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Re: Theos-World Re: Jesus

Mar 22, 2006 10:05 PM
by M. Sufilight


Dear Cass and all,

A few views:

Allright.
I know something.
I think the historical facts speaks for themselves.
Someone extraordinary lived near the years Jesus was said to live.
The exact time one only finds by reading the Akasha.

I know Jesus lived, and that Christ was present for a while.
I would certainly like you to know this Cass. It is quite wonderful.
No more info. This should do it.
Anyone may freely read my aura on that. I live in Aarhus Denmark.
(To help the clairvoyants: It is the wierd aura...)

- - -
When Blavatsky questioned whether Jesus lived, I think she
questioned whether the biblical Jesus or the imagined Jesus lived.
Blavatsky's job, was to by writing and talking change outworn thought-patterns
in the Seekers minds. She did that by allegories, design, words and of course also
through the use of extra sensory perception etc...

Was it helpful?


from
M. Sufilight

----- Original Message ----- From: "Cass Silva" <silva_cass@yahoo.com>
To: <theos-talk@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2006 1:45 AM
Subject: Theos-World Re: Jesus


Dear Morten and all
I am confused about Jesus. HPB places Jesus as a historical fact, yet also says, if he in fact existed? A Rosicrucian friend of mind believes that Apollonius of Tyana was the true world teacher, and believes that Jesus, the Carpenter is a fiction of the gnostics.

Cass

"M. Sufilight" <global-theosophy@stofanet.dk> wrote: Hallo Vince and all,

My views are:


There are the Seekers questions about spiritual or esoterical matters.
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 reactions.

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 know about.
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 important.
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 also, whether
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 to the
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 Dan Brown.
Just to see, what would happen. :-)

I think, that some of the scholars with a theosophical or esoterical leaning
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:
http://www.phx-ult-lodge.org/SDVolume2.htm
(This is the Original online version. Although it is Without the Cover.)

- - - - - - -
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 Pontius Pilate".

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."




from
M. Sufilight with peace and love...













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