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Re: theos-talk H.P. Blavatsky Speaks....

Jul 08, 2011 10:00 PM
by MKR

Thanks for the link hpbspeaks.

I noted in the writeup that HPB was mentioning about Panchen Lama and that
he is a high initiate and knows about the Adepts who reside north of the
Himalayan Range. There is no mention of Dalai Lama who is well known in the
West. Very few know about Panchen Lama.

Is there any discussion anywhere about the relative occult standing of Dalai
Lama in HPB's writings or other literature? And this would interest some.


On Fri, Jul 8, 2011 at 3:29 PM, Daniel <> wrote:

> **
> H.P. Blavatsky wrote:
> -----------------------------------------
> With all our many failures, at least we may claim to have placed before the
> thinking public a logical, coherent, and philosophical scheme of man's
> origin, destiny, and evolution â a scheme preeminent above all else for its
> rigorous adherence to justice. And, that we may broaden our criterion of
> truth, our research extends to an enquiry into the nature of the less known
> forces, cosmic and psychical. In one word, our whole aim and desire are to
> help, in at least some degree, toward arriving at correct scientific views
> upon the nature of man, which carry with them the means of reconstructing
> for the present generation the deductive metaphysical or transcendental
> philosophy which alone is the firm, unshakable foundation of every religious
> philosophy.
> ------------------------------------------
> See:
> H.P.B. Speaks
> Daniel
> Blavatsky Study Center / Blavatsky Archives

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