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Ele e sua família introduziram o conceito de "céu" ao povo chinês e também estabeleceram a idéia do "Mandato do Céu", ou o direito divino de governar. Aqueles que receberam o mandato de governar tinham a responsabilidade de defendê-lo com integridade e honra. Assim, era seu dever sagrado governar com bondade e justiça. E se não o fizessem, seriam derrubados e seus altos cargos lhes seriam tirados.   
 
Ele e sua família introduziram o conceito de "céu" ao povo chinês e também estabeleceram a idéia do "Mandato do Céu", ou o direito divino de governar. Aqueles que receberam o mandato de governar tinham a responsabilidade de defendê-lo com integridade e honra. Assim, era seu dever sagrado governar com bondade e justiça. E se não o fizessem, seriam derrubados e seus altos cargos lhes seriam tirados.   
  
Confucius looked to the Duke as his model and believed it was his mission to reestablish the principles and culture of the early Chou era, which was thought to have been a golden age. In his early life, Confucius often dreamt about the Duke of Chou instructing him in the ancient wisdom. In the ''Analects'' he lamented, “Extreme indeed is my decline. It is a long time since I dreamed that I saw the Duke of Chou.”  
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Confúcio considerava o Duque como seu modelo e acreditava que era sua missão restabelecer os princípios e a cultura do início da era Chou, que se pensava ter sido uma era de ouro. No início de sua vida, Confúcio costumava sonhar com o duque de Chou instruindo-o na sabedoria antiga. Nos ''Analectos'', ele lamentou: “Extremo é realmente o meu declínio. Faz muito tempo desde que sonhei que vi o duque de Chou.”  
  
 
The most famous book by the Duke of Chou is ''The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine''—the oldest known book on medicine in the world. It deals with anatomy and the causes, diagnoses and treatments of diseases. It describes the transformation of energy from yin to yang and back to yin in five stages through the fire, earth, metal, water and tree. Through this circle every organ in our body has its own characteristics, according to the stage of energy by which it is created and the energy that flows through it. These characteristics are expressed physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. The principles in this book have become the foundation of the macrobiotic diet.   
 
The most famous book by the Duke of Chou is ''The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine''—the oldest known book on medicine in the world. It deals with anatomy and the causes, diagnoses and treatments of diseases. It describes the transformation of energy from yin to yang and back to yin in five stages through the fire, earth, metal, water and tree. Through this circle every organ in our body has its own characteristics, according to the stage of energy by which it is created and the energy that flows through it. These characteristics are expressed physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. The principles in this book have become the foundation of the macrobiotic diet.   

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O Duque de Chou, uma encarnação do Senhor Lanto

Chohan do segundo raio; um mestre ascenso em cuja presença a sublimidade da mente de Deus pode ser tocada e conhecida. Mestre dos sábios e filósofos, o Senhor Lanto nos ensina a sendada mestria através da iluminação, definição e domínio no chakra da coroa.

Depois de estudar com o Senhor Himalaya e conseguir a sua mestria no retiro do Lótus Azul, o Senhor Lanto decidiu usar a pluma amarela para envolver os corações de toda a humanidade. Ele dedica-se ao aperfeiçoamento das evoluções deste planeta por meio da iluminação do Cristo Cósmico. A sua chama dourada carrega um momentum de vitória divina para a juventude do mundo.

Encarnações

Veio como voluntário com Sanat Kumara

Lanto se ofereceu com Sanat Kumara, o Ancião de Dias, para vir à Terra há muito tempo para o resgate do planeta e suas evoluções. Um dos Guardiães da Chama original, elr desempenhou um papel nos primeiros esforcos de Sanat Kumara para buscar a humanidade de sua descida escura.

As multidões que se ofereceram para acompanhar Sanat Kumara em sua missão à estrela escura buscaram nada menos que o reacender da Centelha Divina na humanidade que, através da involução, havia perdido o fogo original e a inteligência animadora (gênero) de sua Divindade. Eles pretenderam fazer isso a partir do altar de Shamballa, através do Grande Ser, que se exilou no planeta Terra com o único propósito de manter a chama da Vida.

