[Date Prev] [Date Next] [Thread Prev] [Thread Next]

RE: Scientific Hypotheses and Interpretations

Sep 04, 2001 05:24 PM
by dalval14

Tuesday, September 04, 2001

Dear Friend:

Thanks for the address will look into and ask for more

The 2nd Vol. of the S D discusses prehistory and the archaic
ages. Also on pp. 68-70 it gives a view in terms of our years of
the scope of a number of cycles.

As to Atlantis, the prevalence of evidence as can be secured from
a number of web-sites, and the evidence adduced by Donnelley
ought to be considered.

I do know that theories and hypotheses have been erected against
the existence of Atlantis and especially of Poseidonis, the last
Island remnant to sink But then, our Science has been altogether
too restricted in their views and I think we suffer from that.

Have you had an opportunity to review what H P B has to say about
Atlantis? I mean in The SECRET DOCTRINE ?

Best wishes,



-----Original Message-----
From: David Blankenship []
Sent: Monday, September 03, 2001 7:30 PM
Subject: Theos-World Is Theosophy a Reveiled Truth?

I deleted the newsletter to make room for my incoming mail, but I
did make a
copy of subscribing and unscribing. The email address is Subscribing will get you the current
issue and
subsequent issues. It is put out by scientist who are

The scientist who talk about Atlantis said it was fanciful on HPB
part and
that because of plate tectonics such a continent couldn't exist.
scientist who talk about the age of man put it about six million
years with
all the earlier ancestors. There currently two theories about
the origin
birthplace. One is the popular out of Africa theory. And the
other is
that Homo Sapiens originated simultaneously in different places
around the
globe about 200,000 years ago from earlier men out of Africa. I
hope I did
justice to the talk on man but it is from memory and it is a poor
for the full articles. I suggest you subscribe and read for
yourself what
they had to say. The first part is about a conference the had
and the
articles follow.

David Blankenship

Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to

[Back to Top]

Theosophy World: Dedicated to the Theosophical Philosophy and its Practical Application