Re: Theos-World Frank on Edmonton Theosophical Society created "good karma"
Feb 07, 2006 12:01 PM
by Frank Reitemeyer
=>Just to clarify what you have written below.
Daniel, that is always a good motive to ask.
=>Are you saying that you think the Edmonton
Society created "good karma" for reprinting the
112 pages of Madame Coulomb's "disgusting" (to use
Yes. I think to silence criticism (as it is
customs among the "theosophical" groups in Germany
f.e.) is always a position of fear and
According a movement can only win its struggle
when it includes its opposition.
The present German ostrich policy will not help
ONE iota the Masters cause in the present and in
=>Did the Wheaton Theosophical Publishing House
also create "good
karma" for publishing my book which contained only
3 or 4 pages of
the Coulomb pamphlet?
Yes. Quoting foes is not a sin. On the contrary
the theosophical leaders I accept (HPB, KT, WQJ,
GdeP) always invited critics.
All spiritual minded leaders will to that. I've
just got in a theosophical German magazine of
1936. One article was a report of a "Congress of
Critics" propaganda minister Goebbels has
organized to teach what real criticism and wrong
criticism is, that is to say that only people who
have knowledge about the subject can rightful
criticize, not people without knowledge, who
criticize only for money or an ideology like
Bolshevism which taught (teaches) that its
devotees must swindle and lie for their goal of a
Communistic World Republic (Globalism).
One sarcastic critic of GdeP was Dr. Stokes, who
at one time believed that he cannot understand
well both English and Sanskrit. He was invited to
share his events, got convinced to the contrary
and beame a Point Loma member!
The bad habit to silence critics and hold
Communistic party meetings with all delegates
having one and the same opinion and punishement of
deviaters and contrarians was introduced in the
Theosophical Movement from above by Besant and
Leadbeater, because they believed they have found
the complete truth. One of the reasons may have
been that their Masters were not HPB's Indian and
Tibetan Masters, but rather talmudic rabbis from
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