Lemúria e Atlântida

Ele foi um sumo-sacerdote no Templo da Mãe Divina, no continente que afundou no Pacífico, conhecido como Lemúria. Teve outras encarnações na Atlântida, assim como tiveram também todos os chohans dos raios.

Nos últimos dias da Lemúria, os responsáveis pelas chamas que ardiam nos altares dos templos foram advertidos sobre o cataclismo que se aproximava. Eles removeram as chamas levando-as para locais seguros e colocaram-nas em outros retiros físicos ou transferiram-nas para a oitava etérica. Foi o Senhor Lanto que transportou a chama da precipitação e a depositou na região das montanhas do Grand Teton, na América do Norte.

A chama da precipitação é de um verde chinês, salpicado do amarelo do segundo raio. Essa chama, que arde no Retiro do Royal Teton, contém a qualidade de consciência que torna os americanos extremamente práticos, desenvolvendo uma ciência aplicada e uma tecnologia que os leva de volta aos tempos de Mu, cujo desenvolvimento tecnológico superava o atual. É uma chama de abundância que possibilita a precipitação da riqueza, assim como a da felicidade, da alegria e da consciência do Cristo Universal.

Duque de Chou

O Senhor Lanto encarnou na antiga China como o Duque de Chou (1105 a.C.) que é considerado um dos maiores estadistas da história da China, e o verdadeiro fundador da tradição confucionista. O Duque de Chou, seu pai King Wen e seu irmao estabeleceram a dinastia Chou. Eles lideraram a retirada da dinastia corrupta Shang e seu regente alcólatra e psicopata.

Como arquiteto do novo governo, o Duque de Chou escreveu manuais sobre organização governamental, ritual e propriedade. Ele também compôs música. O Duque de Chou disse uma vez: "Estou preocupado apenas com o céu e o povo".[1]

Ele e sua família introduziram o conceito de "céu" ao povo chinês e também estabeleceram a idéia do "Mandato do Céu", ou o direito divino de governar. Aqueles que receberam o mandato de governar tinham a responsabilidade de defendê-lo com integridade e honra. Assim, era seu dever sagrado governar com bondade e justiça. E se não o fizessem, seriam derrubados e seus altos cargos lhes seriam tirados.

Confúcio considerava o Duque como seu modelo e acreditava que era sua missão restabelecer os princípios e a cultura do início da era Chou, que se pensava ter sido uma era de ouro. No início de sua vida, Confúcio costumava sonhar com o duque de Chou instruindo-o na sabedoria antiga. Nos Analectos, ele lamentou: “Extremo é realmente o meu declínio. Faz muito tempo desde que sonhei que vi o duque de Chou.”

The most famous book by the Duke of Chou is The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine—the oldest known book on medicine in the world. It deals with anatomy and the causes, diagnoses and treatments of diseases. It describes the transformation of energy from yin to yang and back to yin in five stages through the fire, earth, metal, water and tree. Through this circle every organ in our body has its own characteristics, according to the stage of energy by which it is created and the energy that flows through it. These characteristics are expressed physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. The principles in this book have become the foundation of the macrobiotic diet.

It is believed that Confucius was embodied at the time of the Duke of Chou and helped him implement his ideals for God-government. When Confucius reembodied in China five hundred years later, he edited the six Chinese classics, including the I Ching, which had been written by King Wen.

Ruler of China

Lanto was later embodied as a ruler of China at the time of Confucius (551 to 479 B.C.) Together with his more renowned contemporaries Confucius and Gautama Buddha, he held the golden flame of illumination on behalf of the Chinese people for many, many centuries. This flame is anchored in China in the retreat of the archangels Jophiel and Christine, which is located in central China.

This flame is the primordial light of the yellow race which when harnessed through the illumined ones gave cultural impetus to China at a time when the rest of the world, having either rejected or missed altogether the Christ flame in the ones sent, was karmically locked in an age of barbarism. The greatness of China is reflective of the consciousness of Lanto, the master who endowed her, and of the masters who endowed him—the Ancient of Days, Lord Himalaya, Gautama Buddha and Lord Maitreya.

