The Book of Secret Wisdom - The Prophetic Record of Human Destiny and Evolution

The Book of Secret Wisdom - The Prophetic Record of Human Destiny and Evolution

The Book of Secret Wisdom - The Prophetic Record of Human Destiny and Evolution

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The Book of Secret Wisdom - The Prophetic Record of Human Destiny and Evolution

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Moscow Copyright © 2015 by Zinovia Dushkova and Alexander Gerasimchuk




The main text of this work was originally published in Russian as Stantsy Liubvi


by Zvezda Vostoka, Novosibirsk, in 2001. Copyright © 2001 by Zinovia


Dushkova. Translated from the Russian and edited with additional material by


Alexander Gerasimchuk in consultation with Zinovia Dushkova. For further


information, please see the copyright page.




All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any


manner whatsoever without written permission from the publisher except in the


case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews. For additional


information, please contact info@radiantbooks.org.




Disclaimer: This book is intended to be educational. In the event you wish to


apply ideas contained herein, you are taking full responsibility for your actions.


Neither the publisher nor the copyright holders may be held liable for any


misuse or misinterpretation of the information in this publication.




Note on language: To refer to a human being of any gender, this book uses the


word man, which has its roots in the Sanskrit manu (“thinking creature”), and


the pronouns he, him, and his accordingly. This is not intended to exclude


women, but simply to ensure readability and clarity, since gender-neutral


language can sometimes be cumbersome and confusing. The main text of this


work uses personification and grammatical gender for inanimate objects in order


to avoid confusion with frequent use of it and its. Therefore: Sun, Light, Fire,


and evil have masculine gender; Earth, Love, Life, and darkness have feminine


gender.




The publisher is grateful to all who have contributed their time and efforts to


making this book possible:


Translation Editor: John Woodsworth


Initial Copyeditor: Jo-Ann Langseth


Proofreader: Julie Clayton


Indexer (for print edition): Lydia Jones


Designer: Richard Wehrman


Publisher's Cataloging-In-Publication Data


(Prepared by The Donohue Group, Inc.)


The book of secret wisdom : the prophetic record of human destiny and


evolution / [original work] translated [into Russian] from the Senzar by Zinovia Dushkova ; translated from the Russian and edited with additional material by


Alexander Gerasimchuk. — First English ed.


pages ; cm


“The main text of this work was originally published in Russian as Stantsy


Liubvi by Zvezda Vostoka, Novosibirsk, in 2001 ... [this English edition]


Translated from the Russian and edited with additional material by Alexander


Gerasimchuk in consultation with Zinovia Dushkova.”—Title page verso.


Based on the Tibetan work: Book of Dzyan.


Issued also as an e-book.


Includes bibliographical references and index.


ISBN: 978-5-9905431-3-3 (hardcover)


ISBN: 978-5-9905431-4-0 (paperback)


1. Theosophy. 2. Evolution. 3. Cosmology, Ancient. 4. Love—Philosophy.


5. Spiritual life—Miscellanea. I. Dushkova, Zinovia. Stantsy liubvi. English.


II. Gerasimchuk, Alexander. III. Title: Based on (work) Book of Dzyan.


BP573.E8 D8813 2015


299/.934


British Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data


A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.




First English Edition


published in 2015 by Radiant Books,


an imprint of Dushkova Publishing, LLC


www.radiantbooks.org




ISBN 978-5-9905431-3-3 (hardcover)


ISBN 978-5-9905431-4-0 (paperback)


ISBN 978-5-9905431-5-7 (e-book) This Work


is dedicated


to all Truth-seeking Hearts


of all Countries and of all Races,


for they are graced with


the Cosmic Right — to know


the Truth of the World’s Creation


by the Law of Divine Love. CONTENTS


The Oldest Book in the World and Its Sacred Language




AGAPEGENESIS: Twelve Stanzas from the Book of Dzyan


STANZA I: The Genesis of Divine Love


STANZA II: The Knowledge of the Heart


STANZA III: The Sowing of Love


STANZA IV: The Gift of Mind


STANZA V: The Persecution of Love


STANZA VI: The Final Battle


STANZA VII: The Fiery Baptism


STANZA VIII: The Love of the Heart


STANZA IX: The Era of Wisdom and Beauty


STANZA X: The Divine Humanity


STANZA XI: The Fire of Love


STANZA XII: The Birth of Gods


Epilogue




Glossary


Letter to the Reader


Parables from Shambhala (Excerpt)


Recommended Reading


About the Translator SATYÂT NÂSTI PARO DHARMAH.


