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[[Vaivasvata Manu]], the [[manu]] of the fifth [[root race]], maintains a focus in the Himalayas. The flame focused in his retreat magnetizes the souls evolving within the fifth root race to the pattern of the Christ consciousness that he holds on their behalf.  
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[[Vaivasvata Manu]], the [[manu]] of the fifth [[root race]], maintains a focus in the Himalayas. The flame focused in his retreat magnetizes the souls evolving within the fifth root race to the pattern of the [[Christ consciousness]] that he holds on their behalf.  
  
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In 1994 the [[Great Divine Director]] announced that this retreat and the retreats of all of the manus had been opened to some among mankind:  
 
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<blockquote>The upper tenth of the members of all root races who have incarnated and those who are not of the root races but of the angelic kingdom who have taken incarnation in order to teach those root races—the upper tenth, then, began at summer solstice ... to attend an accelerated course at the etheric retreats of the manus: at [[Rakoczy Mansion|my own retreat]] and the retreats of the [[God and Goddess Meru]], Lord [[Himalaya]] and Vaivasvata Manu.<ref>The Great Divine Director, “I Come to Sound the Alarm: Save Souls Who Will Be Lost without Your Intercession,” {{POWref|37|29|, July 19, 1994}}</ref></blockquote>
 
<blockquote>The upper tenth of the members of all root races who have incarnated and those who are not of the root races but of the angelic kingdom who have taken incarnation in order to teach those root races—the upper tenth, then, began at summer solstice ... to attend an accelerated course at the etheric retreats of the manus: at [[Rakoczy Mansion|my own retreat]] and the retreats of the [[God and Goddess Meru]], Lord [[Himalaya]] and Vaivasvata Manu.<ref>The Great Divine Director, “I Come to Sound the Alarm: Save Souls Who Will Be Lost without Your Intercession,” {{POWref|37|29|, July 19, 1994}}</ref></blockquote>
  
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Vaivasvata Manu, the manu of the fifth root race, maintains a focus in the Himalayas. The flame focused in his retreat magnetizes the souls evolving within the fifth root race to the pattern of the Christ consciousness that he holds on their behalf.

In 1994 the Great Divine Director announced that this retreat and the retreats of all of the manus had been opened to some among mankind:

The upper tenth of the members of all root races who have incarnated and those who are not of the root races but of the angelic kingdom who have taken incarnation in order to teach those root races—the upper tenth, then, began at summer solstice ... to attend an accelerated course at the etheric retreats of the manus: at my own retreat and the retreats of the God and Goddess Meru, Lord Himalaya and Vaivasvata Manu.[1]

Sources

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Masters and Their Retreats, s.v. “Vaivasvata Manu’s Retreat in the Himalayas.”

  1. The Great Divine Director, “I Come to Sound the Alarm: Save Souls Who Will Be Lost without Your Intercession,” Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 37, no. 29, July 19, 1994.