Re: Theos-World Unmoderated Expulsion
Apr 03, 2002 09:50 AM
by Morten Sufilight
Hi all of you,
I would like to mention : Unhappy meetings should be avoided.
But who makes the decisions on that ?
The moderator always does.
We will have to respect that - or we can chose the option to leave.
I do care for Brigitte and all of us. Most of us make mistakes or have doneso.
It is cocalled spiritually intended 'designs' (promoted experiences) - thatchanges the life for the members on theos-world etc.
Feel free to do your best to merge with ParaBrahman or anything else...
I recommend Parabrahman or at least something spiritually sustainable.<:-)
Let us be happy.
Always help never hurt.
Has anyone emailed Brigitte since her expulsion ??
An interesting logo Theosophy has with the Swastika and all.
A news-flash - with a view: My precognition-vibrator tells me, that peace will come soon in the city of Christ...
The wether forecast: The sun is still shining in Denmark - Scandinavia.
from the heart
M. Sufilight -- or ? maybe my name really is Kidhr !??
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gerald Schueler" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2002 6:16 PM
Subject: Theos-World Unmoderated Expulsion
> <<<<This particular list was created to provide a
> safe place to study the theosophical philosophy...
> After careful consideration, I must conclude
> that it's in the best interest of the list that
> I unsubscribe Brigitte.
> -- Eldon Tucker (writing as listowner)>>>
> While I have great respect for Eldon, and I know that this is a difficultdecision to make, I hardly disagree. What the hell is a "safe place?" I thought that moderated lists were safe places.
> I can't count the number of nasty flames that I received from Frank and Leon and others on theos-world. It got so bad that I quit reading the list postings and even now only skim them on occassion. Yet Frank and Leon and the rest are still there. These guys also drove Paul from the list. As I recall, nasty postings about CWL drove Eldon's wife from the list, and no one was ever unsubscribed for it that I know of. Seems very unfair to me, or is it that I just happen to agree with some of what Brigitte says?
> Anyway, if Brigitte goes, then I will go to, and the fundies and literalists can have Theos-world to themselves (Leon once told me good riddance, soI know where all of this stands with him).
> Jerry S.
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