THE CREATION OF A UNIFIED FIELD OF CONSCIOUSNESS
Supported by the Seven Rainbow Masters
A painting by Rosie Jackson, 2021. Acrylics on canvas, 120 x 60cm.
This painting depicts seven microcosms in the seven colours associated with the seven rainbow masters. The 7 rainbow masters act behind the scenes on earth in an advisory capacity in the areas of the arts, education, leadership and healing. They are El Morya, Serapis Bey, St. Germain, Hilarion, Lady Nada, Lanto the Sage and Paul the Venetian. These are powerful beings who have incarnated several times on this planet to support and inspire us. Each rainbow master is associated with a certain colour. A coloured ray connects each microcosm with the central crown which symbolises spiritual maturity. Above the crown is a red circle symbolizing the attainment of Christ consciousness. The seven rays merge to form one white thread which weaves a tapestry in the bottom right corner. The more spiritual growth, the faster this tapestry will grow, surrounding and unifying everything so that the unified field of consciousness is achieved.
In the sky on the left, there are brilliant waves of colour. These represent an event which will impress the unmistakable presence of the Divine on each individual. At the bottom of the painting is a pool of lotuses, reflecting the Buddha in meditation. In Buddhism, lotuses growing out of mud symbolize beauty rising from dross. Next to the pool are traditional musical instruments, music being a main catalyst of spiritual growth. The seven stages of spiritual growth are represented by seven chakras along the right edge and by seven symbols along the left edge. There are seven main periods of human expression, to be achieved in one lifetime: primary thinking life, reasoned life, intellect life, real life, creational life, spiritual life and creation life. The central figure in the central microcosm has achieved these seven stages. Such purity enables complete unification with the cosmos and involves voluntary compliance with cosmic law.
MICROCOSM 1: EL MORYA, MASTER OF THE BLUE RAY
El Morya is known as the Statesman and has ties with the Himalayas. One of his previous incarnations was Akbar, ruler of an ancient Eastern empire, known as the “father of religious tolerance”. He also incarnated as Abraham, Melchior, King Arthur, Thomas Becket and Thomas More. He helps us to replant the fertile soil of the mind, to launch into new adventures and to take new risks. He encourages us to listen intuitively and to follow the “sacred flame of the heart”. His aim is to gather everyone into a beam of light so that they shine over dark seas like a lighthouse.
Elements in Microcosm 1
Flowers – watered from above - growing out of the mind of a young woman, a path to new vistas, a globe symbolising travel opportunities, the Himalayas, a ray of dawn and enlightenment, a bell sounding to increase awareness, a lighthouse and Abraham’s burning lamp.
MICROCOSM 2: LANTO THE SAGE, MASTER OF THE YELLOW RAY
Lanto previously incarnated as a high priest in Lemuria, as the Buddha and as a contemporary of Confucius. He brings us wisdom and balance, and if tragedy strikes, he helps us pick up the pieces and rebuild, helping us to manifest our “inner light” in our physical reality.
Elements in Microcosm 2
A monk in deep meditation, a man encouraging his partner to manifest her inner beauty, two hands pouring water into the crown chakra of a spiritually thirsty woman, a sword and scepter symbolising action and serenity, the tree of life, the 8-fold path, the 1000-petalled lotus, the ouroboros infinity symbol – a serpent with its tail in its mouth, a traditional Chinese temple and the yin yang symbol.
MICROCOSM 3; PAUL THE VENETIAN, MASTER OF THE PINK RAY
Paul the Venetian furthers creative abilities and represents the combination of love and discernment. He incarnated as head of cultural affairs in Atlantis, and also as Paolo Veronese, an artist in Venice in the 1500s who introduced a lot of colour and familiarity into his paintings, breaking with stiff traditions. He also supports the creation of beautiful buildings and is intensely aware art and music as powerful catalysts of enlightenment. Paul the Venetian also helps us to approach the “step not yet taken” towards freedom.
Elements in Microcosm 3
A musician from one of Paulo Veronese’s paintings, an artist, Venetian architecture, a grid of discipline combined with a heart, a hand unlocking a box with a key, the “fleur de lys” (3-fold flame of heart, head and hand, indicating the necessity to go into action on all levels), a sacred chalice, the birth of the pink flame through merging red and white, a spiral of creativity, Statue of Liberty, and a hand reaching for a star.
MICROCOSM 4: SERAPIS BEY, MASTER OF THE CRYSTAL RAY
This microcosm is in the central “fulcrum position”. Serapis Bey is the master of purity, humility and humour, an architect and master of geometry. In previous incarnations, he was Leonidas King of Sparta, the Priest of Ascension in Atlantis, and Pharaoh Amenhotep who constructed the temple at Luxor, Egypt. Serapis Bey assists us on the path to spiritual initiation. Serapis Bey points to way to self-sacrifice and surrender to the Divine, supporting the shortest way from A to B through directness and discipline.
Elements in microcosm 4
Arrow from A to B, flower of life symbol, Fibonacci spiral, the head of Amenhotep, Temple of Luxor, two sacred serpents, Easter Lilies, a scene of spiritual initiation in which a woman who has reached spiritual maturity stands in a circle of while flames. These stretch up to meet the flames at the top, symbolizing fusion with the Divine.
MICROCOSM 5: HILARION, MASTER OF THE GREEN RAY
Hilarion incarnated as the apostle Paul and as a famous healer in Sicily who prevented a tidal wave by drawing three crosses in the sand. He is concerned with healing and initiation of the inner development. All healing starts with oneself coming back into balance. He helps us to remove our shackles and unlock doors. Nature is of great assistance in this healing process.
Elements in microcosm 5
The apostle Paul, a man progressing from one locked room to another, three crosses in front of a tidal wave, a woman on the stairway of spiritual progress surrounded by nature, the Temple of Truth on Crete, a green flame created by combining a blue and yellow flame, and a hexagonal crop circle.
MICROCOSM 6: LADY NADA, MASTER OF THE RUBY RAY
Lady Nada’s most famous incarnation was as Mary Magdalene, thus the Christ symbol in the blue circle. She was also the keeper of the “flame of love” in the Temple of Love in the greatest city of Atlantis, where she incarnated as a lawyer. Here this temple is portrayed in the form of a rose. In the painting, Nada gives her support a girl, encouraging her to be selfless and to love others, especially children, while retaining complete inner balance. Nada teaches the principle of sacred labour, sponsoring the orders of St. Francis and St Clare.
Elements in microcosm 6
Solar plexus chakra, Christ symbol in a blue circle, rivers of love emanating from the heart of a girl supported by Nada, the rose temple, St. Francis and a dove, and St. Clare.
MICROCOSM 7: ST. GERMAIN, MASTER OF THE VIOLET RAY
St. Germain has had many famous incarnations, including the prophet Samuel, St. Alban, Merlin, Columbus, Francis Bacon and Count St. Germain in 18th century France. Germain is a spokesman for liberty and the right to investigate and experiment. He provides a road map back to the stars, encouraging us to recognize everything as a mirror of ourselves, and urging us to set sail on the “path of red” (A native American expression). St. Germain is also the master of water purification. The violet ray is the ray of transmutation and thus essential to the transformation of our world.
Elements in microcosm 7
A person climbing a ladder in pursuit of a star, an amethyst, Merlin, Arthur’s round table, the ship of Columbus, the violet cloak of transmutation, a mirror which says “myself”, and a man standing under a violet waterfall to undergo cleansing.
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