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Re: To Perry: So what do you think of the book "Man: Son of Man"?

Mar 05, 2007 11:05 PM
by plcoles1

Hi Daniel, That's an interesting piece of information it would be 
interesting to see those correspondences between yourself and Mr 

Unfortunately I have only just started on the book so cant make too 
much of a comment at this stage, when I read his opening comments in 
the introduction I thought this was a bit synchronous as it tied in 
with what Nigel was discussing.

I read the book "Man the Measure of All Things" some years back and 
found it very mind expanding but while having "Man, Son of Man" on 
the shelf for a few years now have never actually got around to 
reading it, but I'll let you know what I think once I've finished 
reading it what my impressions are.



--- In, "danielhcaldwell" 
<danielhcaldwell@...> wrote:
> Perry,
> I'm curious.
> What do you think of the book:
> Man, Son of Man, In the Stanzas of Dzyan
> by Sri Madhava Ashish. ??
> Your mentioning of this book brings back
> fond memories of the early 1970s when I
> wrote to Geoffrey Barborka about Ashish's
> book.
> I remember Mr. Barborka writing back dozens
> of single spaced pages of commentaries!  Quite
> a treat....
> If I remember correctly Ashish contended the
> root races were NOT to be taken literally.
> In other words, there were NO Atlantean giants....
> I also remember Mr. Barborka writing to me and quoting from an early
> letter from Master KH:
> "The vril of the 'Coming Race' was the common property of races now 
> extinct. And, as the very existence of those gigantic ancestors of 
> ours is now questioned -- though in the Himavats, on the very 
> territory belonging to you we have a cave full of the skeletons of 
> these giants -- and their huge frames when found are invariably 
> regarded as isolated freaks of nature, so the vril or Akas -- as we 
> call it -- is looked upon as an impossibility, a myth."
> Daniel

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