Re: Theos-World Re: Anand, Why Do you Not Deal with the KH Letter on HPB??
Sep 18, 2008 02:56 PM
Thank you for your reply and comments. I also hope the many will read this wonderful book that helped me so much many years. In those days I was fully involved in an extremely phenomenal UFO Abduction Case and was desparetely searching for some resource that would help me understand the events I experienced first person. I was lead to the Besant Lodge on Temple Hill in Hollywood. The Director Frank Silberman took me to a locked cottage behind the main Lodge. Unlocking the door he allowed me to search books that had long been locked away in the musty smeeling air in that room back there. I found Tibet and Tulku then and purchased it and studied it. I wanted to know "WHO" the "Projectionist" was that acted via the body of the UFO Experiencer that produced many phenomenal events, apportments, sounds in the air, preomen of thoughts I held in my mind, time displacement and collapse while in my car with three friends together and one passenger enigmatic. My phone would ring in my sl
eep. After reading Tibet and Tulku I understood so much more of the possibilities of consciousness and m still so grateful I found that book! I wish everyone here would find some way to access it and read it.
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From: "danielhcaldwell" <email@example.com>
Yes your reference to Geoffrey Barborka's book "H.P. Blavatsky, Tibet
and Tulku" is good.
I would suggest that Anand and other interested readers carefully
read and study Mr. Barborka's book so that they will be better
informed on HPB and not naively accept or reject what C.W. Leadbeater
reported concerning T. Subba Row's 1885 view of Madame Blavatsky.
For ordering options, on Mr. Barborka's book, see:
Blavatsky Study Center / Blavatsky Archives
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Augoeides-222@... wrote:
> Daniel and all,
> Just my personal view. The established rapport that joined the
Master to H.P.B. was for eternity and not enabled to dissolution.
> >>>"We have not abandoned her [HPB]; she is not 'given over
> to chelas.' [as both A.P. Sinnett and T. Subba Row were contending
> the time!!!] She is our direct agent...." <<<
> Citation: Tibet and Tulku, Chapter XVI, Page364:
> " Why, such an extravagant, seemingly useless tirade as contained
in the letter? Because, the hour is near; and that after having
proved what I have to, I will bow myself out from the refined Western
Society and ------ be no more. You may all whistle for the
> (Letter to A. P. Sinnett, March 17, ( the Pythagorean Number)
> Chapter XVI deals with the modes of Avesa (how and in what manner
and degree projection of consciousness and occupancy by the Adept or
Master can take place). My view is this is helpful to understand the
circumstance of Madame Blavatsky.
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