Description : This text reproduces nearly all of the "Book of Dzyan" that Blavatsky transcribed. It also includes long excerpts from her "Secret Doctrine" as well as from the Society of Psychical Research's 1885 report concerning phenomena witnessed by members of the Theosophical Society.
Description : The Book of Dzyan is a sacred text containing esoteric wisdom on the nature of existence, the Seven Creations, and cosmic evolution.
Description : THIS 6 PAGE ARTICLE WAS EXTRACTED FROM THE BOOK: The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy Part 3, OCCULTISM, by H. P. Blavatsky. To purchase the entire book, please order ISBN 1564594157.
Description : This is the content of The Book of Dzyan, separately channeled through H.P. Blavatsky and Alice Bailey from the ascended master Djwhal Khul. The Book of Dzyan, or the Stanzas of Dzyan, is a sacred text reputedly containing the esoteric wisdom of Lemuria. It belongs to a group of Tibetan writings known as the Books of Kiu-Te, and is translated from ancient Sanskrit and Tibetan. It recounts an antediluvian perspective on the nature of existence, the Seven Creations, and cosmic evolution.
Description : "Generations of Truth-seekers have been searching for this mysterious manuscript of untold antiquity that conceals the entire wisdom of the world, yet only a chosen few have ever gained access to it. Thus, in 2015, Zinovia Dushkova, Ph. D., published a new excerpt from the Book of Dzyan in The Book of Secret Wisdom that revealed the future and destiny of humanity."--Amazon.com
Description : This is a companion volume to and, in fact, a continuation of, Man, the Measure of All Things, by the same author (with the late Sri Krishna Prem), which dealt with the Stanzas of Dzyan relating to Cosmogenesis as set forth in H.P. Blavatsky's great work, The Secret Doctrine. Man, Son of Man is a commentary of further Stanzas of Dzyan outlining the processes of human evolution which have culminated in man as he is today. What we believe about our origins determines what we believe about our destiny, says the author, and he approaches his subject with the same depth of insight, the same sanity and balance, that characterized the previous work.
Description : The "Würzburg manuscript" is a partial copy of H.P. Blavatsky's early manuscript of "The Secret Doctrine," written in 1885 and 1886 while staying in Würzburg, Germany and Ostende, Belgium.
Description : Madame Blavatsky, aristocratic Russian traveller and theosophist, was one of the most remarkable women of the 19th century but is now largely forgotten. This well-researched script connects her early life with her later writings involving the Book of Dzyan, as seen psychically through the eyes of a brother and sister at the end of the 20th century. The brother and sister have their own secrets which are only gradually revealed. Dzyan is an esoteric book describing the history and evolution of the cosmos, the solar system and mankind. Mind blowing!
Description : This study introduces the student to the Seven Stanzas translated from Book of Dzyan, the foundations for H P Blavatsky's exposition of Cosmic Evolution -- the coming into being of the Universe -- in her great work The Secret Doctrine. Blavatsky therein states that these Stanzas are presented "in their modern translated version, as it would be worse than useless to make the subject still more difficult by introducing the archaic phraseology of the original, with its puzzling style and words." The notes here are presented not as a formal study but as a stimulus to the student to pursue his own reflection on this deeply mystical and intriguing subject.
Description : THE following pages are derived from "The Book of the Golden Precepts," one of the works put into the hands of mystic students in the East. The knowledge of them is obligatory in that school, the teachings of which are accepted by many Theosophists. Therefore, as I know many of these Precepts by heart, the work of translating has been relatively an easy task for me. The Book of the Golden Precepts — some of which are pre-Buddhistic while others belong to a later date — contains about ninety distinct little treatises. Of these I learnt thirty-nine by heart, years ago. To translate the rest, I should have to resort to notes scattered among a too large number of papers and memoranda collected for the last twenty years and never put in order, to make of it by any means an easy task. Nor could they be all translated and given to a world too selfish and too much attached to objects of sense to be in any way prepared to receive such exalted ethics in the right spirit. For, unless a man perseveres seriously in the pursuit of self-knowledge, he will never lend a willing ear to advice of this nature.