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Heretic and His Dangerous Ideas

Mar 18, 2006 07:07 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline


Sorry -- Theosophy is not just words, and it says so. More. Theosophy is beyond words. Beyond the dead letter, it dwels in the living spirit.

Theosophy is very much about Ethics.

And this has been so from the days of Amonius Saccas in Alexandria -- don't you remember??

Neoplatonism, neopythagorism, philosophy as love for wisdom, altruistic love going beyond

True heretics know all about that. By now I am not sure you are a true heretic.

What's you I.P., anyway?


Subject: Re: Theos-World Re: RE: 1906 Controversy Sources
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 11:05:47 EST

In a message dated 3/17/2006 8:40:12 AM Central Standard Time, writes:

Now, when people say that Theosophy is just words, so that the Ethics of
Theosophists is of no importance, this is absolutely not true.

No, it is absolutely true.

There is no holy writ in Theosophy. Everything is open to debate and
question and interpretation so one may be a Theosophist and still reject the ethics
of everyone else. The two really do not go hand in hand no matter what
Blavatsky said. This isn't the 19th century any more. We do not mix things they
way they did.

Chuck the Heretic

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