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Cranston and Hitler

Mar 28, 2006 09:39 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline


I fully agree with you.

Indeed, the book "HPB", by Sylvia Cranston, is a great source of inspiration.

By the way, this same book informs that all institutions and groups related to Theosophy

were closed by the Nazi "authorities" in Hitler's Germany.

"Theos-talk" could not occur in Hitler's Germany. No Adyar TS, no Pasadena TS,

no ULT, no ETS, no "Fohat", no liberty of thought whatsoever, only the official propaganda.

Those who have never lived under a dictatorship which kills its opponents may have a difficulty to

respect our imperfect democracies-- but they should think better.

Regards, Carlos.

From: "Hauw" <>
Subject: Theos-World Re: How to help humanity...and altruism...
Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 03:58:03 -0000

Hi Sufi and all,

In addition to what you wrote, I would like to share with everyone
what I read in "The Extraordinary Life & Influence of Helena
Blavatsky" by Silvia Cranston. In it, HPB is said to have written a
letter in 1888 that includes the following:

"....We are the friends of all those who fight against drunkenness,
against cruelty to animals, against injustice to women ....."

So I'm somewhat puzzled by some earlier posts in this list that mock
vegetarianism and animal-rights. Anyone care to comment?

New student of Theosophy.

--- In, "M. Sufilight" <global-
theosophy@...> wrote:
> Hallo all,
> My views are:
> Blavatsky might have something to say, which many so-called
> completely forget.
> Let us help humanity!
> Blvatsky said:
> "How then can it be thought possible for a man to enter the


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