JC: The Great Buddha Lords are known as the "golden wheeled kings" which should
be equated with the three buddhic vestures and the magnificent and resplendent aura of their radiation and service. The greatest
and most sublime of these is the Dharmakaya monadic vesture. This is the highest vesture achieved upon the diamond throne
of the highest plane of the cosmic physical plane.
Amongst the great buddhas such a one is seen as the "most exalted
and sacred of absolute sovereigns" of which the Earth has produced, and a Diamond king indeed. Their seven precious possessions
[jewels] embody 'temporal and spiritual majesty and the miraculous means of its accomplishment, inexhaustible speed and strength
of the vehicles, his trinity of love-wisdom and power with their fidelity his blessing.'
It is recorded in 'The Pilgrimage of Fa Hian by By Fa-hsien'
that the golden wheel of such a king or Buddha consists of a "thousand rays [or spokes] and has a diameter of nearly fourteen
English feet. For perspective, Master DK refers to the aura of an initiate extending to about one foot outside the physical
body. Chohan Hilarion tells us that, "The Nirmanakaya Body of a great Buddha would be like unto a sun in brightness."
The diamond wheel is a representation of this most resplendent
and gloriously golden sun like vesture, which in reality would shine as bright as a thousand suns. This actual figure is referenced
in some oriental literature and there is of course the numerical correspondence with the thousand petalled head centre and
its 1008 attributes according to Hindu philosophy.
12x12x7= 1008, which is close to the twelve heart lotus petals
of the inner head centre and the thousand head centre petals, or 1012. This in itself is very indicative and suggestive. How
magnificent the correspondence when we apply such thoughts of the embodiment of the cosmic Christ force to the Buddha and
the Christ. They are here representing the 12 and the 12 and the occult seven. The Buddha and the Christ, are avatars who
embody the two aspects of the Christ force.
"The Buddha and the Christ, Who both embodiments of the heart
center of the planetary Logos, for the Buddha represents the twelve-petalled lotus in the head, of which the Christ represents
the counterpart, the twelve-petalled lotus of the heart center. This is a fact seldom grasped or even mentioned." EXT 87.
JC: It is also the pictorial symbol on the Tibetan national
flag. I consider this to refer to the magnificent golden aura of the head centre and buddhic vesture of 'infinite light and
life', which is so often depicted in Buddhist art as three chakras. DK speaks of a flag thus... "Flags are symbols of the
devotion of a people to their national soil and to their national spiritual objectives..."behind the flag is a point of power
which is the point of inspiration to the soul of the people"..."I have used the exoteric symbol of the flag to convey to you
a hint as to the esoteric meaning of this very simple but most potent form."
Clearly, if we consider that Je Tsong Khapa incarnated into
Tibet as the great spiritual reformer who formed the Gelugpa school of Tibetan Buddhism and lamas, and is a great Buddha in
a spiritual lineage of the most exalted sovereign golden kings, we can see much of interest portraying a clue as to the esoteric
meaning behind the Tibetan flag and the inner inspiration available to its people and lamas, wherever they reside, even if
under the rule of an occupying communist dictatorship.
Note that reference to a thousand spokes or rays are said to
emanate from the golden radiation of the aura of a Buddha. The correspondence with the thousand petalled head centre of the
adept is obvious, and yet there is more to account for in a Buddha, for it channels the complete sevenfold energy of the Monad
and the radiant sevenfold head centre above the sevenfold Brahmarandra/Sahasrara centre, which directs in an intensely focused
way this sevenfold light into the higher Buddhic vestures which cause such intense and powerful auric radiation, as the three
vestures channel the three rays of aspect respectively.
There are said to be seven jewels, precious possessions or
attributes that adorn such a golden wheeled king. These refer to the qualities or attributes of his monadic vestures, these
being the Sambhogakaya monadic vesture or Atma-buddhi, Nirmanakaya vesture or Anu-Buddhi, and if a complete Buddha, the Dharmakaya
monadic vesture or Adi-Buddhi.
DK teaches that the Monad is composed of seven jewels [within
the One] being the sevenfold electric spark. The seven "precious possessions" and the "seven jewels" of the Buddha of compassion
are directly related to the seven jewels of the monad and to the seven planetary logi which are represented by these. HPB
also makes reference to "Dzenodoo -- the "seven jewels" meaning Xanadu as discussed in a previous paper.
"Buddhist ascetics and Initiates are, if possible, even more
reticent in giving out their "Knowledge" than are the Hindus. But the reader must not be allowed to lose sight of the Monads,
and must be enlightened as to their nature, as far as permitted, without trespassing upon the highest mysteries, of which
the writer does not in any way pretend to know the last or final word." SD1 174.
JC: Je Tsong Khapa says, there are "limitless Buddha realms"
to "perfect every powerful practice of the Bodhisattva" of which he describes as "powerful dharani memory, mediative concentration,
the objectless bodhi mind, in-exhaustive confidence, and countless other qualities".
