RE: Theos-World Is conformity expected in TS
Sep 20, 2004 09:38 PM
by W.Dallas TenBroeck
As I see it:
The freedom to write does not relieve the writer from the responsibility to
make sense or to let the reader know what he is basing himself on.
Empty claims, like empty cans, when agitated rattle loudly, and make noise
but no sense.
"Original Writers" for THEOSOPHY (in this era) are considered in
Theosophical societies, circles and among students to be HPB and the
Masters. Who else might you have in mind? Or, have you not familiarized
yourself with their writings?
Do you think THEOSOPHY has altered and changed in its fundamentals since the
Manvantara began up to now? If so, How? And, Why?
If you don't know ISIS UNVEILED, The KEY TO THEOSOPHY, the SECRET DOCTRINE
and The VOICE OF THE SILENCE, can you claim to begin to know what THEOSOPHY
teaches or says?
Sent: Monday, September 20, 2004 2:06 PM
Subject: Is conformity expected in TS
Throughout history of mankind every reformer was condemned because he
told what was not in agreement with established belief. Every
Theosophical writer has right to write what he thinks is right. He
need not agree with any other authority however high he or she may
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