agnostics, Re: Hi there, I'm new.
Jan 10, 2007 02:17 AM
by Konstantin Zaitzev
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, leonmaurer@... wrote:
> which is not the view of a true theosophist who flatly denies the
> possibility of the existence of such an extra spatial God --
> studied theosophists cannot be "agnostic" but are fully convinced
Those theosophists who "flatly deny" and are "fully convinced" are
somewhat dogmatic theosophists (and they exist, no doubt).
But there are also others who admit the possibility of existence of
the planes higher than the plane on which human mind operates, and
consequently having the laws which cannot be fully cognized by the
human mind as it is. From attempts to put the realities of these
planes into our conceptions come such meaningless expressions
as "causeless cause" or "seven eternities" where "time was not".
Perhaps we could understand them by changing our entire mind and
evelating it on a higher plane, but for current state of mind is more
safe nor to deny neither to accept some statements concerning these
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