Re: Theos-World "plagiarisms" . . . ?
Apr 07, 2002 04:45 PM
Your observation is correct. Unless one goes beyond the dead letter reading
and putting some of the ideas/principles in everyday practice, it is no
better than what all other religious followers do.
When one is engrossed in traditional theosophical activities organized
around organizations, it is extremely difficult to get out and
independently explore what is behind all the writings. May be for many it
is very easy to blindly believe and follow.
At 01:23 AM 4/8/02 +0200, Morten Sufilight wrote:
My view is:
They keep continue their silly act of putting the books of Theosophy
forward as a kind of 'bible-collection' - and avoid adressing the crucial
issues of dead-letter reading and the importance of the "7 keys" - where
one of the is about the to Blavatsky very important allegories.
Such a behavoir I consider to be against the idea of Theosophy as
Blavatsky was putting it forward.
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