by Bruce Johnson

Bruce Johnson has over 30 years of study in the fields of Ancient Wisdom and occultism. He has taught classes on a wide range of topics, from Atlantis to mediums to Zoroaster. He is also a Spiritualist minister, with a background in spiritual astrology. He lives in Colorado with his wife and their cat.

Count St. GermainThe Hungarian adept known as Count St. Germain has been working diligently for centuries to bring God’s Plan for Earth into physical manifestation. At different times in history he has appeared as- Master Rakoczi, Roger Bacon, Francis Bacon, Proclus [the eminent Greek Neoplatonist], and Christian Rosenkreuz, amidst others. He is physically ascended, very highly placed in the spiritual hierarchy of Earth, has the title of Lord of Civilization, and is the spiritual overseer of the seventh, or violet ray of Ceremonial Order. Count St. Germain has founded many schools of the Mysteries, including Freemasonry and Rosicrucianism.

The violet ray, or violet flame, is known by diverse names which include- Ray of Ceremonial Magic, Ray of Rhythmic Ritual and Order, and Ray of The White Magician. The violet ray is a synthesizing ray that blends spirit and matter to produce manifested form. The violet flame interrelates the inner life of manifested entities with their outer forms. Additionally, the violet flame is spiritual force linked to personal mastery, and is effectively used for transmutation work, powerful auric cleansing, spiritual healing to the etheric body and its interrelationship with the physical body, and protection, among other uses.

Count St. GermainOur current world upheaval and chaos coincides with the ending of the 2,000 year Piscean Age, and a steady lessening of the indigo sixth ray of Idealism and Devotion that predominated during that age. Simultaneously, the energies of the emerging Aquarian Age and the influence of the seventh, or violet ray that governs it, are rapidly increasing. This decreasing sixth ray energy shows itself as a pronounced crystallization of traditional social and religious beliefs. Gradually, the violet flame of Count St. Germain will impose a new rhythm on Earth, manifesting in the new philosophies, discoveries, cultures and group consciousness of the Aquarian Age.

As the Lord of Civilization, Count St. Germain’s work involves taking the overall plan outlined by the Inner Council of Shamballa and synthesizing it onto the physical plane. He uses the violet flame to transmute and lift the vibration of the mineral, plant, animal, human and deva kingdoms. Count St. Germain directs the violet flame energy intelligently and scientifically to stimulate a spirit of universality and fusion within humanity, harmonize opposing groups, and transmute negative world karma. Count St. Germain utilizes multiple tools to accomplish his mission, including the violet ray, ceremonial magic, sound and vitalized thought-forms.

Madame Blavatsky & the boysVisualized as a brilliant, radiant light in motion, the violet flame is a potent spiritual force for the clearing of negativity from all seven bodies that the human soul functions through. Individuals or groups can benefit by having regular times of using the violet flame combined with the white ray for spiritually-energized cleansing and purification.

The violet ray is part of this spiritual protection triangle. See an equilateral triangle formed of and emanating an intense golden-silver force. A pure white ray flowing from the peak of the triangle, violet ray shining from the left-hand point and fire agate ray pouring from the right-hand point flood the triangle’s interior with dazzling light rays. Imagine or place yourself at the triangle’s center. From this energy focus point, send out preferably verbal positive protection decrees or chants.

A famous and amazing Theosophical Society photograph shows Count St. Germain on the right of the picture, Morya in the center of the picture, and Koot Humi on the left side of the picture. All three adepts are standing with a seated Madame Blavatsky.