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Re: Theos-World Voice In The Silence

Nov 08, 2002 05:40 PM
by Jeremy Condick

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From: "Marina Sisson" <>
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Subject: Re: Theos-World Voice In The Silence

> > Thank you Marina, yes I have also read similar
> Dear Jeremy,
> Do you remember the adress where you read the reference about Master
> Hillarion's help on The Voice of the Silence?
> many thanks,
> Marina.

You, as I, may be interested in the following compliation.

Comments on "The Voice of the Silence"

by Clara Codd
C.W. Leadbeater told us that quite a number of these precepts were written
by the great teacher Aryasanga. They were written in a sort of cryptic
language, picture language, that you could read in many different tongues. I
wonder if some of them are written in what is called the Senzar, because
H.P.B. Says she studied the Senzar when she was in Tibet, and the Senzar is
the sacred root of Sanskrit, and it was brought over from Venus by the Great
Adepts, six and a half million years ago. I suppose it is a language hardly
anyone knows except in certain esoteric schools, but Sanskrit is a
derivative from the Senzar, and I expect that is why it is called the
Devanagari, God language, Deva language. It is the sacred language in the
East, like Latin used to be in the West. She says at the end of the preface,
I have done my best to preserve the poetical beauty of the language and
imagery which characterizes the original. C.W. Leadbeater told us that she
was helped in doing this by the Master Hilarion, the one who wrote Light on
the Path. He helped H.P.B. and it is the most beautiful language. When you
remember that H.P.B. didn't know English very well, yet she managed to put
it in the most splendid words. The Master must have helped her; she could
not have done it by herself.


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