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Re: Theos-World RE: Esoteric School

Mar 02, 2006 04:42 PM
by Cass Silva

It appears that Krishnamurti denied the necessity for a dogmatised "school of thought" around his system.

carlosaveline cardoso aveline <> wrote: 

I guess Gregory has given a thorough answer to the question.

Comparatively, in the Adyar Society the Esoteric School continued, yet the
fancies about outer contacts with the Masters were quietly dropped rom 1953,
except for Geoffrey Hodson in Australia, a  rather national phenomenon, or 
least a phenomenon with poor international dimension.

J. Krishnamurti, very influential with regard to Radha Burnier, wanted the 
E. S. Adyar to
be closed (there is at least one public source for that, Mary Lutyens).  Yet 
he did
not have that.

Best  regards, Carlos.

>From: D P 
>Subject: Theos-World Pasadena Esoteric School
>Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2006 21:43:57 +0100 (CET)
>Hi! I am researching a little about Esoterics Schools inside of the 
>Theosophical Movement then this is a question for Carlos Aveline or another 
>member of the list. C. Aveline wrote –if I remind well- that Esoteric 
>School of Pasadena has ceased its work, do you know why, or publics 
>statements about it?
>   Thanks
>   Damián
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