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Re: Theos-World RE: RE: Cayce's relevance to Theosophy/theosophy

Nov 09, 2004 00:11 AM
by samblo

Well your last paragraph is responsible for this response, chuckles. In 
reading the dialog of the two honored posters I thought of certain things which 
may be considered juvenile that I would like to ask either of you.

1. Is a Mahatma validated or proven by the fact that he or she writes or 
precipitates letters?

2. Isn't the most basic beginning point of the controversy inseparable from 
Madame Blavatsky's assertions?

3. I have read that certain of the Buddhist Sects count 18 Arhats, while the 
agreed Canon for most is but 16 Arhats. 

4. Is there a connection from the viewpoint of Madame Blavatsky and her two 
Mahatma's with the 2 Arhats that are not in the Canon of most Buddhists?

5. It is said there were two Arhats that are to be found throughout this 
Manvantaric Cycle at Kalapa, in India. Did Madame Blavatsky ever go there?

6. I have read that the Mahatma's may upon their decision place upon the 
screen of the minds of human what image they choose to present and that variably 
they can present contenance as is appropriate and most acculturated and 
acceptable to each persons affections. Isn't then the color a nuance that becomes 
meaningless and for most purposes constitutes an expedient means?

Jerry, do you have in your library the 1927 Peking issue of "The Voice of the 
Silence" reprint by Alice Leighton cleaver and Basil Crump with the foreword 
written by the 9th Panchen Lama who taught and initiated the Kalachakra. And 
what is your opinion about the possibility that Madame Blavatsky had been 
mentored on the Kalachakra, it's cycles of time, etc (it wasn't until 1981 that the 
Kalachakra came to America by way of the Dalai Lama)? If you have this work 
can the foreword of the 9th Panchen Lama be posted here? I would really like to 
read it.


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