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To Hauw: Scholars & Theosophy

Feb 18, 2006 07:05 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline

Dear Hauw,

I will take your question -- of fundamental importance.

As true and patient scholars investigate the theosophical movement and its Philososophy, they will help many sincere theosophists to understand two basic things:

1) The presentation of theosophical teachings made by Annie Besant, C. W. Leadbeater and
those under their influence is mayavic, or illusory and therefor cannot last;

2) The original teachings of H.P.B., William Judge and other therosophical authors are not easy to understand in every detail; but they enlighten human affairs and evolution; and they put it into a broader context and perspective which lead the student to the perception that Universal Brotherhood is a law of evolution; that Brotherhood is connected to the Law of Karma; that it is connected to the fact of Reincarnation.

Theosophy was once called by a Mahatma -- "the Asiatic Psychology". It can also be called
"Esoteric Philosophy". It is a multidimensional, intuitive and rational knowledge. It can obtained gradually.

True scholars do not cease dialogue because of fear or anger.

They constantly doubt, re-examine and improve the PREMISES of their work.

Peace to all beings, Carlos.

From: "T. H. Hauw" <>
To: <>
Subject: Theos-World Re: Salience, valence, HPB, and scholars
Date: Sat, 18 Feb 2006 09:22:06 +0800

Hello Paul,

In your post of Feb 15, you said, "If HPB's Masters are acknowledged by
scholars to have been real, then the contrast with
CWL's imaginary ones becomes all too glaring." Can you or someone explain
the background to this statement please?

New student of Theosophy
>Message: 3            Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 14:37:35 -0000
>   From: "kpauljohnson" <>
>Subject: Salience, valence, HPB, and scholars
>Here von Egmond is implying, correctly in my view that the
>previous attitude toward HPB among scholars had generally been
>that the Masters were figments of fantasy and that therefore HPB
>herself did not deserve serious attention in terms of studying her
>sources.  Why would Adyar not welcome this?  It undermines the
>unassailable CWL, for one thing.  If HPB's Masters are
>acknowledged by scholars to have been real, then the contrast with
>CWL's imaginary ones becomes all too glaring.

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