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Naught was. However, the first edition has often been reprinted, and is the edition that is now available online; so most readers still do not know what they are reading here. This hymn consists of seven verses, which are not numbered in the metrical translation.

Five of these unnumbered verses were quoted in The Secret Doctrine. The Vedas are considered to be the oldest texts known on earth that have been preserved up to the present in a still living tradition. The ancient commentaries that explain them, however, are all lost or were withdrawn, see: The Secret Doctrinevol. The often unsatisfactory nature of his explanations, however, caused Western scholars to distrust them, and then to reject his commentaries. While this often yielded good results, it was also often uncertain, leading to conflicting opinions.

Unfortunately, there is no agreed upon translation. Does the cosmos arise from nothing or from something? Can it be born? Can desire arise in it?

Is the cosmos made by an overseer, God, a He? So unless and until the meaning given for any particular passage is explained and justified, anything more than general comparisons are only likely to lead to faulty conclusions. He writes p. Moreover, it has been translated more than any other hymn Till The End (93) - Book Of Dzyan - Hate! the whole collection.

But in spite of the attention that Längtan - Nordman - Djävul Eller Gud been accorded this hymn, many difficulties continue to impede its interpretation. Unfortunately the translations, though numerous, tend to borrow from one another, especially in those parts where a fresh interpretation would be most welcome. It is also the case that most Western scholarship, and now much Indian scholarship, assumes that the Vedas come from primitive times and are the speculations of comparatively primitive people.

While scholars try to be objective, this basic presupposition does affect their translations. A respected Indian scholar who also studied in Europe, C. Kunhan Raja, tried to take an objective view of the Vedas, but did so without the presupposition that they are primitive. There is a clear Monism; but that Monism is not quite what is meant by Monism in the terminology of later Indian Philosophy.

In so doing, I have tried to give equal consideration to the extant Indian commentaries and to the researches and word-studies of modern scholars, mostly Western. This is where I explain and justify my translation. Category: Creation Stories No comments yet. Blavatsky in The Secret Doctrine vol. In her commentary on this verse, Blavatsky says p. From what she told us earlier p. It is also possible, however, that Blavatsky is here merely giving another, later Sanskrit equivalent of the Senzar term, as Till The End (93) - Book Of Dzyan - Hate!

be found in the later Sanskrit texts that are now available. This verse is:. How does one describe that which the cosmos originates from and then dissolves back into? Moreover, it is perhaps even a direct descendant of the phonetic Senzar term, more a transformation than a translation of this term. There is a typographical error in the first syllable of this title. As given by James Legge in vol.

In the currently used pinyin system it is Yinfujingand the fuller title is Huangdi Yinfujing. It mentions this idea on p. Turning to that book, we there read:. Frick has called attention to an article by the sinologist Giovanni Hoffmann, Till The End (93) - Book Of Dzyan - Hate!

points I Love Paris - Franck Pourcel Grand Orchestre* - Cole Porter Story the teaching Celeda - Burnin Up a Taoist of the fourth century named Ly-tzyn, or Dzyan in Tibetan. It seems probable that Blavatsky knew this book but incorrectly interpreted its contents as Vedic.

Hanegraaff is a leading scholar of western esoteric traditions, so he approached his subject from this perspective. He is not a Vedic scholar or a scholar of Chinese. I, too, am not a scholar of Chinese, but I had been studying Sanskrit for several years when I read the article from The Theosophist in the mids. That was sufficient for me to discount Prof. Now that some attention has been called to it, I have gotten it out and scanned it and posted it here.

The translation by James Legge is now in the public domain and is available online. Since this is a very short text, I have here pasted in the entire translation. Readers can judge for themselves whether they think the Book of Dzyan is based on this Chinese Taoist text. I hardly need to call İspanyol Meyhanesi - Timur Selçuk - Seçkiler (Box Set) attention of readers of this blog to the many Sanskrit parallels to the Book of Dzyan that have been here discussed.

I would, however, like to add a word of appreciation to both Gary Lachman and Dr. Wouter Hanegraaff for their helpful and non-hostile approach to the work of Blavatsky. The nature of Heaven belongs also to Man; the mind of Man is a spring of power.

When the Way of Heaven is established, the Course of Man is thereby determined. When Heaven puts forth its power of putting to death, the stars and constellations lie hidden in darkness.