It is worth our considering that these "countless qualities"
described by Lord Tsong khapa, are symbolically represented by the 'seven precious jewels' surrounding a Buddha, as depicted
and described in oriental art and philosophical literature, and which he, "lets descend to earth" on leaving Sukhāvatī,
the abode which rests within the realm of Amitābha.
The seven aspects of the Will are thus employed in earth service
by the perfected buddha, for with the Sambhogakaya vesture there is an obliteration of all earthly concerns, and the highest
protection and compassion for humanity is possible as a Nirmanakaya.
"It is the central "jewel in the lotus" from which the initiate
works, and these seven central focal points, these seven jewels, so-called, are the correspondence of the jewel in the egoic
lotus. This means, therefore, that successful work "within the veils of maya" involves ever the use of the will aspect and
the conscious employment of that quota of the Shamballa force." RI 183.
JC: 1st Atala (Involution) 1st
Satya 7 Head Centres - Brahmarandra, 1000 petals.
2nd Vitala - Seven
2nd Tapas - Ajna center, Pituitary
3rd Sutala - Nether 3rd
Janas - Heart, Anahata, Thymus
4th Rosatala - Worlds
4th Mahar - Throat centre, Thyroid
5th Swar - Solar plexus, Pancreas
6th Mahatala -
6th Bhuvar - Sacral centre, Gonads
7th Patala - Seven regions. 7th
Bhur (Evolution) is at the head of matter
Synthetic of Base of Spine. Muladhara, Base of Spine.
Seven Lower Chakras Seven Chakras of Human Evolution.
That radiant sevenfold head centre above the Brahmarandra/Sahasrara
"Geometrical interplay between the seven head centers, and
then to focus them all prior to the final liberation in the highest center of all." TCF 886.
"The seven head centers, and finally (at liberation) to the
radiant head center above, and synthesizing the lesser seven head centers." TCF 208.
Just as there are seven head centres synthesised within the
Brahmarandra/Sahasrara centre, so there are seven lower centres synthesised within the Muladhara base of spine centre, according
to HPB and Hindu philosophy, relating to the nether or lower worlds. With this in mind we might here note the four groups
of synthetic sevenfold centres in the base, head and head centre above, and also the sevenfold electric spark of the Monad.
7+7+7+7= (28) = 10, the perfect Decad, and the sum of all.
The Seven synthetic Head Centres containing the lower six Correspondences
within the Sahasrara head centre are fully active by the fourth initiation due to the initiates buddhic vehicle functioning
on the two lower subplanes of the buddhic plane. The highest head centre "above" synthesises the seven lower head centres,
including the Brahmarandra/Sahasrara centre is un-named by Master DK due to the fact that it is only active just prior to
and at liberation, which is the fifth Initiation.
This centre lies midway between the Brahmarandra/Sahasrara
centre and the Monad. It receives and distributes in synthetic activity thus linking man with the sevenfold higher psychic
energy, or the seven divisions of fire electric of the monad. It is the distributing and connecting centre by which man is
connected via the Sahasrara to the Monad and Shamballa, the "region of the sun".
It is that 'radiant sevenfold head centre, above' [Seven prepared
mansions "In my Fathers house"] which synthesises, at perfected liberation, the lower seven head centres, and is prepared
to receive the sevenfold ray energy of the Monad, called by Master DK, "higher psychic energy". This refers to the seven aspects
of the Will via the higher monadic vestures with which a Buddha works and which is accounted for exotericaly in Buddhist scripture
and art as the 'seven precious jewels'.
"Buddhic vehicle, which has to be in an embryonic condition
when the first initiation is taken." LOM 319.
"Emotional nature becomes the receptacle of buddhi or of the
intuition; then, after the third initiation it disappears altogether, and the buddhic vehicle becomes the main instrument
of sentiency." RI 278.
"By the time the fourth initiation is taken the initiate has
mastered perfectly the fifth subplane, and is therefore adept, - to use a technical phrase, - on the five lower subplanes
of the physical, astral, and mental planes, and is well on the way to master the sixth. His buddhic vehicle can function on
the two lower subplanes of the buddhic plane." IHS 88.
"Since buddhi is the unifying principle (or the welder of all)
, at the fifth initiation the adept lets the lower vehicles go, and stands in his buddhic sheath. He creates thence his body
of manifestation." IHS 17.
"The buddhic flow follows the line of 2.4.6. Thus atma-buddhi
becomes the blended reality which is brought to full unfoldment as evolution proceeds. The energy of Sirius by-passes (to
use a modern word) Shamballa and is focused in the Hierarchy.
Its effect is not felt until after the third initiation, though
the Masters use this energy whilst training disciples for the second, the fourth and the sixth initiations." RI 415.
"The buddhic vehicle (though that is a misnomer) prepares the
man for the ninth or the final initiation, which enables the initiate - in a manner incomprehensible to us - to "intuit" (in
a blazing light) the true nature of the cosmic astral plane." RI712.
JC: Buddhic Permanent Atom = approximate vibrational rate of
7,976,644,307,687,250,986,336,100,000,000 vibrations per second. 1sbpBdPa ≈ f7.30Hz.