Re:The "Eternal Present: and KARMA
Apr 18, 1998 05:34 PM
by Dallas TenBroeck
April 18th 1997
On p. 200 Vol. 1 of the S D HPB gives a comparison of the
Sephirothal "Tree" to the "Globes" on the 4 lower planes of
Kosmos so as to compare them.
What I was looking for was a statement by her that you know where
to locate which indicates that indicates:
" 5 Globes in the "Nirvana" above the Abyss"
I am trying to determine whether she said this, (and if so, where
?) or whether it is some construct devised by either AB/CWL (if
so where ? ), or, by
G de P ( if so, where ? )
I am also aware that trying to make comparisons or to arrange the
schemes of one system in terms of another can be harrying. But
for a student to secure the thought and the pathway used and
review it, as I do, I would like to see that actual text, if
I would like to see what was actually said, if you happen to have
those references handy ? Please share.
Thank you, Dallas
>From: "Jerry Schueler" <email@example.com>
>Date: Saturday, April 18, 1998 3:47 PM
>Subject: Re:The "Eternal Present: and KARMA
>>Where does HPB "put the 5 Globes in "Nirvana" above the Abyss
>>I don't recall such a reference, but would be glad to have it.
>The model she gives in the SD only refers to the lower four
>planes and 7 Globes. However, she talks about the higher 5.
>G de Purucker details the 12 Globes and 7 planes but he,
>like HPB, avoid mention of the Abyss as such. But it is there
>in the Qabalistic Tree of life, separating the higher 3
>from the lower 7. Using the 12-Globe 7-Plane model, the
>Abyss separates the higher 5 globes from the lower 7 and
>also the lower 4 planes from the higher 3 (which are Nirvana
>according to the AB/CWL model).
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