Manu

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Sanskrit for the progenitor and lawgiver of the evolutions of God on earth.

The Manu and his divine complement are twin flames assigned by the Father-Mother God to sponsor and ensoul the Christic image for a certain evolution or lifewave that is known as a root race—souls who embody as a group and have a unique archetypal pattern, divine plan, and mission to fulfill on earth.

  • Lord Himalaya with his Beloved is the Manu for the fourth root race.

The Manus are beloved God-parents who respond instantaneously to the call of their children with the comforting presence of their Light endued with such great Power/Wisdom/Love as to quiver the ethers and make each little one feel at Home in the arms of God even in the darkest hour.

See also

Root race

Sources

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Saint Germain On Alchemy: Formulas for Self-Transformation.