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Re: Biggest Contradiction in Theosophy

Nov 23, 2004 06:51 AM
by arielaretziel

Anand writes:

This phase of 
> giving Truth in paradoxical language continued till 1890. Later 
> principles were given in clear language. That is why I don't read 
> much what was written before 1890.
> Anand Gholap

Yet you may find that you need to read the materiial before 1890 jst 
to understand the matrial afterards. Ever thought of that?

I personally feel the SD is one of the clearest written books on the 
subject, very well organized and full of depth. Because of HPB's 
wandering style, it is hard to keep track, but well worth the study 
because in the end things end up clearer. If HPB was a linear writer, 
I doubt if the over flowing fount of perinial wisdom could be 
exressed in such a small amount of space. In this way, twenty years 
of study can be compressed in two months. This gives you a lot more 
time to think about what you've read rather than spending your life 
just reading.


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