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Re: Theos-World

Nov 26, 2001 12:52 PM
by Bill Meredith

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> Date: Monday, November 26, 2001 3:04 PM
> Dear Bill,
> Thank you very much for the guidance. I have signed up, and you are 
> absolutely correct in that I wouldn't be able to get very far by just 
> reading these messages (in fact, I think I'd be overwhelmed and 
> actually get further behind). I perused the website and believe it 
> is written in "layman" terms, so to speak, which will enable me to 
> have a much better chance at fully understanding Theosophy.

Yes, it is written in a style that is soothing to the intellect. I
encourage you to read the 'setting the stage' volume 1 first. After that,
you will have some sense of where you need to go from there. 

Yes, I 
> realize it's up to me to absorb the information and internalize it, 
> which is the plan I have set for myself. As I study, hopefully, I 
> will be able to choose the right books to add to my library for my 
> personal reference as I become more knowledgeable.

I believe that you will. A friend (jerome) sent me the The Friendly
Philosopher by Robert Crosbie. Send me your address directly
( and I will send it and some other interesting
materials to you. It is time that I passed jerome's goodness along the

The discussions 
> here are amazingly intellectual, and are, unfortunately, way over my 
> head. A lot of studying on my part, however, should enlighten me so 
> that I am able to benefit from these discussions.

Don't be suprised if you conclude that most of the intellectual discussions
underway here really have very little to do with Theosophy. There are
pearls of wisdom here from time to time, but there is also a lot of
frothing seas.

Once again, thank 
> you for kindly assisting me in getting started.

You are welcome. Keep in touch.

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