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1.0 étoiles sur 5Don't fall for popular mumbo jumbo17 février 2000
Par Jeffrey Ziegler - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book, like most so-called "New Age" literature, skims the surface of a complex subject in a friendly, almost endearing, manner. Some of this material may even be true. But there is one huge problem - Summit University Press has attributed authorship of the book to two well-know occult/spiritual literature, masters, Kuthumi and Djwal Kul. For those who are well-read in occult/spiritual literature, they will surely recognize "Djwal Kul" as the source of the monumental series of treatises transcribed by Alice A. Bailey and published by the Lucis Trust. This book is dishonest for many reasons. Here's a few:
1. "Djwal Kul" is a misspelling of the Tibetian's name. It should be spelled Djwhal Khul. I suspect that the name was spelled incorrectly in order to avoid legal entanglements.
2. At the end of the book there is an "About the Authors" chapter. In the short discussion of DK there is no mention made of his 18 books, totaling 9271 pages, all published by the Lucis Trust. Amazing! DK worked exclusively with Alice A. Bailey from about 1920 to 1946. A gentleman at the Lucis Trust told me that DK stated that he was only going to provide information to AAB and that it would only be published by the Lucis Trust. Therefore I seriously doubt that DK is the co-author of "The Human Aura."
3. I wrote to Summit posing the above questions. They never answered.
If you want REAL Djwhal Khul material, just search for his properly spelled name, Alice A. Bailey or Lucis Trust. Then you'll find authentic material that will challenge your intellect, broaden your horizons and put you on the path of real knowledge. Don't settle for less!