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Re: Theos-World Theosophy and Science

Feb 17, 2002 07:33 PM
by adelasie

Dear Mic,

As I said, I am not a scientist. I see the world from the point of 
view of my theosophical studies, and as far as I understand, given 
the fuzziness of language which makes it difficult to pin these 
things down, all manifestatin is governed by law. Everything is part 
of a universal cause and effect pattern. If this is true, as I think 
it is, there is no such thing as coincidence. Things only look random 
to us because we can't see the whole pattern. We can't even remember 
what we did in past lives which set the stage for this lifetime. 
However, I suspect that there may be some realm in which this 
synchronicity theory fits with what I describe. Perhaps it relates 
specifically to what we can see, remember and know. So many of the 
examples you have mentioned remind me of what I have learned about 
more "primitive" (terrible word, maybe I mean pre-technological? or 
pre-Christian?) cultures, such as that of the Native Americans, who 
took everything in their environment as a sign or symbol to instruct 
them as to living their lives. Every manifestation of nature they 
took to represent some message to them. Does this relate? Is there 
some way to find an interface between cosmic cause and effect and 
material science? With synchronicity representing some aspect of the 

Best wishes,


On 17 Feb 2002 at 16:49, Mic Forster wrote:

> Dear Adelasie,
> I am referring here to the physical world as this is the world I am
> most familiar. I am not sure how applicable synchronicity is but given
> the rather open ended definition of the term it would apply to other
> planes/worlds/realities etc. Perhaps if you share your thoughts on the
> subject we might be able to understand eachother a little better
> (hopefully!!) Kind regards, Mic

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