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Re: Theos-World Synthetic vs. authentic; why genealogical dissociation occurs

Nov 24, 2002 07:15 PM
by leonmaurer

I was given it by my father when I was 12. I was an obedient son, read it 
from cover to cover, and remember it as being fascinating. Although, I can't 
remember what I got out of it -- except the bicycle my dad promised me and, 
maybe the ability to wade through entire dry textbooks in college before 
starting a course (which made professor's think I was a wiz, and saved a lot 
of homework study time :-). 

In a message dated 11/20/02 1:38:13 PM, writes:

>--- In theos-talk@y..., samblo@c... wrote:
>> Paul,
>> Let us know if you get through "Tales Beelzebub Told His 
>> in one
>> piece. Lol.
>> John
>For the umpteenth time I started it and gave up after the first 
>chapter. This from someone who made it through the unabridged SD 
>four times, all the Blavatsky Collected Writings, and the entire 24 
>volume set of Cayce readings, plus such hefty tomes as Being and 
>Nothingness! BTG is unreadable for me and that's saying a lot. 
>Everything else G. wrote is fine though IMO. Especially Views From 
>the Real World, from spoken lectures.

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