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RE: Theos-World Secret Doctrine - Destroyed And Then Created Again?

Sep 20, 2001 07:13 AM
by nos

Have a large dose of LSD and you can experience this first hand. It's
freaky at first but there's nothing like applying the theory



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From: [] 
Sent: Thursday, 20 September 2001 11:37 PM
Subject: Theos-World Secret Doctrine - Destroyed And Then Created Again?

>:-) Hi - would like to ask a question. I've read most of the Secret 
- read some portions many times - seem to remember somewhere 
Blavatsky saying 
something like: "for the World is destroyed and then created again 
hundreds(?) of times every second" - anyone remember that? - 
anyone have any 
idea what she might have meant by that? I think she just made 
that statement 
but didn't attempt to explain it.

I've been reading and working with Theosophy for about 19 years 
- Blavatsky, 
Leadbeater and Besant mostly. I know that this idea of the World being 
destroyed and then created again many times a second is not a common 
Theosophical idea - it sounds interesting though.

Leadbeater says that our Solar System is a Thought Form in the 
Mind of the 
Solar Logos - our Logos creating the Thought Form on the Cosmic 
Mental Plane. 
And Besant says in her book "Thought Power" that Consciousness is a 
succession of "I am that" - "I am not that" - "I am that" - "I 
am not that" - 
"I am that."

So putting those two ideas together, maybe that is a beginning of an 
understanding of Blavatsky's statement - which I'm still not 
sure that she 
actually said - I seem to remember reading it many years ago, 
but haven't 
been able to find it in the Secret Doctrine since then - maybe 
I made it up 
myself? - although the Secret Doctrine is so large - every page 
filled with 
Labyrinths of Ideas - it could easily be lost in there 
somewhere - g'Day! 
>:-) Grounge

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