Маха Чохан

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Маха Чохан

Маха Чохан является представителем Святого Духа, Тот, кто занимает этот пост в иерархии, олицетворяет Святой Дух Бога Отца-МатераАльфы и Омеги – для эволюций этой планеты и элементального царства. Обитель Маха Чохана (Храм Утешения), в которой закреплены пламя Святого Духа и пламя Утешения, расположена на эфирном плане и имеет физический фокус на острове Шри-Ланка (ранее известном как Цейлон).

Близнецовое пламя Маха Чохана — Афина Паллада, Богиня Истины.

“Великий Господь”

Маха Чохан означает «Великий Господь», и Маха Чохан воистину является Великим Господом (для) семи Чоханов лучей, их руководителем. Одно из требований для кандидата на эту должность в иерархии — достижение адептства на каждом из семи лучей, которые сливаются в чистый белый цвет Святого Духа. Вместе с семью Чоханами он посвящает наши души, готовя к получению девяти даров Святого Духа, о которых говорится в Первом Послании к Коринфянам (12:4-11).

Первые три коренные расы, каждая из которых исполнила свой божественный план в отмеренный 14 000-летний цикл, имели собственных представителей Святого Духа, которые перешли на уровень космического служения вместе с соответствующими коренными расами.

Воплощения

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Гомер и его проводник, Адольф Вильям Бугро (1874)

Гомер

Тот, кто занимает сейчас пост Маха Чохана, воплощался слепым поэтом Гомером, чьи эпические поэмы «Илиада» и «Одиссея» включают в качестве главного действующего лица его близнецовое пламя — Афину Палладу. «Илиада» рассказывает историю о последнем годе Троянской войны, тогда как «Одиссея» описывает возвращение домой Одиссея — одного из героев Троянской войны.

Исторически нам мало что известно о Гомере, но большинство ученых полагает, что он написал свои поэмы в восьмом или девятом веках до нашей эры. Гомер уже тогда сонастраивал сознание с пламенем утешения, и излучение, которое он поддерживал фокусом своего сердца, было великим благословением для элементальной жизни.

Пастух в Индии

В своем последнем воплощении индийским пастухом, он скромно притягивал свет, поддерживая пламя для миллионов жизнепотоков. Он достиг мастерства, превратив свои четыре нижних тела в чашу для пламени Святого Духа, а свое сознание — в трансформатор, понижающий [интенсивность] излучения Саната Кумары, Ветхого Днями.

Маха Чохан сказал об этом воплощении:

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.[1]

The Holy Spirit

Since the Spirit of God infuses nature and man as the life-giving essence of the sacred fire, the representative of the Holy Spirit must be qualified to interpenetrate all substance through the diffusion of his consciousness and also to draw forth the flame that sustains life in man and nature through the focalization of his consciousness.

The element that corresponds to the flame of the Holy Spirit is oxygen. Without that element, neither man nor elemental life could continue their service. The consciousness of the Maha Chohan is, therefore, comparable to the Great Central Sun Magnet. He focuses the magnet upon the planet that draws to the earth the emanations from the sun that are required to sustain life.

Assisting him in this service are legions of white-fire angels who minister unto the pure white flame of the Holy Spirit of Alpha and Omega anchored in the magnificent altar of the sacred fire in his etheric retreat over the island of Sri Lanka. These angels draw the essence of the sacred fire from that flame to sustain the pranic force throughout the four lower bodies of the planet.

Also serving the Holy Comforter are pink-flame angels who tend the focus of the comfort flame in the central altar of his retreat. In an adjoining flame room, there is anchored in a crystal chalice bordered with crystal doves a white flame, tinged in pink, with gold at its base, emitting a powerful radiance of divine love. These angels carry the emanations of these flames to the four corners of the earth to the hearts of all who yearn for comfort and purity from the Father-Mother God.

