Re: Theos-World THE DOUBLE FACE
Aug 01, 2006 01:43 PM
by Bill Meredith
I see this as the crux of the issue. KPJ is not a Movementist. Neither
am I. In later years, Johnson, who was an earnest student of theosophy
finally refused to even classify himself as a theosophist in an effort
to free himself from the inflexible mindset of Movementology.
What Carlos asks below is only a valid question for Movementists "INSIDE
the movement". Johnson's books, Algeo's books, Caldwell books, and a
host of others including all the Movement books are easily assimilated
into theosophy -- the broader universal theosophy that harmonizes all
the ripples in the undercurrent of the one life as easily as rain falls
from the heavens. But, these books, and apparently these people, are
not so easily assimilated into the Movement, because the Movement is a
19th century phenomenon whose members apparently hold it in higher
regard than they do the perennial wisdom itself.
K. Paul Johnson writes in Daniel Caldwell's website (see Daniel's
"When HPB writes about Master M in a letter or an article, her
reference is actually to a composite character she created."
Yes. But who opened room INSIDE the movement for such obviously
erroneous views , except John Algeo and Daniel Caldwell himself?
This is the double-face policy.
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Assunto:Theos-World "I view M. as a composite character...."
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