Re: Is thought real?
Apr 01, 2002 10:53 AM
Just to show how real thoughts are so that they even make people reach
in their pockets to buy this book, look at this. Something that you might
think has noting to do with Theosophy, but it has, showing how people
can belief a lot of things even now, not only during the time of Blavatsky:
The Frightening Fraud, by Thierry Meyssan, sold out its original run of
20,000 copies within two hours of going on sale. "We've sold 2,500
copies in 10 days, when a blockbuster novel sells maybe 1,500 in a
month," a spokesman at Fnac Les Halles, one of France's biggest
bookshops, said. "It's a phenomenon."
Mr Meyssan's conspiracy theory argues that American Airlines flight 77,
which killed 189 people when it smashed into the headquarters of the
US defence department, did not exist, and that the whole disaster was a
dastardly plot dreamed up and implemented by the US government.
"This theory suits everyone - there are no Islamic extremists and
everyone is happy" said Le Nouvel Observateur.
---In theos-talk@y..., "adelasie" <adelasie@s...> wrote:
> That is the point, exactly:
> On 1 Apr 2002 at 2:00, brigitte muehlegger wrote:
> > Bri.: Analytically, you can define any amount of dimensional space,
> > there could be a hundred dimensions, in other words, although such
> > geometry might exist only in thought and not in the real world. But
> > apparently you can't read the mathematics.
> Thought is the real world, the function of creativity. Thoughts are
> things. All comes into manifestation from the realm of mind. The
> material world is the result of activity of the mental realms, not
> the other way around.
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