Serapis Bey

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Serapis Bey , sometimes written as Serapis, is regarded in Theosophy as being one of the Masters of the Ancient Wisdom; and in the Ascended Master Teachings is considered to be an Ascended Master and member of the Great White Brotherhood. He is regarded as the Chohan (or Lord) of the Fourth RayBailey, Alice A, A Treatise on Cosmic Fire (Section Three - Division A - Certain Basic Statements), 1932, Lucis Trust. 1925, p 1237 (see Seven Rays). C.W. Leadbeater wrote that Henry Steele Olcott was given occult training by Serapis Bey when his own master, Morya, was unavailable.Leadbeater, C.W. The Masters and the Path Adyar, Madras, India: 1925. The Theosophical Publishing House. page 238 A series of alleged letters from Serapis to Olcott encouraging him to support Blavatsky in the founding of The Theosophical Society were published in the book Letters from the Masters of the Wisdom.Letters from the Masters of the Wisdom transcribed and annotated by C. Jinarajadasa, 2nd Series. Chicago, Illinois: The Theosophical Press, 1926



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It is thought that Serapis Bey was incarnated as a high priest in one of the "Temples of the Sacred Fire" on Atlantis who migrated to Egypt at the time of the destruction of Atlantis.Prophet, Mark L. and Elizabeth Clare Lords of the Seven Rays Livingston, Montana,...
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