Re: Theos-World RE: Occult Sciences What is its nature and sphere of coverage?
Nov 12, 2000 09:24 AM
by Eugene Carpenter
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From: "Dallas Tenbroeck" <email@example.com>
To: "Theosophy Study List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, November 10, 2000 4:39 AM
Subject: Theos-World RE: Occult Sciences What is its nature and sphere of
> Nov 9th 2000
> Dear Jim:
> Your questions are interesting and (to me) valuable, and make us
> re-think many things we take for granted in our arts and
> sciences. How much is FACT, and how much is THEORIZING and
> SPECULATION ?
> Would anyone care to expound on this subject in some detail and
> also relate
> it to the term often associated with it, "laws of nature." JLR
> May I offer the following thoughts?
> On the surface OCCULT means "obscure, hidden from sight."
> SCIENCE = "knowledge, art, skill, study and observation, usually
> relates to physical world (specific)." (WEBSTER'S College
Dear Dallas and Jim,
I love the statement HPB made on this subject: "Occultism is altruism pure
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