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Re: Theos-World Re: Topics of Interest

Sep 21, 2008 00:29 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

We normally do not moderate anything here. It is extremely seldom.
Just ask Eldon Tucker.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Eric S. Dye 
  Sent: Sunday, September 21, 2008 6:58 AM
  Subject: Theos-World Re: Topics of Interest

  Dear Theos Members,

  Recently I wrote a post regarding my thoughts on the list and the topics at 
  hand..........i.e. Leadbeater and Blavatsky. I was hoping that the discussion 
  would talk about the positive aspects of Theosophy. This person mkr777 was
  very kind in addressing my post. Are you the moderator mkr? I do not know if
  all posts are moderated or not. I also have a list but by acclamation, I 
  decided not to moderate it as long as everyone was civil. I have only had 
  to ask one person to step out of the list....thank God.

  I know that this is a Theosophy list but wondered if the books of Alice Bailey
  could be considered a topic. I have 18 of her 24 books which I have been 
  reading since 1974 and I believe they are more to the point than Blavatsky.

  It seems that many of the people associated with Theosophy have some nuance
  that is controversial at times. Bailey worked with Blavatsky for a time and 
  then went elsewhere to continue her works with the Tibetans. I like Bailey 
  because her works more closely echo mine. And I studied with the Arcane 
  school for several years. That group centered itself on meditation and 
  brotherhood, which I really love. 

  Ok, well I have said my 2 cents worth here. Hope to hear some responses. Thank
  you mkr for your response. I appreciate it.

  Eric and

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