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Re: Theos-World Which theosophical book a skeptic would take to a desert island

Sep 04, 2004 08:46 AM
by Drpsionic

In a message dated 9/4/04 1:14:31 AM Central Daylight Time, writes:

If one is A SKEPTIC, why take any theosophical

Because they are interesting reading. And, on occasion, there is a gem among 
the verbiage but it is a damned lot of work to find it. So, to answer the 

The Secret Doctrine, because arguing with it would keep me occupied for years.

The Mahatma Letters, not so much for the letters themselves as trying to 
figure out what Sinnet was asking them and why they were handing him so much 
nonsense. ( I have never heard an explanation of what the hell a Kobiligan is. 
Were they starting a KKK chapter?) to say nothing of the thought of this poor, 
muddle-headed Victorian trying to make some sense of it all.

And, to top it off, The Masters and the Path by dear old CWL because it is so 
utterly and hopelessy funny!

Chuck the Heretic

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