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Re: Theos-World Re: Doctrine of Avataras and The Christ

Oct 22, 2000 09:50 AM
by Eugene Carpenter

It seems that the idea of a personal god is o.k. and not in conflict with HPB as long as there is a mature theological understanding, pantheistic, of a personal god, such as taught in the writings of Teilhard De Chardin.  All conflicts of this nature are resolvable in understanding the perspective of the other.
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Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2000 1:19 PM
Subject: Re: Theos-World Re: Doctrine of Avataras and The Christ

>The AAB/HBP conflict is in parallel with the subjective world view/objective
>world view problem.  It is the Higher Self that knows the solution to this
>problem.  It is simple:(beyond all belief, beyond all possible thought)
>Love.  Can we find the transpersonal will to do so?
False. Either the idea of a personal God and the worship of him (and his agents on Earth) is true or it is as Master KH and HPB wrote a nightmare's dream. That is not the problem of being subjetive or objective, it is a matter of truth. And since Alice Bailey dreamed of the revitalization of the Vatican in the 1960's (her ex-secretary Dr. Bratina, later becoming a Theosophist in Italy, confirms that as eye-witness) and taught a personal God and claimed to have received this form the same or even higher source ("The Tibetan"!!) as HPB, Bailey is for me one of the outer tools of the Dark Lodge, working to destroy the Theosophical Movement, which teaches freedom from the God nightmare.

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