RE: RE: ARE WE QUALIFIED TO CRITICIZE H.P.B.?
Jan 09, 1999 03:29 AM
by Bazzer (Paul)
> >In what respect have any of today's "magical and occult schools" aided
> >Humanity as a WHOLE? Read "The Key to Theosophy", pages 20 -27 etc,
> >facsimile edition.
> >Best wishes,
> Actually there are many. Let me just give you one. Crowley taught
> that we were now in a new age, the age of Horus, and one of its
> distinguishing features, he said, was equality of the sexes. This
> idea, foreign at the time he gave it, was strengthened by his followers
> over many years, and today we certainly see this occuring at least in
> some countries. Most magic work is not noticable, nor are its results
> Jerry S.
As MKR posts recently, original TS Objects broached the question of the
relevance of gender way before A.C., as did the (genuine) Mystery Scools
etc. (NB: original TS Objects phrase it as "without distinction" of sex,
race, etc., which is not necessarily the same as "equality" of the sexes.
That which is sex-less has no need of "equality". Neither, for that matter,
The motion of cycles/ages has been taught for millennia. A.C.'s "new age" is
hardly divine revelation (even assuming it is a correct interpretation). As
we know, there are 'ages' within 'ages', each with its particular
Is it a correct understanding that A.C.'s contribution to "equality of the
sexes" also ran to the generous use of sex stimulents (e.g. 'sex appeal'
perfumes) and a sustained entorage of female 'disciples'?
Still no evidence of today's "magical and occult schools" (exoteric, one
must presume, as they are public knowledge) contributing anything of value
to Humanity AS A WHOLE.
Anyhow, let's return to Theosophy.
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