Goddess of Peace

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The Goddess of Peace serves at the Temple of Peace located over the Hawaiian Islands. She represents the feminine aspect of the flame of peace to the evolutions of earth and works directly with the elementals to infuse that flame within nature. She teaches classes on the activities of the flame of peace to unascended mankind and shows how, through devotion to peace, they may qualify for admittance to the halls of Luxor to prepare for their ascension in the light. Without peace there is no harmony, and without harmony one can never gain entrance to the Ascension Temple.

Her momentum of the flame of peace may be invoked to still the waters of human emotion, the confusion of the mind, the inner or outer action of the physical body and the turbulence of the subconscious world. Her mantle of peace should be invoked around mothers bearing incoming souls in order that these souls might attune with the immaculate design for their approaching destiny in the world of form.

The Goddess of Peace says:

Beloved ones of the planet Earth, as Saint Germain has so often told you, only by pursuing the way of your own Divine Self can you ever find and know true peace. Myriad notions have entered and do enter men’s consciousness, and as they follow each one to its ultimate end, they find that it did not provide one iota of permanent happiness. Life can become a bottomless pit of seeking where lesser goals are sought and attained, sometimes to the soul’s own hurt. But by calling forth ideals of peace from the heart of the Prince of Peace and by calling for the rule of heaven’s peace to hold sway over the entire earth, man fulfills the larger goals of the great divine plan and satisfies thereby his daily requirements of ordered service, brotherly love and individual unfoldment.[1]


Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Masters and Their Retreats, s.v. “Peace, Goddess of.”

  1. Goddess of Peace, Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 6, no. 32, August 9, 1963.