Middle East and Humanity Now
Apr 08, 2006 09:22 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline
I cannot disagree with anything you wrote below.
I believe present-day theosophical movement is pretty much about repeating
the same ideas (which are eternally valid) -- and it is scarcely able to
relate those grand ideas to actual situations, both in individual lives and
As we hardly look at our own movement with the clear goal to improve it, we
also avoid looking at the challenges which face humanity now. Ethical,
The Middle East crisis is at the crux of human karma now. It should be part
of our job to understand it.
Therefore I invite you to expand your views about that, please.
I hold that HPB/Masters' teachings on centralized, intolerant religions is
of key importance for going ahead in terms of theosophical movement and for
human development. But this hypothesis of mine cannot be tested, and duly
investigated, if we do not look at actual facts taking place right now.
Some 80 persons were killed in Irak as they went out of a religious ceremony
yesterday, Friday, April 7th. Shia Moslems mass-murdered by Suny Moslems
In Palestine, Palestinians fight Palestinians.
The circle of hatred seems to expand -- and everything which expands will
later retreat, as Philosophical Taoism rightfully explains.
The first sign of retreat may be this recent phenomena: the growing violence
among Moslems; ripening karma leads violence back to its cause.
The old trick of authoritarian Arab regimes using hatred against an
external enemy (Western society as a whole) to avoid the domestic
consequences of their own utter corruption --- is ceasing to work.
The same can be said, in part, of the industrial-military complex in the USA
and the policy of Mr. G. W. Bush. USA's democracy is very good, but I
cannot say the same of the military-industrial interests in the USA, which
have a tendency to fabricate military enemies in order to keep and enhance
their profits. North American people is just about to awaken to new levels
of vigilance about that.
So, Sufilight and friends, tell us more about Middle East. We should be able
to exchange our different views about that caleidoscopal mystery -- a
mystery which hides a promise of peace.
From: "M. Sufilight" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Theos-World RE: Pseudo-theosophy and the Sufis
Date: Sat, 8 Apr 2006 11:43:22 +0200
My views are:
This is a short answer to your question:
I hold it to be true, that most theosophical teachings, which are used by
and organisations are targetting a western audience or westernized
audience - and certainly not a Middle Eastern one. This is - today - in our
present informations society not an expression of compassion or altruism. I
find it to be an expression of westernized narrowmindedness.
Today we have the western massmedias overwhelmingly influence on
communication around the globe. The western massmedias are with their news
flashes and the like creating a distorted image of the Middle East. And
have succeed in fooling many beginner Theosophists and even Theosophical
teachers on what the Middle East is.
M. Sufilight with peace and love...
----- Original Message -----
From: "carlosaveline cardoso aveline" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, April 07, 2006 12:28 AM
Subject: Theos-World RE: Pseudo-theosophy and the Sufis
> 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" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Subject: Theos-World On Pseudo-theosophy, Jesuits and the Sufis of the
>>Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2006 17:49:49 +0200
>>My views are:
>>I hold it to be true, that theosophical teachings, which are not adapted
>>time place and people
>>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
>>I am protesting against the cultural bias, towards the Middle East,
>>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
>>M. Sufilight with peace and love...
>>[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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