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Master KH on Dugpas: "Every man has a potential Dugpa in him."

Apr 20, 2006 11:21 PM
by danielhcaldwell

Master KH on Dugpas:

[Research has shown that this material from Master K.H. 
dates back to the 1880s. One version of this material can be found 
written on the end pages of William Q. Judge's Nov.-Dec. 1888 diary.

On the astral and psychic planes the Masters are always stronger 
than the Dugpas, because there, good is stronger than evil.  But on 
our material plane, evil is stronger than good, and the Adepts 
having to exercise cunning if acting on this plane, (which is 
contrary to their natures) encounter great difficulty and can only 
palliate evil effects. In powers not good there is an absence of 
good, but not presence of evil, and the higher you go, the more does 
evil become the absence of good. The first exercise of Dugpaship is 
to psychologize people. Every man has a potential Dugpa in him. When 
the 6th Race reaches its close, there will be no more Dugpas. A 
Dugpa may become converted during life, at the expense of terrible 
suffering and trials. Dugpas are usually destroyed by Kundalini, the 
astral fire. They consume themselves. The Dugpa is forced to his own 
destruction. He becomes fascinated, runs into the evil current and 
so destroys himself. The beasts of Dugpas have nothing but the 
animal in them, and even when they awaken the highest spirituality 
in them, it is the spirituality of the beast where there is nothing 
but vile, selfish instinct. On earth there is no evil power higher 
than the Dugpas. They cannot when seen psychically conceal the 
presence of red about them. It is always visible in their aura. The 
color is deep crimson red. The sign of the presence of a Dugpa is a 
cold, clammy, empty, snaky feeling. Do not mistake the above for 
another feeling, viz., when chelas materialize they create a vacuum 
around them, which feels to us like a change of atmosphere, like 
being suddenly removed to a high plateau in Thibet. (The one a dry 
cold like high atmosphere, the other clammy).

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