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The Etheric City Shamballa contains the Retreat of the Lord of the World, Gautama Buddha It has been the home of Sanat Kumara for 4.5 million years. This Retreat, once physical on an island of the Gobi Sea, is now at the etheric sub plane level of the physical octave over the Gobi Desert. Here the headquarters of the Great Brotherhood of Light on Earth is located. In eastern tradition, Shamballa is the name of an earthly paradise somewhere between the Himalayas and the Gobi Desert. This concept was brought to the west as Shangri-la in the fictional novel by James Hilton, Lost Horizon, featured in the 1937 movie by the same name.
The main Temple at Shamballa has a gold dome and is surrounded by fountains and seven minor temples, on a wide avenue lined with trees, flower and tropical birds. On the altar blazes the Pink, Blue and Gold Threefold Flame of Divine Love, Wisdom and Power. The "Star of Sanat Kumara" hangs on the ceiling above it.
- Luk, A.D.K. The Law of Life : Book II (Pueblo, Colorado: A.D.K. Luk Publications, 1989)
- Prophet, Mark & Elizabeth; compiled by Annice Booth The Masters And Their Retreats (Montana: Summit University Press, 2003)
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