a witness of Elizabeth Clare Prophet and
the ascended masters by Jeffrey McNabb
My dad was a spiritual man
and a 32nd degree mason, but had never accepted our church as his
own. Still, he definitely accepted Mother as a great spiritual leader.
He supported us for years so we could work on staff. Once, when
we asked Mother whether it was lawful she said yes, that it was
his good karma.
Mother and my dad had heard a lot about
each other but hadn’t met. When my dad moved here at the age
of eighty, he wanted to meet Mother so my wife Nancy arranged a
meeting. He was wearing a bright red flannel shirt. Mother stood
up and embraced him with the fullness of her love and acceptance.
“Well,” she said. “It feels like old friends’
week. I’ve known you forever.” This was very special.
When my dad decided to get married at the tender
age of 82, he asked Mother permission to marry one of her students.
She said yes and served Holy Communion at their wedding. Then, two
years later on Easter Sunday, he asked to be baptized and Mother
came and blessed him.