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Re: Theos-World Adyar Convention Reporting

Jan 24, 2010 08:54 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

Or perhaps Laywers serving at Madras High Court?

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  Sent: Sunday, January 24, 2010 5:45 PM
  Subject: Re: Theos-World Adyar Convention Reporting

  It may be going a bit far to call Radha a thief, but I would have no 
  hesitation in calling a few politicians that.

  Chuck the Heretic 

  In a message dated 1/24/2010 7:50:15 A.M. Central Standard Time, writes:

  I think your calling Radhaji a thief is crossing the line for any
  theosophist. You owe an unconditional apology.

  As a theosophist, I would never all another human being a thief.

  The ball is now in your court.


  On Sat, Jan 23, 2010 at 4:48 AM, preethi muthiah

  _ ( _seeker_preethi@seeker_pr_ 
  ( >wrote:

  > Dear MKR,
  > I would just like to point out to you that I attended the Convention as
  > every member's right to do so. The Administration at Adyar was definitely
  > NOT doing me a favour.
  > The issues I have brought up, by the way, are issues that the founders
  > would themselves raise, had they been alive. Neither of our founders 
  were in
  > favour of corruption, and it did not matter to them at what level these 
  > practised. Corruption is corruption and it is an evil that must be rooted
  > out. It is indeed sad to see that it exists in the TS, the founders of 
  > are insulted daily by the current administration at Adyar, who instead of
  > rooting it out, endorse it all because it is practised by the relatives 
  > the President.
  > Also, Preethi was not allowed to stay on campus with her mother, Mrs 
  > Muthiah, who still works at the TS, Adyar. And though Preethi was 
  allowed to
  > visit her mother, in the future, even that permission has been taken 
  > You must read the Mahatma's Letters carefully, MKR, and you will find out
  > that with a spiritual aspirant, every bad deed wipes out all the good 
  > So, even if you want to be proud of Mrs Burnier allowing a member of the 
  > like Preethi Muthiah to attend the Convention, which by the way was 
  > Muthiah's right, you cannot run away from the fact that since Mrs Burnier
  > did not allow me to stay with my mother, so the deed you mentioned gets
  > wiped out and the balance is tilted towards the misdeeds...heavily 
  > It is quite possible that Mrs Radha Burnier will now try to prevent 
  > from being a member of the TS...but that is her headache...not mine...My
  > commitment to the Theosophical Cause remains unhindered, for I choose it 
  > be so. She cannot own the Masters of the Wisdom nor the Wisdom Teachings.
  > She cannot even actually own the Adyar Estate for it is not her 
  property. If
  > you will see the rules, you will realize that Adyar actually belongs to 
  > the members of_ the TS, for out of our annual membership fee, a certain
  > amount goes towards the upkeep and maintenance of the Adyar International
  > Headquarters.
  > In effect, MKR, Mrs Radha Burnier in addition to all her other misdeeds 
  > corruption etc. is also today party to the crime of keeping a member of 
  > TS from her right to enter and live on the international HQ of the TS,
  > Adyar, for the maintenance and upkeep of which the member pays annually a
  > certain fee. By that account, MKR, Mrs Burnier is a thief. I hope that 
  > not a matter of pride with you.
  > Fraternally
  > Preethi
  > --- On Sat, 23/1/10, MKR <_ ( 
  _mkr777@gmail.mkr_ ( _ <mkr777%40gmail.mkr>> wrote:
  > From: MKR <_ ( _mkr777@gmail.mkr_ 
  ( _ <mkr777%40gmail.mkr>>
  > Subject: Theos-World Adyar Convention Reporting
  > To: "theos-talk" <_ ( 
  _theos-talk@yahoogrotheos-t_ ( <theos-talk%theos-talk%<WBthe>
  > >
  > Date: Saturday, 23 January, 2010, 2:14 AM
  > When I suggested before the convention, if some one attending the
  > convention
  > could report on the convention on Internet, I was thinking about a blog
  > like
  > reporting, which in a journalistic point, be entertaining and 
  > I
  > have seen in conventions, each day one or two page bulletin is issued
  > covering the dayâs summary. It is very disappointing that in this day and
  > age of computers and wifi, something that is easy to do was not done by 
  > one. By the way, Chennai is a hub of many computer establishments and so
  > there are ample wifi resources if anyone wanted to post anything on
  > Internet. I do not know what is happening in various countries when they
  > have their annual conventions.
  > It is heartening to see Preethi was allowed to attend the convention, as 
  > member, in spite of the various issues she had raised in the past and had
  > to
  > move out of_ the Adyar Estate. This speaks very highly of the Adyar
  > administration and all of us should be proud of it. I doubt any other
  > organization would have allowed her to attend a convention.
  > MKR
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  > The INTERNET now has a personality. YOURS! See your Yahoo! Homepage.
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