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Re: Theos-World Faked Apollo Moon landing? A 7th doubt

Mar 16, 2008 02:59 PM
by Martin

Jow John, you'r in the real world?

Tell us about it then, shine us a light instead of
shouting at the darkness we found up our arses...
Let me help you a bit...the Islam was founded by the
Roman Catholic church in the 6th century: the U.S. of
Arse should have invaded the Vatican except their is
no oil but the sweet rosy bathing oil of the Pope.
No pun intended to you personally John...:-)

--- wrote:

> Frank,
>    Sorry, but it appears to me that the citation you
> point to are the wrods of Brois and not H.P.B., it
> is only his personal theeosophical opinion as I
> perceive it. Which of course he is perfectly
> entitled to have. However this forum more and more
> reminds of a apck of ostriches with their heads up
> their asses and completely oblivious to the real
> world.
> Regards,
> John
> -------------- Original message -------------- 
> From: "Frank Reitemeyer" <> 
> As a moon landing protestant I state her argument 7
> for consideration of 
> Blavatsky students:
> 7. "While a transfer of human beings from earth to
> moon can hardly be 
> considered as a trip to "another" planet, it
> nevertheless is a very 
> dangerous undertaking, mainly from the standpoint of
> unfamiliar magnetism, 
> altered psycho-physical surrounding, and absence of
> those dynamic forces 
> which form the very life-blood of the globe we live
> on today. It is to be 
> hoped that science will eventually take cognizance
> of these factors."
> - Boris de Zirkoff, in: Theosophia vol. xxv, No. 3
> (117), Winter 1968-1969, 
> pp. 3-4
> ----------------------------------
> Contrast alone can enable us to appreciate things at
> their right value; and 
> unless a judge compares notes and hears both sides
> he can hardly come to a 
> correct decision.... For one man to demand from
> another that he shall 
> believe like himself, whether in a question of
> religion or science is 
> supremely unjust and despotic.... Mental slavery is
> the worst of all 
> slaveries. It is a state which, as brutal force has
> no real power, always 
> denotes either an abject cowardice or a great
> intellectual weakness."
> - Helena P. Blavatsky, The Theosophist, July 1881,
> p. 218; reprinted in: 
> Blavatsky: Collected Writings, Vol. III, p. 225
> JFK warns us about a ruthless conspiracy:
> "For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic
> and ruthless conspiracy 
> that relies primarily on covert means for expanding
> its sphere of 
> influence--on infiltration instead of invasion, on
> subversion instead of 
> elections, on intimidation instead of free choice,
> on guerrillas by night 
> instead of armies by day. It is a system which has
> conscripted vast human 
> and material resources into the building of a
> tightly knit, highly efficient 
> machine that combines military, diplomatic,
> intelligence, economic, 
> scientific and political operations. Its
> preparations are concealed, not 
> published. Its mistakes are buried, not headlined.
> Its dissenters are 
> silenced, not praised. No expenditure is questioned,
> no rumor is printed, no 
> secret is revealed. It conducts the Cold War, in
> short, with a war-time 
> discipline no democracy would ever hope or wish to
> match."
> - President John F. Kennedy, speech at
> Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, 
> April 27, 1961.
> "The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional
> takes a little longer. 
> [The New World Order] cannot happen without U.S.
> participation, as we are 
> the most significant single component. Yes, there
> will be a New World Order, 
> and it will force the United States to change it's
> perceptions."
> - Henry Kissenger, World Affairs Council Press
> Conference, Regent Beverly 
> Wilshire Hotel , April 19th 1994
> Frank 
> [Non-text portions of this message have been
> removed]

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