Theosophy should be for free inquiry and views:
Oct 23, 2000 06:19 PM
--- In email@example.com, "Nick Weeks" <nick.weeks@a...>
> > Leadbeater in his book on the afterlife comments that we
> > that separate us from reality and there are windows through
> > light of truth can be filtered. As the astral and thought bodies
> > dissolved we are in essence our subtle etheric monadic
> > tower or windows. You can see an anology here i think to
> > build a tower of theosophic thought forms around
themselves and will
> > only allow a few rays of truth to brighten their cells... this is
> > I would warn against.
> Accepting for argument's sake that CWL knew what he was
talking about, could
> not his "towers" of thought forms also be built of Weeks-ic
thought forms or
> Gregory-ic thought forms? Ignoring external authority by
replacing with it
> with our personal authority seems profitless.
> Fare Thee Well,
> Nicholas Weeks
Yes I agree.
My concern was stated earlier and I hope it was clearly stated
that Theosophy should be for open inquery and not a kind of
orthodoxy that suppresses argument or other views.
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