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Re: USA: Keeping Away From Hatred

Mar 09, 2006 12:08 PM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline

Dear M. Sufilight, Dear Friends,

I can only rejoice in reading such a fine text as this below by Sufilight.


From: "M. Sufilight" <>
To: <>
Subject: Re: Theos-World USA: Keeping Away From Hatred
Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2006 21:11:30 +0100

Hallo all,

My views are:

You for sure have some points of importance in your email.

There is one issue, which I would like to comment on a bit.
Carlos wrote:
"Western democracies in general may be facing difficult moments, now. Yet
democracy, or the art of perceiving and managing unity and diversity as a
simultaneous process, is still the great lesson we have to learn, both
inside and outside the theosophical movement."

My views:
Yes, some western democracies are facing difficulties now.
But materialistic oriented democracies without wisdom and understanding of
the importance of God-ParaBrahman,
will always create trouble and face problems. And country systems being lead
by a religious priesthood of
a dogmatic kind will always face problems, because of their dead-letter
vanity and strange emphasis on odd
ceremonial rituals.
THIS, - the various Theosophical groups and especially their leaders aught
to carefully consider!
They aught to Consider and secure, that they are not themselves belonging to
either of these two groups mentioned in the above.
This is a theosophical duty.

Physically wellknown so-called Theosophical or theosophical groups will not
be able to act in a manner, which
will be helpful if they continously uncritically enroll members into their
esoteric sections or any of their groups.
Theosophical groups aught to consider the following stance in our now
present informations society:
A real Theosophical group or esoteric section will neither claim to have a
mission to teach everyone, nor will it enrol
everyone into a particular group.

All this talk reminds me of the Chinese movie named HERO.
A beautiful movie on a great legend.
The movie by Zhang is set 2,200 years ago, during the reign of the King of
(Chen Daoming), the emperor who united China and built the Great Wall.

The emperor realises the wisdom behind a sign given to him by the leading
role in the movie
called "Nameless".
The Sign is called "Everything under the heaven".
The sign has three levels of interpretation.
It sort of relates to Arjuna's struggle on the spiritual path in the famous
script called Bhagavad Gita.

The emperor says just about the following, when he understands the meaning
of the sign:

1.The unity between Sword and man, makes the master capeable of using
as a weapon, even a straw of grass.

2. When the sword is in the heart, then it is not needed in the hand,
and then one is able to strike ones enemy even at a distance of a hundred

3. The highest aim of the master of the sword is to
neither have the sword in the hand or in the heart.
When this happens the master of the sword has create peace with the world.
He hold it sacred not to kill, but aims at creating peace to the world.

The movie is excellent in the sense, that it relates calligraphy with the
art of
the sword.
- - - Words are like swords. Please remember that. - - -
So when any write an email at this place, or just an email, they aught to
remember it.
My own self included.

Peace be with you all.

M. Sufilight with peace and love...

----- Original Message -----
From: "carlosaveline cardoso aveline" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 6:23 PM
Subject: Theos-World USA: Keeping Away From Hatred

> ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
> Looking at the U.S.A. With Respect:
> Carlos Cardoso Aveline
> ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
> Dear friends,
> Before we all get too enthusiastic about criticizing the USA, we should
> consider that worldwide organized hatred uses to have at least two poles.
> Since the end of the Cold War, a new polarization of international and
> inter-cultural hostilities opposes Western culture and Muslim world.
> I do not want to deny here any of the Western mistakes. I acknowledge
> that
> they are very clearly described in a text which many consider of great
> importance, signed by "A Turkish Effendi" and published by H. P.
> Blavatsky
> in "The Theosophist", March 1880. (1)
> Yet another text, even more important and by H.P.B. herself, shows the
> other side of the difficult equation between the Islam and Western
> nations.
> H.P.B. wrote about some secret societies created in the Peshawar region,
> where now Mr. Osama Bin Laden and the taliban have their strongholds in
> Afghanistan, a region which includes the border region with Pakistan.
> The article is about Mr. Abdul Ghafur (1794-1877), the ruler of a
> tribe
> in Swat, in Peshawar, now part of Pakistan. A few months after the
> death
> of Mr. Ghafur, H.P.B. wrote:
> "If there be truth in the Eastern doctrine that souls, powerful whether
> for good or bad, who had not time in one existence to work out their
> plans,
> are reincarnated, the fierceness of their yearnings to continue on earth
> thrusting them back into the current of their attractions, then Ghafur
> was
> a re-birth of that Felice Peretti, who is is known in history as Pope
> Sixtus
> V, of crafty and odious memory." (2)
> Felice Peretti was Pope Sixtus V in Rome from 1585 through 1590. In his
> "Philosophical Dictionary" (3), Voltaire describes Sixtus V as the most
> arrogant, cruel and despotic of kings.
> As t o HPB, she compares the Pope Sixtus V to the Akhund of Swat:
> "Both were born in the lowest class of society, being ignorant peasant
> boys
> and beginning life as herdsmen. Both reached the apex of power through
> craft and stealth and by imposing upon the superstition of the masses.
> Sixtus, author of mystical books and himself a practitioner of the
> forbidden sciences to satisfy his lust for power and ensure impunity,
> became
> Inquisitor-General. Made Pope, he hurled his anathemas alike against
> Elizabeth of England, the King of Navarre, and other important personages.
> Abdul Ghafur, endowed with an iron will, had educated himself without
> colleges or professors (...). He was well versed in the Arabic and Persian
> literature of alchemy and astrology, as Sixtus was in Aristotle, and like
> him knew how to fabricate mesmerized talismans and amulets (....) . Each
> held millions of devotees under the subjection of their psychological
> influence, though both were more dreaded than beloved." (4)
> About the Ghafur, the Old Lady writes that in spite the secrecy and
> mystery
> he imposed about his life, "the one certain thing is, that he was the
> founder and chief of nearly every secret society worth speaking of among
> Mussulmans, and the dominant spirit in the rest."
> She adds that he used false antagonisms, stimulating hatred in both sides
> of
> political or social disputes.
> This is important for us to understand what may be going on now, behind
> the
> surface, in the politics of hatred between the Western world and the
> Islam.
> The very fact that this intensely hating "Soul" was born once in the West
> and made the Christian Pope; and then was born in a Eastern country to
> be
> a top Islamic religious leader, shows that the "disciples of hatred", so
> to
> say, search for contrast and use antagonisms for their own purposes,
> though
> usually they disguise their hatred under sweet and religious forms.
> Now, if you study the Letter 120 (Chronological Edition) -- which is
> Letter 85 in the other editions of the "Mahatma Letters" -- you will see
> that H.P.B.'s Masters wanted the theosophical movement to be open to
> contrasts while keeping peace in the mind and heart. They wanted the
> movement not to repress or deny its own paradoxes and contradictions,
> because this is the way to get rid of occult hatred and psychological
> violence of all kinds. Looking directly at contrasts with calm and then
> going beyond them: this is one of the ways for the thesosophical movement
> to
> help purify and recover human mind as a whole.
> As to the strategical aspect of the presence of Abdul Ghafur (an
> ex-Pope)
> , precisely in the Peshawar region, it may well be related to the occult
> importance of that place.
> It is in that region that the sacred Fourth Race Bamian statues,
> commented
> by H.P. Blavatsky in "The Secret Doctrine" (5) , were destroyed between
> March 2 and March 11, 2001, by the Taliban/Al Qaeda "mystical"
> terrorists.
> The Bamian Statues are connected to the complex systems of caves once used
> by Buddhist Arhats and Ascetics, and now probably used (in that region) by
> some of the taliban and Al Qaeda members. (A perfect hiding place, by the
> way.)
> The destruction of the Statues concluded in March 11, 2001, and
> astrologically March 11 and September 11 make a direct opposition.
> From the occult point of view, the destruction of the "Twin Towers" in
> New
> York in September 11, 2001, may have concluded a "twin operation" with
> the
> March 11 destruction of the Buddhist Statues in Bamian, Afghanistan.
> As you know, in New York the theosophical movement was founded, and in
> New
> York the United Nations (the outer seed of a future brotherhood of
> nations)
> is based. The city is a symbol of the Western world.
> As to the March 11 and September 11 opposition, we may also take into
> consideration that the Madrid train bombings happened precisely in March
> 11,
> 2004 (causing some 200 deaths).
> These are but a few hints.
> There is much to investigate about this, but my main point now is that we
> should keep away from any intense hatred against the Islam, or against
> Western Society (USA or Europe), or against anything at all.
> The Masters of the Wisdom and the Esoteric Philosophy seem to stimulate
> universal understanding and unconditional respect, without denying human
> failures, contrast and contradictions, whose repression only creates
> hatred.
> Western democracies in general may be facing difficult moments, now. Yet
> democracy, or the art of perceiving and managing unity and diversity as a
> simultaneous process, is still the great lesson we have to learn, both
> inside and outside the theosophical movement.
> One of the Mahatmas wrote in the famous Letter 120 (Chronological
> Edition):
> "... discord is the harmony of the Universe".
> And Alexander Pope, the English poet of the 18th century, had already
> thus
> explained that aphorism of esoteric wisdom:
> "All Nature is but art, unknown to thee
> All chance, direction, which thout canst not see;
> All discord, harmony not understood;
> All partial evil, universal good;
> And, spite of pride, in erring reason's spite,
> One truth is clear, Whatever is, is right." (6)
> So be it. Om, Shanti.
> Peace to all beings, Carlos Cardoso Aveline.
> O o o O o o O o o O o o O o o O
> (1) See pp. 152-156. The title is "A Turkish Effendi on Christendom and
> Islam".
> (2) See the article "The Akhund of Swat", in the "H.P.B. Collected
> Writings", TPH, Volume I, p. 369.
> (3) Chapter 21, entitled "Character".
> (4) "The Akhund of Swat", in the "H.P.B. Collected Writings", TPH, Volume
> I,
> pp. 369-370.
> (5)"The Secret Doctrine", Vol II, pp. 337- 341.
> (6) Alexander Pope, "Essay on Man and Other Poems", Dover Publications,
> New
> York, 1994, 99 pp., see pp. 52-53.
> O o o O o o O o o O o o O o o O
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