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Re: Theos-World The Great Sacrifice:

Nov 09, 2000 02:49 PM
by Jeremy Condick

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From: "Arthur E. Gregory" <>
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Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2000 1:17 PM
Subject: Theos-World The Great Sacrifice:

> He is the "Initiator", called the "GREAT SACRIFICE". For sitting 
> at the threshold of LIGHT, he looks into it from within the circle of 
> Darkness, which he will not cross; nor will he quit his post till the 
> last day of this life-cycle. Why does the solitary Watcher remain at 
> his self-chosen post? Why does he sit by the fountain of 
> primeval 
> Wisdom, of which he drinks no longer, as he had naught to learn 
> which 
> he does not know - aye, neither on this Earth, nor in its heaven? 
> Because the lonely, sore-footed pilgrims on their way back to 
> their 
> home are never sure to the last moment of not losing their way in 
> this limitless desert of illusion and matter called Earth-Life. 
> Because he would fain show the way to that region of freedom 
> and 
> light, from which he is a voluntary exile himself, to every prisoner 
> who has succeeded in liberating himself for the sake of 
> mankind, 
> though but a few Elect may profit by the GREAT SACRIFICE. 
> It is under the direct, silent guidance of this MAHA - (great) - 
> GURU that all the other less divine Teachers and instructors of 
> mankind became, from the first awakening of human 
> consciousness, the 
> guides of early Humanity. It is through these "Sons of God" that 
> infant humanity got its first notions of all the arts and sciences, 
> as well as of spiritual knowledge; and it is they who have laid the 
> first foundation-stone of those ancient civilizations that puzzle so 
> sorely our modern generation of students and scholars. 

Thankyou Arthur, what beautiful words they are.
Kind of puts things into perspective doesn't it?

Cant think of anything more to say after reading this so think
I will do some meditation on it.  


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