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Re: Theos-World Re: To Steve Stanzas of Dzyan.

Nov 16, 2002 12:00 PM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

HI Steve and all of you,

May I add a short comment.

John Algeo from Theosophical Society has made an article on the subject:
Try this:

The Preface in the "Voice of Silence" by H. P. Blavatsky has some
interesting remarks on it too.

My own view: If one learns how to concentrate upon the --- non-physical
libraries --- attached to this Planet,
then one might get to know something about what Senzar is.
The non-physical libraries do really exist.

M. Sufilight with peace...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Stubbs" <>
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Sent: Saturday, November 16, 2002 8:22 PM
Subject: Theos-World Re: To Steve Stanzas of Dzyan.

> --- 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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