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Maha Chohan

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Added quote about final embodiment
== Embodiments ==
=== Homer ===
[[File:614px-William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905) - Homer and his Guide (1874).jpg|thumb|alt=caption|''Homer and his Guide'', William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1874)]]
=== Homer ===
The one who currently holds this office of Maha Chohan was embodied as the blind poet Homer, whose epic poems, the Iliad and the Odyssey, include his twin flame, Pallas Athena, as a central figure. The Iliad tells the story of the last year of the Trojan War, while the Odyssey focuses on the return home of Odysseus—one of the heroes of the Trojan War.
In his final embodiment as a shepherd in India, the light that he quietly drew forth kept the flame for millions of lifestreams. He gained his mastery by consecrating his four lower bodies as a chalice for the flame of the Holy Spirit and his consciousness as a step-down transformer for the emanations of [[Sanat Kumara]], the Ancient of Days.
The Maha Chohan has said of that embodiment:
<blockquote>I have been a shepherd in many lifetimes, caring for the sheep on the hillsides while praying to God to deliver me that I might bring deliverance to his own whom he entrusted to my care. And in the midst of my implorings to the Godhead, I was often taken up out of the body into the heaven-world and escorted by angels to academies of the Spirit where, under the tutelage of the one who held the office of Maha Chohan before me, I qualified myself to wear the mantle of the Holy Spirit.<ref>The Maha Chohan, “I Plead before the Court of the Sacred Fire for the Illumination of All Servants of God,” {{POWref|38|33|, July 30, 1995}}</ref></blockquote>
== The Holy Spirit ==

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