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RE: RE: Trans-Persnal Psychology -- its coverage ==

Jan 29, 1999 10:28 AM
by Dallas TenBroeck

Jan 28th

To friend Andrew where the Sun spends the winter (or the Earth
planes (for the moment) above the ecliptic ?  Hope it's not too
hot - here we face the 30s tonight.

Many thanks for the steer - will look up.


> From: Andrew Rooke
> Sent:	Friday, January 29, 1999 1:58 AM
> Subject: Re: RE: Trans-Personal Psychology -- its coverage ==

Dallas : greetings from Melbourne where the sun is shining in
mid-summer! There is an excellent article comparing HPB's
time periods the modern understanding of such periods on the TS
(Pasadena) American Section website (not the HQ site). This is a
reproduction of an article originally published in the,
Link. If you look under the collection of articles by subject
you'll find it under
"Science". From memory, it seems to indicate that there are
significant differences between the two schemes in that HPB
(following the Hindu chronology) would place the age of the Earth
approx. half the scientific estimate. This, of course affects the
correspondence of the geological ages and the various stages of
Man's development viz a viz science and theosophy. For example,
it may
well have been possible that physical man and the remnants of the
dinosaurs overlapped for a time. I feel something like this must
happened considering the enduring image of such creatures in the
human consciousness expressed at various times as dragons and
latterly in hugely popular films.

Greetings to all on the list,


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