Sufilight on "The basic question is what text did de Zirkoff DEPEND on?"
May 18, 2006 12:49 PM
> I would say: Available to who?
That is, available to the public, to ordinary human beings.
Then you write:
> I ask: The original physical manuscript, which Bertram Keightley >
> and Dr. Archibald Keightley read is lost for ever? Where is the
> evidence on that?
Well, FOREVER is a long time! Let us say the original physical
manuscript is not now available. However TS Pasadena apparently
have some (a few?) pages of HPB's manuscript. But I am not aware of
the rest of the manuscript having survived. As far as I know, Mr.
de Zirkoff could not find it, it is not at Adyar, as far as I know,
Michael Gomes has not discovered it. If you can find it, let me
You also write:
> Yet, we aught also to remember, that the original is forver
> available in the non-physical Akasha library.
Well, that may be so. If you can directly access it, I would like
for you to look several things up.....can you?
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