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Readers’ Guide To The Mahatma Letters to A.P. Sinnett

19 februari 2020

Compiled and edited by George E. Linton (1903 - 1997) and Virginia Hanson (1898 - 1991).

430 Pages | First edition 1972, second edition 1988 | Softcover | The Theosophical House, Wheaton | ISBN: 8170591139.

The book entitled The Mahatma Letters to A.P. Sinnett, first published in 1923, was compiled and edited by Mr. A. Trevor Barker, an English Theosophist, from letters belonging to the estate of A.P. Sinnett, who died in 1921. The history of the publication is quite well covered in the Preface to the third edition and need not be repeated here.

A short time after the publication of this Volume, Mr. Barker published a second Volume, The Letters of H.P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett, also from material left by Mr. Sinnett. This book contains valuable information and many intriguing clues to the relationship between H.P. Blavatsky and her Teachers, and to the less obvious aspects of the events surrounding the early struggles of the Theosophical Society.

Mr. Barker attempted to arrange The Mahatma Letters according to the subject matter under several different headings, but because of the nature of the letters this was only partially successful. Most of the time sequence was lost, and this lack of continuity made less comprehensible many passages of personal value. It is therefore strongly urged that, initially, the student read the letters in their chronological sequence. Once he has the narrative and history in mind, he can better understand the text if he wishes to study a particular topic. In addition to the metaphysical and technical teachings, the book is a veritable gold-mine of information on such matters as the ways of the Adepts, the training of Chelas for the probationary path, insights into character, and other profound subjects.

From Appendix D (p. 370):

" To begin with, reincarnation - if other world besides this are taken into account - is the regular routine of nature. But reincarnation in the next higher objective world is one thing: reincarnation on this earth is another. Even that takes place over and over again till the highest condition of humanity, as known on this earth, is attained, but not afterwards, and here is the clue to the mystery * * * "

Auteur: Linton, G.E./ Hanson, V.
ISBN: 8170591139
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