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Re: Theos-World So does anyone else have an opinion about the Zuckerbrot documentary?

Dec 12, 2009 03:25 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

Dear Paul

I do certianly not hate you.
It is a false accusation. 

I find you to unjustly accuse Blavatsky for being an imposter and throw false claims in her face. And I claim with all honesty that I have meet her. That might explain to you why I seek to defend her. 

I am simply only disagreeing with you, and I think you many times have pictured Blavatsky in a false manner, calling her a great imposter and all, without recognizing the truth about it when was proven to you. These are my views, and I do not mind people telling me that I am wrong provided they can prove it and document their views.

I am sad that you continue on and on like this.
I suggest, that we seek the truth about the matters in the name of compassion.

M. Sufilight

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: kpauljohnson 
  Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2009 6:13 PM
  Subject: Theos-World So does anyone else have an opinion about the Zuckerbrot documentary?

  I liked how the documentary turned out, and am not surprised that Morten did not. But would like to know if anyone else has any opinion to share, or if his outpouring of righteous indignation and personal hatred will be the one and only opinion expressed in this forum. The kind of overt aggression we see here can silence others who are intimidated and don't wish to become themselves targets of fanatical hostility. I particularly protest the use of the word "crucifixion" to apply to the documentary's treatment of HPB, which is violent rhetoric that both expresses and encourages sectarian hatred of all involved in it.


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