Three Knights in the Afterlife
Dr. George King was an extraordinary medium who channelled many unique communicators. What made him extraordinary was that he was able to receive messages of a high spiritual calibre with almost unwavering accuracy. This was the result of the trance state he used; a trance state of meditation known as samadhi. This trance state was possible thanks to intense and determined practice of advanced yoga; 8 to 10 hours per day for a decade.
But there were also other communicators, some of which were not Cosmic Masters from other planets, or even Ascended Masters from Earth, but people more like you and me, who had lived in the 19th and early 20th centuries and who were at that time living and actively working on other realms of existence to help others.
The three that I have chosen are Sir Thomas Lipton, Sir James Young Simpson and Sir Oliver Lodge. While they had all been knighted by the ruling British monarch in their physical incarnations on this plane for their contribution to business and charitable work; medicine; and to society, respectively, they are not great Masters, and while they may have been interested in spirituality, this is not what they were known for primarily.
The first of these Transmissions that we have on record is from 1953, and the last was in February 1962. Some of these communicators have been mentioned by Cosmic Masters and in the Society’s newsletters in later years so we are able to learn something about their lives on the other realms.
Who were these communicators? What did they have to say? And what can we learn from their examples?
Their messages are practical – not nearly as profound as the messages from the Cosmic Masters, but they have a wonderful motive. They want to help. They want to serve.
Sir Thomas Lipton
Sir Thomas Lipton (1848-1931) is known mostly for Lipton Tea, which Dr. King enjoyed. He was also a keen boating sportsman and made five challenges to the American holders of the America’s Cup, an international yacht sailing trophy, from 1899 to 1930. Additionally, he was inducted into the America’s Cup Hall of Fame in 1993. His efforts to win were well publicised and his efforts are credited with making Lipton Tea famous.
He was also a very generous man. At Queen Victoria’s diamond jubilee he spent what is considered to be today’s equivalent of over $2.5 million in feeding the poor in London.
In February 1962, Dr. King was researching boats, and was looking to purchase one. Two boats were under consideration – an Owens and a Chris-Craft. During a question and answer session, the Master Chang-Fu was asked which of the two boats would be best for purchase. The Master Chang-Fu deferred to Sir Thomas Lipton due to his experience with boats.
Sir Thomas Lipton then went into detail comparing the boats, discussing size, motors, temperature meters and instruments, safety and even the boat shape. In the Transmission, he mentions that either boat:
…will at a later date be useful in various findings which you can make public through this Society.
A very interesting comment when you consider that Operation Bluewater, a Mission that took place in a boat over a psychic center of The Mother Earth, began the following year. Sir Thomas Lipton was clearly using the knowledge and skills from his last life on the physical realm, to help guide and serve from the other realms.
Sir James Young Simpson
Sir James Young Simpson (1811-1870) made his mark in medicine. He was the first physician to demonstrate that chloroform could be used as an anaesthetic during surgery, which was revolutionary at the time. He was also extremely interested in antiquarian research, becoming vice president of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, and made contributions to both the history of medicine and to archaeology.
He was a more regular communicator through Dr. King and often spoke about spiritual healing. In a transmission in October 1960, he gave some of the people present health assessments.
At the time, Dr. King was preparing for a trip to Australia for Operation Starlight. Sir James Young Simpson tells the audience that while Dr. King is away:
I’d like to give you all my blessings, such as they are. I’m not capable of giving anybody very many blessings, however, if I can help anyone of you in any way, I most certainly will. When our friend here is away in bigger country, you people may call upon me. I won’t give you a message and that’s that, but I’ll give you healing and I will help you and I will guide you as much as possible.
In 1968, Sir James Young Simpson was one of the entities to meet a Member of The Aetherius Society after their passing to help with their transition to the other realms. Dr. King describes him as being in “close support” of The Aetherius Society on the other realms.
Again he is mentioned in 1981 along with no less than two Masters from Level Six – the highest inhabited level on Earth. On this occasion, a prominent Master from the Inner Council of The Spiritual Hierarchy Of Earth, as well as Sir Oliver Lodge and the Master Chang Fu were involved in meeting four children who sadly passed away in a tragic fire. The death of these children was raised with Dr. George King by a relative of theirs, who was a Staff Team member in Los Angeles at the time.
What tremendous service Sir James Young Simpson is displaying. It is clear that he too is using the skills and specialities that he had in his last life on the physical realm to give service in the afterlife.
Sir Oliver Lodge
Sir Oliver Lodge (1851-1940) was a physicist and was heavily involved in the development of the radio. He was also Principal of the University of Birmingham from 1900-1920.
Some of the articles by Sir Oliver Lodge – modern science has not yet caught up with them… far more brilliant man than Einstein will be for two more lives, there’s no doubt about this. All you have to do is to look at this man’s face. Never have I seen such an intellectual face anywhere on this Earth, as that possessed by Sir Oliver Lodge. This forehead, to me, is a classic example of intellectuality.
– The words of Master of Yoga Dr. George King
During his last life on the physical realm, he was very interested in spiritualism and psychic phenomena, specifically telepathy. He visited mediums and wrote about his experiences in several books, including a best seller. He believed that there was life after death and that this had been demonstrated to him by the use of mediumship.
He blended his knowledge of science and spirituality. Through his study of electromagnetic radiation he became convinced that there was an ether that filled the universe, and that this is where the spirit world existed.
He spoke through Dr. King in 1956 giving information on the use of chromotherapy:
I would bring your attention to the fact that chromo therapeutics will take their active place in science, but pioneers will be needed to lead science into the correct paths of research. You people are in a position to do this. I will help you in every possible way so that you may know exactly what colors are and how to use them to help your patients.
Additionally, in 1979, Sir Oliver Lodge, Sir James Young Simpson, and others were instrumental in attempting to bring Operation Prayer Power to the lower realms, specifically level minus one. Dr. King wrote in The Aetherius Society Newsletter in 1980:
We were not the only ones working on OPERATION PRAYER POWER in 1979, for Level Four made a good start in earnest to Charge their Batteries. The magnificent description of this spectacular event was given by the Master Aetherius through myself in a truly beautiful Transmission which came through while I was in England on September 23rd, 1979…
As well as this I also received an application from Level -1 (below the physical Realms of Earth) as there was a movement brought about by Sir Oliver Lodge, Sir James Young Simpson and others, who although they did not live on this Realm, wished to bring together a small, active group so that the mighty OPERATION PRAYER POWER could be extended to the lower astral Realms. Unfortunately, these doctors and scientists could not manage to activate the Operation by the end of 1979 but, as they are determined to do so, I feel that it will be starting in the present year.
As with so many if not all of the Cosmic Transmissions, the terrestrial communications focus in one way or another on service. In their last life on the physical realm, and then in life on the other realms, these men put their efforts into helping mankind, through a variety of different ways.
Mars Sector 6 tells us in ‘The Nine Freedoms:‘
There are many ways, indeed, to serve.
By your SERVICE you can help to heal those who are sick and you should.
By your SERVICE you can help to give encouragement and strength to those who are depressed and weak and you should do this.
By your SERVICE you can throw a dazzling beam of scintillating white vibrant energy into the darkness of a suffering world – and raise it.
It is – by God it is – the Jewel in the Rock of Attainment.
We are a long way off from becoming Cosmic Masters, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t be of tremendous service right now. Like the example set by these terrestrial communicators on the other planes, we too can do as much as possible to serve in this life on this plane. As we can see from these examples, service to others in this life forms a foundation and we can take this experience with us to help in different ways in future lives and even while we are on another realm waiting for our rebirth.
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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