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Re: Adyar estate

Jun 16, 2009 04:51 PM
by Anand

Because of these reasons, Anton, you will find that even if you are right, you will have no supporters there.

--- In, "Anand" <AnandGholap@...> wrote:
> > TS is a complex organization. It is democratic, but as Annie Besant said, it's democracy is a farce because in reality it is controlled by the Esoteric School. This is not my invention. Annie Besant herself said this. 
> > Large number of officers in TS are also members of the Esoteric School and the the Co-freemasonry. Both ES and Co-freemasonry have one person as head. These two organizations are autocratic and their head can remove any member from these organizations in autocratic manner. 
> > Will an officer in TS, who is a member of ES or Co-freemasonry (CF), act against the wishes of the head, when he/she can be expelled from ES and CF autocratically? 
> > The fact is many officers in TS are also members of ES and Co-freemasonry. 
> > Let me explain it in different words.  Suppose MKR is General Secretary of India. Chuck is International President of TS and also head of the ES and Co-freemasonry. MKR is also a member of ES and Co-freemasonry. Now, is MKR free to act as an officer of the TS, and can he go against the wishes of Chuck, when MKR knows that Chuck can easily expel him from the ES and the Co-freemasonry? In this situation MKR, even when acting as an officer of TS, will still have to obey commands of Chuck, if he wants to keep his membership in the ES and Co-freemasonry. 
> > That means MKR will have to obey commands of Chuck in TS, if MKR has to keep his membership in ES and CF intact.
> > I hope this explains the complex situation in TS. Again this is not my invention. Annie Besant has admitted that ES controls TS.
> Suppose one day MKR decides that he will not obey commands of Chuck in TS matters. MKR is now ready to act in TS according to his will and he is ready to get expelled from the ES and the CF. Now, because of disobedient attitude of MKR, Chuck expels MKR from the ES and Co-freemasonry. Is MKR free to act now as an officer of the TS? He is still not free because there are most other officers in TS who are still members of the ES and CF and these officers want their membership in ES and CF intact. So, they will still act as per the will of Chuck and will not go with MKR. So MKR finds that most officers are not with him. They still obey commands of Chuck. In this situation MKR becomes lonely because nobody is going with him. That makes MKR's sacrifice fruitless and he thinks that he should have been obedient servant of Chuck.

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