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[[Messenger]] for the [[Great White Brotherhood]] from the late 1920s to the year 1939, when he made his [[ascension]] on December 31. Now the ascended master Godfre, he ensouls the consciousness of God-obedience. With his wife and [[twin flame]], [[Edna Ballard]] (who ascended February 12, 1971), he founded the [[I AM movement]] under the direction of the ascended master [[Saint Germain]]. His pen name was Godfré Ray King, hers Lotus Ray King. Their most important works are ''Unveiled Mysteries'', ''The Magic Presence'', and ''The “I AM” Discourses''.
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Guy W. Ballard

Main article: Godfre

Messenger for the Great White Brotherhood from the late 1920s to the year 1939, when he made his ascension on December 31. Now the ascended master Godfre, he ensouls the consciousness of God-obedience. With his wife and twin flame, Edna Ballard (who ascended February 12, 1971), he founded the I AM movement under the direction of the ascended master Saint Germain. His pen name was Godfré Ray King, hers Lotus Ray King. Their most important works are Unveiled Mysteries, The Magic Presence, and The “I AM” Discourses.

Sources

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