Re: Inca Map
Oct 13, 2010 02:31 AM
Of course reproductions of her map float around in various publications, with various levels of quality, and on the internet.
I am pointing out that these original documents - such as the map, or Einstein's alleged copy of the SD - of which we assume the Adyar archives are really looking after and conserving for posterity, are artefacts of great historical significance.
So it is a bit of a shame that this institute does not have an online catalogue and digitised holdings, as any library, archive or museum is doing these days.
So what about the whereabouts of the original, hand drawn Inca map? Has anybody here actually seen it him- or herself? Saying that there are books with the text of the Declaration of Independence does not diminish the significance of the original document.
--- In email@example.com, "Erica L. Georgiades" <eletzerich@...> wrote:
> Dear friends,
> As I've mentioned sometime ago, I recall the map was published. After asking a
> friend, he confirmed it and a copy of the map is on H. P. Blavatsky Collected
> Writings, vol. II, opposite page 336.
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