Re: Theos-World Carlos the Adept?
Feb 20, 2006 05:38 PM
You said it right Bill. Sorry I didn't see this until after I wrote my very
polite letter putting Carlos on the peer review stand. :-)
My mailbox still has over 120 unread along with some randomly read letters
that I have to put aside as unread until I get to them. As it is, since I got
out of the hospital, I spend more than 10 hours a day at the computer trying
to catch up. But the letters keep piling up at about 30 per day. No telling
when I'll get through the pile. </X-)>
In a message dated 2/17/06 12:31:09 PM, email@example.com writes:
> carlosaveline cardoso aveline wrote:
> > Dear Bill,
> > My apologies.
> > Sorry, I don't have the time to read you commentaries carefully right now.
> > Busy day.
> Sorry you did not have time to read my commentaries carefully before
> responding yet again from a position of ignorance.
> > But, do you really think Paul Johnson has "Revealed the Masters"?
> > Revealed their personal identities??? Understood something of their
> > teachings?
> In a word, yes. When you read the book, you may understand the context
> in which my answer is given, but as one who judges a book by its cover,
> and offers a condemnation of said book based solely on the title, you
> are not one with whom I see much hope for meaningful discussions.
> > According to the Esoteric Philosophy, it takes an Adept to
> > fully understand Adepts. And those who undertand anything serious sbout
> > them, do NOT "reveal". Have heard about Secrets of Initiation?
> > Tao Te King: "Those who talk, don't know; those who know, don't talk".
> I can only ask you to look back over the past few weeks and take note of
> how much "talking" you have done on theos-talk. You came here with an
> agenda to undermine Daniel Caldwell and you have been using Caldwell's
> tactics to achieve your goal. The implication that you somehow know
> more about the esoteric philosophy and what it really means is
> flapdoodle. Paul Johnson and others whom you might call naive have
> studied and synthesized more science, religion and philosophy than you
> even imagine. The constant theme of your relentless "talking" is
> evidence that you have not even studied your Self/self enough to
> recognize that you are a self-centered mass of relationships,
> attachments, and addictions. You behave in the manner we have come to
> expect from Caldwell. The two of you are peas from the same pod.
> Meditate on that.
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