Re: theos-talk Re: Volume III (1897) of THE SECRET DOCTRINE
Apr 26, 2011 05:03 PM
by Cass Silva
IMO, From HPB's words she had every intention of publishing these works, if she
had lived. As they were suppressed my thinking is that Knightley,de Zirkoff and
Besant were responsible for the cover up. I wouldn't be surprised if the
original manuscripts were given to her sister who thought it wiser not to make
them available to the then leaders of the TS.
I am sure the Adepts would have made sure that they did not fall into the wrong
hands or used as false evidence that the masters were once again in touch with
As they have remained hidden one can only speculate that the world is still not
ready for this knowledge.
>From: Konstantin Zaitzev <kay_ziatz@gcHylP9aOh_9a4WBvFMrnIl4mbGajHmqozC3ZX8tsAu9rRKDvAfnn8agzx1bLD3DdrMfATdHOxxlpyXyaEM.yahoo.invalid>
>Sent: Wed, 27 April, 2011 3:59:07 AM
>Subject: theos-talk Re: Volume III (1897) of THE SECRET DOCTRINE
>--- In email@example.com, "Daniel" <danielhcaldwell@...> wrote:
>> "The Myth of the "Missing" Third Volume of The Secret Doctrine."
>I use this opportunity to thank you for the very good article.
>I recommend it to every theosopist, as it treats not only about 3rd volume but
>also explains the right sequence how all volumes were written (and
>correspondingly, how they should be studied).
>Here in Russia this article was accepted with the interest.
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