Saturday, June 16, 2007

Sanat Kumara and Numerology

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Sanat Kumara and Numerology

The breakdown of
words "Sanat Kumara" is of
interest. Our planetary
Life has a first ray monad, a second ray soul, and

a third ray personality. These find their
reflection in the
numerological meaning of Sanat
Kumara.



Sanat Kumara,
1-1-5-1-2 + 2-3-4-1-9-1 = 10 + 20
= 30 = 3.



For the Earth,
the second ray is in power at
this time, for our
little planet is in many ways a reflection of the

solar Life. Thus Sanat Kumara, the representative
in form of the Spirit
aspect embodied in the Lord
of Shambhalla is of necessity second ray,
seeking
to develop the first ray aspect. Consequently, as
it is the
second ray that is in force at this
time, He has delegated the task of the
guidance of
the Hierarchy to the Christ; i.e.,:



The Known: the
Knower: the Field of Knowledge



The form: the
Spirit: the sphere of influence



The Planetary
Hierarchy: the Christ: the Seven
Hierarchies



The Earth: Sanat
Kumara: the Seven Sacred
Planets



This is not to
say that the Spiritual Hierarchy
is the highest
Hierarchy or that Sanat Kumara is the Highest
Planetary
Life; they are definitely not. This is
to illuminate the place of Sanat
Kumara and the
Spiritual Hierarchy within the sphere of the solar
Life.
This position is, as the Tibetan pointed
out, the mid-way point. We might
clarify the place
of the Earth within the solar Life by the
following
table:



The 4 rays of
attribute - their unifying 3rd
Ray - the 7 Rays



4 + 1 + 7 = 12



Breaking down
each of the 4 rays of attribute
and the 7 rays we
have:



4+5+6+7 = 22 -- 1
-- 1+2+3+4+5+6+7 = 28 /
22+1+28 = 61 = 7



or



3+4+5+6+7 = 25 --
1 -- 1+2+3+4+5+6+7 = 28 /
25+1+28 = 64 = 10 = 1



The 4 Kumaras --
Sanat Kumara -- The 7
Planetary Logoi



The 4 Non-Sacred
Planets,

Mars, Pluto,
Vulcan, Moon -- Earth -- The 7 Sacred
Planets

Making the 12 petals
of the solar heart center

Each receptive to one of the 12 constellations




Thus in the four
non-sacred planets besides the
Earth, the duality
of Human and Deva monads continues, with the Deva

evolution dominant. In the sacred planets, the
monadic life is
triumphant, and duality has been
transcended. On Earth, the battle between
the
Human and Deva monads continues with the
introduction of a third or
intermediary aspect,
the Manasaputras, the Solar Angels, which make the

peculiar and unusual possibility of initiation a
fact in this scheme.



The Earth is thus
the battleground between
spirit and matter within
the solar system, and Sanat Kumara the focal point

of that battle. Our own personal spiritual
development is intrinsically
part of the work of
Sanat Kumara to save all the lesser lives within

this Scheme. The cosmic battleground is reflected
in Sanat Kumara, which
in turn is reflected in our
own lives by the conflict between personality
and soul. All is interconnected by the golden chain of
Hierarchy.