Re: Appeared like true gods, ...
Oct 21, 2007 03:31 AM
HPB Isis unveiled p 536 you can read what she wrote about that.
I don't mean they did not worked from their Higher minds or Buddhic
I think the name god is not a right name at all.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Sveinn Freyr <Sven04@...> wrote:
> Christina -
> Are you saying Christina that these men have left behind them the
> refulgence of demi-gods because of good schooling. That may be right
> to an extent, but you can be certain that they have been inspired by
> the will of their Higher selves.
> In the old days highly gifted miracles men were often referred to as
> "God - men." In this case the word "God - man" means "Logos - man"
> Take a look at the text in the book: Philostratus - The Life of
> Apollonius of Tyana - Vol. I Harvard University Press - Page - 269
> There one of the Adepts says: " We consider ourselves to be Gods"
> And His words stunned Apollonius.!
> ~ S. F.
> -------<christinaleestemaker@...> wrote: -----------
> ---------<Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 16:03:16 -0000>------
> They are created by schools as gods.That will not say they are gods.
> They have had more of the godpower in themselves than normal people,
> that is the only difference.
> BW Chritina
> --- In
> Sveinn Freyr <Sven04@> wrote:
> > List members -
> Kapila, Orpheus, Pythagoras, Plato, Basilides, Marcian, Ammonius and
> Plotinus, founded schools and sowed the germs of many a noble
> and disappearing left behind them the refulgence of demi-gods. But
> the three personalities of Christna, Gautama, and Jesus appeared
> like true gods, ...
> > I.U. II p. 536
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
[Back to Top]
Dedicated to the Theosophical Philosophy and its Practical Application