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Re: Theos-World Geoffrey Hodson on Krishnamurti's Maitreya claim

Jun 02, 2008 04:46 AM
by Cass Silva

My personal belief is that Krishnamurti was "schooled" by Besant/leadbeater into believeing that this was his 'role' in life.  When he reached maturity, he chose, not to dream others dreams for him.  Wasn't Jesus, as a Master, warned that the time was not yet right?  Perhaps he should have listened, look what happened.

--- On Mon, 6/2/08, Antonio/Tony None <> wrote:

From: Antonio/Tony None <>
Subject: Re: Theos-World Geoffrey Hodson on Krishnamurti's Maitreya claim
Date: Monday, June 2, 2008, 5:12 AM

Hi just our of interest this overshadowing that takes place, does the man invite the energy or does the energy choose the man? Just curious.

Morten Nymann Olesen <global-theosophy@ stofanet. dk> wrote: To all readers

My views are:

In the following we learn that Geoffrey Hodson claimed that J. Krishnamurti stated - SEVERAL TIMES - that he was the Maitreya - World Teacher. What more do you want?

"As I have elsewhere written, I attended several of the Star Camps in Holland and
was present when there was evidence of remarkable, if brief, supernormal
manifestations. On more than one occasion some two thousand people from many
parts of the world were gathered at Ommen to hear Krishnamurti. Each evening, all
were seated in concentric circles round a large camp fire. Krishnamurti would arrive,
take his place for a time, and then rise and apply a torch to the camp fire. As the
flames arose against the evening sky he would chant a mantram to the god Agni, and
return to his seat. Thereafter he would begin to speak, and on more than one occasion
a noticeable change took place in him. His voice altered and his hitherto rather
iconoclastic utterances gave way to a wonderful tenderness of expression and thought
which induced in those present an elevation of consciousness. The Talks were
followed by prolonged meditative silences. Many of those present, myself among
them, bore testimony to the sense of divine peace which had descended, to a
realization of the Presence of the Lord, and to an assurance that the prophecy had
begun to be fulfilled.
These phenomena occurred during some few successive years, the events being so
marked that Krishnamurti himself thereafter changed the Objects of the Order of the
Star in the East from, in effect, "To prepare for the coming of the Lord" to "To serve
the World Teacher now that He is in our midst." I, myself, more than once heard
Krishnamurti affirm that the great Teacher was now here and that the "Coming" had
actually occurred. Even now when he is speaking, with others I discern a spiritual
influence emanating from him, as if a great Being were still using him as a vehicle.
This, however, does not constitute a complete fulfillment of the original prophecy. "
www.theosophical. org/resources/ articles/ AppreciationofCW L.pdf (written around 1965)M. Sufilight

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