Red Fire: Helps to widen blood vessels and breathing tubes. Good for circulatory and respiratory systems and those with heart and asthma problems. Increases energy into blood and helps eliminate feeling of fatigue or weakness, driving out sick energy along with toxic substances. Use for colds and shock. It is not safe to use Red in sexually transmitted diseases or cancer as it causes the disease to multiple at a faster rate
The Red Sacred Fire represents wise service. The Red Fire is the Passion and Blood of Christ, Spiritual Guides, Angels, and Ascended Masters. Red Fire instructs us to express our love for the Divine Spirit in service to all of the Divine Spirits creations (Mineral, Plant, Animal, Earth, Human, Universe ..and more).
The Red Sacred Fire corresponds to the solar plexus chakra, which is located in the abdomen on the human body. The spiritual Red Fire energy flows into the body through the solar plexus chakra to help you physically ( treat conditions of the stomach, liver, kidneys, and colon), mentally (make decisions and become more confident), and spiritually (learn how to use your God-given talents to fulfill God’s purposes for your lives and make the world a better place).
LIFE SITUATIONS IN THE RED FIRE
Red Fire also helps you develop the ThreeFold Flame:
Seraphims and Uriel, the archangel of wisdom, is in charge of the Red Sacred Fire. A seraphim is the highest rank in the Christian angelic hierarchy and in the fifth rank of ten in the Jewish angelic hierarchy. It is six-winged beings that fly around the Throne of God crying "holy, holy, holy".
The Archangels who help lead the seraphim are Seraphiel, Michael, and Metatron. Religious texts describe them as radiating brilliant light like flames of fire. Each seraph has six wings, in pairs that serve different purposes: they use two wings to cover their faces (shielding them from becoming overwhelmed by looking directly at God's glory), two wings to cover their feet (symbolizing their humble respect for and submission to God), and two wings to fly around God's throne in heaven (representing the freedom and joy the come from worshiping God). The seraphim's bodies are covered with eyes on all sides, so they can constantly watch God in action. The seraphim are always serving God; they never stop.Apostle John described seraphim in Revelation 4:8 of the Bible, he wrote: "Day and night they never stop saying: "'Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty, who was, and is, and is to come."
Seraphims send Red Sacred Fire to help you to receive God’s wisdom before making decisions, come up with fresh creative ideas, learning new information, solving problems, resolving conflicts, letting go of destructive emotions such as anxiety and anger that prevents us from thinking clearly, and gives us confidence. This is the Path of Energized Enthusiasm that bestows prosperity, magical powers, prophecy and good will to yourself and others. Ascended Master Serapis Bey was one of the forty-nine Mighty Seraphim who came in the beginning. Forty-eight returned home to the Great Central Sun, but Serapis remained as a magnet to draw to each planet, as it was created, a Host of Seraphim for its development and growth.
Serapis Bey, sometimes written as Serapis, is regarded in Theosophy as being one of the Masters of the Ancient Wisdom[ and in the Ascended Master Teachings is considered to be an Ascended Master and member of the Great White Brotherhood. He is regarded as the Chohan(or Lord) of the Fourth Ray (see Seven Rays). C. W. Leadbeater wrote that Henry Steel Olcott was given occult training by Serapis Bey when his own master, Morya, was unavailable. A series of letters to Olcott, alleged to be from Serapis, encouraging Olcott to support Blavatsky in the founding of the Theosophical Society were published in the book Letters from the Masters of the Wisdom.
Few people have seen seraphs appear in their heavenly form on Earth, but seraphs have manifested in their heavenly glory occasionally during Earth's history. The most famous account of a seraph in heavenly form interacting with a person comes from the year 1224 when Saint Francis of Assisi encountered a seraph who gave him stigmata wounds as he was praying about what Jesus Christ experienced on the cross.