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true color of the sun is blue

Aug 19, 2012 02:28 PM
by Jeremy Condick

Works by Alice Bailey and Djwhal Khul 

Initiation, Human and Solar [1922] 
Letters on Occult Meditation [1922] 
A Treatise on Cosmic Fire [1925] 
A Treatise on White Magic [1934] 
Discipleship in the New Age - Volume I [1944] 
Discipleship in the New Age - Volume II [1955] 
Problems of Humanity [1947] 
The Reappearance of the Christ [1948] 
The Destiny of the Nations [1949] 
Glamor - A World Problem [1950] 
Telepathy and the Etheric Vehicle [1950] 
Education in the New Age [1954] 
The Externalization of the Hierarchy [1957] 
A Treatise on the Seven Rays: 

Volume 1: Esoteric Psychology I [1936] 
Volume 2: Esoteric Psychology II [1942] 
Volume 3: Esoteric Astrology [1951] 
Volume 4: Esoteric Healing [1953] 
Volume 5: The Rays and the Initiations [1960]

The second ray of love-wisdom. Ray two is named in sanskrit "Harikesa" yellow or
golden haired being one exoteric understanding of the second ray ruling the Sun itself. 
HPB stated "Fohat, in his capacity of DIVINE LOVE (Eros)." This is a reference to
Fohat and the seven rays in his capacity as Love-Wisdom and the second great ray
breath. Harikesa is clearly the second ray of love-wisdom as given in the Secret Doctrine. 
Note also that HPB states that the Sun's true colour is blue. This means that
the esoteric colour of the Solar Logos is Blue being named the "Blue logos". Indigo blue is 
the colour of the second ray being the ray of the solar logos of love-wisdom. JPC. 

The true color of the sun is blue. (S.D. Vol. III, 461) 

The "Eye of Shiva," when perfected, is blue in color, and as our solar Logos is the "Blue Logos" so do His children occultly resemble Him; but this color must be interpreted esoterically. TCF 1211. 
...just as the Solar Logos is spoken of as the "Blue Logos" (literally indigo), so the color of the perfected man, and of the auric envelope through which he manifests, will be predominantly blue. LOM 207. 
The true indigo is the blue of the vault of heaven on a moonless night. It is the culmination, and at the attainment by all of synthesis, the solar night will supervene. Hence the color corresponds to what the sky nightly proclaims. Indigo absorbs. LOM 212. 
...this solar system the cosmic ray of indigo veiling cosmic love or wisdom. LOM 215. 
Ray II - Ray of Love-Wisdom - 2nd Aspect. TCF 5. 
the second Ray of Love-Wisdom... this ray is, par excellence, the dual ray of the solar Logos Himself. EP1 45/6. 
"The names of the Seven Rays -- which are, Sushumna, Harikesa, Viswakarman,
Viswatryarchas, Sannaddha, Sarvavasu and Swaraj." SD1 515.

Svarâj (Sk.). The last or seventh (synthetical) ray of the seven solar rays; the
same as Brahmâ. These seven rays are the entire gamut of the seven occult forces
(or gods) of nature, as their respective names well prove. These are: Sushumnâ
(the ray which transmits sunlight to the moon); Harikesha, Visvakarman,
Visvatryarchas, Sannadhas, Sarvâvasu, and Svarâj. As each stands for one of the
creative gods or Forces, it is easy to see how important were the functions of
the sun in the eyes of antiquity, and why it was deified by the profane.
Theosophical Glossary.

"A bright star dropped from the heart of Eternity; the beacon of hope on whose
Seven Rays hang the Seven Worlds of Being." SD1 120.
 "...Contrast alone can enable us to appreciate things at
 their right value; and unless a judge compares notes and
 hears both sides he can hardly come to a correct decision."
 H.P. Blavatsky. The Theosophist, July, 1881, p. 2


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