The Voice of the Silence

Masonic Wisdom

The Voice of the Silence

By Helena P. Blavatsky

Translated from the Book of the Golden Precepts, Madame Blavatsky’s The Voice of the Silence provides moral revelations through poetically nuanced aphorisms. These rules and ethics are intended to contrast the two paths of spiritual attainment: in one direction is the pursuit of knowledge by those seeking self-enlightenment; in the other direction are the aspirations of those, prompted by compassion for all. First published in 1889, this magnificent work is a truly enlightening read for anyone desiring to better understand the path to true spirituality.

i Preface
ii Foreword
iii Fragment I - The Voice of the Silence
iv Fragment II - The Two Paths
v Fragment III - The Seven Portals

 

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