Theos-World Re: An Insider's Perspective on Blavatsky, Judge, and Besant
Feb 11, 2007 09:50 PM
Thanks John for the info !
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, samblo@... wrote:
> I provided citation on three Cleather Book to Nigel in reply
> suggest you "Google" both "Guruda" and "Kinnara" cross-culturally
they are same and
> Kinnara is also found in the Celtic Fairy Faith as a class. An
> aside, somewhere many years ago in a Theosophical source I have
> William Quan Judge for some reason had the name "Kinnara" this
> made me wonder if it was his first surname and whether he was
> The Guruda from the Hindu are in the class of the Suparna if I
> correctly and are higher celestial Intelligence's kin of the "Lha"
> Recently I was apprised of the Russian Yuri A. Skaharov's
> Tibet in search of Shambhala. He found most interesting antiquity
in Tibet Zhang
> Zhung in the Guruda Valley along the Sutledge River "The Silver
> Guruda." his main Website is www.Nirvana-Tour.ru you should use the
> Translation Tool set to the "Russian-English Beta" you can
translate the website
> using the Tool.
> The Guruda Necklace and the Tashi Lama's Personal Seal are in
> Cleather's "Buddhism - The Science of Life" 1928, on page opposite
to page 71. Second
> Edition September 1928.
> The Kalachakra Tantra Sutra Teaching was held by the Bon
previous to the
> Gelugpa. Madame Blavatsky apparently received instruction on this
> regard to cycles. It was not exposed to the West until the present
> gave instruction for the first time here in the USA in 1986 if I
> correctly in No. California.
> Sakharov found dwellings going back to the BC times around 2300
> In far Western Tibet.
> <A HREF="http://www.unspecial.org/UNS640/t47.html">UN Special No
640- May 2005 • Mt. Kailas-Badmaev</A>
> <A HREF="http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%
7Cen&hl=en&ie=UTF8">Sakharov Nirvana-Tour "About Us" English
> You should click "Terra Incognito" found as an option within
> Homepages and then you will see the Photo folders.
> This is a link that gives a very nice survey of the term "Guruda"
> <A HREF="http://www.khandro.net/mysterious_garuda.htm">Garuda
> <A HREF="http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/ke-
kz.htm">Encyclopedic Theosophical Glossary, Ke-Kz, KINNARA</A>
> Kinnara (Sanskrit) [from kim what + nara man] Also Kim-nara. "What
sort of a
> man?" -- a mythical being supposed to have a human figure with the
head of a
> horse; or sometimes a horse's body having the head of a man. In
> like the naras, they are reckoned with the gandharvas (celestial
> and are likewise frequently connected with the kimpurushas. Some
> that they sprang from the toe of Brahma; but they were the product
of the earth
> at the commencement of the kalpa, the early attempts of formation
> quasi-conscious beings leading to self-conscious beings. In a
larger sense, the
> kinnaras, kimpurushas, etc., are entities belonging to our
planetary chain who
> partake partly of the nature of matter or form, and partly of
spirit. They have a
> definite place in the economy of the planetary chain and perform
> very much as the human hierarchy does. They are more advanced that
> nature sprites or elementals, but yet are inferior to humankind,
and are to be
> classed generally with the hosts of quasi-astral beings.
> <A HREF="http://encycl.opentopia.com/term/Kinnara_Kingdom">Kinnara
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