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Re: Theos-World RE: Authorship of the Voice In The Silence

Nov 09, 2002 03:36 PM
by Jeremy Condick

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> Hi Jeremy,
> If you don't mind sharing the information, I would like to know, what are
> "other works of the Master Hilarion," and published by whom, that has
> you reach such a profound conclusion. How long have you been a student of
> Hilarion material and what is it about "Voice," that reminds you of
> I would like to see the comparisons myself because "Voice of the Silence"
> always had a haunting and unique echo of another time, for me. I have not
> seen it's like in most of my readings and am interested in discovering
> Thanks,
> Louis.

Dear Louis,

>From past experience it would not be fair for me to post passages from
other teachings on this list as it is Blavatsky centred. Indeed this I
and will not therefore paint the canvas with any other oils.

Having discovered there was at least a slim possibility of the Master
lending his skilled hand to the work, as Clara Codd hinted , I was intrigued
by the thought and my sensed possibility. Therefore, if I may, I will write
to you personally with the particular quote I have in mind thus not
offending anyone here.

Kind Regards

> In a message dated 11/9/2002 8:05:52 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> writes:
> > Having studied the Voice Of The Silence I have concluded that there
> > are similarities to other works of the Master Hilarion. Whether or not
> > these works are accepted by students is another matter.
> > This is however only a personal observation and I thank you as always
> > for your comments Dallas.
> >
> > As you say, the true value is in the text itself
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