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Re:Krisnamurti and nihilism

Apr 22, 1998 05:35 PM
by Dr A M Bain

W. Dallas TenBroeck <> writes
>April 22nd 1998

My birthday! 65.
>Dear Alan:
>Anyone who has been through a NDE knows for a fact that the real
>entity within is alive and well, regardless of what is going on
>in the body, which is then seen as a vehicle that has been
>temporarily put into storage, (or in the garage) and while
>"things" are done to, or for it.

Or by itself within it.

The real entity "within" is, by definition, "without" in a NDE!
>As to what Theosophy teaches on the "After-Death States" and the
>peregrination from one life (death) to the next (rebirth) I think
>you will find that HPB has well covered the subject in THE KEY TO
>THEOSOPHY (Original Edition) pp. 101 to 176.
>In THE OCEAN OF THEOSOPHY, Mr. Judge covers the same ground (not
>as Question and Answer format) pp. 60 to 116. He says virtually
>the same things that HPB does, but of course his style differs.

I have, as you suppose, read both books, and Judge's book is on my
shelf right now. I have also read Das Kapital and Mein Kampf, among
many many other writings [eg. Tanach].

It has always been my policy to take what I read and seek to verify it,
where relevant, through experience. No book is "Gospel Truth" - not
even the Gospel!

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