Re: Theos-World Every Challenge is ...
Feb 07, 2006 12:26 PM
by Frank Reitemeyer
=>Such efforts are now new, and they are not
original. We have had persons of
this typeattacking H.P.B.'s work all the time
since the mid-1880s. We also
have had people successfully defending Theosophy
all along. Yet -- there is
something sad about this.
Does this criticism also include the ULT policy,
which opposed the humanitarian and occult work of
Katherine Tingley, who continued HPB's work and
fulfilled her last hope to build a Mystery School
in the West? It is well know about HPB students
that she died not before her closest co-worker
William Judge was able to confirm her that he has
found her successor.
Why did the ULT tried to crystallize the evolution
of the Theosophical Movement and propagated a
status quo of OUTER FORMS?
=>The very existence of students who try to live
up to the inner side of
H.P.B.'s Teachings seems to gravely offend these
poor people. This is
unfortunate. No sincere student could ever aim at
One can only wish that these aggressive skeptics
will understand and accept
the existence of such a thing as an occult life
and spiritual path.
In other words Point Loma students should direct
all their compassion to ULT students, who opposed
KT's spiritual work (which included the
preparation of Blavatsky's Collected Writings and
the complete edition of all Mahatma Letters to
=>The lack of respect that these skeptics seem to
show for the inner instances
of the theosophical movement might be connected
to a lack of respect they
have for their own inner consciousness and
In other words ULT people like Robert Crosbie
opposed the work of the messenger of the Masters
merely because of their lack of consciousness and
>As paradoxes are part of the occult life, there
>is a bright side to this.
Esoteric philosophy states that great
opportunities are generally in direct
proportion to the difficulty of challenges.
In other words students of KT should thank Crosbie
and other foes to give the white side an
opportunity for growth!?
There must be evil in the world, but watch that it
is not you who does it.
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