Ramakrishna and his wife Sarada Devi are among the most loved and respected masters from India. Although he was a Hindu priest devoted to Kali, he was also initiated into and fervently practiced Christianity and Islam, living the truth he taught: that all religions come from the same root.
"The Divine Mother always listens to her devotees. In the sacred land of the Vedas, Ramakrishna was one of her greatest devotees." - Samael Aun Weor, Alchemy and Kabbalah in the Tarot
"According to Indian tradition, Ramakrishna had Sarada Devi sit on the throne of the Divine Mother within the temple. At the same time, he began to sing the hymn to Devi Kundalini with the ancestral ritual ceremony, which culminated in the famous Shorashi Puja, the adoration of woman. He and she achieved samadhi during the Maithuna... In this way one reaches the point of exercising all power over the akashic tattva". - Samael Aun Weor, The Mystery of the Golden Flower