Re: Theos-World Martian higher planes
Jun 30, 2008 12:38 PM
If all life is One, as states the primary foudation of Theosophy, or
the Ancient Wisdom, then all is connected to all. Humanity may not be
a word that only applies to men and women, human beings as known in
this cycle, but that rather applies to all forms of life, including
those we don't usually think of as "alive." We know that the
evolution of humanity proceeds through all kingdoms of Nature, from
mineral to vegetable to animal etc. All creation, all manifestation,
all of the Universe(s) can be described as a geometrical hierarchy.
Humanity is one word to describe this hierarchy. Evolution is a
progress through levels of consciousness, proceeding from
separateness to unity, from ignorance to knowledge of identity with
the Absolute, to put it rather simply. Do you disagree? Or see it
some other way?
On 30 Jun 2008 at 14:18, Konstantin Zaitzev wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "adelasie" <adelasie@...> wrote:
> > Is not everything in the Universe a part if humanity's evolution?
> > Adelasie
> I think, not. Only religions emphasize man as something important in
> the universe and what the Earth and universe were created for.
> Nevertheless many non-human forms of life participate in human
> evolution, forming a kind of symbiosis, like elementary kingdoms,
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