RE: Theos-World - Fools rush in
Feb 26, 2008 08:43 AM
by kolad beth
Perhaps it was cultural? Luckily there seemed to be room here in the states for what are sometimes called 'wild theosophists' as many youngish folks from the sixties had opened their minds to
ways of perceiving life other than those taught by their families.
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> From: Mvandertak@yahoo.com
> Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2008 14:20:28 -0800
> Subject: Re: Theos-World - Fools rush in
> Humble me was invited into Theosophy in '75, then
> worked from '76 till '80 as a volunteer in the
> European Headquarters in The Hague; then I was sent
> away with the reason I was too boisterous.
> In fact I had devoted my career to become a printer
> and work for spreading Theosophy ( I was 16 in '75).
> Things worked out the worst and those people from The
> Hague calling themselves my friends had just left me
> alone in my disappointments, I was taken into a
> nuthouse afterwards in 1981 but survived. If it wasn't
> for my real Self I would have become the worst
> adversary of the Theosophical Society after this
> period of my life, but thanks to mySelf I remained
> into the same spirit of Theosphy...
> --- Cass Silva
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