I am a fan of HPB, and I'm also a fan of Helena Roerich and the Agni Yoga books. My opinion is that Agni Yoga books come from the same source than HPB's. What do you think about it?
PS: I'm not a member of TS or Agni Yoga society.
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Helena Roerich translate the Secret Doctrine to Russian.
How are you?
I know you'd probably "hate" to hear this from me, because of similar differences in the past. But Roerich is sort of fake. Her Agni Yoga is misinterpretation. =)
Sorry to say that Ferran is not OK at all... difficult times in many senses.. that's life!!! :-)
It's a pity that his web does not allow betting on the authenticity of teachings, you'd loose a lot of cash!!! :-P (and I will not write "sorry", he, he :)
I think it is impossible to visit shamballa in the lower physical since its lowest manifestation is on the etherical plane - for instance.
If we take the Agni Yoga books and Helena Roerich's statements in her letters at face value (which is not necessarily a good idea), the theory that The Call has been given by Maitreya is incorrect. First off, that book's original and alternate title is Leaves of Morya's Garden I (please refer to a list of AY volumes on the AY Society home page, http://www.agniyoga.org ). Second, Helena Roerich's notebooks (available at http://urusvati.agni-age.net , mostly in the Russian) from which material for The Call and other AY volumes has been excerpted, show that the source first identified himself as Allal Ming (or Allal Ming Shri Ishwara) and then as Morya (or simply M.).
On the other hand, all AY books carry a Sanskrit logo on the cover and on the title page that reads: "Maitreya Sangha."
Ferran Sanz Orriols said:
Thanks for your nice replies!!!
Thanks for the link, Dominique. As far as I know "The Call" was given by Maitreya, and the bulk of the other books comes from Morya. I don't know anything for sure about KH's contribution.
Agni Yoga books have the power of wakin' me up when I feel depressed and I think that are really useful for the serious disciple. The only thing I know about the Agni Yoga society is that they posted the books online, making them available to anyone interested.