to the earth. Many who came with Sanat Kumara do not remember the scene now in their outer minds but they have an inner memory of this event.
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*Source: Pearls of Wisdom®, Vol.22, No.14, April 8, 1979, Summit Publications, Inc. Copyright © 2020. All rights reserved.
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