Shush'Al'Mundra was born in a sacred cave of a
mountain then called El'Hardeen in what is now Lycia, Turkey some 1500 B.
C. She was the offspring of a priestess of Mu'La (Lemurian Mother Goddess)
and a Solar "Immortal" from the Blue Star Rigel.
Shush'Al'Mundra was an Immortal as well. She did not
age and could, if she wished, ascend the body when she left her incarnation.
However, she chose (as a number of Solar beings did) to leave her form in a
state of suspended animation inside the great natural chamber of caverns
beneath her cave of birth. The purpose of this was to keep active the vast
star codes her body contained for the future formation of the
This soul's incarnation as Shush'Al'Mundra was her
only incarnation in the dense physical. She resides now in
Shush'Al'Mundra soul is the central soul-anchor for
the She Who Lights the World, the divine feminine
Ain Soph or Sophia.
From her spiritual womb was born all the Goddess women / archetypes of the
As Shush'Al'Mundra she established her temple in
what was to become Lycia, Turkey. The immense caverns of her cave run
beneath the ancient ruins of Arykanda. It was in this cave that she
initiated another Immortal who was to become known as the "god" Mithras.
The religion that Myithras (Mithras) spawned came from
his teachings, but like the Illumined Immortal, I'shoa / Yeshua / Jesus, he
did not create a religion. This came after him by those seeking to teach the
truths he offered to the world. The Mithraic cult, especially the Roman
version, bore as little resemblance to the teachings of the Master Myithras
as does Christianity to the true words of the Master I'shoa.
When you call upon Shush'Al'Mundra you summon all
those souls who carry an aspect of the Universal Divine Feminine which the
soul of Shush'Al'Mundra has gathered into her light bodies
through eons of time: Isis, Ishtar, Mari Anna (Virgin Mary), Mari
Magdalene...and many others who were once women, raised through veneration
after their departure from this world to goddess -status, recognizing the
Divine Universal Power they represent.
During Shush'Al'Mundra's time on the earth, she and
priestesses and dressed themselves simply in white robes. Shush'Al'Mundra did
wear a scarlet robe in certain ceremonies. After her departure
into the Higher Realm, her temple continued for several centuries, with the
priestesses wear black robes trimmed in silver ) under red hooded robes. This
change in attire was intended to demonstrate the life-giving blood coming
from the void (cave / womb). The silver was a sign that they reflected Her
The ceremonies she conducted with ther 12 priestesses
and sometimes with people who came to her temple to be blessed were also
quite simple. Shush'Al'Mundra's role was liken unto the
Sancta of Mu -
the holding of Divine Presence. Her "teachings" were very much akin to the
basic truths as uttered by such Masters as I'shoa (Jesus) and Buddha.
The honey bee was her animal symbol. The priestesses
with Shush'Al'Mundra often wore a girdle with a golden-threaded honey bee
design woven into it. The spiral was also associated with Shush'Al'Mundra.
In her Mystery, she gave eight symbols, which she called the "symbols of
contemplation." There was a ninth symbol that was "hidden" and would be
revealed to the seeker / initiate once she / he had received fully from the
other eight symbols.
On the Master Medallion Key I have created for
Shush'Al'Mundra, all eight symbols are shown, with the bee concealing the
ninth symbol, as was the custom in her Temple.
Both women and men were initiated into her temple, but
these persons did not live there and dedicate their lives to serving it.
They had homes and families. Only the 12 Asuru Priestesses were
Shush'Al'Mundra's core inner circle.
After Shush'Al'Mundra's departure, the Mundra Temple
(as it was then called) developed other aspects to it. There were then both
male and female priestesses in full dedication living there, although the
priestesses held the most powerful positions. Their ceremonies became more
ritualistic and the initiations more complex; but these changes all occurred
gradually over a period of many years.
During Shush'Al'Mundra's lifetime the temple was a
complex of mud and white plaster beehive-shaped buildings. A larger one was in
the center, with several other smaller hive buildings about it. While the
were simple, they were beautiful. The gardens of Mundra were natural, and yet
elegant in their pattern and choice of plants, flowers and trees. Several
fountains and channels of water flowed through it. The whole complex of
Mundra was about 10 acres.
There is an obvious link between the symbols and
possibly early rituals of the Mundra Temple and the