El Morya Chelaship Bracelet with Lapis Lazuli

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The three blue dots are the seal of a great master of light—El Morya. He represents the godly attributes of courage, certainty, power, forthrightness, self-reliance, dependability, faith and initiative.

• Lapis Lazuli
• Enamel three dot symbol
• 18-karat gold findings
• Bracelet stretches to fit most wrists

The earliest known example of the three dots symbol appears on Stone Age amulets. This symbol was also used on the Banner of Peace created by Nicholas Roerich.

Nicholas Roerich was a world-renowned artist, archaeologist, author, scholar, lecturer, costume and set designer, poet, mystic and explorer. He and his wife, Helena Roerich, served during the early twentieth century as amanuenses for the ascended masters El Morya and Maitreya.

Roerich’s lifelong pursuit of preserving the world’s cultural heritage came to fruition in 1935 with the signing of the Roerich Pact treaty at the White House by representatives of the countries comprising the Pan-American Union.

Under the pact, nations at war were obliged to respect museums, universities, cathedrals and libraries as they did hospitals. Just as hospitals flew the Red Cross flag, cultural institutions would fly Roerich’s “Banner of Peace,” a flag that has a white field with three red spheres in the center surrounded by a red circle. Roerich believed that by protecting culture, the spiritual health of the nations would be preserved.

Roerich described the circle as representing the totality of culture, with the three dots being Art, Science, and Religion, three of the most embracing of human cultural activities. He also described the circle as representing the eternity of time, encompassing the past, present, and future. The sacred origins of the symbol, as an illustration of the trinities fundamental to all religions, remain central to the meaning of the Pact and the Banner today.

Devotees of the will of God respect El Morya’s symbol of the three dots as the inner statement and desire to come up higher.