Re: Theos-World Robert Crosbie: His Special Status in the ULT's "history" of modern Theosophy
Mar 16, 1999 00:27 AM
In a message dated 3/16/99 4:09:48 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>". . . the various theosophical societies and esoteric sections of the
>day are in no sense representative of the School of the Masters or the
>Theosophical Movement. . . .The Anciently universal Wisdom-Religion, the
>School of the Masters and the Theosophical Movement are in unbroken
>continuity of existence to-day as always. . . .Now, as always, they have
>their representatives and agents among men, who cannot be found out by
>any but those who have earned the right to know them. . . ."
>"Theosophy," February 1915
>Who are these agents, one might ask?
Can you prove that you have earned the right to know? If so, I'll tell you?
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