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Re: Theos-World The Theosophical Society versus the Theosophical Cause???

Oct 09, 2008 09:30 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

There a wolves in sheeps clothes calling themselves Theosophists.
There are half-christians /  half-theosophists etc. etc.

I would agree upon calling the above types pseudo-theosophists.
Yet, an honest search for truth has nothing to do with being a pseudo-theosophist.

M. Sufilight

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  Sent: Thursday, October 09, 2008 6:25 AM
  Subject: Re: Theos-World The Theosophical Society versus the Theosophical Cause???

  There is no such thing as a psuedo-theosophist. Theosophy is, in a very 
  real sense, open ended as the search for truth and meaning can have no one 
  defined course.

  Chuck the heretic

  In a message dated 10/8/2008 6:58:21 P.M. Central Daylight Time, writes:

  As far as I am concerned Adyar can sink as deep as Atlantis did - it's 
  website is a selling conduit - I would hate to see the American societies close as 
  they keep HPB's cause alive by providing free online access to her works. 
  What they have to decide is whether or not to be purists or psuedo theosophists


  ----- Original Message ----
  From: danielhcaldwell <_danielhcaldwell@danielhca_ 
  ( >
  To: _theos-talk@yahoogrotheos-t_ ( 
  Sent: Wednesday, 8 October, 2008 3:03:51 AM
  Subject: Theos-World The Theosophical Society versus the Theosophical 

  In August, 1889, H.P. Blavatsky wrote:

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  ...It is pure nonsense to say that "H.P.B. . . . is loyal to the
  Theosophical Society and to Adyar"(!?). H.P.B. is loyal to death to
  the Theosophical CAUSE, and those great Teachers [the Mahatmas] whose 
  philosophy can alone bind the whole of Humanity into one Brotherhood. 
  Together with Col. Olcott, she is the chief Founder and Builder of 
  the Society which was and is meant to represent that CAUSE; and if 
  she is so loyal to H. S. Olcott, it is not at all because of his being
  its "President," but, firstly, because there is no man living who has
  worked harder for that Society, or been more devoted to it than the
  Colonel, and, secondly, because she regards him as a loyal friend and
  co-worker. Therefore the degree of her sympathies with
  the "Theosophical Society and Adyar" depends upon the degree of the
  loyalty of that Society to the CAUSE. Let it break away from the
  original lines and show disloyalty in its policy to the CAUSE and the
  original programme of the Society, and H.P.B., calling the T. S.
  disloyal, will shake it off like dust from her feet.

  And what does "loyalty to Adyar" mean, in the name of all
  wonders? What is Adyar, apart from that CAUSE and the two (not one
  Founder, if you please) who represent it? Why not loyal to the
  compound or the bath-room of Adyar? Adyar is the present Headquarters
  of the Society, because these "Headquarters are wherever the
  President is," as stated in the rules. To be logical, the Fellows of
  the T. S. had to be loyal to Japan while Col. Olcott was there, and
  to London during his presence here. There is no longer a "Parent
  Society"; it is abolished and replaced by an aggregate body of
  Theosophical Societies, all autonomous, as are the States of America,
  and all under one Head President, who, together with H. P. Blavatsky,
  will champion the CAUSE against the whole world. Such is the real
  state of things....
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  _http://theosophytru_ (http://theosophytru/) 
  hpb/PuzzleFromAd yar.htm

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