“There is no Religion higher than Truth.” THE OLDEST BOOK IN THE WORLD AND ITS


SACRED LANGUAGE


T


he One Source of Truth nourishes the Tree of Knowledge, stretching its roots


into Infinite Eternity. In each cycle of human evolution it bears good fruit in the


form of a Great Book, which serves as the source of all knowledge and wisdom


for humanity for a specific period. And every Book of this kind, like a tree,


grows and yields its own fruit for the good of the whole world.


At the dawn of the conscious evolution of humanity, approximately eighteen


million years ago, the Sons of Light brought the Fiery Teaching of Kalachakra


from the Distant Worlds as a gift for the people of Lemuria, sowing the first


seeds of all the existing religions of the Earth. The new pages of knowledge


opened in the one universal language of the Sun — Senzar — inviting them to


further delve into the books of enlightened knowledge. And thus ever after, each


epoch aimed to reveal the secret pages of universal knowledge, thereby


facilitating the progress of human consciousness round by round.


Many of the innermost pages of the Great Book were revealed to the human


population of Atlantis. They knew more than anyone else, for many secrets of


surrounding Nature were confided to them. And their best representatives had


gained the right to look beyond the field of vision, unveiling the invisible Life.


But the Atlanteans had not accepted the heart as the organ to which one should


subordinate the intellect — they honoured the mind above all. And they


disappeared from the stage of Life without learning this simple truth:


“Knowledge without Love is dead.” Thus, because of their pride, people


deprived themselves of the Secret Wisdom, gradually forgetting their pristine


universal language. Nevertheless, the Great Initiates remained in every land and


nation, guarding the Ancient Wisdom as a sacred trust.


About a million years ago, at the beginning of the evolution of our present


humanity, the Sons of Light recorded in the language of Senzar the most ancient


book of our time, known as the Book of Dzyan — a Tibetan name meaning the


Book of Secret Wisdom. This archaic manuscript, in its turn, has yielded а


multitude of its own fruits for the development of humanity. But as soon as


humanity received the highest knowledge, it immediately began to throw these


books into fires and subject to severe condemnation those who had presented


them with the priceless gifts. Humanity was ready to turn any Messenger of the Kingdom of Heaven into an outcast. And yet hundreds of thousands of the Sons


of Light have walked upon the Earth, leaving profound traces in the history of


human development.


Despite the destruction of numerous libraries full of the magnificent scrolls


of inexhaustible knowledge, from time immemorial to the present day, there


exist secret treasuries of sacred books, written by the Messengers of Light and


presented as a gift to humanity. Every line has been crystallized by the heartfelt


fires of the souls, who were magnanimous in their giving. Yes, some were burnt


at the stake together with their gifts; others were mutilated by cruellest torture.


But still there were those who managed to save the sacred manuscripts and,


risking their lives, placed one priceless gift after another in secret repositories.


And all these unusual libraries — located in the mountains of Tibet, the


Himalayas, the Karakorum, the Pyrenees, and other mountainous areas, as well


as hidden under the sands of the Gobi Desert, parts of the Sahara, in the sands of


Nubia and other lands — can be revealed to the world only when people are able


to discern white from black and distribute the priceless gifts solely for the good


of their neighbours.


These are the Abodes of the Brotherhood, members of which came from the


Distant Worlds. Being concealed in impenetrable mountains and deserts, they are


guarded by mysterious powers. Physical flesh is not able to endure the force of


the currents that rise like a wall when they are approached. And in order to gain


access to them, one needs to pass through many lives with a loving heart and a


pure soul. When the time comes, worthy candidates for discipleship might be


summoned into one of the Ashrams, where they would be entitled to come into


contact with the Highest Knowledge and Wisdom.


The chief of these is the legendary realm of Shambhala the Resplendent, the


Abode of the Great White Brotherhood of Teachers. The approaches to this


Stronghold of Light are vigilantly protected. For mere curiosity-seekers there is


no access beyond the permitted boundaries. An unbidden guest will never reach


it and will inevitably fail to find the way to it. However, one who responds to the


Call of the Great Lord of Shambhala discovers one’s path thanks to invisible


signs. Only a pure consciousness is able to correctly discern the symbols which


appear to one’s gaze. The wise heart alone is able to understand the secret signs


that lead the pilgrim to the White Ashram, situated on the White Island.


Mysterious white waters wash its banks, but the one who is summoned by the


Lord passes through these waters as easily as on dry land.


