Re: Theos-World Alice Bailey/Lucis Trust
Sep 03, 2007 07:48 AM
Sorry, but I see through your obfuscation of my important question by your usual defence of Communism but now are equating my question as akin to the Christian fundamentalists. I am beginning to think if you pounce on me then I'm on the right track. ;)
If anyone will study AAB's works you will see a gradual shift toward a focus upon a group of "New World Servers," which sounds good as far as that goes but in the end you see it becomes part and parcel with the UN and the like and then you realize all this is funded by something called "the Lucis Trust." I catch the taint of subversion here; when did Lucis come into AAB's writings and turn the whole of her work into being a tool of the NWO? I am rereading her books now and they--the early ones--are truly highly esoteric and Theosophic. Did a shift take place within her? was she taken over by another "Master"?
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From: Konstantin Zaitzev
Sent: Monday, September 03, 2007 4:17 AM
Subject: Re: Theos-World Alice Bailey/Lucis Trust
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> Trust' part has always bothered me because AAB's later books seemed
> to be too much enamored of the United Nations and the New World
> Order. I consider those organizations to be, while high-sounding,
> nevertheless mere fronts for global totalitarianism, or
> Socialism/Communism. That does not seem to me to be the goal of
> esotericism or Theosophy. So I have often wondered at the
> dichotomy, or have I missed something?
Of course you have missed. Bailey in one of her books condemns
communist regime of USSR and predicts its end. Though she regarded
German nazism and Jewish zionizm more dangerous, as nation and
separation-oriented, while the communist evil she branded as a
Her "new world order" is rather akin to that globalization which now
antiglobalists fight against than with communism.
You may read much critics on Christian fundamentalist sites where
Bailey and newage movement are identified with new liberal world
By the way, Lucis Trust is not so rich organization as some think.
They have not enough money even to preserve their library and prevent
paper decay by gas processing.
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