The Philosopher’s Stone

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Cintamani, Sanat Kumara, Lumiel & Kshitigarbha – The Wishing Stone of Shambhala

In Buddhism the Cintamani is a stone which people believed granted wishes, commonly thought to be the Philosopher’s stone. Dragon Ball the anime had been inspired by this myth as well and it was said that it fell from the sky in a chest. Tibetan lore claims the stone originated from the constellation of Orion.


By Tony873004 – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0

It was said to be so powerful that it was sent away to Shambhala, a mythical kingdom inside the Earth for the Lord of the Earth to own.

This could be another link to the green stone in the Head Room.


That Lord of the Earth was Sanat Kumara, whom belonged to the “Lords of the Flame”, Christians misunderstood him to be Lucifer the fallen angel. He came from Venus, which is also named the “Morning Star” which Lucifer had also been called. Other similar entities in other religions represent this Earth Lord such as: Melek Taus The Peacock Angel of the Yezidi people and Feri Tradition of Witchcraft.

Sanat Kumara assists mankind in its spiritual evolution and development until it reaches a state of ascended enlightenment. He is believed to be a representative, guide and redeemer of human consciousness.

“In The Book of Lumiel it says the fallen archangel is destined to be reborn time and time again in human form as a savior and take upon himself the pains, sorrows and suffering of humankind. ‘Not until mankind knew who and what I was should they know and understand, but my own sufferings, which must be physical, as the sufferings of mankind must be…these same sufferings and sacrifice should redeem mankind. I was the scapegoat, to be driven into the wilderness suffering shame and ignorance life after life, until the error I had perpetrated had worked itself out by mankind becoming wise, and therefore wholly good, through experience.’ This statement by Lumiel encapsulates one of the most important teachings of the Luciferian tradition as expressed by Madeline Montalban. Yet it is the most controversial and theologically explosive in its implications for the world religions and the cherished beliefs of millions. Madeline believed and taught that Lumiel had incarnated many times in human form on this planet in the past. Among his incarnations when he took the role of divine king and sacrificed god were the various pagan savior gods. These included Tammuz, Adonis, Quetzalcoatl, the Peacock Angel and, most controversial and contentious, the Christ.” – Michael Howard, The Book of Fallen Angels