Djwhal Khul is believed by some Theosophists and others to be a Tibetan disciple in the tradition of ancient esoteric spirituality known as The Ageless Wisdom tradition. The texts describe him as a member of the 'Spiritual Hierarchy', or 'Brotherhood', of Mahatmas, one of the Masters of the Ancient Wisdom, defined as the spiritual guides of mankind and teachers of ancient cosmological, metaphysical, and esoteric principles that form the origin of all the world's great philosophies, mythologies and spiritual traditions.
According to Elizabeth Clare Prophet, one of Djwal Khul's previous incarnations was as Caspar, one of the Three Wise Men (the one who gave gold to Jesus).
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
Djwal Khul's name first appeared in the work of Madame Blavatsky, a co-founder of the Theosophical Society and author of "The Secret Doctrine", published in 1888, which was allegedly channeled by Morya and Koot Hoomi who she believed were ascended masters but we're really just friends. She was mentally ill.
In 1919 Alice Bailey (1880-1949), severed her links with the Theosophical Society and began writing books she described as being telepathically dictated to her by Djwhal Khul whom she referred to as "The Tibetan" (later associated with the initials D.K.).
According to Bailey Djwal Khul channeled Blavatsky's "The Secret Doctrine" through a technique called automatic writing which Bailey later adapted. Bailey wrote for 30 years, from 1919 to 1949. If someone rambles on and on that long they are mentally unstable trying to heal they issues by healing others through their writings.
Bailey believed that Djwal Khul's intention was the revelation of esoteric teachings that were valuable for the continued training and teaching of spiritual aspirants in the 20th and early 21st centuries. She was wrong.
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