Clear Quartz, 18K Gold Plated
Serapis Bey is the chohan of the fourth ray, hierarch of the Ascension Temple at Luxor, and the thirteenth member of the Council of Adepts of the Ascension Temple. He is also known as Serapis Soleil, Serapis of the Sun.
Serapis was embodied as the Egyptian Pharaoh Amenhotep III (reigned c. 1417–1379 B.C.), the son of Thutmose IV and the great grandson of Thutmose III, an incarnation of Kuthumi. His son and successor to the throne was Amenhotep IV, later known as Ikhnaton. During Serapis’ reign, Egypt was at her height of prosperity, peace and splendor, which were the direct manifestation of his communion with his own heart flame and with the ascended masters all the way back to the Ancient of Days.
Serapis also embodied as the Spartan king Leonidas (died c. 480 B.C.), who commanded the Greeks in their heroic stand against the immense Persian invasion at the pass of Thermopylae, gateway to central Greece.
Serapis Bey was embodied as the sculptor Phidias during the fifth century B.C. in Athens. He was regarded as the greatest of all the Greek sculptors. He was the architect of the Parthenon, supervising its exquisitely masterful construction. Within the Parthenon he placed his most famous work, the forty-foot high statue in gold and ivory of Pallas Athena, the representation of the Mother figure, the Goddess of Truth.
Serapis Bey played a vital role in the initial thrust and direction of the endeavors of the Brotherhood during the nineteenth century. Among the earliest letters from the adepts and masters to the founders of the Theosophical Society were those of Serapis Bey and the Brotherhood of Luxor.
The ascended master Serapis Bey today occupies a very key position among the seven chohans. If you are a candidate for the ascension in this life, you will meet Serapis Bey at the end of your life.
- 18 K gold plated
- Chain not included
Two of the most famous and accomplished artists for the Summit Lighthouse collaborated on the pictures above. We feel they tuned into the Presence of the great master, Serapis Bey. Wear this pendant knowing he will be with you.