Djwal Khul
(Adaptation of the same Wikipedia page, the free encyclopedia: D.K.

Djwal Khul (Also spelled as “Djwhal Khul ‘,’ Djwal Kul ‘,’ Master DK ‘,’ DK ‘, or simply’ DK ‘), is regarded by Theosophists and others as a Tibetan disciple in the tradition of the ancient esoteric wisdom teachings, known as the Ancient or Ageless wisdom. He is said to be a member of “The Spiritual Hierarchy”, “The Brotherhood”, “The Mahatmas” or “Masters of the Ancient Wisdom”. They are spiritual guides of humanity and teachers of ancient cosmological, metaphysical and esoteric principles at the origin of all the major world philosophies, mythologies and spiritual traditions.
According to the theosophical writings Djwal Khul works to promote the spiritual evolution of our planet through the teachings of the 24 books on esoteric teachings of Alice Bailey, published by The Lucis Trust; he is said to have telepathically transmitted the teachings to Bailey and is thus considered to be the channel of communication with the Masters of the Ancient Wisdom.


Djwal Khul in the esoteric literature

Djwal Khuls name appears for the first time in the work of Madame Blavatsky, one of the founders of the Theosophical Society and author of “The Secret Doctrine,” published in 1888, according to Blavatsky and others essentially written by the Masters Koot Hoomi and Morya in the Mahatma Letters.

Bailey writes in August 1934 as the voice of DK in the first person: [I am] “a Tibetan disciple of a certain degree, and this tells you little, because we all are disciples from the humblest aspirant up to, and beyond, the Christ Himself. I live in a physical body like other men near the border with Tibet and lead (seen from exoteric standpoint) temporarily a large group of Tibetan Lamas, as far as my other duties permit … “In some writings, his name was removed and and was referred to it by the acronym “Master DK” or simply “the Tibetan”.

In 1919, for various reasons, Alice Bailey (1880-1949) broke her links with the Theosophical Society and was going to write books in her own words which were telepathically dictated by Djwal Khul, whom she denoted as “The Tibetan” (later associated with the initials DK ). According to Bailey was D.K. the principal author of Blavatskys “The Secret Doctrine”. Bailey claimed that she, after initial resistance, finally was convinced by the quality of what she had written in the first weeks of D.K.’s dictation and decided to write communications from this source continuously. She wrote for 30 years, from 1919 to 1949.

Bailey wrote that Djwal Khuls intention was to reveal esoteric teachings that were of value to the further training and instruction of aspirants in the 20th and early 21st century. She believed that she was doing her work on behalf of the “Spiritual Hierarchy” of advanced beings, including Djwal Kuhl, whose sole interest was to guide humanity to a climate of goodwill and right human relations, the first vital steps that would help with preparing the way to “Reappearance of the Christ” (called by Theosophists the Maitreya). The 24 books of Alice Bailey and D. K. formed a second series of three, after Blavatskys “The Secret Doctrine”, which were intended as preparatory writings for the New Age, also known as the Age of Aquarius, because within the astrological ages Aquarius will succeed now the astrological sign of the cycle of Pisces.

In the preface of many of the Alice Bailey books Djwal Khul refers in his dictation to Bailey to the fact that he is considered to be an abbot of a Tibetan monastery and the spiritual leader of a large group of lamas. Bailey wrote that he lived in northern India, near the border with Tibet. The books also do not contain any personal details about Djwal Khul and the dictated content focuses only on its esoteric teachings. With regard to minimum personal data Bailey writes that Djwal Khul sees himself as a disciple of a certain degree in the spiritual, non-physical ashram of the Master Koot Hoomi, by Theosophists and other students of the Alice Bailey books regarded as another member of the same “Spiritual Hierarchy” of advanced beings.

CW Leadbeater claimed to have seen Djwal Khul put himself in a room in which he sat and Madame Blavatsky.