In Shambhala, indeed, not people but Gods abide. The Greatest Teachers —


FREE DOWNLOAD


Download Seven Strides of Buddha, Parables from Shambhala, The Teaching


of the Heart (Book 1), and Fairy Tales for the Saviour for FREE! The Book of Secret Wisdom


The Prophetic Record of Human Destiny and


Evolution






Translated from the Senzar


by


Zinovia Dushkova






Radiant Books


Moscow Copyright © 2015 by Zinovia Dushkova and Alexander Gerasimchuk




The main text of this work was originally published in Russian as Stantsy Liubvi


by Zvezda Vostoka, Novosibirsk, in 2001. Copyright © 2001 by Zinovia


Dushkova. Translated from the Russian and edited with additional material by


Alexander Gerasimchuk in consultation with Zinovia Dushkova. For further


information, please see the copyright page.




All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any


manner whatsoever without written permission from the publisher except in the


case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews. For additional


information, please contact info@radiantbooks.org.




Disclaimer: This book is intended to be educational. In the event you wish to


apply ideas contained herein, you are taking full responsibility for your actions.


Neither the publisher nor the copyright holders may be held liable for any


misuse or misinterpretation of the information in this publication.




Note on language: To refer to a human being of any gender, this book uses the


word man, which has its roots in the Sanskrit manu (“thinking creature”), and


the pronouns he, him, and his accordingly. This is not intended to exclude


women, but simply to ensure readability and clarity, since gender-neutral


language can sometimes be cumbersome and confusing. The main text of this


work uses personification and grammatical gender for inanimate objects in order


to avoid confusion with frequent use of it and its. Therefore: Sun, Light, Fire,


and evil have masculine gender; Earth, Love, Life, and darkness have feminine


gender.




The publisher is grateful to all who have contributed their time and efforts to


making this book possible:


Translation Editor: John Woodsworth


Initial Copyeditor: Jo-Ann Langseth


Proofreader: Julie Clayton


Indexer (for print edition): Lydia Jones


Designer: Richard Wehrman


Publisher's Cataloging-In-Publication Data


(Prepared by The Donohue Group, Inc.)


The book of secret wisdom : the prophetic record of human destiny and


evolution / [original work] translated [into Russian] from the Senzar by Zinovia Dushkova ; translated from the Russian and edited with additional material by


Alexander Gerasimchuk. — First English ed.


pages ; cm


“The main text of this work was originally published in Russian as Stantsy


Liubvi by Zvezda Vostoka, Novosibirsk, in 2001 ... [this English edition]


Translated from the Russian and edited with additional material by Alexander


Gerasimchuk in consultation with Zinovia Dushkova.”—Title page verso.


Based on the Tibetan work: Book of Dzyan.


Issued also as an e-book.


Includes bibliographical references and index.


ISBN: 978-5-9905431-3-3 (hardcover)


ISBN: 978-5-9905431-4-0 (paperback)


1. Theosophy. 2. Evolution. 3. Cosmology, Ancient. 4. Love—Philosophy.


5. Spiritual life—Miscellanea. I. Dushkova, Zinovia. Stantsy liubvi. English.


II. Gerasimchuk, Alexander. III. Title: Based on (work) Book of Dzyan.


BP573.E8 D8813 2015


299/.934


British Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data


A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.




First English Edition


published in 2015 by Radiant Books,


an imprint of Dushkova Publishing, LLC


www.radiantbooks.org




ISBN 978-5-9905431-3-3 (hardcover)


ISBN 978-5-9905431-4-0 (paperback)


ISBN 978-5-9905431-5-7 (e-book) This Work


is dedicated


to all Truth-seeking Hearts


of all Countries and of all Races,


for they are graced with


the Cosmic Right — to know


the Truth of the World’s Creation


by the Law of Divine Love. CONTENTS


The Oldest Book in the World and Its Sacred Language




AGAPEGENESIS: Twelve Stanzas from the Book of Dzyan


STANZA I: The Genesis of Divine Love


STANZA II: The Knowledge of the Heart


STANZA III: The Sowing of Love


STANZA IV: The Gift of Mind


STANZA V: The Persecution of Love


STANZA VI: The Final Battle


STANZA VII: The Fiery Baptism


STANZA VIII: The Love of the Heart


STANZA IX: The Era of Wisdom and Beauty


STANZA X: The Divine Humanity


STANZA XI: The Fire of Love


STANZA XII: The Birth of Gods


Epilogue




Glossary


Letter to the Reader


Parables from Shambhala (Excerpt)


Recommended Reading


About the Translator SATYÂT NÂSTI PARO DHARMAH.


