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Re: Theos-World Koot Hoomi on the real Christ --- the "mystical Voice"

Mar 07, 2009 03:01 PM
by Drpsionic

Now the real question.  Can anyone actually make sense out that?
Chuck the Heretic
In a message dated 3/7/2009 11:11:26 A.M. Central Standard Time, writes:

In a Koot Hoomi letter sent to A.P. Sinnett, one reads the
following on  the  Christ:

..  . . Avalokita Isvar literally interpreted means "the
Lord that is seen."  "Iswara" implying moreover, rather the adjective
than the noun, lordly,  self-existent lordliness, not Lord. It is,
when correctly interpreted, in  one sense "the divine Self perceived
or seen by Self," the Atman or seventh  principle ridded of its
mayavic distinction from its Universal Source --  which becomes the
object of perception for, and by the individuality  centred in Buddhi,
the sixth principle, -- something that happens only in  the highest
state of Samadhi. This is applying it to the microcosm. In the  other
sense Avalokitesvara implies the seventh Universal Principle, as  the
object perceived by the Universal Buddhi "Mind" or Intelligence  which
is the synthetic aggregation of all the Dhyan Chohans, as of  all
other intelligences whether great or small, that ever were, are,  or
will be. Nor is it the "Spirit of Buddhas present in the Church,"  but
the Omnipresent Universal Spirit in the temple of nature -- in  one
case; and the seventh Principle -- the Atman in the temple -- man  --
in the other. Mr. Rhys Davids might have, at least remembered,  the
(to him) familiar simile made by the Christian Adept, the  Kabalistic
Paul: "Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the  Spirit
of God dwelleth in you" -- and thus avoided to have made a mess  of
the name. Though as a grammarian he detected the use of the  "past
particle passive" yet he shows himself far from an inspired  "Panini"
in overlooking the true cause and saving his grammar by raising  the
hue and cry against metaphysics. And yet, he quotes Beale's
Catena  as his authority, for the invention, when, in truth, this work
is perhaps  the only one in English that gives an approximately
correct explanation of  the word, at any rate, on page 374. "Self-
manifested" -- How? it is asked.  "Speech or Vach was regarded as the
Son or the manifestation of the Eternal  Self, and was adored under
the name of Avalokitesvara, the manifested God."  This shows as
clearly as can be -- that Avalokitesvara is both the  unmanifested
Father and the manifested Son, the latter proceeding from,  and
identical with, the other; -- namely, the Parabrahm and Jivatman,  the
Universal and the individualized seventh Principle, -- the  Passive
and the Active, the latter the Word, Logos, the Verb. Call it  by
whatever name, only let these unfortunate, deluded  [EXOTERIC]
Christians know that the real Christ of every Christian is the  Vach,
the "mystical Voice," . .  .

For  more on the mystical Voice, see the following extracts from HPB's
THE VOICE  OF THE SILENCE which can be found at:


_http://hpb.cc_ ( 

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