Re Savages, Jesuits, ULT, Lokas & Talas
Jan 22, 2007 05:13 AM
by Mark Jaqua
Re: Savages, Jesuits, ULT, Lokas & Talas
On Cass's comment on "savagery is
of the mind" - That's what GdeP says
somewhere. He says the "lowest" or
coarsest principle is the lower manas,
and the most potentially evil one - so
preachers on morality should aim at
mind-sins, selfishness, et. al. as
much as "bodily" stuff. There's a
lot of crack-heads around far less
"evil" in a real sense than a whole
host of "respectable" types who are
really only out for their own pocket-books
and personal power.
Jesuits: I was just reading part
of "Theosophy or Jesuitism?" in BCW 9,
p. 291-. 'Pretty scary! Lots of
cult-types think that way likely, and
not just jesuits. She quotes from
their own works. They held it was
OK to murder, etc. "for the sake of
I wonder if Leon has ever looked
at the theosophical teachings on
"Lokas and Talas" - which is a way to
split up the planes into positive
and negative parts - and if it fits
in with his "ABC Theory" - I don't
understand either. Under "Loka" in
"Encyclopedic Theosophical Glossary,"
and "Collation of Theosophical Glossaries"
there is a bunch, also in GdeP's
"Fundamentals" and one of his 12
"Esoteric Teachings" books put out by Pt. Loma.
Heres a quote from Crosbie when he
was in the Tingley Group (April, 1900,
p. 50, "Universal Brotherhood" mag):
".... It is almost needless to say
that this most desirable consummation
was made possible only through the
continued encouragement, the loving
care and guidance, and the wisdom of
our beloved Leader [[K. Tingley]]."
He was talking about his work at
his Boston group and ashram. Early
Point Loma people tended to be somewhat
gushy, but Crosbie seemed as demonstrative
as any. Which reaction to is maybe
the reason for the "impersonality doctrine"
at his ULT. Crosbie founded United
Lodge of Theosophists - which put out
a lot of good literature - which later
became a "cult" - which later became - a
..... _BANK_ with lots of other people's money.
- jake j.
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