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The Adepts and Animals
On May 17th, 1959, the Master Aetherius, a Cosmic Master, spoke through the yogic mediumship of Dr. George King to the attendees of a special Power Circle at Aetherius House in London. He informed them that there were three specially trained Adepts who had come to Earth on a mission to transmute the black magicians who were manipulating the evil forces upon Earth.
The term “black magician” refers to the type of magic these beings performed, not their skin color. These sinister beings lived on the lower realms of Earth. These lower realms are just as physical as this realm that we live on, but they vibrate at a lower frequency. These black magicians were powerful and they were able to influence this realm that we live on, causing division, fear and even war.
The Three Adepts that the Master Aetherius referred to were Interplanetary Beings, and were joined on their Mission by another two Cosmic Masters, also known as Adept Number Four and Adept Number Five and by the Master Babaji, who is the Lord of Earth and was also known as Adept Number Six. We now refer to these as “The Six Adepts.”
The Six Adepts had many Missions that we know of from the 1950s until 1997, when Adept Number One, Dr. George King passed from this plane.
Through their numerous battles, and other forms of assistance, the Adepts have saved humanity many times. The level of compassion that they have for the Mother Earth and humanity is so deep it is beyond comprehension.
This compassion, however, was not just limited to the Mother Earth, or humanity, but also extended to animals. Let’s look at three examples of this.
Blessing for pets
On several occasions, Dr. George King, had a special ceremony where people brought their pets and he gave each one a blessing. It wasn’t just cats and dogs who received a blessing; birds, hamsters and even a turtle were blessed as well.
These were uplifting and joyous ceremonies for the pet owners, for Dr. King and the animals. At the first ceremony, which was held at the American Headquarters in Los Angeles in 1981, Dr. King told a story of his wife’s dog, Rusty:
Rusty would know an hour before I did, many times throughout her life, when a Transmission was going to occur, and she always did the same thing. She always came to me and cuddled up to me in a very frightened way. I think she knew that danger was imminent. She did this for a number of years.
The dog was uncannily correct with these things. If some Transmissions were given, such as a fight against the evil forces, Rusty would shake very badly and almost have a heart attack. In fact, sometimes we thought we had lost her. So therefore, she had to be cared for by other people all the time the Transmission went on.
Afterwards she would then come to me, have a look at me, see I was still alive and walk away. I wonder which are the dumb people – the owners or the animals?
I think we should always remember this, and I think, too, it is so nice to see people who are devoted to animals, are kind to them, who obviously look after them in the right manner, and I feel that if people cannot do this, then they are not worthy of being called human.
Dr. King was extremely hard working. He was always moving from one life-saving Mission to another and his leisure time was severely limited – to say the least. Yet here he took time out of his almost impossible schedule, more than once, to set up a blessing for animals.
In 1978, one of the Directors of The Aetherius Society lost her beloved dog to a tragic accident. Dr. King saw the distress that this caused her, and contacted the Cosmic Master Mars Sector 8 – Special Advisor S2, hoping that he could locate the dog on the mental realms. It is unknown how many hundreds of thousands of animals die each day, but this Master was able to find the dog on the other realms in just six minutes! Dr. King then immediately reached out to Adept Number Five, who said that he would “make contact.”
The Adepts always make it a point to turn a negative situation into a positive one, and this case was no exception. Adept Number Four and Adept Number Five advised that auric surgery was performed on the dog, and no auric blemishes remained. Additionally, the recovery time for the dog would be very short. But that is not where this story ends. Inspired by this incredible example of compassion and service, hundreds of humanitarians on the other realms stepped forward and volunteered to help other animals who were also in need of this auric surgery.
In January 1979, Dr. King received this message from Adept Number Four and Adept Number Five:
The training programme we initiated to train suitable candidates in our specialized method of psychic surgery, for the benefit of animals with mutilated subtle bodies, has already reached such gigantic proportions that we have to train and appoint more than 100 organizers to control it. This is not the only animal rescue service on these realms but is the most specialized in auric surgery to severe cases.
This is an incredible story of compassion for animals and spiritual action. Again, we see that the Adepts, although busy with dangerous and life-saving work, have gone out of their way to help animals. They even set up a system for this help to carry on in the future.
The Atomic Mission
In the Atomic Mission, the Adepts went into the lower realms and discovered an area that was used as a dumping ground for radioactive waste, which had caused mutation of the whole area.
As the radioactivity escaped from the fragile containers, which had probably been broken open when dropped by air into this jungle swamp, a mutation started to form and conditions were exactly right for it. What was before an impenetrable disease-ridden swamp, now became something which could, in non-technical terms, be described as a single mutated entity which absorbed everything in its path; animal, fish and vegetable alike.
– Master of Yoga Dr. George King
This leaking radiation was causing animals in the area to be severely burnt and even killed. One of the first actions the Adepts took was to place narcotic land-mines around the whole area. When animals came near, these land-mines rendered the animals unconscious so that they could be dragged to safety. Hundreds of animals that strayed into the area were saved by volunteer forces.
Although cleaning up the radioactive waste was their primary mission, not saving the animals, the Adepts, as always, went above and beyond what was needed to fulfil their mission to make sure that their actions preserved all life as much as possible. No unnecessary death or suffering would take place. This shows how much they valued animal life as well as human life, and how they treated it with a similar level of care and compassion.
The lessons I am taking away from these examples of the Adepts and their interactions with the animal kingdom, is the importance of being kind and compassionate to animals. They are also living beings on their own evolutionary path. If great beings such as the Adepts could find the time to help animals, we should do the same.
The motto of The Aetherius Society is “SERVICE is the jewel in the rock of attainment.” I think we can interpret this “service” to mean service to others, all others.
About the author
Lisa Rosser is a staff member and Programme Administrator at the European Headquarters of The Aetherius Society in London. Lisa has had a keen interest in spirituality for over 20 years. She is particularly passionate about helping others and world healing.
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