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Re: To Steve Stanzas of Dzyan.

Nov 16, 2002 11:22 AM
by Steve Stubbs

--- In theos-talk@y..., "brianmuehlbach" <brianmuehlbach@y...> wrote:
> Brian: I thought you would catch on, so what about Blavatsky's 
senzar ?

Blavatsky herself said it came from the name of the Zend Avesta, the 
Zoroastrian sacred book, thus Zend-Zar.

It should be said to make this fair that she was right in saying that 
the Brahmins of India had a "secret" language which they used for 
esoteric purposes, which sounds very much like Senzar, which is 
supposed to be a dialect of Sanskrit. The existence of this language 
was written about by one of the first Jesuit missionaries who went 
there to pester people into becoming Catholic, despite the fact they 
allready had an indigenous spirituality. I found a quote from this 
guy years ago, but regret that I cannot specify where I found it 
aafter al this time. I do remember the Jesuit guy said the secret 
Brahmin language was to them what Latin was to RCs. The description 
was not complete enough to make it clear whether the language was 
Sanskrit or something which has been kept private by the Pundits.

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