Voice of the Silence, The


First published in 1889, this classic Theosophical work by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, principal founder of the Theosophical Society, lays out the path of spiritual development for seekers of enlightenment. Its message is expressed in poetic language and timeless imagery. A facsimile reprint of Blavatsky’s classic work, this new edition presents the text exactly as Blavatsky wrote it. This edition contains a glossary prepared by H.P.B. herself, and an introduction and an index by Boris de Zirkoff, grandnephew of H.P.B., who gives the most complete explanation to date of how The Voice of the Silence was written. This book will inspire students of Blavatsky as well as all spiritual seekers.
In his foreword to a 1989 Centenary Edition of The Voice of the Silence (Concord Grove Press, Santa Barbara, CA), the Dalai Lama said, “I believe that this book has strongly influenced many sincere seekers and aspirants to the wisdom and compassion of the Bodhisattva Path.”

Publisher’s Preface to the 1991 Edition
Introductory: How The Voice of the Silence Was Written, Boris de Zirkoff
Facsimile Reprint of the 1889 Edition
The Voice of the Silence
The Two Paths
The Seven Portals
Glossary to Part I: The Voice of the Silence
Glossary to Part II: The Two Paths
Glossary to Part III: The Seven Portals
Index by Boris de Zirkoff

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Gewicht 139 g
Afmetingen 185 × 134 × 10 mm



Blavatsky, H.P.






Theosophical University Press