Lemurian Scrolls


Areas Of Service


Chapter 10

127 ¶Within each of our monasteries there are four divisions of service, and within each division our experts and artisans work and serve and train young Lemurians in our culture. A lot of our occupation was directed toward educating Lemurians into remembering their heritage and culture as they traversed the bonds of animal instinct, refined their bodies and began to become more like us, or the way they originally were. So, each monastery is a vast university where learning in all areas of art and culture, science and interplanetary configurations of travel and communications is taught. We are concerned with the perpetuation of the culture and the constant dissemination of the cosmic rays. We even train animals here prior to their release of the soul inhabiting the body. There is a certain language that is used to speak to the animal that the soul within it will hear. The impressions of the knowledge they acquire are carried over in their next birth in a Lemurian body.§

Cleaving Together in Monasteries §

128 ¶Many thousands of years ago we realized that as we began to experience the fire of entering the animal chain of fleshy birth and death, we lost contact with our culture in returning to the human body. Those of us in our original bodies began, therefore, to cleave together in structures such as we have today, keeping in close, constant communication with our great Mahādevas in a never-ending effort to guide the soul back into human manifestation, but in a flesh body more conducive to withstand the vibrations of the Dvāpara and Kali Yugas and survive through them than our original bodies are. So, constant training of the old and young alike is necessary. Each Lemurian sādhaka entering the monastery is intricately trained in his first four circles in a personal skill to which he is best adapted, depending upon the lineage whence his body came, in philosophy and the inner arts and sciences.§

When Sādhakas Departed§

129 ¶Occasionally a sādhaka left the monastery, and we arranged for him to mate so that the race would be perpetuated. He later would become a teacher and train young ones to enter the monastery as sādhakas at a very early age. This training took place in the dwellings in which they lived. The teachers of this kind were brought away from their families periodically and were trained by us to disseminate knowledge to all those who lived outside the monastery. They are the educators of our time. The monastery, their university, provides systematic dissemination of knowledge to them which they spread out, first to their immediate family and then to all who will listen.§

Within the monastery itself, the monastics were always of the male gender, and those who had never mated were chosen. They performed all of the duties, the ceremonies and carried out the teaching of our intricate and profound culture. §

Various Avenues of Service§

130 ¶Within the monastery itself, the Lemurians were always of the male gender, and those who had never mated were chosen. They performed all of the duties, the ceremonies and carried out the teaching of our intricate and profound culture. They build the dwellings, make the repairs, but they do not grow our food or gather it. Those who mate and produce the species grow the food. The more elderly and more advanced carry out scientific pursuits and advance the culture through the constant adjustments they make within the culture itself through new findings as the forces of this yuga wane and the forces of the next begin. These monastics, priestly scientists, some among them Lemurians themselves, are highly venerated by us and their counterparts on other planets.§

Lemurian Carriers of Darshan§

131 ¶Each time the configuration of the planets formed a straight line, the Lemurians would leave the monastery—this time not incognito, as they usually did as carriers of the divine darshan—and festively parade through the countryside as we used to on many of the planets before arriving here. Hence, the cosmic rays emanating through our temple—sustained by the surrounding monastery and disseminated to the surrounding countryside through the mind flows of the monastics—sustained the force of the entire community from this one central hub, our temple. Occasionally the darshan did not penetrate deeply enough into certain areas of the instinctive mind that were being developed through coming out of the animal kingdom back into human form. To counteract the force of the animal instincts entering the human realm, we send monastics incognito into these areas to be a temple unto themselves and channel a charge of cosmic ray into these mind flows, thus challenging and charging the very nature of the energies employed, thus refining that segment of the race. These carriers of the darshan are trained for this occupation and service. They are particularly strong and adept, knowledgeable and profound and wary that they are not captured by the forces they are sent to rechannel. These carriers of the darshan will appear yuga after yuga in human form, our prophets say, to stabilize the mass of souls who will be in the morass of the feelings of the flesh and keep them reminded of their divine heritage.§

Absence of Personal Preference§

132 ¶In entering a Lemurian monastery, a young sādhaka presents himself. He has no personal motivation or pre-determined idea, other than he presents himself for service. Occasionally one comes and is more delighted with one kind of service than another. He’s not accepted and sent to the family for training of potential sādhaka which is given there. Each one here is here to serve our Mahādeva in the great divine plan and for the fulfillment of the reason and purpose of our coming to this planet, the one with fire in it, the fire planet. Oddly enough, the one thing we did not know when we came to this planet was that the fire which would kindle our evolution on Earth was the eventual obtaining of the body similar to the original body through the animal kingdom, a body with fire in it.§

