Re: Shamballa behind facism ?
Jan 18, 2003 11:34 PM
by Phillip Lindsay " <firstname.lastname@example.org>
more froth and blather - I am out of here.
--- In email@example.com, leonmaurer@a... wrote:
> And that makes AAB a lover of Sufis, eh?
> Sounds like the Anti Semitic remark made by a bigot in the
> "Gentlemen's Agreement"... "Some of my best friends are Jews."
> had some Jewish friends (some of his international banking
> Jewish). (Most Arabs and Muslims are Semites, by the way, and many
> pure Aryans.) Aren't most Sufi's also Semites? Since Semites,
> Hammites, Mongols, etc., are simply slightly "physically"
> of the same spiritual tree of the fifth Manu -- aren't their
> intuitive and rational minds and brains at the same level of
> evolutionary development? Doesn't this make them all parts of the
> sub-root and family of Mankind as the so called Aryan Caucasians?
> there only one Humanity? Isn't this what Universal Brotherhood
> signifies? Is it right to allow the physical actions or beliefs
> individuals or small groups (of more or less ignorant beings) to
> how one judges these entire branches of the same Humanity? What
> physical determinations to do with spiritual or monadic
> Aren't such judgments solely the prerogative of Karma? Is that
> "Real" Chohan builders and "Masters of Light," themselves, refuse
> teach us NOT to interfere with anyone's natural karmic path?
> actions be the ultimate disturbance of natural harmony? And,
isn't that the
> ultimate crime against nature (and Humanity) that only
those "dark" Chohans
> of the Shadow who rebelled, could commit? Isn't this what
the "War in
> Heaven" was (and is) all about?
> So what does all that mean in the face of AAB's and FB's obvious
> Semitism (which, with the sanction of their dark side Chohan DK,
> Arabian Muslims, Sufis and Hebrews together)? Since when does
> knowledge or wisdom give anyone the right to make political,
> racial, or karmic judgments?
> Sorry, I can't give any quotes, since I haven't the Lucis Trust
> hand ... But, they are easy to find from a careful search on the
> someone has already posted the Bailey's (and DK's) opinions about
> "other inferior races, and "obsolete religions" on this e-mail
> maybe you should go argue with Hannah Newman at the Rainbow
> Her documentation, while a bit religiously biased, is excellent.
> Unfortunately, she puts all theosophy, original or modified, in
> basket -- like AAB categorizes all humanity other than the "Star
> being outside the "New World Order" of the "New Age." Is this the
> of a new "caste system" after the New Order is established? It's
> interesting, however, that HPB never suggested theosophy becoming
> religion and government of the world. I also thought the Masters
> "Maitreya" wasn't supposed to return to Earth until the end of the
> 400,000 odd years from now. So, who's kidding whom? Sufi's know.
> know. Theosophists know. Why don't you? Or, are you already so
> by your belief in DK (based on someone else's say so) as being the
> taught HPB, that you can't see the light (in the face of their
> distortion of the Fundamental Principles the SD is based on, that
> to have "dictated")? What makes you think that just because AAB
> said so, that anything he asserts is true? What makes AAB an
> about anything cooked up in her mind that she may have partially
learned as a
> theosophist and then twisted to fit her conditioned (by her family
> husband's) religious beliefs, coupled with the distorted ideas of
AB and CWL?
> What a joke.
> I think that the joke's on Bailey. The world will never buy her
> mystical/magical, materially oriented racial crap... Although, the
> Nazi's and other "globalizing" power bosses sure will take
advantage of it --
> before it kicks back in their faces. In the long run, Darth
> Empire (which this "New World Order" is a reflection of) cannot
> the sign of the 5th Root Humanity is the potential development of
> its fifth, rational aspect -- everyone on Earth today is
potentially a part
> of it. When the 6th or Buddhi aspect of mind opens in their
> naturally, karma and the conditions and evolution of the world
will take care
> of the necessary adjustments without need of a newly packaged, man
> puppet Messiah/Dictator (the "Hierarchy" supposedly pulling the
> which is a good way to pass the buck) with better credentials than
> had, and with a cleverer, less brutal way of culling the world's
> population of so called "Hierarchy" chosen scapegoats -- such as
> "compassionate conservatism." (I wonder which Lucis Trust advisor
> that slogan.?:-) In this scenario, the easiest and best way to
get rid of
> those "drags on society" would be to cutoff their patent
medicines, food, and
> other social services and let them die naturally. (And, aren't we
> seeing them doing it?) If Shakespeare were here today, he'd
probably write a
> very sadly funny play about such a farce. (Maybe, he's already
> started on it so it will be ready for Broadway when the New Age-
> Order-Messiah shows up in the flesh. I can't wait to see it. ;-)
> In the meantime, I have a question for Wry (or the group, if they
> it)... Besides cooking, cleaning, washing the dishes, working,
> (or is that, money), etc., and observing it all impartially
> about what is happening in the world (which seems to me to be a
bit like Zen
> without its Buddha vision) -- what else (besides not worrying
about it) do we
> have to do to become spiritually awakened enough to be able to
> magic of the dark side New World Orderers that intend to readjust
> individual and group karma against our will, and/or make us live,
> learn, work, worship, pray, etc., and/or die in this world
according to their
> (we'll all see the light -- when we each put on the cap of clear
> P.S. But, not too clear -- so as to see the true reality from only
one of its
> four directions. (That is, until the other three are fully
> In a message dated 01/17/03 4:13:53 AM, phillip@e... writes:
> >>bring their questions to the group?
> >Just responding to questions wry, as I was invited to do by
> >members. It might just matter to Mr Sufiwatsit as Khan was a
> >though you probably know that...
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