A History Of Our Solar System ...Sanat Kumara And Venus

A History of Our Solar System

Our world is governed by
One of the Lords of the Flame Who came long ago from Venus.
He is called by the Hindus, Sanat Kumara, the last word being a title meaning Prince or Ruler. He is often spoken of as the One Initiator, the One without a Second, the Eternal Youth of Sixteen Summers; and sometimes he is called the Lord of the World. He is the Supreme Ruler; in His hand and within His actual aura lies the whole of His planet. He represents the Logos, as far as this world is concerned, and directs the whole of its evolution—not that of humanity alone, but also the evolution of the Devas, the nature-spirits, and all other creatures connected with the earth. He is, of course, entirely distinct form the great Entity called the Spirit of the Earth, who uses our world as a physical body.
In his mind He holds the whole plan of evolution at some high level of which we know nothing; He is the force which drives the whole world-machine, the embodiment of the Divine Will on this planet, and strength, courage, decision, perseverance and all similar characteristics, when they show themselves down here in the lives of men, are reflections of him. His consciousness is of so extended a nature that it comprehends at once all the life on our globe in His hands are the powers of cyclic destruction for He wields Fohat in its highest forms and can deal directly with cosmic forces outside our chain. His work is probably usually connected with humanity en masse rather than with individuals, but when He does influence any single person we are told that is is through Atma and not through Ego that His influence is brought to bear.
At a certain point in the progress of an aspirant on the Path he is formerly presented to the Lord of the World, and those who have thus met Him face to face speak of Him as in appearance a handsome youth, dignified, benignant beyond all description, yet with such a mien of omniscient, inscrutable majesty conveying such a sense of restless power that some have found themselves unable to bear His gaze, and have veiled their faces in awe. 
Sanat Kumarais a manifestation of God, a spiritual being of great light. He is known as the Ancient of Days, the Eternal Youth, the Regent Lord of the World and ruler of Shamballa. He is also one of seven holy kumaras referenced in sacred scriptures.
Sanat Kumara in the 
Scandinavian Tradition

The words Sanat Kumara in Finnish means wise elder. The story of the quest for fire is reflected in the Finnish epic poem, The Kalevala, which may be thousands of years old and charts the story of Wainamoinen, whose name signifies ancient wisdom.
Sanat Kumara in the 
Native American Tradition

Sanat Kumara’s presence has been recognized in the Native American tradition as Wakan Tanka, the Great Spirit. In the Song of Hiawatha, Longfellow also refers to Gitche Manito (manitou) the mighty, the creator of the nations, a paternal figure who looks upon his children with pity and compassion, urging them to stop their feuding.
Another Native American tradition is The Legend of the White Buffalo Woman. The story speaks of a giant eagle who swooped out of the sky to save a young woman during the great deluge at the end of the Old World. Through the marriage of the Woman of the Earth and the Eagle of the Sky, a nation is born again.
The Hopi tradition describes the gathering of 144,000 "rainbow warriors" or “sundancers” who will unite the earth. At that time, people will have their choice to accept or reject the Creator's plan for peace on earth. This is prophetically seen as the return of Quetzacoatl who in the ancient Mayan tradition is also the God of the planet Venus.
Sanat Kumara in Zoroastrianism

In ancient Persia, Sanat Kumara was revered as Ahura Mazda who appeared to Zarathustra in the presence of six other beings of light (kumaras). It is said that in their presence, Zarathustra did not see his own shadow upon the earth, owing to their great light.
Sanat Kumara in Hinduism

In Sanskrit, the language of the Vedas, Sanat Kumara means "eternal, beautiful youth." The seed syllable “Ra” also means flame or sacred fire. Other references to Sanat Kumara are Jagan-Natha, for Lord of the World, Kartikeya and Murukan. Sanat Kumara is a son of Brahma, the one supreme God, and brother of Ganesha. He is Skanda, son of Shiva and Parvati, God of War and commander in chief of the divine army of the gods. Son of the Pleiades, he is born to slay Taraka, the demon of ignorance. He is also known as Guha, which means cave, because he lives in the cave of the heart.
Sanat Kumara in Buddhism  

