In new age terminology, Ascended Masters are those who are believed to have reached the highest level of spiritual consciousness and have become guides in the spiritual evolution of mankind. Sometimes called the Great White Brotherhood. According to many, they can communicate spiritual truths to humans through channeling or other techniques. Membership includes Jesus, Buddha, St. Germain, Ramtha, Mafu, Seth, the higher angels, and others.
Personal page by one who feels himself to be an Ascended Master.
A collection of articles, books, tapes, and information about related seminars.
Paintings of the Ascended Masters, also featuring some information about the purposes of each.
An exploration of the self via multi-dimensional awareness and channeling.
Details the esoteric teachings of this group.
Interdimensional guidance for life's journey, from ascended master Dwahl Kul with art, philosophies, and metaphysical information.
Mother Mary as channeled through Gilbert Cleirbaut. Information on a group in Montreal, on Gilbert and his contacts with Elizabeth Prophet.
Expanding the principles of enlightenment and spirituality, with the teachings of Lady Emanuella, the New Heart-Centered Evolution and Rose Ray.
Awaken spiritual awareness through portraits of the Ascended Masters. Also offers clesses for spiritual development in the UK.
Learn about the Masters and experience their energy portals into the 3rd dimension.
Explores the teachings of the Ascended Masters of the Great White Brotherhood and the practical ways they work with us in our daily lives.
Learn about the ascended masters, meditation, the violet light.
The official site with articles, real audio clips, and books by Elizabeth Clare Prophet and Mark Prophet.
Chicago-based teaching center for spiritual seekers, watch videos and listen to audios.
Articles, audio broadcasts, and books about the Ascended Master teachings.
Focuses on the healing, education, and enlightenment of the soul.
Dedicated to the teachings of Daskalos, a major proponent of Esoteric Christianity.
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