Morten and the misleading notion, "Theosophy is KING."
Mar 09, 2006 01:28 PM
by Bill Meredith
Avoid the Theosophists:
Scholars never have followed Theosophists, though they have frequently
or excelled Theosophists in divine wisdom.
Scholars can do this because they do not regard Theosophy as an end
as something useful: with the advantages and limitations corresponding to
Theosophists, quite often, do not show signs of understanding that there is
theosophy, and therefore they are incapacitated -- while they remain at
this stage -- from
being able to have a higher objective. One must always have an aspiration
than one's actual status in order to rise, even in an existing field.
Such Theosophists, because they cannot move beyond their conception of
driven to believe and to practice two things:
1. They tend to make themselves believe that theosophy is of. the
highest nature among things and that Theosophists are a high, even special,
product with some kind of property-interest in truth or even a peculiar,
perhaps unique, capacity to perceive it. The historical records of Theosophists
in this respect, not to mention their individual experiences in being
refuted by events, do not daunt them.
2. Because they know inwardly that this posture of theirs is not
true, those of them in the appropriate field are compelled to resort to the
study of the work, of their opponents (the Scholars ). This is why
Theosophists study the works of Scholars, but Scholars do not have to
study the works of Theosophists, as one Scholar has cogently remarked.
So it is certainly NOT important to the scholarly Seeker after Truth to
adopt such ideas like "Theosophy is KING"!
I do hope the readers can agree upon this.
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