RE: Theos-World Re: Atma - to Bruce
Oct 23, 2001 05:19 PM
Tuesday, October 23, 2001
Theosophy is held to be a record of the history of mankind,
including the study made by the ADEPTS of all her laws ( see S D
So it would be surprising if these aspects of physics and
mathematics were not included in that report. All the great
scientist who are on the cutting edge of their specialties and
departments of study agree that the harmony basic to a balance of
opposing forces is everywhere present in Nature. She responds to
all. She is the ever-creative and sensitive responder to the
forces that every human liberates when they make a choice.
This is one of the things that makes Theosophy so interesting:
the demonstration as we go along, of the KNOWLEDGE and the
WISDOM of the ADEPTS -- They KNEW. Our science is catching up.
"There is nothing new under the Sun"
One of the things to continually bear in mind is the fact that
NATURE (the Universe) contains all things. It has established
the rules and laws of their cooperation and their INTERACTION..
Our Science is merely peeling back some of the covers of the
internal and hitherto secret laws and rules and evidence of the
Past. We are REDISCOVERING. Perhaps we could say UNVEILING ISIS
H P B speaks of 7 LOWER PLANES of which our Earth (physical) is
the lowest. And she speaks of a total of 10 which includes the 3
spiritual ones (see diagram on S D I 200, and
S D II 593, 596.
From: M----a S----i
Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2001 8:42 AM
Subject: Re: Atma -
j s WROTE:
> Most Theosophists do not practice magic or astral projection
> as a result have little or no appreciation for (or
> of) planes.
p.s. Forgot to add one more thing. If you have ever studied
physics and cosmology, you can see some theosophical threads
those sciences and even appreciate and understand the theory of
seven planes. Even Stephen Hawking, physicist and author of A
History of Time has been known to have some theosophical thoughts
about the universe.
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