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RE: Pseudo-theosophy and the Sufis

Apr 06, 2006 03:28 PM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline

Dear Sufilight,

I am not sure I understood you point with regard to the Middle East,
but I totally agree with you on the need to be non-mechanistical in our approach to Theosophy.
(Perhaps you can clarify your point on the Middle East.)

Regards, Carlos.

From: "M. Sufilight" <>
To: <>
Subject: Theos-World On Pseudo-theosophy, Jesuits and the Sufis of the Middle East.
Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2006 17:49:49 +0200

Hallo all,

My views are:

I hold it to be true, that theosophical teachings, which are not adapted to time place and people
are pseudo-theosophical.

Blavatsky always told us, that we should not be clinging to dead-letter teachings like the Christians
and their use of the Bible.

I truely hope, that theosophical literary outlets and websites on theosophy in the future will become much more multiculturally wise. In fact I am protesting against the cultural bias, towards the Middle East, which we so often withnesses in theosophical teachings, circles, organisations and especailly on theosophical websites.
The question is if anyone has compassion enough to understand this protest.

M. Sufilight with peace and love...

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