Re: Theos-World The Mahatmas and the Liberal Catholic church.
Feb 17, 2008 04:58 PM
Still the fundamental question of reconciliation of the First Object and all
male Bishops/Popes/Priests is something that is not reconcilable.
My humble 0.02
On 2/16/08, Jokela Petri <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Have you ever been in any of the LCC´s masses after all?
> Or are you just pondering over this intellectually - comparing words of
> to someone else´s ords? Should we study letters of Mahatamas after all
> as they were mostly
> confidential letters to A.P. Sinnett? At least we should not make
> Mahatma letters
> to be accurate dogma. Mahatma himself was not perfect all the time when
> writing them.
> Also KH said that adept its the one who does have all his occult powers
> in use,
> so therefore he is fallible in other times and that they cannot keep up
> their occult
> powers in work all the time just like atlethic cannot train his muscles
> all the time.
> I belive LCC brings good esoteric views to christian religion.
> And after all it supports all religions, but mostly so called
> wisdom-religion, theosophy. Maha-Cohan has also said in one of his talks
> that theosophy will be a corner-stone for all the religions. So I belive
> it is a some
> kind of a key to every religion, to their esoteric side and to open
> for all world religions.
> All works for free in LCC. Priesthood and so on are mainly in a position
> where one must take some responsibility of some duties. Reading Bible or
> lines which they go through in mass should be pretty enlightening for
> one who studies things open heartedly.
> So if there is a place in the world for all the churches we have, so
> isn´t there a room for LCC, which is must closer to truth. Acttually
> they ask everyone to find the truth by themselves. So, LCC is a place
> where people are seeking the truth. What´s wrong with it?
> Sorry for taking apart for your conversation.
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