Sons and daughters of God

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(1) Sons and daughters of God are those who come forth as the fruit of the divine union of the spirals of Alpha and Omega; those who have the Christ with them as the Immanuel. The creation of the Father-Mother God (Elohim) made in the image and likeness of the Divine Us, identified by the threefold flame of Life anchored within the heart.

(2) On the Path, the term “sons and daughters of God” denotes a level of initiation and a rank in hierarchy that is above those who are called the children of God—children in the sense that they have not passed the initiations of the sacred fire that would warrant their being called joint-heirs with Christ, hence sons and daughters of God.


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