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Theos-World Re: Wry on Blavatsky part one

Jan 31, 2003 06:22 AM
by Katinka Hesselink " <>

Dear Wry,

I am not at all upset, to start with your last comment. I am rather 
confused as to what your point is with your messages. You critisize 
Blavatsky and then accuse me of setting up myself as an authority, 
and in the same breadth suggest that you will in some vague future 
further elucidate what you are saying. Which sounds like the closed 
fist aproach to teaching spirituality. Also, if you are basing your 
judgment of Blavatsky on the same basis as you are judging Sanat's, I 
should just stopp replying to your messages, because in that case you 
are merely ventilating vague ideas not actually based on anything. 

In the present your criticism of Blavatsky is rather vague and mixed 
in with criticism of this list. I think if you answer Dallas's 
questions perhaps the discussion will become a bit more clear. As for 
now, your main point seems to be that Blavatsky is confused, unclear, 
and immature. Yet you don't give us any indication what that judgment 
is based on. As for your comments on the functioning of this list - 
since I sort of agree, I won't comment on that. I do see the two as 
distinctly seperate issues though. I also know there are people who 
get completely stuck in what Krishnamurti has said, yet this does not 
invalidate his work for me. 


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