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(a) This refers to the growth of the Earth, whereas in the Stanza treating of the First Round it is said (given in the Commentary): --

"After the changeless (avikara) immutable nature (Essence, sadaikarupa) had awakened and changed (differentiated) into (a state of) causality (avayakta), and from cause (Karana) had become its own discrete effect (vyakta), from invisible it became visible. The smallest of the small (the most atomic of

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* As shown elsewhere, it is only the "Heavenly Man," Adam Kadmon, of the first chapter of Genesis, who is made "in the image and likeness of God." Adam, of chapter ii., is not said to be made in that image nor in the divine likeness, before he ate of the forbidden fruit. The former Adam is the Sephirothal Host; the second Adam is the Mindless first human Root-race; the third Adam is the race that separated, whose eyes are opened.

** For a discussion of the scientific objections to the views and figures here enunciated, the reader is referred to the Addenda, which form Part III. of this book.

[[Vol. 2, Page]] 47 NARADA AND ASURAMAYA.

atoms, or aniyamsam aniyasam) became one and the many (ekanekarupa); and producing the Universe produced also the Fourth Loka (our Earth) in the garland of the seven lotuses. The Achyuta then became the Chyuta.*

The Earth is said to cast off her old three skins, because this refers to the three preceding Rounds she has already passed through; the present being the fourth Round out of the seven. At the beginning of every new ROUND, after a period of "obscuration," the earth (as do also the other six "earths") casts off, or is supposed to cast off, her old skins as the Serpent does: therefore she is called in the Aitareya-Brahmana the Sarpa Rajni, "the Queen of the Serpents," and "the mother of all that moves." The "Seven Skins," in the first of which she now stands, refer to the seven geological changes which accompany and correspond to the evolution of the Seven Root-Races of Humanity.

Stanza II., which speaks of this Round, begins with a few words of information concerning the age of our Earth. The chronology will be given in its place. In the Commentary appended to the Stanza, two personages are mentioned: Narada and Asura Maya, especially the latter. All the calculations are attributed to this archaic celebrity; and what follows will make the reader superficially acquainted with some of these figures.



To the mind of the Eastern student of Occultism, two figures are indissolubly connected with mystic astronomy, chronology, and their cycles. Two grand and mysterious figures, towering like two giants in the Archaic Past, emerge before him, whenever he has to refer to Yugas and Kalpas. When, at what period of pre-history they lived, none save a few men in the world know, or ever can know with that certainty which is required by exact chronology. It may have been 100,000 years ago, it may have been 1,000,000, for all that the outside world will ever know. The mystic West and Freemasonry talk loudly of Enoch and Hermes. The mystic East speaks of NARADA, the old Vedic Rishi, and of ASURAMAYA, the Atlantean.

It has already been hinted that of all the incomprehensible characters in the Mahabharata and the Puranas, Narada, the son of Brahrna in Matsya Purana, the progeny of Kasyapa and the daughter of Daksha

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* Achyuta is an almost untranslatable term. It means that which is not subject to fall or change for the worse: the Unfalling; and it is the reverse of chyuta, "the Fallen." The Dhyanis who incarnate in the human forms of the Third Root-Race and endow them with intellect (Manas) are called the chyuta, for they fall into generation.

[[Vol. 2, Page]] 48 THE SECRET DOCTRINE.

in the Vishnu Purana, is the most mysterious. He is referred to by the honourable title of Deva Rishi (divine Rishi, more than a demi-god) by Parasara, and yet he is cursed by Daksha and even by Brahma. He informs Kansa that Bhagavat (or Vishnu in exotericism) would incarnate in the eighth child of Devaki, and thus brings the wrath of the Indian Herod upon Krishna's mother; and then, from the cloud on which he is seated -- invisible as a true Manasaputra -- he lauds Krishna, in delight at the Avatar's feat of killing the monster Kesim. Narada is here, there, and everywhere; and yet, none of the Puranas gives the true characteristics of this great enemy of physical procreation. Whatever those characteristics may be in Hindu Esotericism, Narada -- who is called in Cis-Himalayan Occultism Pesh-Hun, the "Messenger," or the Greek Angelos -- is the sole confidant and the executor of the universal decrees of Karma and Adi-Budh: a kind of active and ever incarnating logos, who leads and guides human affairs from the beginning to the end of the Kalpa.

