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Liberal Catholic's vs H. P. Blavatsky's Jesuits

Jun 26, 2008 10:00 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

To all readers

My views are:

Maybe the readers will find the following about Liberal Catholic Church useful:

Try to compare the above with...

"Did Jesus Live 100 B.C.?"

"Theosophy or Jesuitism?" by H. P. Blavatsky

And H. P. Blavatsky writes the following:

    "The legend of which I speak is founded, as I have demonstrated over and over again in my writings and my notes, on the existence of a personage called Jehoshua (from which Jesus has been made) born at Lüd or Lydda about 120 years before the modern era. And if this fact is denied-to which I can hardly object-one must resign oneself to regard the hero of the drama of Calvary as a myth pure and simple. As a matter of fact, in spite of all the desperate research made during long centuries, if we set aside the testimony of the "Evangelists," i.e., unknown men whose identity has never been established, and that of the Fathers of the Church, interested fanatics, neither history, nor profane tradition, neither official documents, nor the contemporaries of the soi-disant drama, are able to provide one single serious proof of the historical and real existence, not only of the Man-God but even of him called Jesus of Nazareth, from the year 1 to the year 33. All is darkness and silence." (H. P. Blavatsly's Collected Writings, vol. 9, p. 225-6)

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I do not agree upon the views The Liberal Catholic Churches have today.
Of The Liberal Catholic Churches of today none of them follow the views by H. P. Blavatsky.
And almost none the views given by C. W. Leadbeater. And maybe we aught to be thankful for that. 

So why such personality like C. W. Leadbeater used a great part of his time with that Christian Church have to remain open. One think I know is: We will know them on their fruits.

M. Sufilight

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