a high way of righteousness to the hearts and minds of men

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Every part of life is precious unto us, therefore our role is to convey through the ascended masters’ councils and through the publishing abroad of the principles of the Great White Brotherhood the everlasting gospel of the Universal Christ that will open a new and living way, a high way of righteousness to the hearts and minds of men.  Thus will their goals be standardized to the perfection of the golden rule, these same goals providing heaven with the connecting links that are required to channel the glory of God into the earthly lives of men.  Then as we send forth our rays to enriched their hearts and minds we will not be confined by the limited aspects of organization or personality, but we will spread abroad the canopy of a living faith upon the Earth and upon the hearts of her people.         -Helios of the Sun:  Pearls of Wisdom 13:2


Self-imposed limitation bars man from effectively grasping cosmic principles and thus denies him access to the consciousness of the ascended masters.  While man in many ages has earnestly sought to find deliverance from a host of problems and to unleash the secrets of nature within himself, he has also created a great deal of adversity by his self-erected barriers.  These, both mental and emotional, have prevented the great cosmic light from acting in his world.               -Helios:  Pearls of Wisdom 13:29


Before Kao’s pioneering work in the 1960s, glass fibers were widely believed to be unsuitable as a conductor of information because of excessively high signal loss from light scattering. Kao realized that, by carefully purifying the glass, bundles of thin fibers could be manufactured that would be capable of carrying huge amounts of information over long distances with minimal signal attenuation and that such fibers could replace copper wires for telecommunication.

  Charles Kuen Kao, born 11-4-1933 at Shanghai, did his undergraduate studies in electrical engineering at Woolwich Polytechnic (now the University of Greenwich).  In 1965, Kao was awarded the PhD degree in electrical engineering from the University of London; he is known as the father of fiber optics.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3146387/   Unknown-2.jpeg-Dr. Kao



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