"Pesh-Hun" is a general not a special Hindu possession. He is the mysterious guiding intelligent power, which gives the impulse to, and regulates the impetus of cycles, Kalpas and universal events.* He is Karma's visible adjuster on a general scale; the inspirer and the leader of the greatest heroes of this Manvantara. In the exoteric works he is referred to by some very uncomplimentary names; such as "Kali-Karaka," strife-maker, "Kapi-vaktra," monkey-faced, and even "Pisuna," the spy, though elsewhere he is called Deva-Brahma. Even Sir W. Jones was strongly impressed with this mysterious character from what he gathered in his Sanskrit Studies. He compares him to Hermes and Mercury, and calls him "the eloquent messenger of the gods" (see Asiat. Res. I. p. 264). All this led the late Dr. Kenealy ("Book of God"), on the ground that the Hindus believe him to be a great Rishi, "who is for ever wandering about the earth, giving good counsel," to see in him one of his twelve Messiahs. He was, perhaps, not so far off the real track as some imagine.

What Narada really is, cannot be explained in print; nor would the modern generations of the profane gather much from the information. But it may be remarked, that if there is in the Hindu Pantheon a deity which resembles Jehovah, in, tempting by "suggestion" of thoughts and "hardening" of the hearts of those whom he would make his tools and victims, it is Narada. Only with the latter it is no desire to obtain a pretext for "plaguing," and thus showing that "I am the Lord God."

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* This is perhaps the reason why, in the Bhagavad Gita, we are told that Brahma had communicated to Narada in the beginning that all men whatsoever, even Mlechchhas, outcasts and barbarians, might know the true nature of Vasudeva and learn to have faith in that deity.

[[Vol. 2, Page]] 49 THE MIRROR OF FUTURITY.

Nor is it through any ambitious or selfish motive; but, verily, to serve and guide universal progress and evolution.

Narada is one of the few prominent characters, save some gods, in the Puranas, who visits the so-called nether or infernal regions, Patala. Whether or not it was from his intercourse with the thousand-headed Sesha, the serpent who bears the seven Patalas and the entire world like a diadem upon his heads, and who is the great teacher of astronomy,* that Narada learned all that he knew, certain it is that he surpasses Garga's Guru in his knowledge of cyclic intricacies. It is he who has charge of our progress and national weal or woe. It is he who brings on wars and puts an end to them. In the old Stanzas Pesh-Hun is credited with having calculated and recorded all the astronomical and cosmic cycles to come, and with having taught the Science to the first gazers at the starry vault. And it is Asuramaya, who is said to have based all his astronomical works upon those records, to have determined the duration of all the past geological and cosmical periods, and the length of the all the cycles to come, till the end of this life-cycle, or the end of the seventh Race.

There is a work among the Secret Books, called the "Mirror of Futurity," wherein all the Kalpas within Kalpas and cycles within the bosom of Sesha, or infinite Time, are recorded. This work is ascribed to Pesh-Hun Narada. There is another old work which is attributed to various Atlanteans. It is these two Records which furnish us with the figures of our cycles, and the possibility of calculating the date of cycles to come. The chronological calculations which will presently be given are, however, those of the Brahmins as explained further on; but most of them are also those of the Secret Doctrine.

The chronology and computations of the Brahmin Initiates are based upon the Zodiacal records of India, and the works of the above-mentioned astronomer and magician -- Asuramaya. The Atlantean zodiacal records cannot err, as they were compiled under the guidance of those who first taught astronomy, among other things, to mankind.

But here again we are deliberately and recklessly facing a new difficulty. We shall be told that our statement is contradicted by science, in the person of a man regarded as a great authority (in the West) upon all subjects of Sanskrit literature -- Professor Albrecht Weber, of Berlin. This, to our great regret, cannot be helped; and we are ready to maintain what is now stated. Asuramaya, to whom the epic tradition points as the earliest astronomer in Aryavarta, one to whom "the

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* Sesha, who is also Ananta, the infinite, and the "Cycle of Eternity" in esotericism, is credited with having given his astronomical knowledge to Garga, the oldest astronomer of India, who propitiated him, and forthwith knew all about the planets and how to read omens.

[[Vol. 2, Page]] 50 THE SECRET DOCTRINE.

