|Format||Hardcover (156 x 108mm)||Edition||Centenary|
|Publisher||The Theosophical Publishing House||Printing|
|ISBN||0-835606-81-3||Printed by||Kelly and Co.|
|Series||No of pages||122|
The last book that H.P. Blavatsky wrote before her death in 1891, while "taking a rest" in France, was dictated to her by the Master Djwhal Khul. It consists of three treatises, 'The Voice of the Silence', 'The Two Paths' and 'The Seven Portals'. These are fragments from the same series of books that the 'Stanzas of Dzyan' were taken from, which form the basis of The Secret Doctrine.
Includes an introduction which details the circumstances under which the text was written.
According to Benjamin Creme, HPB has incarnated again in 1983, in a male body, in St Petersburg (then Leningrad). He will take the fifth initiation (and so become a Master) in this life (Benjamin Creme, Maitreya's Mission, Vol.II, p.550).
In a previous life she was Count Cagliostro (1743-1795), a friend and pupil of the Master Rackoczi in His manifestation as the Count of St Germain (Share International Jan./Feb. 1991, p.25, and Maitreya's Mission, Vol.II, p.337).
|Original publication year||1889|
|Original publisher||Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner|