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Laurie Gudnason, Leader of the 7th. Ray (North American) Mystery School

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Our guest is Laurie Secrist Gudnason, known in the Councils of the Wise as Lady Eleanor; Principal and Guiding Force of the 7th. Mystery School; The School of the Ray of Metatron. As Time moves on, truth is revealed, and change comes. In tradition the mysteries are taught in secret to those who are true seekers and find a true teacher! Once an Individual is Initiated, and complete in their knowledge and empowerment, they are sent out into the world to Teach. Over time, a Mystery School is established, and the leaders evolve to the height of their potential. After a few years of peak performance, they begin to fade. A new generation of Initiates is trained through the Mystery tradition take over, and the Magical current is renewed with their strength and enthusiasm. The 7th.Mystery School is being renewed by the energetic change brought about on December 28, 2006! The 7th Ray Mystery School is proud to be a part of the new paradigm on Earth, and to serve as a model for the Mystery Schools that will spring up in each location anchoring an Archangelic Ray! The role of the 7th Ray Mystery School is to bridge the traditional Mystery School ways and imbue energy into the new Paradigm! The Lineage of the 7th Ray Mystery School (previously known as Rocky Mountain Mystery School) and sourced by the Ray of Metatron, is the North American tradition. Lady Eleanor, co-founder of the Mystery School, has held this Lineage since her Initiation and naming ceremony by Dr. Bob White Eagle in October 1998. As Lady Eleanor provided the North American Lineage of the original Rocky Mountain Mystery School, the school retains the power, knowledge, and majesty of this tradition.

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