Sanat Kumara is Dipankara, the lamp lighting buddha said to predate the historical buddha in a world cycle long past. He is sometimes equated with Adibuddha, the original Buddha and is the being Gautama Buddha pledged himself to. 
    The kingdomof Shamballaplays a central role in Tibetan Buddhism. Sacred Tibetan texts speak of Shamballa as “a mystical kingdom hidden behind snow peaks somewhere north of Tibet. There a line of enlightened kings is supposed to be guarding the most secret teachings of Buddhism for a time when all truth in the world outside is lost in war and the lust for power and wealth. Then, according to prophecy, a future King of Shambhala will come out with a great army to destroy the forces of evil and bring in a golden age. Under his enlightened rule, the world will become, at last, a place of peace and plenty, filled with the riches of wisdom and compassion.”
Sanat Kumara in Islam

Sanat Kumara is referenced in the Koran, in Rumi’s poetry and in other Islamic work as El Khidr. Speaking of El Khdir, the Prophet Mohammed says, “I have seen my Lord in the most beautiful of forms.” 

El Khdir preserves and maintains the Reality of the Golden Chain by training prophets and mystics to come to understand that, "Above every knower there is a greater knower." He is the benign presence of divine wisdom as imparted by the Divine himself through direct revelation. He makes sudden appearances to succor people in times of need and is hidden initiator to those who walk the mystical path. As spiritual head of the divinely instituted hierarchy of saints, he rules over ‘the Men of the Unseen” (rijalu’l-ghayb)—exalted saints and angels who transfer divine science.
In both Moslem and Hindu art, El Khdir is depicted as the figure of an aged man in a green coat carried on top of the water by a fish which conveys him over the river of life.
The name El Khdir means “the green one,” and "eternal youth” who found immortality by drinking the Water of Life. According to the Book of Prophets, Mohammed said that El Khdir became known as such because he once sat on a barren white land which then turned luxuriantly green with vegetation.   

    El Khdir is referenced as the companion and teacher of Moses, Joshua and many other mystics and saints. He is associated with Hermes and Enoch, and with the ancient schools of the prophets attended by Elijah, Elisha and Samuel.
Sanat Kumara in Judaism 
and Christianity

Sanat Kumarais the presence of the Flying Eagle, recorded by John and by the Prophet Ezekiel. He is the Presence of the Lamb in the book of Revelation who stands with the 144,000 for the descent of the New Jerusalem.
 Sanat Kumara is the Ancient of Days in the Book of Daniel.

Filled with jealousy and resentment, seeking revenge and retaliation, are the fallen angels who have demonised the name of SANAT KUMARA …..
Cut off from their divine source, they syphon the light of humans in a vampiristic way until all of their former attainment has been spent and they receive the final judgment and second death. Fashionable parasites, they prolong their time by karma dodging, and by cunningly tempting humans to relinquish their light. They orchestrate wars, nuclear, chemical and biological warfare, genetic engineering and population control for the shedding of blood, for the manipulation of the light essence and to reduce the percentage of lightbearers. They also manipulate the economy and money systems to hoard the abundant life. 
Roaming the physical and the astral planes (the earth and the sea), these rebellious ones wedge themselves into positions of power to attack the Christ potential in all of God's children, be it latent, developing of fully manifest. Generation after generation, they work to sabotage the advent of universal Christ consciousness and tarnish the vision .
They surround and move in on the true Lights of God to control the Word through codification, modification and "letter of the law" interpretation. Warping the teachings delivered through avatars, prophets and even our founding fathers, they downplay and ultimately condemn the innate divinity, rightful inheritance and ordained mission of each Son and Daughter of God.
Insulating themselves from their karma through mutual reinforcement, they boast of social, political and spiritual superiority, and disseminate self-serving interpretations of the law to further enshrine their ego-control, social eminence, political power, and legalistic claims. Sadly, their agenda has also infected many lightbearers. 
 Advocates of inherited power, they exercise false hierarchies and totalitarian regimes based on control and idolatry, where their authority is revered over that of the Christ. In this context, "dissidents" are met with intimidation, humiliation, and elimination; and allegiance is rewarded with an illusory sense of superiority, security, belonging and self-righteousness—all at a cost.


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1 Response Mar 19, 2011

Thank yooooooo mejhalak :)