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Re: Theos-World transfusions

Dec 20, 2004 04:27 PM
by Cass Silva

Dear Iain
I also think that blood and organs are a wonderful gift. I think, but could be wrong, that when an organ is passed to a donor, it passes with the donor's "vibrations". e.g. Heart recipients learning that they have a "desire" for something that they did not when there own heart was in place. I would imagine that in most cases these vibrations are harmless as their gift is given in altruism. However, one has to be careful in receiving blood as the blood may be infected, e.g. Aids. Although the blood is screened there are still a few cases that show up even in this day,of people, after receiving blood, have received other things as well.

I was also wondering that if an organ of a deceased person, slows down the process of disintegration of the donor's physical human body and its astral counterpart. And what effect this would have on the donor's "after life". I believe that Theosophy does not advocate the mummification of bodies for this reason.


Iain <> wrote:

As a 98 pint donor of blood /plasma/platlets I dont think my Karma has dimminished,As the donations are given annonomously I keep looking out for people wheather they are premature babies requiring a teaspoonful of blood too RTA or assault victims needing several pints I dont think it matters what ever Karma is there it will be diluted by the recipients own body fluids, I have not come accross any misfortunates who have taken on my characteristics .I do not see them wandering aimlessly in town,bewildered, bamboozled & etc, or to be found at parties asking " Do I come here often?!!!"
I am of the opinion that blood/organs can be used to give or sustain life is the greatest gift that anyone can give, if you pass on some form of Karma it can only be good if that touch of spirit gives life to a body so that body shall flourish and develop, that it does not touch it withers and dies.

The last Jehovah's Witness that strayed to my door was a young lad who enquired of me "Good morning sir, But do you lead the life of Christ?" I replied "Listen son, with my wife I don't even lead the life of a dog!!!"
cheers Iain

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