RE: Theos-World A.E. Powell, and his Books on the Subtle Bodies.
Nov 30, 2004 09:04 AM
by Eldon B Tucker
Powell's books were based on the writings of Leadbeater, Besant, and others
whom wrote along one particular line, what we might characterize as the
Besant/Leadbeater variant of Theosophy. His books aren't helpful, though, in
understanding other views on Theosophy, including what Blavatsky presented.
From: MKR [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2004 8:38 AM
Subject: Re: Theos-World A.E. Powell, and his Books on the Subtle Bodies.
As I understand, what Powell did was to compile the info from other
authors. Like any book, there are going to be critics who disagree or
complain about inaccuracies. All one can do is to study all books and come
to one's own conclusions.
At 03:14 PM 11/30/04 +0000, you wrote:
> I have read somewhere that Powells books on
>the subtle bodies is not completely accurate. How true
>is all this? Also, I would be grateful for any further
>comments on MULTI-DIMENSIONAL SCIENCE, AND THE
>RADHASOAMI FAITH. I hope things can liven up a bit
>around here, or else I will have to unsubscribe.
>Looking forward to your interested cooperation, and
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