RE: Theos-World A.E. Powell, and his Books on the Subtle Bodies.
Nov 30, 2004 09:33 AM
by Eldon B Tucker
There are two aspects to accuracy here. First, is Powell accurate in a
scholastic sense in assembling, organizing, and represent materials by
Besant and Leadbeater, much in the same way that a ULT book might organize
and present materials by Blavatsky and Judge? That is something we could
measure. Second, is what Powell says an accurate representation of reality?
Is the world about us as he describes it? That is where it becomes harder to
From: Bart Lidofsky [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2004 9:21 AM
Subject: Re: Theos-World A.E. Powell, and his Books on the Subtle Bodies.
robert searle wrote:
> I have read somewhere that Powells books on
> the subtle bodies is not completely accurate. How true
> is all this?
How would anybody know?
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