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In the late 1800s, fifty volumes of the Sacred Books of the East series were published in English. These whetted the appetite of the English-speaking world for the wisdom of the East. Since then,…Continue
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Regarding this new bilingual edition of the Voice, just published, here is some information about it that was written by Glenn Mullin: H.P.B’sThe Voice of the SilenceA Bi-Lingual “English /…Continue
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There has been interest expressed here in Sanskrit language study. How is this language studied? In American universities, this is typically done by the instructor assigning lessons from a book, and…Continue
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Dear Mr David,
You have sent me a long message On Tirukkanda Panchangam. As I was going thro' that, the electric current got off and somehow the message also got lost, in spite of the battery operation.I am willing to be of any help to you. Could you have the message repeated to me? Sorry for giving you this additional labor.
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David; Glad to have you in the SD Study group. thanks for taking part.
I have read most of the articles found on the web about the Stanzas of Dzyan and the proposed educational approach to the esoteric literature, with fascination. You scholarship is impeccable. Finally, someone has tackled some of the major issues hanging out for a hundred years or so. Thank You sir.