Re: TS Election - A view from England - Some reflections
May 08, 2008 03:54 AM
by Anton Rozman
>But if we formulate as quoted above, it would break the principles
Incompatible doesn't mean prohibited. For the purpose of
the "political hygiene" within the Society it should become an
ethical standard that one who is member or even officer in some other
organization should abstain to run for any office in the T.S.
According to the Rules and Regulations of the Theosophical Society
you have only two types of officers: elected (Heads of Lodges,
General (Regional) Secretaries and President) and nominated (Vice-
Presidents, Secretaries, Treasurers, on these three levels). So,
where it should be the boundary between low and high office?
--- In email@example.com, "Konstantin Zaitzev"
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Anton Rozman" wrote:
> > Membership in Esoteric Section, Co-freemasonry, Liberal Catholic
> > Church, T.O.S., or any other organization is not incompatible
> > the membership in the Theosophical Society but it should be,
> > of conflict of interests and because of the need of one's
> > dedication, incompatible with the eligibility for any office in
> > Theosophical Society.
> Not exactly. It is not incompatible with the membership in the
> Theosophical Society but should be incompatible with the highest
> But if we formulate as quoted above, it would break the principles
> And does anybody know, is J.Algeo a member of E.S.? If not, he
> be the better choise.
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