Sun-god imparted the knowledge of the stars," in propria persona, as Dr. Weber himself states, is identified by him, in some very mysterious way, with the "Ptolemaios" of the Greeks. No more valid reason is given for this identification than that "this latter name (Ptolemaios), as we see from the inscription of Piyadasi, became the Indian 'Turamaya,' out of which the name 'Asuramaya' might very easily grow." No doubt it "might," but the vital question is -- Are there any good proofs that it has thus grown? The only evidence that is given for it is, that it must be so: "since this Maya is distinctly assigned to Romaka-pura in the West."* The Maya is evident, since no Sanskritist among Europeans can tell where that locality of "Romaka-pura" was, except, indeed, that it was somewhere "in the West." Anyhow, as no member of the Asiatic Society, or Western Orientalist, will ever listen to a Brahmanical teaching, it is useless to take the objections of European Orientalists into consideration. "Romakapura" was in "the West," certainly, since it was part and parcel of the last continent of ATLANTIS. And it is equally certain that it is Atlantis, which is assigned in the Hindu Puranas as the birth-place of Asuramaya, "as great a magician as he was an Astrologer and an Astronomer." Moreover, Prof. Weber refuses to assign any great antiquity to the Indian Zodiac, and feels inclined to think that the Hindus never knew of a Zodiac at all till "they had borrowed one from the Greeks."** This statement clashes with the most ancient traditions of India, and must therefore be ignored. (Vide "The Zodiac and its Antiquity"). We are the more justified in ignoring it, as the learned German Professor himself tells us in the introduction to his work (History of Sanskrit Literature) that "in addition to the natural obstacles which impede investigation (in India), there still prevails a dense mist of prejudices and preconceived opinions hovering over the land, and enfolding it as with a veil." Caught in that veil, it is no wonder that Dr. Weber should himself have been led into involuntary errors. Let us hope that he knows better now.

Now whether Asuramaya is to be considered a modern myth, a personage who flourished in the day of the Macedonian Greeks, or as that which he is claimed to be by the Occultists, in any case his calculations agree entirely with those of the Secret Records.

From fragments of immensely old works attributed to the Atlantean astronomer, and found in Southern India, the calendar elsewhere men-

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* See "Lectures on the Indian Literature," p. 253, by Prof. A. Weber; in Trubner's Asiatic Series.

** Even the Maya Indians of Guatemala had their Zodiac from untold antiquity. And "primitive man acted in the same manner independently of time or locality in every age," observes a French writer.


tioned was compiled by two very learned Brahmins* in 1884 and 1885. The work is proclaimed by the best Pundits as faultless -- from the Brahmanical standpoint -- and thus far relates to the chronology of the orthodox teachings. If we compare its statements with those made several years earlier in "Isis Unveiled," with the fragmentary teachings published by some Theosophists, and with the present data derived from the Secret Books of Occultism, the whole will be found to agree perfectly, save in some details which may not be explained; for secrets of higher Initiation -- as unknown to the writer as they are to the reader -- would have to be revealed, and that cannot be done. (But see "Chronology of the Brahmins" at the close of Stanza II.)

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* The "Tirukkanda Panchanga" for the Kali Yug 4986, by Chintamany Raghanaracharya, son of the famous Government astronomer of Madras, and Tartakamala Venkata Krishna Rao.


