The Book of Dzyan
Chaosium Inc., 2006 - 270 pages
Madam Blavatsky's famous transcribed messages from beyond, the mysterious Book of Dzyan, the heart of the sacred books of Kie-te, are said to have been known only to Tibetan mystics. Quotations from Dzyan form the core of her closely-argued The Secret Doctrine, the most influential single book of occult knowledge to emerge from the nineteenth century. The text of this book reproduces nearly all of Book of Dzyan that Blavatsky transcribed. It also includes long excerpts from her Secret Doctrine as well as from the Society of Psychical Research's 1885 report concerning phenomena witnessed by members of the Theosophical Society. There are notes and additional shorter materials. Editor Tim Maroney's biographical essay starts off the book, a fascinating portrait of an amazing woman.
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