Before his ascension Lord Lanto determined that the light from his own heart flame should shine forth physically as living proof to his disciples that the threefold flame, as in past and coming golden ages, is the Word that is made flesh and that it can be thus expanded and intensified by the priority of the adept.

Affirming with (or aeons before) the proverbial Job, “Yet in my flesh shall I see God!” Lanto, by the dynamism of his decrees from the heart, his devoutness to the living Word as the Universal Christ ever with him, and his consecration of the chakras to the sacred fire of the Mother did achieve what none other in earth’s recorded history since the Fall had done: Lanto so adored the Trinity in the tripartite light of his innermost being that the intense glow of that divine spark could actually be seen through his flesh form emanating a soft golden glow through his chest. This he maintained in honor of Sanat Kumara until his ascension around 500 B.C.—“a memorial to all generations” who are the issue of the I AM THAT I AM—in order that the original lightbearers might recall the mission to illumine the dark star.

His mission today

Master of the fiery core of excellence at the heart of Wisdom’s Ray, hence devotee par excellence of the Divine Mother’s white fire lilies, Lanto remains the Guru of gurus not only of the Chinese, whom he desires to assist in once again raising up the flame of illumination, but also of all souls who share his love for the golden Sunward path of the Buddhas and bodhisattvas under Sanat Kumara.

Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries Lanto has stood faithfully behind the efforts of Saint Germain to liberate mankind through his release of the ascended masters’ teachings on the I AM Presence and the violet fire.

On July 3, 1958, the ascended master Confucius succeeded Lord Lanto as hierarch of the Royal Teton Retreat. With attainment far beyond that required either of retreat hierarch or chohan, Lanto accepted from Kuthumi the office of lord of the second ray on that date (this blessed brother who had worshiped the God of Peace as Saint Francis having already in 1956 joined Jesus in the office of World Teacher).

On October 30, 1966, in cooperation with the God and Goddess Meru, Lanto was granted the dispensation by the Karmic Board for a “mighty transcendent golden flame of illumination” to pulsate three hundred feet into the atmosphere over the colleges, universities, divinity and theological schools of America and the world whose students and faculty were and would be receptive to knowledge from higher spheres. Any students of any school of higher learning may call this flame into action on behalf of the faculty and student body.

The ascended master Lanto conducts classes at the Royal Teton Retreat, the initial retreat of the Great White Brotherhood to which the neophyte may ask to be taken. Here we learn the fundamentals of the path of initiation. Because of the dispensation of opening the seven retreats of the seven chohans, many tens of thousands of souls are receiving training at inner levels to accelerate their consciousness for the New Age.

Lord Lanto also tries to give us a sense of our worth instead of the feeling of self-deprecation so common among men today:

Man is a God in the becoming, but he can never know this while he thinks earthly thoughts. He can never know this by worldly knowledge, for the things of this world are foolishness with God.[2] And in the eyes of God, the only real values are those that free man from the eclipse of being that has concealed the sun of God’s Presence from his eyes. And it is this sun that will awaken his spiritual senses that enable him to see with Saint Paul the face of the Master and to hear his cry “It is hard for thee to kick against the pricks.”[3]

Meditation on Lord Lanto and his golden lotus flame may be accompanied by the music of “Song to the Evening Star” from Tannhäuser, by Wagner (keynote of the Royal Teton Retreat). The wisdom of Lanto is excelled by few ascended beings serving this earth. His flame should be invoked daily on behalf of the youth of the world.

See also

Chohans

For more information

For more on Lanto’s teachings, see the chapters on Lord Lanto in Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Lords of the Seven Rays.

Sources

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

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Lords of the Seven Rays

Elizabeth Clare Prophet, “Confucius’ Formula for Family and Community Building,” Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 41, no. 32, August 9, 1998.

Elizabeth Clare Prophet, April 15, 1988.

  1. Confúcio, Analectos 7:13; James Legge, The Chinese Classics, 2ª ed., Rev. (reimpressão da edição de 1893), 1:199, 68.
  2. I Cor. 3:19.
  3. Acts 9:5; Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Understanding Yourself: A Spiritual Approach to Self-Discovery and Soul-Awareness, p. 153.