Masters working through various other disciples
In addition to the vast body of teachings given by the Masters as listed in the previous sections, They also inspired and worked through a number of lesser known disciples, some of whom travelled to Tibet to work and study with the Masters there. The books written by these disciples have been brought together in this section.
is in possession of the true knowledge?’ is asked. ‘The great Teachers
of the Snowy Mountain,’ is the response.” (H.P. Blavatsky (1897), The Secret Doctrine, Vol.III, p.406; Adyar ed. Vol.5, p.390)
In Helena Roerich (1924), Leaves of Morya’s Garden I – The Call, Maitreya says: “Do not think that Our Community is hidden from humanity by impassable walls. The snows of Himalaya that hide Us are not obstacles for true seekers, but only for investigators. Mind the difference between the seeker and the dry, skeptical investigator.” (p.94)
“Many people have been to the Himalayas and have seen [Maitreya]. He is not hidden away. He is in a remote valley, and those who have the right and the need to go there have been and have seen Him.” (Benjamin Creme (1979), The Reappearance of the Christ and Masters of Wisdom, p.54)
Authors listed in this library who are known to have worked or studied with the Masters in Tibet include George Adamski, Rolf Alexander, H.P. Blavatsky, M. MacDonald-Bayne and Baird T. Spalding.