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Re: Theos-World More reference?

Jan 01, 2003 12:23 PM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

Hi Thalprin and all of you,

My views are here given in the below:

Dear Thalprin:
I thought I already had explained the - KEY - to understand the persons
(Helena Roerich,
Olcott and Krishnamurti) mentioned below.
I politely ask you --- is it now so:
That you want me to explain it ALL - so to speak - to you about those
persons as well, so that you can escape developing your higher bodies, right

The next questions could then be on Annie Besant, C. W. Leadbeater, W. Q.
Judge, Robert Crosbie, Purucker etc...

To all of you:
--- One should and ought to stop students continuing - dead-letter
reading ---
--- One ought to teach students the importance of comparative studies ---
--- One ought to teach the students the importance of the 7 keys mentioned
by Blavatsky ---

The students always says, that they want to learn. But - learning how to
learn, has not so much their interest even if this is the topic should be

I offer you (Thalprin and other readers) to read the book "Learning how to
learn" and "The Way of the Sufis" by Idries Shah, that is - if you can get
hold on them.
Idries Shah - a true Theosophists - who knew about the 7 keys and the
teachings on Gupta Vidya:
And because - some persons - on this list Theos-Talk needs to have more
respect for the about 1.000.000 humans living as Muslims - the following are
Sufism and Sufis, orders and Initiates:
Early Sufi women:
Ibn Arabi - the greatest Sheik - the known as the Alchemist Doctor Maximus -
(pure Gupta Vidya - with true knowledge on the 7 keys) (a badly
translated text)
Hazrat Inyat Khan - sufi and lecturer at various Theosophical Societies:
Online texts from an initiate:

I think people can agree that Hazrat inyat Khan was a true Theosophists, so
why can't they agree on Idries Shah ?
Or can they ?

Martin Luther King Jr. - a quote:

"Now let me suggest first that if we are to have peace on earth, our
loyalties must become ecumenical rather that sectional. Our loyalties must
transcend our race, our tribe, our class, and our nation; and this means we
must develop a world perspective. No individual can live alone; no nation
can live alone, and as long as we try, the more we are going to have war in
this world. Now the judgement of God is upon us, and we must either learn to
live together as brothers or we are all going to perish together as fools."

Excerpted from "A Christmas Sermon on Peace", delivered on 24 December 1967
at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga.

Well perish, yes - but maybe only due to Karma...>:-)

M. sufilight with peace...

----- Original Message -----
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Sent: Monday, December 30, 2002 1:00 AM
Subject: Theos-World More reference?

> Hi,
> If it's no bother, Dallas, Daniel, Morton could you provide more
> info/reference/links about the works/efforts of Helena Roerich,
> Olcott and Krishnamurti?
> I'd be interested in better understanding the explorations and/or
> efforts of these folks.
> Sincerely,
> Terrie
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to

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