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Jun 08, 2006 04:20 PM
by carlosaveline



The theosophical movement is a probationary field. It is not meant to be a garden of roses. Some kind theosophical souls, when still developing Vairagya (discernment), can't tell the difference between traitors and "heretics". 

It is not too difficult. Independent thinkers (seen as "heretics") 
serve no centralized bureaucracy. They do not look for money. They challenge ritualistic make-belief systems. So did H.P. Blavatsky in the 19th century. 

Her accusers, in fact slanderers, were at first funded and used by
Roman Catholicism or other Churces to attack the movement, because Theosophy was "dangerous". But since the end of 20th century slanderers are protected or tolerated by Adyar's Liberal Catholic Church and other power mechanisms. 

John Algeo, for instance, is even now the international vice-
president of the Adyar TS. And he is trying to put forged, libelous
texts into the theosophical literature. 

These guys have the "power". 

What about heretics? Heretics are those who defend the founder of the theosophical movement. 

Thanks to the good Karma, there will always be independent thinkers,  though. 

Regards, Carlos Cardoso Aveline 

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