Sanat Kumara figures in several roles in the religious traditions of the East. Each one reveals another facet of his Divine Self. In each role, he teaches us something different about God and about our path to God.
In Hinduism, Sanat Kumara is sometimes called Skanda, or Karttikeya the son of Shiva and Parvati.
The Ascended Masters teach that the supreme God of Zoroastrianism, Ahura Mazda, is Sanat Kumara. Ahura Mazda means "Wise Lord" or "Lord who bestows intelligence."
The prophet Daniel recorded his vision of Sanat Kumara, whom he called "the Ancient of Days." Daniel writes,
"I beheld till the thrones were set in place, and the Ancient of days did sit, whose garment was white as snow, and the hair of his head like the pure wool. His throne was like the fiery flame and is wheels as burning fire. [His chakras.]
The Ascended Master Sanat Kumara is the Hierarch of Venus. Long ago during earth's darkest hour, Sanat Kumara came here to keep the threefold flame of Life on behalf of earth's people.
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