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Djwal Khul (variously spelled ‘Djwhal Khul’, ‘Djwal Kul’, the ‘Master D.K.’, ‘D.K.’, or simply ‘DK’), 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 ancient cosmological, metaphysical, and esoteric principles that form the origin of all the world’s great philosophies, mythologies and spiritual traditions.[1]

According to Theosophical writings, Djwal Khul is said to work on furthering the spiritual evolution of our planet through the teachings offered in the 24 books by Alice Bailey of Esoteric Teachings published by The Lucis Trust; he is said to have telepathically transmitted the teachings to Bailey and is thus regarded by her followers as the communications director of the Masters of the Ancient Wisdom. 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 primarily written by Koot Hoomi and Morya, according to Blavatsky and others in the Mahatma letters.[2][3]

Bailey writes in August 1934, in the first person voice of DK: [I am] “a Tibetan disciple of a certain degree, and this tells you but little, for all are disciples from the humblest aspirant up to and beyond The Christ Himself. I live in a physical body like other men on the borders of Tibet and at times (from the exoteric standpoint) preside over a large group of Tibetan Lamas, when my other duties permit.”[4] In some writings, his name was omitted and he was referred to by the abbreviation “Master D. K.” or the appellation “The Tibetan”.[1][5][6][7] In 1919 Alice Bailey (1880–1949), severed her links with the Theosophical Society for various reasons and later began writing books she described as being telepathically dictated to her by Djwhal Khul whom she referred to as “The Tibetan”[8] (later associated with the initials D.K.).

According to Bailey, her D.K. was the main author behind Blavatsky’s “The Secret Doctrine”.[9][10][11][12] Bailey stated that after initial resistance, she was eventually persuaded by the quality of what she had written in ‘dictation’ in the first few weeks work with DK to continue to write down the communications from this source. She wrote for 30 years, from 1919 to 1949.[13] Bailey wrote 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 century. She believed her work was done on behalf of the “spiritual hierarchy” of advanced beings, that included Djwal Khul, whose sole interest was to guide humanity towards the establishing of goodwill and right human relations, the vital first steps that would help prepare the way for the “Reappearance of the Christ” (called by Theosophists The Maitreya).

Alice Bailey’s 24 books with DK were to be the second in a series of three revelations, after Blavatsky’s “The Secret Doctrine”, that were meant present the preparatory teachings that would serve to usher in the New Age referred to as the Age of Aquarius, because the astrological sign of Aquarius will soon succeed this present Piscean cycle in the cycle of the astrological ages. In a preface included in many of Bailey’s books, Djwal Khul, in the dictations described by Bailey, refers to the fact that he has been reported to be an abbot of a Tibetan monastery and the spiritual preceptor of a large group of lamas. She wrote that he lived in Northern India, near the borders of Tibet.

Other than that the books do not include personal details about Djwal Khul and the dictated content focuses on his esoteric teachings. Of the minimal personal details, Bailey writes that Djwhal Khul considers himself a disciple of a certain degree in the spiritual, non-physical, ashram of the Master Koot Hoomi, who is considered by Theosophists and other students of Alice Bailey’s books to be another member of the same “spiritual hierarchy” of advanced beings. C. W. Leadbeater claimed that he saw Djwal Khul teleport into a room in which he and Madame Blavatsky were sitting.[14]


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