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Yes, Wry, some good examples might help

Feb 02, 2003 05:14 PM
by Daniel H. Caldwell " <>

Wry, you wrote:

"I have expressed an important idea in my message, the difference 
between the well-formed construction of any major organically
evolved and finely-tuned-over centuries religion and Madame 
Blavatsky's teaching. I am prepared to give examples of this in the 
future, but it is probably not even necessary, as anyone can go to 
any section of her writings and see what I am talking about, as she 
takes bits and pieces out of context and puts them together in such a 
way as to illustrate or show something else, but ONLY SO MUCH CAN BE 
CONVEYED THIS WAY, as there is no underlying structure that can be 
organicallly traced back to the whole in such a way that a person can 
relate it to his own physical functioning. (As above, so below)."

It is not clear to me (maybe somebody else understands) exactly what 
you are trying to convey to Katinka and the rest of us on this forum. 

Some detailed examples from HPB's writings with your own specific 
comments may greatly help us to understand what you believe should be 


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