The Lahun Chakra
Depicted in ancient art and holy writings, a golden disc hovers above the heads of statues and on images of holy ones. This disc, approximately 10 inches in diameter for most, is the golden colored Lahun chakra. Whereas the Haran chakra in the navel area is amber and the third chakra is bright yellow, the Lahun chakra is a true luminous gold color.
The Lemurian word for ten is 'lahun', meaning 'all in one and one in all.' It is so named because during mastery's advanced stages, this Lahun or tenth chakra enlarges until it forms a large sphere reaching from just above the knees to about 2 feet above the head. At that point, the one is in all other chakras and all are in the one. But the true glory of the Lahun chakra becomes active when a later, most mystical union takes place: the union with the Braamish chakra.
The Braamish Chakra
The Braamish chakra is a beautiful silver color, usually the same size as the seven other chakras. It is located about 2 inches below the perineum, or base of the spine.
The Seer Almine
Can you say where the Lahun and Braamish chakras are on Earth?✶
Lahun is Klanivik. Braamish is on the moon.†
And, to clarify, the root chakra is in Africa?‡
The source of the White Nile.
✶Related: Twelve Chakras, Twelve Demons
†Klanivik is the smoky sun; the Earth's central sun
‡I took the opportunity to also ask about the root, as I recall that was a planetary chakra identified before.