Gopal Das
Gopal Das was the Living Master around 3,000 B.C., during the time of Ramses II, when the pyramids were being built by the Pharaohs at Sakkara in Egypt.

Much of the base-twelve number system in early use during the ancient Egyptian times was due to the efforts of Gopal Das. He introduced a simple system which was considered the duo-decimal system which is the reckoning by 12 in common use today. The priestcraft tried to withhold it from the public, but he ws able to give out enough information, especially among the disciples of his time, and gradually in the centuries that followed the system became better known and found favor in public education. He was also responsible for introducing licorice into Egypt for medical purposes.

A rather tall, thin man with light golden hair and a full face, his eyes light blue, he teaches and acts as guardian of the holy books, at the Askleposis Temple of Golden Wisdom in the city of Sahasra-dal-Kanwal on the Anda Lok, known as the astral world.