Lemurian Scrolls


Mystic Skills

गुह्य कौशलानि

Chapter 11

141 ¶Craftsmanship is long and tedious and sometimes consumes an entire lifetime of an apprentice, who perhaps never becomes an artisan unless he is sent by his guru to another monastery to fulfill this function. Each one is a specialist in carving some part of our rock-cave-city environments. An apprentice may be given to learn the intricacies of carving one flower in stone and perform the same function time and time again without variation for the totality of his ability to inhabit the same fleshy form, all the while working inwardly with the great darshan flow after initiation. Similar specialties occurred in each of the four areas of service within every Lemurian monastery.§

Outer Knowledge, Inner Training§

142 ¶Knowledge about life on the planet which we inhabit, the planets whence we came and the intricacies of our stay here since arrival was always given to the young male by his family or an authorized family instructor prior to his entering the monastery. Therefore, this kind of training we did not disseminate, but interrogated him quite thoroughly upon his arrival as to the extent of his knowledge. The less he knew of these matters in their intricacies, the better he could serve the Mahādeva, it was felt, and he would be in the temple or close to it. The more he knew of the intricacies and involvements of the external affairs of our planet, and the nature and herdsmanship of various animals and peoples upon it, the more he would most likely serve in craftsmanship, dealing with materials of the planet itself, such as stone and the denser substances which constructed our environment and protections from the winds and elements that were treacherous to our bodies.§

Qualities Of the Artisans§

143 ¶Monastic years kept an intricate balance precipitating between the artisan and his apprentices of about nine or ten monastic years difference between the artisan and his apprentice. An artisan is always chosen because of his power to convey and cause another to learn. In many of our monasteries there are many, many apprentices well qualified to be artisans, but not allowed to be because they have not developed the power to convey their skills to another who serves alongside of them systematically enough to cause him to learn to be as proficient as they themselves are.§

Training In Personal Behavior§

144 ¶An artisan, ordained by virtue of his monastic years, after his seventieth year not only conveyed the skill to his apprentices, but trained them in other aspects of our culture, such as the abilities to relate one to another, to the guru and the Mahādeva, our Deity, as well as various modes of philosophy, behavior, games and dress. These artisans, the guru and the senior group of us always held ourselves fully responsible for the apprentices under artisans of thirty to forty monastic years of age; and they were carefully trained in other areas of the monastery-temple and in their personal deportment by senior monastics, especially trained to perform this kind of service, all of whom have accrued more than seventy monastic circles. When an artisan over seventy monastic circles fully trained an apprentice, he and he alone is considered mature enough to be transferred to another monastery and serve as artisan, providing he meets the qualifications of being able to convey knowledge and skill and cause another to perform.§

Our artisans are the most mature of the Lemurians in all of these many monasteries and temples controlled by these many gurus on the Earth at this time. Often the artisan sits with his guru, receiving instructions and advice. §

Artisans: Mature and Responsible§

145 ¶Each artisan was the first to arrive and the last to leave in performing his task. This is our custom. He, too, is never idle, but on occasion walks among his apprentices, giving correction and advice. They were always together, artisan and apprentices; even in the temple they would be seen sitting together. They would play games together. Our artisans are the most mature of the Lemurians in all of these many monasteries and temples controlled by these many gurus on the Earth at this time. Often the artisan sits with his guru, receiving instructions and advice. They are seen sitting together, for each one is professional in his area of government, working under the greatest guidance of the guru and his devas. A guru presiding over fifty monasteries may also preside over five hundred artisans.§

Emulating The Inner Perfection§

146 ¶The Lemurians were all tremendously skilled at developing a skill which manipulated the external form and refined it into being as much like the original body as possible. Therefore, what is produced in the form of artwork and carving was produced to refine the form rather than adorn our buildings, which, of course, was the result of producing many refined Lemurian forms, or bodies. We also have much embellishment around to appreciate, causing this world to appear as if it were the inner world within these many monasteries.§

Coordinating The Four Divisions§

147 ¶The four divisions of our monastery each had some one being who worked directly with the group of beings who also divided themselves into four divisions as a channel to coordinate the monastics within the four divisions. The devas hovered over and through each of our monasteries, but serving within these four divisions were highly skilled devas who disseminated knowledge and direction to all of the artisans and experts. The one senior artisan in each division saw to the smooth adjustments of the force within the division itself. This coordination has the effect of training a senior Lemurian monastic to perform a similar function as we in our original bodies do, and in years to come, a new senior group will form within each monastery as the forces of this planet become too harsh for these original bodies in which we live to persist.§

