Esoteric Buddhism (book)

At the beginning of the first chapter the author makes the following statement:

The author argues that "a complete, or perfect man" is made up of seven elements:

A French philosopher René Guénon stated that the central place of the Theosophical doctrine [which there is in Sinnett's book] is occupied the "idea of evolution." He then wrote that, according to the Theosophical teaching, there are

Sinnett says that the mediums contact with the inhabitants of Devachan, but very rare, and in this time occurs the following:

The ninth chapter of Sinnett's book called "Buddha". It begins with the words:

In the tenth chapter Sinnett expresses (as well as the Mahatmas) his very negative attitude to religiosity of any kind. He argues: