RE: Which theosophical book a skeptic would take to a desert island
Sep 06, 2004 04:37 AM
by W.Dallas TenBroeck
Sept 6 2004
RE: Khobilgan, Hobilgan, etc...
In my notes I also have different spellings: Hobilgan, Khobilgan, a title of
great reverence ....
See MAHATMA LETTERS 44 top -- Buddhahood, Tsong-Ka-Pa,
13 (Maha Chohan), 20, 25-6, 282.
MODERN PANARION p. 382..., 497...
TIBETAN TEACHINGS (HPB) HPB Art. III 339...
(Lucifer Sept,. Oct 1894, Vol 18, p. 9... published posthumously
REINCARNATIONS IN TIBET -- [Theosophist, Mar 1882]
HPB Art. III 356... Mod. Pan. p. 497....
Apparently a title of very high respect (see MAHATMA LETTERS 44 top.
Also used of the Head of a Great Monastery.
Shaberon (?), THEOSOPHICAL GLOSSARY p. 296
Sent: Saturday, September 04, 2004 12:27 PM
Subject: Re Which theosophical book a skeptic would take to a desert island
Didn't Madam Blavatsky discourse on "Kobiligan?" I seem to remember her
giving several transmutative forms of the term in discussing it, Kublikhan.
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