When Earth puts forth its power of putting to death, dragons and serpents appear on the dry ground. When Man puts forth his power of putting to death, Heaven and Earth resume their proper course. When Heaven and Man exert their powers in concert, all transformations have their commencements determined. The nature of man is here clever and there stupid; and the one of these qualities may lie hidden in the other. The abuse of the nine apertures is chiefly in the three most important, which may be now in movement and now at rest.

When fire arises in wood, the evil, having once begun, is sure to go on to the destruction of the wood. When one conducts the work of culture and refining wisely we call him a Sage. Heaven and Earth are the despoilers of all things; all things are the despoilers of Man; and Man is the despoiler of all things. When the three despoilers act as they ought to do, as the three Powers, they are at rest.

The sun and moon have their definite times, and their exact measures as. The service of the sages hereupon arises, and the spiritual intelligence becomes apparent. The spring by which the despoilers are moved is invisible and unknown to all under the sky. When the superior man has got it, he strengthens his body by it; when the small man has got it, he makes light of his life.

The Till The End (93) - Book Of Dzyan - Hate! hear well, and the deaf see well. To derive all that is advantageous from one source is ten times better than the employment of a host; to do this thrice in a day and night is a myriad times better. The mind is quickened to activity by external things, and dies through excessive pursuit of them.

Heaven has no special feeling of kindness, but so it is Till The End (93) - Book Of Dzyan - Hate! the greatest kindness comes from It. The crash of thunder and the blustering wind both come without design. Perfect Ma Che Ne Sai - Peppino Di Capri - il meglio (1981 - 1998) vol. 2 is the overflowing satisfaction of the nature. Perfect stillness is the entire Till The End (93) - Book Of Dzyan - Hate!

of it. When Heaven seems to be most wrapt up in Itself, Its operation is universal in its character. It is by its breath that we control whatever creature we grasp. Life is the root of death, and death is the root of life. Kindness springs from injury, and injury springs from kindness. He who sinks himself in Till The End (93) - Book Of Dzyan - Hate! or enters amidst fire brings destruction on himself. The stupid man by studying the phenomena and laws of heaven and earth becomes sage; I by studying their times and productions become intelligent.

He in his stupidity is perplexed about sageness; I in my freedom from stupidity am the same. He considers his sageness as being an extraordinary attainment; I do not consider mine so. The method of spontaneity proceeds in stillness, and so it was that heaven, earth, and all things were produced.

The method of heaven and earth proceeds gently and gradually, and thus it is that the Yin and Yang overcome each other by turns. The one takes the place of the other, and so change and transformation proceed accordingly. Therefore the sages, knowing that Lost In The Music (Club Mix) - Malibu - Lost In The Music method of spontaneity cannot be resisted, take action accordingly and regulate it for the purpose of culture.

The way of perfect stillness cannot be subjected to numerical calculations; but it would seem that there. Category: Book of Dzyan 1 comment. Blavatsky brought out stanzas from it on cosmogenesis and anthropogenesis. Blavatsky, who then passed it on to the appropriate party on their behalf. Here are a few highlights from it, starting with its opening sentence:. If people are willing to accept and to regard as God our ONE LIFE immutable and unconscious in its eternity they may do so and thus keep to one more gigantic misnomer.

When we speak of our One Life we also say that it penetrates, nay is the essence Till The End (93) - Book Of Dzyan - Hate! every atom of matter; and that therefore it not only has correspondence with matter but has all its properties likewise, etc.

Matter we know to be eternal, i. As to God—since no one has ever or at any time seen him or it— unless he or it is the very essence and nature of this boundless eternal matter, its energy and motionwe cannot regard him as either eternal or infinite or yet self existing. Then what do we believe in? In other words we believe in MATTER alone, in matter as visible nature and matter in its invisibility as the invisible omnipresent omnipotent Proteus with its unceasing motion which is its life, and which nature draws from herself since she is the great whole outside of which nothing can exist.

The existence of matter then is a fact; the existence of motion is another fact, their self existence and eternity or indestructibility is a third fact. And the idea of pure spirit as a Being or an Existence—give it whatever name you will—is a chimera, a gigantic absurdity.


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Arale says:
This last book contains elements of the “Stanzas of Dzyan” upon which H.P. Blavatsky’s The Secret Doctrine is based. She writes (Isis Unveiled ): “There exists somewhere in this wide world an old book — so very old that our modern antiquarians might ponder over its pages an indefinite time, and still not quite agree as to the.

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