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Re: Second death

May 13, 1998 10:24 AM
by Annette Rivington

Alan, baby:
My experience is that the first death is of preconceived bounded ideas,
and the second death is of perceived individual enlightenment.

In Theosophical terms/timing, I perceive the current people as having
experienced the first death and now are being drawn into the process
leading up to the second death.

If the spiral continues as it has in the past, the third death will
follow the period of unity, non-separateness, what could in physical
terms be called the "brotherhood of man".

Trouble is, there is no such thing as "death".  The great oneness,
truth, energy, threads though all, time space infinite.
You knew this 15,000 years ago as you know it now.
No need to respond.

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