10 stories of people having supernatural experiences after dying and then coming back to life.
Voice of the Silence, The
(PUB.). A small book by Helena P. Blavatsky first published in 1889 which has become a theosophical classic. The title page of the first edition states that it is chosen fragments from the “Book of the Golden Precepts” for the daily use of Lanoos (disciples); translated and annotated by “H. P. B.” The first edition was published by “The Theosophical Publishing Company, Limited, 7, Duke Street [London] W.C.” This book has always been in print and the current edition carries certain additions: an introduction, Notes and Index.
The main portion of the book is comprised of three parts:
- I. The Voice of the Silence.
- II. The Two Paths.
- III. The Seven Portals.
This book, together with Krishnamurti‘s At the Feet of the Master and Mabel Collin‘s Light on the Path, comprise what might be called “the Self-Culture program for theosophists.”
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