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Re:Govert Schuller on the Masters

Apr 17, 1998 10:20 PM
by Brenda S Tucker

>Most, if not almost all are bogus claims. I heard that once in the 80s at a
>Whole Life Expo in Los Angeles there were eight individuals channeling Saint
>Germain. If something ludicrous as that happens you might be tempted to
>denounce the whole phenomenon as bogus, which might just be the strategy of
>the force. Meanwhile, if there is a chance that one of these messengers
>might be genuine, how to find out? What criteria will be valid to determine
>whether a messenger is genuine or not? I have referred before to criteria
>like vibration, transformational effects and content. Another one (or two)
>has to do with historical criteria: is the content of the messages
>reflecting a certain awareness of past messengers and movements? And are the
>statements in harmony with the facts? The other 'historical' criterion I
>like is: does the alleged messenger and movement fit into a certain logic of
>historical development. For example I still amazed by the fact that Guy
>Ballard was allegedly contacted by Saint Germain one year after K had
>dissolved the Order of the Star. Coincidence? Or the work of the Masters,
>implementing a contingency plan?
>P.S. Thanks for posting those great quotes by HPB. I would have no problems
>with Prophet coming out with a similar denouncement of channelers. Actually
>she did and I'll try to get some quotes to see how they compare.


Do you find some virtue in HPB being the only one of her kind? Can't
anyone STAND UP AND BE HEARD AS A MOVEMENT? If HPB did her life's work so
that she could be set apart from humans, why did she start a society? It
seems to me she was inviting every one of us to participate in the work
like she did. It seems to me she was providing methods and steps for us to
make the same attainment that she did and others like her. What is the
reason for the concept of brotherhood? Is this so that the woman who
brought it to us can never know our "association" through The Theosophical
Society is to stand beside her in her practices, her love, and her
teachings. We deserve to be counted with HPB. She deserves for us to be
counted with her. And many, many, more - large massive numbers mean more to
me that short, little, repetitive quotes that discourage everyone from
speaking up, participating, or even trying to "live the life" as she taught
it. What is our reason for treading this path? Is it to become rich,
famous, well-thought of, virtuous? To many people, the reward is in
knowing someone of that stature and not in being it. What can you say to
the discouragment you are circulating against their existence and the Truth
of their love for us? This work is going to continue and it isn't going to
end or stop because of a simple protest in her writings.


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