Serapis Bey

Serapis Bey

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    • First Public Dictation / Discourse:
      • January 23, 1938   San Francisco, California U.S.A. 1

 

  • Embodied as:
    • Serapis was embodied as a high priest in the Ascension Temple on Atlantis who migrated to Egypt at the time of the destruction of Atlantis more than 11,500 years ago. 3
    • 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. While in embodiment in Egypt as Akhenaton IV and Amenophis III he built the Temples at Thebes and at Karnak.3
    • Serapis was also embodied as Leonidas, king of Sparta. In 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, and it inspired the Greek people to resist invasion, and cleared the way for the classical “Golden Age” of Greece. 5
    • After being killed as Leonidas in the battle of Thermopylae, Serapis immediately re-embodied as Phidias (c.480 B.C. – c.430 B.C.), the greatest of all classical Greek architects and sculptors. He brought forth the design of the Parthenon and supervised the building of it (dedicated in 438 B.C.) 37
    • Serapis Bey reportedly Ascended in about 400 B.C. 6
    • In the nineteenth century, Serapis Bey worked closely with El MoryaKuthumiHilarion and other Masters to found the Theosophical Society. 8 A series of 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 Wisdom9