The twin flames of the Holy Spirit manifested as cloven tongues of fire on the day of Pentecost when the disciples were filled with the Holy Ghost.[2] When Jesus was baptized, “he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and lighting upon him.”[3] The dove is the physical symbol of the twin flame action of the Holy Spirit, which may also be visualized as a V with wings, a focus of the masculine and feminine polarities of the Deity and a reminder that God created twin flames to represent his androgynous nature.

In the presence of the Maha Chohan and within the walls of his retreat, one feels the rhythm of the Holy Spirit, the pulsations of the sacred-fire breath of God, releasing the flow of life from the Central Sun into the hearts of all evolving upon this planet.

The Maha Chohan has referred to the Holy Spirit as the great unifying coordinator who,

... like unto a mighty weaver of old, weaves a seamless garment of ascended master light and love. The shuttle of God’s attention upon man drives forth radiant beams of descending light, scintillating fragments of purity and happiness, toward earth and into the hearts of his children, whilst the tender risings of men’s hopes, aspirations, invocations and calls for assistance do pursue the Deity in his mighty haven of cosmic purity....

As a tiny seed of light, the Holy Spirit enters into the heart of the earth, into the density of matter, that it might expand throughout the cells of form and being, of thought and perception to become a gnosis and an effulgence in the cup of consciousness. This Holy Grail of immortal substance may be unrecognized by many who pass by, but to many others it will be perceived gleaming from behind the veil. Shedding the light of that divine knowing that transcends mortal conception and is the renewing freshness of eternity’s morn, it vitalizes each moment with the God-happiness that man cognizes through infinite perceptions cast as fragments into the chalice of his own consciousness.[4]

In 1974 the beloved Maha Chohan said:

The Karmic Board has decreed that at this hour in the evolution of this lifewave and this planetary home, there has come that moment when the cosmic clock has struck. It is the hour when mankind must receive the Holy Spirit and prepare the body temple to be the dwelling place of the Most High God. In this hour of the appearing of that Spirit, it is necessary that certain numbers of mankind are purified to receive that Spirit. For unless they receive that flame and that awareness, the world as a place of evolution as you know it today will cease to exist. For you see, the balance of all phases of life and evolution cannot continue unless the Holy Spirit becomes the quickening energy and the life and light of man and woman. When the clock strikes midnight and 1974 gives way to 1975, in that moment will be the release of the spiral of the Holy Spirit to the entire planet.[5]

Then the Maha Chohan told us that the release of the final quarter of the century was “a cosmic spiral that will be for the full realization of the Holy Spirit in man, in woman, in nature, in holy child. And the probation will be a twenty-five-year period to see whether enough among mankind will be able to maintain a tabernacle for the Holy Spirit through sacrifice, surrender and self-purification.”[6]

The Maha Chohan ministers to every person on earth as we enter this world and as we exit it. At the moment of that birth, he is present to breathe the breath of life into the body and to ignite the threefold flame that is lowered into manifestation in the secret chamber of the heart.

The Maha Chohan also attends at the transition called death, when he comes to withdraw the flame of life and to withdraw the holy breath. The flame, or divine spark, returns to the Holy Christ Self, and the soul, clothed in the etheric body, also returns to the level of the Holy Christ Self. Similarly, he will minister to you at every crossroad in life, if you will but pause for a moment when making decisions, think of the Holy Spirit and simply say the mantra, “Come, Holy Spirit, enlighten me.”

The radiation of the Maha Chohan is drawn through the musical composition “Homing,” by Arthur Salmon.

See also

Chohans

Pallas Athena

Holy Spirit

Sources

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Masters and Their Retreats, s.v. “The Maha Chohan.”

  1. The Maha Chohan, “I Plead before the Court of the Sacred Fire for the Illumination of All Servants of God,” Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 38, no. 33, July 30, 1995.
  2. Acts 2:3.
  3. Matt. 3:16.
  4. The Maha Chohan, “The Descent of the Holy Spirit,” Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 7, no. 48, November 27, 1964.
  5. The Maha Chohan, “A Tabernacle of Witness for the Holy Spirit in the Final Quarter of the Century,” July 1, 1974.
  6. Ibid.