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Omri-Tas is the Ruler of the Violet Planet. Saint Germain has told us that Omri-Tas carries such an intensity of violet flame and of the seventh ray in his aura that it extends far beyond the actual size of planet Earth.

Omri-Tas makes his abode with the Lord of the World at Shamballa (over the Gobi desert), where he and his retinue of servants of the Most High God have vowed to keep the violet flame of freedom on earth. His divine complement keeps the vigil in the heart of the Violet Planet with one hundred and forty-four thousand priests of the sacred fire.

The Violet Planet

Main article: Violet Planet

The evolutions of the Violet Planet have served the violet flame for aeons and use the violet flame to tend to all the needs of daily life—to clean their homes, to care for and purify the planet, and even to wash and bathe in. Menial chores are performed by violet-flame angels and elementals, which allows the people time to pursue the path of adeptship and to serve other planetary homes.

Across the Violet Planet, one hundred and forty-four thousand priests of the sacred fire tend the violet flame day and night and perform ceremonies and rituals of the violet flame at thousands of altars.

Omri-Tas has one hundred and forty-four thousand priests of the sacred fire serving in his command who may be called upon at any time for an intense and fiery release of the violet flame on behalf of mankind and the elemental kingdom.

Violet flame dispensations

Main article: Violet flame dispensations from Omri-Tas

Over the years, Omri-Tas has released specific violet-flame dispensations to assist the chelas of Saint Germain and to uplift the earth. We can call to Omri-Tas to reactivate and multiply these dispensations.

See also

Violet flame dispensations from Omri-Tas

Omri-Tas and Saint Germain’s Day

Violet Planet

Violet flame


Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Masters and Their Retreats, s.v. “Omri-Tas.”