Re: theos-talk the Christian Saviour, like Krishna
Oct 28, 2011 08:53 PM
by Cass Silva
I think Jeremy is wrong. ÂApollonius mixed with Kings nor was he humble and didn't suffer fools.
>From: MKR <mkr777@ZelHzA7WHFaGCpWdPFLu8YtdO045IxPIboPyXTv4CKSThg1ufXlckZuReF6S6mwIFKGaa1t2FQNv.yahoo.invalid>
>Sent: Saturday, 29 October 2011 10:39 AM
>Subject: Re: theos-talk the Christian Saviour, like Krishna
>Your message is timely and should make all theosophists to think. The
>quote below reminds me of Shri Shankaracharya's attempt to reform the
>Hinduism steeped in rituals and other religious ceremonies which many
>believed will please the Gods. He too emphasized that our daily acts
>are very important and only through wisdom one can attain salvation
>and not by rituals. With many of the Hindu rituals, the salaried
>priestcraft took control of the masses through fear that no performing
>rituals will bring bad luck. Priestcraft traditionally take control of
>the masses through fear.
>On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 4:31 PM, Jeremy Condick
>> "Like Buddha and Jesus, Apollonius was the uncompromising enemy of all outward show of piety, all display of useless religious ceremonies and hypocrisy. If, like the Christian Saviour, the sage of Tyana had by preference sought the companionship of the poor and humble"... IU2 341.
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