Re: Theos-World Mahatmic involvement?
Feb 26, 2008 00:20 AM
Very intresting indeed,
a then friend of Bill went on developing network
communication with Macintosh computers- before
microsoft existed they played a game of Scrable, the
word Microsoft came up as well as the word Micromuse,
the company of this guy CJ Dawes (from Perth
Australia). Those names have been registered and the
companies both became multi billion ones.
This friend of Gates became a close friend of mine and
was killed in 1998 by British Intelligence, since he
had quit micromuse, selling his shares, with all the
knowledge of the uk and usa military computer codes.
I owe this guy some good insights in life and I
crashed his Bentley once...
--- nhcareyta <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dear Cass and all
> Cass, thank you for your response and yes it was
> in effect, although I'm sure you know I am not
> suggesting Bill Gates to be a master or the new
> Madame Blavatsky!!!
> From Wikipedia comes the following:
> "1975?1985: Founding:
> Following the launch of the Altair 8800, Bill Gates
> called the creators of the new microcomputer, Micro
> Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems (MITS),
> offering to demonstrate an implementation of the
> BASIC programming language for the system. After
> the demonstration, MITS agreed to distribute Altair
> Gates left Harvard University, moved to Albuquerque,
> New Mexico where MITS was located, and founded
> Microsoft there.
> The MITS Altair 8800 was a microcomputer design from
> 1975, based on the Intel 8080 CPU and sold as a
> mail-order kit through advertisements in Popular
> Electronics, Radio-Electronics and other hobbyist
> magazines. The designers intended to sell only a few
> hundred to hobbyists, and were surprised when they
> sold thousands in the first month. Today the Altair
> is widely recognized as the spark that led to the
> personal computer revolution of the next few years."
> It seems the masters work on different levels or
> and with different vehicles or forms of
> as evidenced in their correspondence with Mr Sinnett
> and Mr Hume.
> The 1970's saw the beginnings of personal computers
> leading to individual access to the internet; the
> release of the Tibetan Kangyur and Tangyur teachings
> on which the Secret Doctrine and Voice of the
> are based; and the Dalai Lama first visited the West
> in Europe.
> A few months earlier we walked on the moon,
> thereby massively expanding humanity's consciousness
> as to our innate potential.
> Each of these are examples to me of potential
> involvement at some level or other.
> We often don't need look too far for inspiration and
> expansion of awareness.
> And perhaps waiting for the next Messiah or teacher
> is missing the opportunities and awakenings of the
> present moment, where all is.
> Kind regards
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Cass Silva
> <silva_cass@...> wrote:
> > IMO you're right Nigel concerning the information
> age, which I
> wasn't thinking of at the time. Wasn't it in 1975
> that Bill Gates
> registered Microsoft.
> > Cass
> > nhcareyta <nhcareyta@...> wrote:
> > Dear Cass
> > Points well made.
> > In addition have we thought much about the dawning
> > of the "information age" with computers and the
> > internet.
> > Was this part of their "effort?"
> > On the jnana path, information leads to knowledge;
> > and knowledge to awakening.
> > And what would be the need for a messiah figure
> > all this information extant, other than to relieve
> > burdensome task of thinking and doing the work for
> > ourselves?
> > Kind regards
> > Nigel
> > --- In email@example.com, Cass Silva
> <silva_cass@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Perhaps the problem is that Theosophists are
> looking for a new
> > Blavatsky. As she said, lesser messengers will
> come with their
> > contribution to spritual wakefullness. I think we
> can see this in
> > the West with the acceptance of eastern
> methodolgies, e.g. yoga,
> > reiki, tai-chi,healers, all practices contribute
> to an overall
> > awareness that we are not just the body!
> > >
> > > Cass
> > >
> > > Morten Nymann Olesen <global-theosophy@> wrote:
> > > To all readers
> > >
> > > My views are:
> > >
> > > There is - one more - quote from HPB about what
> will happen in
> > years after 1975.
> > > I think with an organisation awaiting his
> arrival as HPB puts it
> > the below, - one will have to stop believeing it
> to be the fact,
> > the number of persons involved in this are more
> than a few science
> > intellectuals:
> > >
> > > "...that during the last quarter of every
> hundred years an
> > is made by those "Masters," of whom I have spoken,
> to help on the
> > spiritual progress of Humanity in a marked and
> definite way.
> > the close of each century you will invariably find
> that an
> > or upheaval of spirituality -- or call it
> mysticism if you prefer --
> > has taken place. Some one or more persons have
> appeared in the
> > as their agents, and a greater or less amount of
> occult knowledge
> > teaching has been given out. If you care to do so,
> you can trace
> > these movements back, century by century, as far
> as our detailed
> > historical records extend...If the present
> attempt, in the form of
> > our Society, succeeds better than its predecessors
> have done, then
> > will be in existence as an organized, living and
> healthy body when
> > the time 307 comes for the effort of the XXth
> century. The general
> > condition of men's minds and hearts will have been
> improved and
> > purified by the spread of its teachings,
> > > and, as I have said, their prejudices and
> dogmatic illusions will
> > have been, to some extent at least, removed. Not
> only so, but
> > a large and accessible literature ready to men's
> hands, the next
> > impulse will find a numerous and united body of
> people ready to
> > welcome the new torch-bearer of Truth. He will
> find the minds of
> > prepared for his message, a language ready for him
> in which to
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