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Re: Theos-World RE: [bn-study] Re: charles w leadbeater

Jan 26, 2003 02:48 AM
by teos9

In a message dated 1/25/2003 8:02:39 AM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

> Dear Louis:
> History as interpretation and history as written documents are
> available for comparison.
> However the desire to place new meaning on do events does not
> change what actually happened. Trouble is we don’t have access
> yet to the akasa where the real records of Karma are stored
> indelibly for ever. Apparently the Adepts can view them if and
> when required.

Hello Dallas,

Thanks for your thoughts. Your contributions to this list are always welcome.

Yes, I agree that history IS an interpretation. I would say it is an 
interpretive opinion or surmise, at best. So any comparisons we can or do 
make, regarding written history, are only, of documented opinions of other 
peoples conclusions. 

Since, as you say, we DO NOT have access to the akashic records, then we 
cannot place ANY meaning on events that actually happened with objective 
historical accuracy. That only leave intuitive personal interaction and 
subjective conclusions.

But then, I have always been happy to settle for that.

Best Regards,


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