Re: Einstein Archives Online - Can theosophists and TS organizations
Apr 02, 2012 11:20 AM
by Mark Jaqua
Post it here, so we can see what the supposed big nasty is. 'Probably just hacked or a nasty censor instead.
- jake j.
>4a. Re: Einstein Archives Online - Can theosophists and TS organizations
Posted by: "Cass Silva" silva_cass@mIKlshRLjagw-xeUgxRVXT6yYIgIFgfepT0f2TJs4oskfHFNwUCa0bpxIkU2JyLtx8hKP3qBqwXW1yguPVg3.yahoo.invalid silva_cass
Date: Sun Apr 1, 2012 7:14 pm ((PDT))
>I listed with them, but had my post rejected because it didn't fit the criteria, so gave it away.
> From: Jacques M <jacmahnich@abFASnX1dEFFoYMBGeP0-oNLUsOfgSFgyZg7weu4-TFI_lz03Oy-qmsGVA8JRDVa3PwdTmFVP8e-wfL-SA.yahoo.invalid>
>Sent: Saturday, 24 March 2012 8:31 AM
>Subject: theos-talk Re: Einstein Archives Online - Can theosophists and TS organizations learn a lesson
>MKR wrote : "An effort is under way in the setup of a ning site at theosophy.net,
>mainly the brain child of a theosophist and a handful of supporters. It is
>independent and outside of the control of any organization and currently
>has nearly 1,000 members. The momentum is there and is going to pickup."
>To be independant and outside of the control of any organization is a good thing, but it must be known that this new "organization" considers HPB as a liar and reject all her teachings.
>--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
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