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Re: theos-talk Dzungarian "Mani Kumbum" -" Book of the 10,000 Precepts"

Jul 06, 2012 09:00 AM
by John W

I have had a careful search for possible downloads of the "Mani Kumbum", but there appear to be none.
However, the search turned up the references to it in "The Secret Doctrine"; and also a number of small PDFs in which were recorded the teachings based on it given at a "Mani retreat" earlier this year, and which make reference to it. The links for the latter are on ; and ; , and include the following: - Illuminating The Path To Enlightenment - Becoming Your Own Therapist - Arhatic Yoga Retreat  - ditto - Library Resources; or - ditto
John W.
--- On Fri, 6/7/12, MKR <> wrote:
From: MKR <>
Subject: Re: theos-talk Dzungarian "Mani Kumbum" -" Book of the 10,000 Precepts"
Date: Friday, 6, July, 2012, 5:26 PM



      Here what I found googling:


*From*: John C. Huntington <>

*List Editor*: Dan Arnold <>

*Editor's Subject*: Re: QUERY>Vessantara Jataka in Tibet and East Asia


*Author's Subject*: Re: QUERY>Vessantara Jataka in Tibet and East Asia


*Date Written*: October 14, 2010 7:42:17 PM CDT

*Date Posted*: Fri, 14 Oct 2010 21:44:41 -0400

To all with an interest in Trizin Tsering's  published translation of the Mani

Kumbum mentioned by Barstow,

It is said to be available at:

Evergreen Buddhist Culture Service pte ltd

100, Eu Tong Sen Street #03-15, #03-17

Pearls Center, singapore 059812

Tele 65 62206360



The price for the two volume set is not mentioned

I have not seen the Mani Kumbum yet, but I do have a copy of Trizin Tsering's

Dharmakaya Stupa and while it is some what problematic, it is still quite



John C. Huntington, Professor

(Buddhist Art and Methodologies)

<> <>

Department of the History of Art

The Ohio State University

Columbus, OH, U.S.A.


On Thu, Jul 5, 2012 at 12:11 PM, M. Sufilight


> **



> Dear friends


> Is the book "Mani Kumbum," mentioned by Blavatsky available today? Where?

> Only in Tibetan Budhiams Monasteries?


> H. P. Blavatsky wrote:

> As said in the Scriptures: "The Past time is the Present time, as also the

> Future, which, though it has not come into existence, still is"; according

> to a precept in the Prasanga Madhyamika teaching, whose dogmas have been

> known ever since it broke away from the purely esoteric schools.*

> * See Dzungarian "Mani Kumbum," the "Book of the 10,000 Precepts." Also

> consult Wassilief's "Der Buddhismus," pp. 327 and 357, etc.



> The book "Der Buddhismus" by Wasiljew is



> M. Sufilight


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