Re: Theos-World Anand's quotes from SECRET DOCTRINE should be compared to other quotes in SD
Sep 26, 2004 02:54 AM
by Morten N. Olesen
My views are:
You quoted Blavatsky saying:
". . . But it will take centuries before much more is given from it
[the Secret Archaic Doctrine]. . . . "
I hold this sentence to be a false one.
And for obvious reasons.
But it is also quite surprisingly a true one.
The reason being, that when one REALLY knows what The Secret Doctrine
as a book is - then one knows, that it in fact seeks to cover all teaching
- more than one time in its formulations. And this only on a few pages. This
is Senzar and the use of the Seven Keys mentioned by Blavatsky. Those who
reads the Akasha will know about this.
(I know, that I perhaps will put be out by saying this. So be it. I have
just said, what I find to be the truth.)
A close reading of the book The Secret Doctrine will reveal this to some of
But, it may take years of reading to some. So it is not the path for
everyone, and I think Blavatsky also said this somewhere.
M. Sufilight with peace and love...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel H. Caldwell" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, September 26, 2004 3:18 AM
Subject: Theos-World Anand's quotes from SECRET DOCTRINE should be compared
to other quotes in SD
> Certainly H.P. Blavatsky wrote:
> "But it is perhaps desirable to state unequivocally
> that the teachings, however fragmentary and
> incomplete, contained in these volumes. . . . "
> But the student should ALSO keep in mind the
> following statements by HPB in the SD:
> ". . . the SECRET DOCTRINE is not a treatise, or a series of vague
> theories, but contains all that can be given out to the world in this
> century." The Secret Doctrine, 1888, Vol I, p. xxxviii (original
> edition) .
> And on the same page Madame Blavatsky writes:
> ". . . But it will take centuries before much more is given from it
> [the Secret Archaic Doctrine]. . . . "
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