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By Marguerite dar Boggia

The Ascended Master, El Morya, wrote the inspiring book The Chela and the Path1 through his Messenger, Elizabeth Clare Prophet. At the end of the book, on pages 125 to 146, he gives some of his past famous incarnations, as follows:

He was Melchior, one of the three Wise Men who came from distant lands to give the gift of gold to the infant Jesus. He was versed in the ancient science of the stars.

He was King Arthur of England in the 6th century. When he was a lad of twelve, being pure in heart, he pulled the sword from the large stone and anvil placed there by Merlin, the alchemist, and thus was recognized as the rightful King of England.

In the 12th century, he was Sir Thomas Becket, the Lord Chancellor of England under King Henry II. The intransigence of Becket to uphold the power of the Church over the power of the King so angered Henry that his Lords mistook Henry's voiced anger to murder Becket. When Becket was murdered, Henry was so devastated that he humbled himself with public penance at Becket's tomb.

In the sixteenth century, he was Sir Thomas More. King Henry VIII appointed him as the Lord High Chancellor of England. More wrote "Utopia," published in 1516, about the political system of an imaginary ideal island nation. More opposed the King's separation from the Catholic Church, refusing to acknowledge Henry as Supreme Head of the Church of England and the annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon. After refusing to take the Oath of Supremacy, he was convicted of treason and beheaded. On his execution, he was reported to have said: "I die the King's good servant, but God's first."

Akbar the Great's reign as Mughal significantly influenced the course of Indian history. During his rule in the 16th century, the Mughal empire tripled in size and wealth. He created a powerful military system and instituted effective political and social reforms. By abolishing the sectarian tax on non-Muslims and appointing them to high civil and military posts, he was the first Mughal ruler to win the trust and loyalty of the native subjects. His son disagreed with him and, when he became Mughal, reversed his Father's progressive reforms, especially relating to religion.

As the Irish poet born in 1779, Thomas Moore was not only a great poet but also a songwriter, singer, and entertainer. He is best remembered for the lyrics of “The Minstrel Boy" and "The Last Rose of Summer". Indeed, the beautiful prose in El Morya's book, The Chela and the Path, indicates that he was a great poet.

El Morya is known in the esoteric teachings as a First Ray Master. What does that mean? There are seven types of energy or Force, known as the seven Rays. The three aspects of God, the solar Logos, and the Central Energy or Force (for the terms are occultly synonymous) are demonstrated through seven centers of Force, three major centers, and four minor centers. These seven centers of logoic Force are themselves so constituted that they form corporate Entities. They are known as The seven planetary Logoi, the seven Spirits before the Throne, the seven Rays, and the seven Heavenly Men. 2

The energies of the first ray are forceful and dynamic and are that of WILL. Those born under this ray will storm the gates of heaven and take it by Force.

They express themselves mostly as warriors, generals, and leaders.3

The Buddha is a Lord of the 2nd ray. This is a ray of Love-Wisdom. He held the office of the World Teacher until his Illumination when the present World Teacher, the Lord Maitreya, took His place.4 The Head of the Spiritual Hierarchy who holds the office of the World Teacher is always a Master on the 2nd ray. The Master Kuthumi (pronounced Koot Humi) is also a Lord of the 2nd ray. He is also known as K.H. The Tibetan Master, Djwhal Kuhl, who wrote through his amanuensis, Alice A. Bailey, using mental telepathy, is also a 2nd ray Master. He is also known as D.K.5


1Prophet, Elizabeth Clare, The Chela and the Path, Summit Press 1975 pp. 125-146

2Bailey, Alice A. A Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Lucis Publishing Co. 1925, p. 5

3dar Boggia, Marguerite The Seven Rays under Articles.

4Ibid, Cosmic Fire. p. 211 under footnote, the World Teacher: ...The Buddha held office before the present World Teacher, and upon his Illumination, His place was taken by the Lord Maitreya, whom occidentals call the Christ.

5Ibid p. 1239

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