Re: HPB and Ritualism
Dec 01, 2006 06:50 PM
by Carl Ek
I have already shown that Blavatsky was a victim of the "Jesuit-myth
of Clermont" (two different groups from the late 17th century was
mixed up, namely the Freemasonic high degree Grand Chapter of
Clermont, and the Jesuit ruled Jacobin "propaganda central" in
Clermont (who worked for a free Catholic Scotland under the Stuarts,
and against the Dutch born King of Scots William II (William III in
England) of Oranien) from about the same time), but at that time she
wasn't alone. It is just sad that some people still believe in this
Calvinist lie (King William was a Calvinist by the way).
"Ritualism and "practical magic" are too dangerous".
That is right that magic (al magic) is dangerous, if the magician in
question don't have the correct or right ethical level, but magic is
not dangerous in its on nature.
"It wans HPB and the Masters who created a movement free from
Free from "Ritualism" yes, but hardly not free from rituals.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "cardosoaveline"
> I am but a student of Theosophy. It was HPB, not me, who wrote
> the Masonry was infiltrated by Jesuits. It was HPB, not me, who
> that Ritualism and "practical magic" are too dangerous (from 19th
> century on). It wans HPB and the Masters who created a movement
> from ritualisms and blind belief.
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