Re: Jerry Hejka-Ekins on "....Who is it going to help?"
Jun 07, 1998 05:03 PM
by Dr A M Bain
Caldwell/Graye <email@example.com> writes
>Here are the quotes from the Master Morya:
>"I say again what you like me not to say, namely that *no regular*
>instruction, no regular communication is possible between us before
>our mutual path is cleared of its many impediments, the greatest
>being the public misconception about the Founders. . . . "
Some would argue that some of the greatest misconceptions about the
founders are held in this day and age by theosophists themselves.
>"I say then that it is the vilification and abuse of the founders,
>the general misconception of the aims and objects of the [Theosophical]
>Society that paralyses its progress---nothing else. . . . "
"I say then ..."
In other words, this is the *opinion* [or OPINION] of the writer.
Again, the "general misconception" must have been created by
someone - theosophists?.
Like others of the theos internet bunch, I too have been vilified and
abused, *almost entirely by those that call themselves theosophists.* It
has not paralysed my progress, though that too could be considered a
matter of opinion.
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