Re: Theos-World The Next Torch-Bearer
May 19, 1999 05:54 PM
by M K Ramadoss
If you or anyone else have immediate access to the "Adyar" journal, would be
interested in the full text.
I fully agree that TS should not sponsor *any* *person* should be made
"official" part of any TS lodge program nor any group or sect should exploit TS
as a source of recruitment. Each group or sect should do their own thing outside
On the other hand, if any lodge or group wants to discuss Sai Baba or X or Y or
Z or their philosophy, no one should have any problem in doing so.
One still wonders about the incidents where in D. Rajagopal, had been in touch
with Sai Baba for his health problems. Since the theosophical leaders in 1920s
announced Rajagopal as one of the Apostles of New World Teacher, and he was
considered perhaps as a high initiate, the connection between him and Sai Baba
is puzzling in the least.
Frank Reitemeyer wrote:
> > Frank:
> > I would like to know where and when Radha Burnier made the statement about
> > Sai Baba? I am interested to see the full statement.
> > ...mkr
> Dear Doss,
> it's to be found in the special issue of the German Section "Adyar" journal,
> where she gives an interview with the editor Hank Troemel: Adyar special:
> Theosophie und Buddhismus (Theosophy and Buddhism), 1995. I assume this
> issue is also available in English. In that Radha said in conclusion (from
> my memory, as the book is now in the abyss of my many book batches) that
> every member has the right to study and believe what he/she prefers, but Sai
> Baba must not be made an official programme part of any Secretary or Lodge
> as the TS as such can't support his self declaring as God.
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