“There is no Religion higher than Truth.” THE OLDEST BOOK IN THE WORLD AND ITS


SACRED LANGUAGE


T


he One Source of Truth nourishes the Tree of Knowledge, stretching its roots


into Infinite Eternity. In each cycle of human evolution it bears good fruit in the


form of a Great Book, which serves as the source of all knowledge and wisdom


for humanity for a specific period. And every Book of this kind, like a tree,


grows and yields its own fruit for the good of the whole world.


At the dawn of the conscious evolution of humanity, approximately eighteen


million years ago, the Sons of Light brought the Fiery Teaching of Kalachakra


from the Distant Worlds as a gift for the people of Lemuria, sowing the first


seeds of all the existing religions of the Earth. The new pages of knowledge


opened in the one universal language of the Sun — Senzar — inviting them to


further delve into the books of enlightened knowledge. And thus ever after, each


epoch aimed to reveal the secret pages of universal knowledge, thereby


facilitating the progress of human consciousness round by round.


Many of the innermost pages of the Great Book were revealed to the human


population of Atlantis. They knew more than anyone else, for many secrets of


surrounding Nature were confided to them. And their best representatives had


gained the right to look beyond the field of vision, unveiling the invisible Life.


But the Atlanteans had not accepted the heart as the organ to which one should


subordinate the intellect — they honoured the mind above all. And they


disappeared from the stage of Life without learning this simple truth:


“Knowledge without Love is dead.” Thus, because of their pride, people


deprived themselves of the Secret Wisdom, gradually forgetting their pristine


universal language. Nevertheless, the Great Initiates remained in every land and


nation, guarding the Ancient Wisdom as a sacred trust.


About a million years ago, at the beginning of the evolution of our present


humanity, the Sons of Light recorded in the language of Senzar the most ancient


book of our time, known as the Book of Dzyan — a Tibetan name meaning the


Book of Secret Wisdom. This archaic manuscript, in its turn, has yielded а


multitude of its own fruits for the development of humanity. But as soon as


humanity received the highest knowledge, it immediately began to throw these


books into fires and subject to severe condemnation those who had presented


them with the priceless gifts. Humanity was ready to turn any Messenger of the Kingdom of Heaven into an outcast. And yet hundreds of thousands of the Sons


of Light have walked upon the Earth, leaving profound traces in the history of


human development.


Despite the destruction of numerous libraries full of the magnificent scrolls


of inexhaustible knowledge, from time immemorial to the present day, there


exist secret treasuries of sacred books, written by the Messengers of Light and


presented as a gift to humanity. Every line has been crystallized by the heartfelt


fires of the souls, who were magnanimous in their giving. Yes, some were burnt


at the stake together with their gifts; others were mutilated by cruellest torture.


But still there were those who managed to save the sacred manuscripts and,


risking their lives, placed one priceless gift after another in secret repositories.


And all these unusual libraries — located in the mountains of Tibet, the


Himalayas, the Karakorum, the Pyrenees, and other mountainous areas, as well


as hidden under the sands of the Gobi Desert, parts of the Sahara, in the sands of


Nubia and other lands — can be revealed to the world only when people are able


to discern white from black and distribute the priceless gifts solely for the good


of their neighbours.


These are the Abodes of the Brotherhood, members of which came from the


Distant Worlds. Being concealed in impenetrable mountains and deserts, they are


guarded by mysterious powers. Physical flesh is not able to endure the force of


the currents that rise like a wall when they are approached. And in order to gain


access to them, one needs to pass through many lives with a loving heart and a


pure soul. When the time comes, worthy candidates for discipleship might be


summoned into one of the Ashrams, where they would be entitled to come into


contact with the Highest Knowledge and Wisdom.


The chief of these is the legendary realm of Shambhala the Resplendent, the


Abode of the Great White Brotherhood of Teachers. The approaches to this


Stronghold of Light are vigilantly protected. For mere curiosity-seekers there is


no access beyond the permitted boundaries. An unbidden guest will never reach


it and will inevitably fail to find the way to it. However, one who responds to the


Call of the Great Lord of Shambhala discovers one’s path thanks to invisible


signs. Only a pure consciousness is able to correctly discern the symbols which


appear to one’s gaze. The wise heart alone is able to understand the secret signs


that lead the pilgrim to the White Ashram, situated on the White Island.


Mysterious white waters wash its banks, but the one who is summoned by the


Lord passes through these waters as easily as on dry land.


In Shambhala, indeed, not people but Gods abide. The Greatest Teachers —


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