Serapis Bey - Chohan of the Fourth Ray
Bey is Chohan of the Fourth Ray, the white ray. Some fourth-ray qualities
are purity, discipline, joy, hope and excellence. Serapis works with students
to help them develop these qualities, gain mastery in the base-of-the-spine
chakra and gradually and safely raise the kundalini fire that is stored in
that chakra. He is a great devotee of the Divine Mother and of her light
and fire within all souls.
Sometimes called the disciplinarian because of his fierce
determination to save souls from self-indulgence and to move them along the
most efficient path to their ascension, Serapis can help people prepare to
receive the Holy Spirits gift of the working of miracles.
Serapis spent many lifetimes along the Nile, and as the Egyptian pharaoh
Amenhotep III he constructed the physical temple at Luxor. His most familiar
incarnation was Leonidas, the great warrior who led the Spartans in the famous
battle at Thermopylae, Greece.
Serapis ascended around 400 B.C. His etheric retreat is located over Luxor,
The Holy Spirit's Fourth Ray gift of the working of miracles is focused through
the base-of-the-spine chakra.
The Ascended Master Serapis Bey is the Lord (Chohan) of the Fourth Ray and
Hierarch of the Ascension Temple at Luxor, Egypt. Known as the great
disciplinarian, he reviews and trains candidates for the ascension.
In the nineteenth century, Serapis Bey worked closely with El Morya, Kuthumi,
Djwal Kul and other Masters to found the Theosophical Society.
The musical keynote of Serapis Bey is "Celeste Aïda" by Verdi and the
keynote of his etheric retreat is "Liebestraum" by Liszt.
Serapis was embodied as a high priest in the ascension temple on Atlantis
more than 11,500 years ago.
He was the Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep III, c. 1417-1379 b.c., called "the
Magnificent." He brought Egypt to its height of diplomatic prestige, prosperity
and peace. His extensive building of monuments, palaces and temples included
construction of the temple of Luxor, which was built to correspond to the
outline of the human skeletal framework. Careful studies of its architecture
have revealed that the entire temple explains many secret functions of the
organs and nerve centers.
Serapis was also embodied as Leonidas, king of Sparta. In about 480 b.c.,
with only three hundred soldiers, he resisted the advance of Xerxes' vast
Persian army in a herculean effort at Thermopylae. Though finally defeated,
their fight to the last man is celebrated in literature as the epitome of
heroism in the face of overwhelming odds.
Serapis Bey ascended in about 400 b.c.
In 1967, the Ascended Master Serapis Bey dictated the book Dossier on the
Ascension: The Story of the Soul's Acceleration into Higher Consciousness
on the Path of Initiation, which was recorded by the Messenger Mark L. Prophet.
In this book, Serapis offers profound answers to the questions of life after
death. He outlines step by step how to follow the adepts of East and West,
including Jesus Christ, who have been candidates at the mystery school of
Luxor, Egypt, submitting to the initiations of the Sphinx and the Great Pyramid.
Serapis teaches how to live life to its fullest in the here and now and how
to consciously ascend (accelerate) into that higher reality which is the
eternal abode of the soul.