Re: Theos-World Universal Pattern? - bri_mue
Feb 09, 2002 10:36 PM
by Mic Forster
Although the content may be different do you think the "vibe" (for want of a better word) or "feel" of them is similar? I am thinking along the lines of humans attaining perfection, albeit to different ends and via different means.
bri_mue <email@example.com> wrote: Adelasie: so what is the point of arguing about it?
Brigitte: obviously because Adelasie started the argument.
But all arguing of Adelasie aside, it seems indeed that the spiritual
world is all speculation as we can have no verifiable proof of any of
it. Which is why one version of it is as good as any other, is a
verry accurate statement. For anyone who takes the time to open a
dictionary on religions will soon find out that they are not similar
as Theosophy claims, but are verry different. And Theosophy be it
probably one of the smallest religions in the world, is just one of
the many instead of the many in the one, and in its content is verry
differrent indeed from any other and all of the many religions.
--- In theos-talk@y..., "adelasie" wrote:
> so what is the point of arguing about it?
> On 9 Feb 2002 at 14:55, Drpsionic@a... wrote:
> > In a message dated 2/9/02 11:28:38 AM Central Standard Time,
> > adelasie@s... writes:
> > << ntil they do, it
> > seems to me that what we call science is primarily speculation, a
> > result of looking at a part of the whole picture and forming
> > theories about the supposed whole based upon that fragment. >>
> > On the contrary, the spiritual world is all speculation as we can
> > no verifiable proof of any of it.
> > Which is why one version of it is as good as any other.
> > Chuck the Heretic
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