Lemurians On Special Missions§

148 ¶Many of these advanced Lemurians are here on a special mission to stabilize these monasteries in their four aspects, direct from the planet from which they were sent. Therefore, they perform this function for us with ease and agility. They tell of receiving their instructions before arrival here which ring out in their memory of the inner mind clearly. These are the ones that chose the sites of our structures and established patterns of performing the different skills. They are totally given up to their mission. Our libraries, developed through the centuries, written by anonymous monastics inside, delve into the core of existence and the complexities of space. These are the nameless ones, and our names change frequently as we move from monastery to monastery. In each monastery we are known by a different name. The gurus of our culture and time meet, converse and discuss the future of our race. They meet on mountaintops and in valleys with a solitary lake.§

Dissertations Through The Wall§

149 ¶In the wall surrounding a monastery many openings appeared, and a great hall was built outside it. Those who mated came close to this wall and listened to dissertations given by us out of inner states of mind through a hole carved in the wall. We never identify ourselves to them as being one species or another, as the animals do when they howl at each other. We simply speak through this carved hole in the wall our knowledge and let it rest in the ear and mind of the listener. §

Lemurian monastics sleep through the darkest part of the night, and during the full moon they do not sleep at all. We in our original bodies do not perform this function and have a consciousness which precipitates as long as this body does through the Sun and through the absence of light of the Sun.§

Tubes in the Wall for Meditation§

150 ¶We also had large holes in the wall or tubes in mountain walls where the Lemurians slept at night, left the physical body and conversed in inner planes. None of these tubes is directly above another, so that they left the physical form with ease. Lemurian monastics sleep through the darkest part of the night, and during the full moon they do not sleep at all. We in our original bodies do not perform this function and have a consciousness which precipitates as long as this body does through the Sun and through the absence of light of the Sun. Full consciousness is permitted because of the nature of the structure of this form. Our guru, on an inner plane at night, calls all of us in his many monasteries together in our place in a great inner plane hall constructed for this purpose. This is where we see him in his resplendent form. These great palaces contain thousands who meet while their physical bodies sleep; whereas we in our original bodies are also there and fully conscious of the occurrences without leaving the body.§

Two Mind Flows: Concise And Casual§

151 ¶Nearly everything within a Lemurian monastery is in two sections of mind flow, one highly formalized and concise. This bearing would comprise two of the four divisions. The other two divisions are generally more casual, relaxed. Within these were those who performed ceremony within the temple, prepared our nourishment, and those that, through the accomplishment of the destiny and the great maturation of their soul, sent through a tremendous darshan of their own as a birth of their own being.§

A Monastery’s Fulfillment of Purpose§

152 ¶When a Lemurian monastery reached its fullness of intensity and precision and we were assured by the Mahādeva that the darshan, cosmic rays and the emanations of the Central Sun would remain permanent and stationary through the temple into the next Sat Yuga, even permeate through the core of the Earth yuga after yuga, then and only then did the temple and monastery fulfill its purpose, reach its fullness. When this occurred, we carefully took the monastery-temple apart. A lake was formed in its place. We divided each of the four sections, who went to four different other monasteries, never to return to the spot again, allowing the Deities and devas to disseminate the darshan. We worked with them to establish that particular place on the surface of the Earth for many yugas to come.§

An Array of Remarkable Abilities§

153 ¶We value our abilities to perform this function, the creating of a great temple, a great environment, a great cosmic ray of putting this planet in tune with the core of the universal mind of great beings on other planets. We value our abilities of being able to train the Lemurians to be skilled enough to refine the form of their bodies, built through mating, that they will sustain the culture. These abilities accrue as this refinement persists while they carve a great statue that they will never look upon, write a great book that they will never read, weave a fine fabric that will never be worn, carve the divine image of our Mahādeva, keep it in a perfect state of being finished until it is carved so small that it disappears, to live a life so fully and skilled until they dissolved into the essence of their own reality. This is the heritage we leave the Lemurians as the forces of the Dvāpara Yuga dissolve these forms we now inhabit.§