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A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section Two - Division D - Thought Elementals and Fire Elementals
The Devas of the Etheric Double

The subject that we are to deal with now concerns those devas who are etheric doubles of all that is. It is full of profit therefore to the wise student, for it reveals the method whereby all forms materialize upon the physical plane.

It is not the purpose of this treatise to trace the materialization of a form as it originates upon the archetypal planes, through the agency of divine thought, and from thence (through directed streams of intelligent energy) acquires substance as it is reproduced upon each plane, until eventually (upon the physical plane) the form stands revealed at its densest point of manifestation. No form is as yet perfect, and it is this fact which necessitates cyclic evolution, and the continual production of forms until they approximate reality in fact and in deed. The method of form production may be tabulated as follows: [926]


  1. Divine thought - The cosmic mental plane.
  2. Divine desire - The cosmic astral plane.
  3. Divine activity - The cosmic physical plane (our seven systemic planes).
  • The logoic Breath - First plane - The Sound 85 A.
    This is the first etheric appearance of a solar system upon the atomic subplane of the cosmic physical plane. The seeds of life are all latent. Faculty inheres from an earlier solar essence.
  • The logoic Sound - Second plane - The Sound A U.
    This is the body of the solar system in the second ether. This plane is the archetypal plane. The seeds of [927] life are vibrating or germinating. The seven centers of energy are apparent. The one deva Agni is seen as seven. The form is now potentially perfect.
  • The logoic triple Word - The third plane - The Sound A U M.
    The body of the solar system in substance of the third etheric plane is seen, and the three function as one. The triple energy of the Logos is coordinated, and nothing now can hinder the Work of evolution. The three groups of devas are active, and the archetypal form is in process of materialization.
  • The logoic septenary Word - The fourth plane - The seven syllabled Word
    The logoic etheric centers become active.
    The etheric body of the solar system is now complete, though it will not be perfected till the end of another manvantara. The greater body of vitality is ready to energize the dense physical vehicle. The seven centers with their forty-nine major petals are vibrant, and consciousness thrills through every atom in the system.

An interlude or period of pause is to be found at this stage of development; in it the processes of coordination and of stabilization are carried on; the energy or the vibration is increased until it becomes possible, by a simultaneous effort, emanating from all the three aspects, to bring into objectivity that which is as yet subjective. This is paralleled by man on the physical plane in the applied effort he has to make to bring through and materialize, that which he has conceived and desired. The reason so many people fail in materializing their concepts, and hence come to be reckoned as failures, is owing to the fact of their inability to make a coordinated applied effort, and thus set in motion substance of the three lower subplanes of the physical plane. They [928] succeed in bringing their concept through from the mental plane (as does the Logos on cosmic levels) as far as the fourth etheric level of the physical, and there their energy becomes exhausted owing to three things:

  1. Lack of sustained will or concentration,
  2. Lack of alignment with the Ego,
  3. A weakness of coordination between the two parts of the physical vehicle.

85 Mantric Sounds. A mantram is a combination of sounds, of words and of phrases that, through virtue of certain rhythmic effects, achieve results that would not be possible apart from them. The most sacred of all the Eastern mantrams given out as yet to the public is the one embodied in the words: "Om mani padme hum." Every syllable of this phrase has a secret potency, and its totality has seven meanings and can bring about seven different results.

There are various mantric forms, based upon this formula and upon the Sacred Word, which, sounded rhythmically and in different keys, accomplish certain desired ends, such as the invoking of protective angels or devas, and definite work, either constructive or destructive upon the planes.

The potency of a mantram depends upon the point in evolution of the man who employs it. Uttered by an ordinary man it serves to stimulate the good within his bodies, to protect him, and it will also prove of beneficent influence upon his environment. Uttered by an adept or initiate its possibilities for good are infinite and far-reaching.

Mantrams are of many kinds, and generally speaking might be enumerated as follows:

  1. Some very esoteric mantrams, existing in the original Sensa, in the custody of the Great White Lodge.
  2. Some Sanskrit mantrams employed by initiates and adepts.
  3. Mantrams connected with the different rays.
  4. Mantrams used in healing.
  5. Mantrams used in the departments of either the Manu, the Bodhisattva, or the Mahachohan.
  6. Mantrams used in connection with the devas and the elemental kingdoms.
  7. Special mantrams connected with fire.

All these mantrams depend for their potency upon the sound and rhythm and upon the syllabic emphasis imparted to them when enunciating and intoning. They depend too upon the capacity of the man who uses them to visualize and to will the desired effect.

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