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Re: Theos-World Reincarnation of Lord Buddha here isReal message from Nepal

Nov 29, 2005 05:10 AM
by Drpsionic

In a message dated 11/29/2005 4:13:07 AM Central Standard Time, writes:

Is Theosophy belief? Is it a brain-child of HPB? Have we been talking 
about nothing? If you are right, you may have proven that the Wisdom 
Teaching is just an intellectual pastime and therefore an illusion. If 
you are wrong ... well, you can't be wrong.

Not since August 13, 1957.

Of course Theosophy is belief because we can be certain that a lot of it is 
wrong (unless there really IS an ashram somewhere where there is a piano built 
into one side of the living room wall and an organ built into the other 
side) which pretty much means there is quite a bit of nonsense floating around. 
(I wonder if there is still anyone alive stupid enough to think that poor, 
crazy Rukmini Devi really was an airhead-er-arhat.)

The brain research hits everything, not just Theosophy and if the data is 
good and we are honest we may have to admit the possibility that that may very 
well be the case and we are back to the starting point. Of course I have 
always thought that a lot of it was just an intellectual past-time (with all due 
respect to my friend Jerry, I really see no practical use for rounds and 

What is most annoying about the kid in Nepal is that he is not unique in the 
sub-continent. There are people like him all over the place, he just has 
acquired a press agent somehow. Of course if he or his handlers really want 
him to make the big time, he needs to do something more interesting than just 
sit. That may sell ok over there, but the global guru market needs something 
more spectacular, like making ash mysteriously appear from large sleeves like 
Sai Baba Be Bop used to do.

Maybe he can create a line of furniture, sitting you know.

Chuck the Disgusted Heretic

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