Dr. George King

Dr. George King (1919-1997) was a master of yoga, space contactee, and outstanding trance medium – probably the best the world has ever seen.

In 1958 the Master Jesus spoke through him delivering one of the most brilliant series of spiritual teachings mankind has ever been given: The Twelve Blessings.

For those who doubt the extraordinary claims of Dr. King – there is one proof greater than all others; evidence the like of which cannot be faked.

That is: the quality of the wisdom in the teachings given through him.

You can test the teachings for yourself by putting them into practice and contemplating on their deeper meaning. If your mind is open, and you have a yearning desire to help others – the truth of these teachings will be proven to you.

He practiced yoga for 8-10 hours a day for 10 years at the same time as doing a full-time job.

Dr. George King in siddhasana

Was Dr. King an extraterrestrial intelligence?

Yes – he was. Born into an Earth body with an Earth brain like anyone else, his consciousness originated from another planet. This explains his unique dedication to selfless service and his extraordinary psychic and spiritual abilities.

Born in Shropshire, England, in 1919, he was the son of a schoolteacher, and the family was far from wealthy. Leaving school in his mid-teens, he did a number of jobs over the next 20 years or so, including working as a driver.

However, while his material life was unremarkable, his spiritual life gradually blossomed. His childhood interest in conventional religion developed into a yearning for something more profound. As a young man, he became a Quaker, and was a conscientious objector in the Second World War, working in the fire service during the Blitz.

Around the end of the war, aged about 25, he decided to devote himself completely to yoga and practiced for an average of 8-10 hours a day over the next decade – while still living in London and doing a full-time job to make ends meet. This remarkable feat is, to the best of our knowledge, unmatched in the Western world.

This, of course, was not just yoga in the sense of exercises for health and fitness. The yoga Dr. King was engaged in was highly advanced, and led him to develop a number of psychic powers, including levitation. More importantly, it enabled him to enter the deepest meditative states achievable on Earth – namely samadhi, and ultimately nirvikalpa samadhi also known as nirvana or Cosmic Consciousness.

It was only after attaining the higher states that Dr. King realized his extraterrestrial origin. It was something he seldom talked about – and when he did, it was only to a small circle of his closest students.

“You are to become the voice of Interplanetary Parliament!”

Dr. King in the “Transmission Room” in Los Angeles, where he frequently entered samadhi in order to be the channel for communications from other worlds.

When did Dr. King start working with beings from other planets?

One sunny Saturday morning in 1954, he was drying dishes in his small rented London flat, when he heard the words:

“Prepare yourself! You are to become the voice of Interplanetary Parliament.”

These were the words of an extraterrestrial Master known as Aetherius, after whom The Aetherius Society is named – this being the organization Dr. King founded shortly thereafter.

This began Dr. King’s mission as the channel for a number of advanced intelligences from other planets to deliver practical spiritual teachings to Earth.

He did this in a number of ways:

1. Telepathy over a distance

2. Meeting with an alien intelligence and communicating telepathically.

3. Projection from the physical body to other planets or extraterrestrial spacecraft

4. Entering a yogic samadhic trance – a very difficult and dangerous feat.

It was in this last way that Dr. King was the channel for the Master Jesus to deliver The Twelve Blessings.

It should be noted that Dr. King was also far more than just a channel for teachings; he actively worked with beings from other planets in a number of ways to prevent or minimize large-scale catastrophes, and generally to help mankind to evolve.

He also gave his own teachings – many of which are, arguably, every bit as brilliant as those given through him by other Masters. One of these teachings is how to pray, and how to put the teachings of The Twelve Blessings into practice.

His life and his legacy are truly unique – and unprecedented on Earth.

What was Dr. King like?

Dr. King was above all a very logical and practical man. His whole mission was one of action: doing as much as he possibly could to help mankind. This action is not yet understood by the majority of people on Earth – but there will come a time when it is.

He loved to work, and loved to see others working – providing the work was constructive of course. He was down-to-earth, dressed normally in his everyday life, did not like people bowing and scraping, and ate normal food. He was extremely direct in his views, criticisms and praise – and was fearless in sticking to truth at all times, including when he was ridiculed by the press, and even when his life was threatened. He lived modestly, showing no interest in great wealth or luxury.

He had a great sense of humor, and in his rare moments of fun and relaxation, he could be the life and soul of the party.

He was, in a sense, if you didn’t know him, the very last person you would ever imagine would be talking about life on other planets, and even his close followers seem at times to have virtually forgotten quite how important he was, and how great a master he was.

His life was one of unconditional surrender to God – his mission one of selfless service to mankind. This involved a tremendous amount of sacrifice and suffering, not to mention a great deal of determination and patience.

His life and his legacy are truly unique – and unprecedented on Earth.

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