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Re: Theos-World citating Theosophy

Aug 02, 2007 02:02 PM
by christinaleestemaker

Mark  please read  mess nr41409 and 41410 than you can see before you act

It was not of that kind.
If someone pretents that HPB have written that Pineal gland will be
damaged through several kind of reasons and it is not true;  in the 
first place she did not wrote about that and secondly the reasons are
not right.Than it is necessary to correct the one who is writing that
nonsense.In this case Pable.
Anyone may write whatever he think under his own name and not of
someone else name.
If he citate HPB need to present the part of that saying, at least
mention to be find where SD or Coll writings.
In this case, as you had read all you could see by ourself that
mothing of this is mentioned in the collected writings to that object


--- In, "M K Ramadoss" <mkr777@...> wrote:
> Many times one can mention the substance of the writing rather than
> citation. If such mention is fraudulent, then we can ask the poster
> the original reference can be found. In many cases just googling
will bring
> the original.
> mkr
> On 8/2/07, christinaleestemaker <christinaleestemaker@...> wrote:
> >
> >   Dear All
> >
> > It makes me furious if I see that persons(personalities or superego's)
> > referent to material never published by the one which has been
> > past.And the more worse has been used his or her work in not exactly
> > same way he/she put it.
> > He or she cannot defend his or her statements .
> > And most of people believe that, it has been written through what
> > others pretend to know.
> > If we posture speeches of talks from HPB I shudder the exact reference
> > to what she has written, otherwise it is BLA BLA of one want to be in
> > touch with nonsense, or the worse want to show him like a teacher.
> >
> > Christina
> >
> > 
> >
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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