Initiation for Inner Plane Assignments§

133 ¶There is a willing joyousness, a children-like glee in awe and happiness here. Slowly working back through the flames of fire into the Self, the power will enable each soul to leave the planet and enter the others that require this maturity to be accessed. Therefore, when each monastic learns his area of service, he lives with it, and no one moves into another area of the four divisions of our monastery unless he deserves to do so by the virtue of his age. For after the fourth circle of training—and he is chosen by his artisan in his seventh circle—he’s given inner tasks to perform by his guru and allowed to work within the strata of mental space. This great gift only occurred after initiation. Some of our gurus have given 18, 20 to 25 initiations, or various degrees of inner plane assignments. Powerful gurus such as these give their monastics guardianship of individual cosmic rays that permeate the temples of their monasteries, stabilizing the different mind flows. These are taught intricately and privately to them by their guru.§

Blending in, Working Quietly§

134 ¶It is easy to tell whether one has had initiation or not, for the ones that have been initiated we refer to as the ones we cannot see, the absent ones. They never stand out among the others, but blend with and fade into their surroundings imperceptibly. In ever-increasing inner work and service they are being trained and involved, keeping them thus occupied. Thus, this great priesthood of Lemurian souls, working together on many intricate levels of mind flow, channel through cosmic rays and the emanations of the Central Sun, stabilizing all the peoples of the Earth through the constant dissemination of this darshan.§

Our gurus of this time occupy Lemurian bodies as well as original bodies. They were some of the guides who brought us to this planet many thousands of circles ago. Some of them have fifty or more and others ten, still others five monasteries and temples, all run on a similar pattern. §

Gurus Of Inner Groups§

135 ¶Our gurus of this time occupy Lemurian bodies as well as original bodies. They were some of the guides who brought us to this planet many thousands of circles ago. Some of them have fifty or more and others ten, still others five monasteries and temples, all run on a similar pattern that I have been describing. Each one contained a well-trained group performing their tasks so admirably that the surrounding countryside resided in peace and protection from the impending forces of the age to come.§

Transferring Family Ties To the Guru§

136 ¶Many games are played in these monasteries, and a joyous atmosphere precipitated constantly through them. Since the herd emotion precipitated through the Lemurians, their main difference was to detach the long streamers of force that hung around them in the psychic atmosphere to the family that bore their body. They worked within themselves to do this by attaching this force to the guru and the Mahādeva. When this was accomplished, they were calm and content and joyous in the new surroundings of cosmic radiations, which was sometimes difficult for them to bear. They were careful never to attach these streamers of force, or any part of it, to another monastic, be he their artisan or simply a counterpart of the same herd whence their body evolved. This is the only basic personal area of struggle a new sādhaka inwardly goes through. An intricate training is given to him to help him in the replacement of this psychic streamer of umbilical-like force he must detach and reattach into his new place of service.§

Precipitating A Sublime Joyousness§

137 ¶All correction and training was given to him so as not to enliven animal impulses within him. Therefore, artisans and experts in any one of the areas of our monasteries always take onto themselves the responsibilities for those apprenticing with them, so that this constant expression of childlike joy always precipitates and no animal emotion, therefore, is allowed to arise from any one of the Lemurians in the monastery, which would strongly inhibit the dissemination of cosmic rays. Psychic ties to the family were often immediately reconnected to the guru and Mahādeva by the devas themselves if they were asked in a proper way.§

Deferring Praise and Respect§

138 ¶Great reverence and respect was given to a Lemurian monastic because of his accomplishment in one of the four areas of service, as well as his ability to train his apprentices to accomplish, for this is how one guru was able to acquire more monasteries, by sending these accomplished monastics to another vicinity, starting the same pattern all over again. As was the custom, no one accepted respect or praise, though it is freely given, for they felt it inhibited their direct channel into the mind flow of the Mahādeva. They would say, “Let the lion be and do his work. If you pet the lion in this way, he will stop his work, become hungry, and your hand might be too close to his mouth.” Most of our stories were in accordance with the nature of the herd and species of animals the Lemurian bodies heralded from.§

Training— The Guru’s Main Effort§

139 ¶Artisans and craftsmen were sent by the guru to other monasteries for several cycles to train others, and our prophets say this apprenticeship system of the dissemination of knowledge will be carried by the inhabitants of this planet through the Kali Yuga. The major work of our guru is to teach new sādhakas entrance into our monastery, disseminate knowledge to them for the fulfillment of their destiny, the maturing into the Self, and give them the grace of the ability to conduct good ceremony, contacting our Mahādeva, who gives inspiration and direction for the perpetuation of our race into the next yuga. We strongly avoid Lemurian monastics’ acquiring too diverse a knowledge in the exterior mind. This is left for the Lemurians who live in the exterior mind who do not enter a monastery. ”Those who mate learn of many things, but none too well of any,” our guru recently observed.§

Two Voices: Guru’s and Mahādeva’s §

140 ¶Our gurus are ordained by the Mahādeva to see to the proper running of the temple and the monastery. This ordination took place on the planet whence the guru heralded. Though the temple is the abode of the voice of the Mahādeva and His devonic helpers, the monastery is the voice of the guru subtly working through its many mind flows. In each monastery that a guru owned through his administration of it, there too was a temple in which his voice was heard, adjacent to the temple of the Deity.§