M Sufilight- Concerning the inevitable immortality of the entire human species
Mar 22, 2006 07:58 PM
Thanks much for the links. This can begin to give me a little
better idea of what's being said.
Now just some food for thought. My stance is agnostic, meaning that
I do not believe that a cosmological supergod (omniscient,
omnipotent, omnipresent) can be known. Rather, the Old Testament
Jews believed in a pluralized 'Elohim', interacting only with finite
angels. The God of the Old Testament is solely represented through
the medium of finite angels and mortal prophets, but there is no
cosmological supergod (omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent) which
directly appears anywhere in the Old Testament. It is my personal
experience that fundamentalist Christians have merely misrepresented
the God of the Old Testament in this sense.
Nonetheless, I fully believe that all human beings have the
potential to achieve physical immortality, and that it is inevitable
that the entire human species will overcome death itself at the
completion of it's current evolutionary cycle.
What does Blavatsky have to say of these things, in the context of
--- In email@example.com, "M. Sufilight" <global-
> Hallo Vince and all,
> My views are:
> There are the Seekers questions about spiritual or esoterical
> These question are in fact not always easily answered.
> One reason being that Truth as such about such matters have to be
experienced on a higher level
> rather than digested by ordinary intellect or by emotional
> It from time to time happens, that the Seeker somehow finds
himself or herself to WANT to
> know about something.
> And another issue is what the Seeker actually esoterically NEED to
> Sometimes there is a big difference there.
> Ignorance about what one actually Needs to know about
> when viewed from an high spiritual or esoterical level is
> a problem the Seekers often faces.
> Questions which for instance request, that one answers by giving
more than 64.000
> examples of the faults in the Bible - are perhaps not that
> And yet it might be so.
> Now, if I was a master, I could most certainly create a rather
huge email or a number of emails
> showing the more than 64.000 faults in the Bible. The question is
> i would do that, if there was a different and more important
> need to attend to.
> Some of the faults have been written about by Blavatsky herself.
> I have personally never read a book showing all the faults.
> It is also important, that The Liberal Catholic Church (LCC) or TS
Adyar have never created
> an official scripture showing that. They completely seem to ignore
this important fact.
> One shall know people on their fruits. But, perhaps the famous
author Dan Brown is
> planning a book on this, who knows. :-)
> Actually such a book could be a devastating blow to the most
narrowminded of the Catholic's
> and other similar creeds. Truth has always been a difficult task
> Church of Rome it seems.
> If you really think that you NEED to know about all these faults.
> You could search the Internet, or elsewhere.
> Perhaps Dallas or others connected to Blavatskt.net have more to
> offer you on this than I am at the moment.
> If I only had 1-2.000 faults to write down.
> I would publish a book about it - or perhaps offer the script to
> Just to see, what would happen. :-)
> I think, that some of the scholars with a theosophical or
> could easily find 1-2.000 faults.
> Here is one of the more wellknown faults.
> Try this:
> The Secret Doctrine, Vol. 3.
> http://www.theosophical.ca/SecDoctrine3B.htm ( Page 199)
> Not everyone accept this volumes content though.
> Try original THE SECRET DOCTRINE on more information:
> (This is the Original online version. Although it is Without the
> - - - - - - -
> A Greek Orthodox, and Evangelical, and a Jesuit are doing an
archeological dig in Jerusalem. They come across a Tomb that says,
in Latin, Greek, and Hebrew, "Here lies Jesus of Nazareth, who
claimed he was King of the Jews, and was executed at Passover under
> Excited by the find, they open the tomb, only to be horrified to
find a crucified body.
> "Oh my goodness," says the Orthodox. "The Church and all the good
it does is based on a false event."
> "Oh my goodness," says the Evangelical. "The Bible, which has
guided by entire life, is nothing but a lie."
> "Oh my goodness," says the Jesuit. "There really was a Jesus."
> M. Sufilight with peace and love...
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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