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[8/21/2010 5:28:05 PM] hiep to: Chi Thuan than men, e-mail cua anh Nghia nhu sau: nghia.12@sbcglobal.net. Hiep khong nho so dien thoai cua anh Duc, nhung anh Duc o rat gan anh Nghia benTrong Dao Vien Krotona, neu hoi anh Nghia se biet anh Duc. Than men
[8/21/2010 5:33:30 PM] Thuan Thi Do: Cam on anh Hiep nhe.
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[8/21/2010 6:10:48 PM] kdanguyen: to thao goi cau van
[8/21/2010 6:28:19 PM] Thuan Thi Do: Từ cuộc Điểm Đạo lần thứ Nhứt đến lần thứ Tư, trung b́nh phải trải qua 7 kiếp, nhưng nếu có một ư chí khá dũng mănh, con người có thể đạt đến mục đích nhanh chóng hơn. Sự kiện ấy cũng giống
[8/21/2010 6:32:07 PM] Thuan Thi Do: Ai muốn trở thành một Vị Phật, th́ nhiều ngàn năm trước phải tạo nhân duyên với một Vị Phật đang tại thế qua một cuộc Lễ Phát Nguyện. Rồi từ đó người ta cho rằng ảnh hưởng của Vị Phật tại thế sẽ bao phủ lấy Ngài và đến khi Ngài thành Phật rồi, th́ sức mạnh của Đức Phật tinh thần sẽ bay lượn chung quanh để bảo trợ Ngài trên Thế Gian. Người ta nói rằng Đức Phật Thích Ca của chúng ta đă làm Lễ Phát Nguyện với Đức Phật Dipankara, và người ta cho rằng Đức Phật nầy vẫn c̣n theo trợ giúp Đức Phật Thích Ca trong nhiều năm, khi Ngài đi thuyết pháp. Về vấn đề cao siêu nầy người ta chỉ có thể lặp lại những ǵ đă được tiết lộ, nhưng chắc chắn đây cũng là một ư niệm thật đẹp và cũng tự nhiên, v́ chúng ta đă biết rằng ở một tŕnh độ thấp hơn nhiều, th́ Đức Thầy bao giờ cũng che chở vị Đệ Tử trong hào quang của Ngài để cho vị ấy trở nên thành phần Tâm Thức của Ngài.
[8/21/2010 6:32:57 PM] Van Atman: 179. Con đường vốn có một, hỡi đệ tử, nhưng đến cuối cùng nó chia làm hai. Có bốn và bảy cửa đánh dấu các đoạn đường. Ở mút con đường bên này là hạnh phúc hưởng liền, ở mút con đường kia là hạnh phúc hoăn lại. Cả hai đều là sự ban thưởng công lao. Sự lựa chọn ở trong tay con đó.
180. Một con đường thành hai, một con đường Công khai và một con đường Bí Mật (35). Con đường thứ nhất dắt đến mục đích, đường thứ hai dắt đến sự Tự hy sinh.
[8/21/2010 6:34:11 PM] Thuan Thi Do: trong cai trang nay http://anhduong.net/thongthienhoc/GiangLyTiengNoiVoThinh.htm  khong co de số câu nen toi t́m rat khó
[8/21/2010 6:34:30 PM] Thuan Thi Do: khong biet bai chung ta dang hoc no thuoc ve phan nao ?
[8/21/2010 6:36:26 PM] kdanguyen: co Thuan doc o link : http://thongthienhoc.com/sach%20tieng%20no%20vo%20thinh.htm
[8/21/2010 6:36:58 PM] kdanguyen: co Thuan doc cau 179-180
[8/21/2010 6:37:21 PM] Thuan Thi Do: cau thi toi co roi
[8/21/2010 6:37:31 PM] Thuan Thi Do: nhung toi muon doc them phan "giảng lư"
[8/21/2010 6:38:08 PM] Thuan Thi Do: http://anhduong.net/thongthienhoc/GiangLyTiengNoiVoThinh.htm
[8/21/2010 6:43:10 PM] Thuan Thi Do: Một lần nữa Đức Aryasanga lại tŕnh bày ư niệm chính trong Giáo Lư của Ngài, Ngài khuyến khích Đệ Tử của Ngài nên chọn con đường Từ Bi. Ngài nói người ta không thể bỏ rơi những Huynh Đệ đau khổ của ḿnh. Khi đă nghiên cứu thật đầy đủ vấn đề đau khổ, chúng ta biết rằng nếu vị La Hán c̣n làm việc tại Thế Gian đầy phiền năo, th́ trên các Cơi cao tâm thức của Ngài vẫn biết rằng sự vinh quang ở phía sau mà thế giới nầy là tấm màn che, tâm thức ấy biết rằng mọi người chắc chắn sẽ đạt được sự toàn phúc tối cao, do đó Ngài không thể bị khổ luỵ như những người thường chỉ thấy rất ít khía cạnh vinh quang của sự sống. Bậc La Hán ở đây được gọi là Bồ Tát, rất thích hợp với danh hiệu trong ca khúc khải hoàn của Đức Phật Thích Ca, đă được mô tả rất đẹp trong bộ “Ánh Đạo Á Châu” như sau:
