The Story of Human Evolution is a study of how the first human beings came to the Earth and the subsequent evolutionary stages through which they passed. It is recorded in the form of a commentary on the Second Series of the Stanzas of Dyzan which deal with Anthropogenesis. The study is carried out in five distinct phases, each phase devoted to one root race. The modes of procreation are considered, as also the continental systems in which evolution occurred. These include the Hyperborean continent, Lemuria and Atlantis. The author, Mr Geoffrey A. Barborka is a deep scholar who has conducted many courses on the works of H.P. Blavatsky. Among his major writings are The Divine Plan, H.P. Blavatsky - Tibet and Tulku, The Mahatmas and their letters and Peopling of the Earth.