THE MERKABAH — “What is it and Where can we find it?”
Merkaba, also spelled Merkabah, is the divine light vehicle allegedly used by ascended masters to connect with and reach those in tune with the higher realms. “Mer” means Light. “Ka” means Spirit. “Ba” means Body. Mer-Ka-Ba means the spirit/body surrounded by counter-rotating fields of light, (wheels within wheels as described by Ezekiel), spirals of energy which transports spirit/body from one dimension to another.
Well doesn’t that sound fantastic? Slightly hard to grasp. So… what is it physically?
The Merkaba is two tetrahedrons, overlapped within a sphere. The connecting points between the tetrahedrons and the sphere, if the point of each tetrahedron is placed at each pole of the sphere, are at 19.5 degrees latitude. We see this shape all over the world in many religions but many associate it as the Star of David or Zion as its 2 dimensional representation.
Let’s take a look at some divine vehicles in our own solar system.
Mauna Loa, Hawaii (19 degrees 28 minutes N, 155 degrees 37 minutes W) The largest shield volcano is at 19.6 degrees north. This is Mauna-Kea volcano on the island of Hawaii.
Mexico City, Mexico (19 degrees 23 minutes N, 99 degrees 10 minutes W) The Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan is at 19.6 degrees north.
Dzibalchen, (Yucatan), Mexico (19 degrees 28 minutes N, 89 degrees 46 minutes W)
Georgetown, Grand Cayman Island (19 degrees 18 minutes N, 81 degrees 26 minutes W)
Mount Emi Koussi, Chad, Africa (19 degrees 47 minutes N, 18 degrees 34 minutes E)
Mount Kalsubai, (near Bombay), India (19 degrees 33 minutes N, 73 degrees 43 minutes E)
Mountain near Xiangkhoang, Laos (19 degrees 17 minutes N, 103 degrees 17 minutes E)
Mountain near Potosi, Bolivia (19 degrees 13 minutes S, 66 degrees 22 minutes W)
Yasur Volcano, Tanna Island, Vanuatu (South Pacific Ocean) (19 degrees 31 minutes S, 169 degrees 25 minutes E)
Mount Samuel, Northwest Territory, Australia (19 degrees 13 minutes S, 134 degrees 8 minutes E)
Gweru, Zimbabwe, Africa (19 degrees 31 minutes S, 29 degrees 49 minutes E)
The Merkaba is a fundamental framework in the creation of the material world, it is a symbol of balance and flow. Our own body has a Merkaba holding the bubble that is our personal auras in place. There are many people who practice Merkaba meditation. By using certain breathing and visualizing techniques, it is said that one can activate the true powers of the Merkaba and maintain harmony within one self’s world.
Here is a video explaining Merkaba Meditation
by Will Lockwood