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[8/21/2010 7:05:28 PM] Van Atman: 181. Khi đă hy sinh cái Giả Tạm cho cái Thường Tồn th́ phần thưởng về con: giọt nước trở về nguồn cội. Con đường công khai dắt đến cảnh bất dịch, bất biến, đến Niết Bàn, đến trạng thái vinh quang cực điểm, đến chân phúc quá sức tưởng tượng của con người.
182. Như thế th́ con đường thứ nhất là sự Giải Thoát.
183. Nhưng con Đường thứ nh́ là Sự Từ Bỏ, do đó cũng gọi là con “Đường Đau Khổ”.
184. Con Đường Bí Mật dắt vị La Hán đến sự khổ trí không thể tả, khổ v́ thấy người sống mà vẫn chết (36) và thương xót mà không làm thế nào được đối với những kẻ phải chịu khổ cực theo luật Nhân Quả mà bậc hiền giả không dám làm cho dịu bớt.
[8/21/2010 7:06:28 PM] Thuan Thi Do: http://www.thuvienhoasen.org/D_1-2_2-94_4-1598_5-50_6-1_17-12_14-2_15-1/#nl_detail_bookmark
[8/21/2010 7:07:14 PM] Thuan Thi Do: http://www.thuvienhoasen.org/D_1-2_2-94_4-1599_5-50_6-1_17-12_14-2_15-1/#nl_detail_bookmark
[8/21/2010 7:09:30 PM] TrúcLâm: Dạ không
[8/21/2010 7:24:41 PM] TrúcLâm: Rất hoan nghênh ư kiến của chị Thuấn, đó chính là một trọng tâm nơi Kris... Cách mạng, thay đổi và ǵ ǵ đi nữa phải khởi từ chính ḿnh trước hết.
[8/21/2010 7:50:40 PM] TrúcLâm: Đúng như thế, hầu hết những điều Kris...viết, đều bàng bạc trong nhiều tôn giáo, nhưng công lớn của ông Kris..là đă hệ thống hóa và tích cực lên tiếng một cách mạnh mẽ hầu đánh động mọi người.
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[8/21/2010 8:21:50 PM] TrúcLâm: OK. Thật là tốt. Số điện của tôi : 01218.675.680, c̣n của Phúc ?
[8/21/2010 8:22:01 PM] kdanguyen: 0913 896 010
[8/21/2010 8:30:41 PM] TrúcLâm: Thưa anh V, tôi chưa nhận được. Hết sức chính xác, điều anh Van vừa tŕnh bày.
[8/21/2010 8:33:06 PM] TrúcLâm: Một vấn đề hết sức nguy hại nơi phần lớn các tôn giáo hiện nay, đó là tinh thần lệ thuộc và nô lệ nơi giáo lư, tăng lữ, giáo chủ. Điều ấy càng ngày càng trở nên rất nặng nề nguy hiểm
[8/21/2010 8:33:46 PM] Thuan Thi Do: anh Truc Lam cam micro noi chuyen nhe; toi thay cai mic cua anh tot roi do nhe
[8/21/2010 8:34:19 PM] TrúcLâm: Cám ơn chị. Tôi sẽ thử lại
[8/21/2010 8:34:38 PM] Thuan Thi Do: chut xiu toi moi anh noi nhe
[8/21/2010 8:35:02 PM] TrúcLâm: nhưng lúc này, chưa có ǵ để nói thưa chị
[8/21/2010 8:35:23 PM] Thuan Thi Do: anh doc lai cai phan anh viet tren kia nhe
[8/21/2010 8:35:34 PM] TrúcLâm: Dạ
[8/21/2010 8:56:08 PM] TrúcLâm: Thưa anh Van, tôi đă nhận được qua Email
[8/21/2010 9:06:33 PM] huyen dong: Anh Hiệp ở Cali hả anh Văn? Tháng 9 này tôi cũng sẽ đi Cali, hy vọng sẽ có dịp gặp anh ấy.
[8/21/2010 9:15:57 PM] yeudoihanhphuc: dạ con đây
[8/21/2010 9:16:14 PM] yeudoihanhphuc: dạ con chưa đủ hiểu biết
[8/21/2010 9:16:20 PM] yeudoihanhphuc: nên xin được nghe thôi ạ
[8/21/2010 9:16:21 PM] yeudoihanhphuc: :)
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