The Mahatmas and the Liberal Catholic church.
Feb 16, 2008 04:44 AM
I will ask you another question in the hope you
might graciously choose to reply.
You write, "But the LCC might be a very good tool
in taking that step from Christianity to Theosophy.
The Mahatmas make their plans in terms of hundred
of years, so we don't know what could the future
role of the LCC be."
With respect, are you familiar with the
misrepresentations and contradictions between the
Leadbeaterian theosophy used by the Liberal
Catholic church and the Theosophy of the Mahatmas
you genuinely seem to support?
Whilst anything is possible, your speculation
needs to be compared with a statement from the
"I will point out the greatest, the chief cause
of nearly two-thirds of the evils that pursue
humanity ever since that cause became a power.
It is religion under whatever form and in whatever
nation. It is the sacerdotal caste, the priesthood
and the churches. It is in those illusions that
man looks upon as sacred, that he has to search
out the source of that multitude of evils which
is the great curse of humanity and that almost
overwhelms mankind. Ignorance created Gods and
cunning took advantage of the opportunity."
L 88 Mahatma Letters to A P Sinnett; chronology
of George Linton and Virginia Hanson
What do you think?
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