Re: Missing Schools of Buddhism
May 16, 2007 06:42 PM
You might like to try this link.
Or if this doesn't work try http://www.easterntradition.org and
scroll down to "2. Theosophy in Tibet: The Teachings of the Jonangpa
Hope this helps.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Koshek Swaminathan"
> I curious if anyone has done any studies on the existence of schools
> that may have existed in Tibet that have any similarities to
> Theosophy. The four major schools Nyingma, Galukpa, Sakyapa and
> differentiate greatly from what we would consider the traditional
> Theosophy of HPB. Perhaps there were other schools in existence back
> in the 19th Century that taught the "esoteric" buddhism. Any info?
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