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Re: Theos-World TS - Can we learn something from Politicians?

Nov 05, 2008 06:23 AM
by Martin

As I predicted, you got yourself as devil as your president, but that is better than a dead soul.

A devil can be converted, a dead soul is back to the stones. Stones, I
thank my God, can't turn into would be to poisonous for most
people. Speaking about les poisons, we are at the brink of Aquarius,
but not yet, haha.

Also the waterbearer has 2 tins of water, one with the elixer of life
(coca cola), the other poison (pepsi)...which will win the test?

A man doesn't live by bread only, he said...true, water is usefull too ánd space to live!!! 

Hey budy can you spare me a dime, I got to sell my house, for some dickhead has been collapsing the moneysystem, whoehohahahaha.

What next mr. Overlord? Erhmmm the Mahamava(n or no n?)tara said, you
got me there...I will leave this system not yet, but I have great plans
with this earth. 

By all the suns and star galaxies...I replied, the most difficult thing
to master in this Avaitchi is patience...give that woman a deck of
cards! No, the Mahachohan interferred, she will earn them by writing a
couple of books we dictate, and then she can have her scrambled eggs,
but this time WITHOUT meat! And some fags to smoke, I continued?

That will confuse her brain even more, Morya said, while preparing his own pipe, Sinnet sent him.

By Jove, I heard the woman jell, I run out of matches! Give her that
deck of Cards, the Mahamavatara ordered the Mahachohan...Raging with
fire, he delegated the wish of the Overlord to Mrs. K. Hoomi, who was
very frightened when she saw her boss going out of his mind. She on her
turn gave Damodar a piece of paper to be rank xeroxed in a jiffy to the
old Colonel, who with his mesmerising heart healed a few people to earn
the old Lady a deck of cards.

Sofar a little inside the conversation that took place between a few
Dzyan Chohans, a long time ago in another Galaxy far away...

--- On Wed, 11/5/08, MKR <> wrote:
From: MKR <>
Subject: Theos-World TS - Can we learn something from Politicians?
Date: Wednesday, November 5, 2008, 3:03 PM

            I was watching the US Presidential election coverage on the TV last night.

While theosophy and TS does not get involved in politics, what stuck me was

the speech given by the losing candidate who worked long and hard in the

race. It was a very moving and magnanimous one, conceding the election

results and urging the followers and the Nation to support the newly elected

President so that the country can move forward in a unified manner. The

losing candidate did not Whine; Did not complain about anything in the

election. It was a striking contrast to what we have seen in the recent

election of the TS President.

It is very sad that with all the valuable Ancient Wisdom knowledge we have

received from theosophical classics and other texts on ancient wisdom and

the various interpretations of them, may be theosophists, especially the

"leaders" walk to a different drummer.

It is more sad that just on the heels of the election, members were

surprised and shocked to learn about the ultra secret attempt to quickly

disenfranchise the members and change the rules and seize the control of the

Presidency by a handful of GC members. This is reminiscent of the coups we

have seen in some countries where the military brass seize control. It is

even more shocking and pitiful that the move officially originated in the

USA and more so in Chicago.

Are any "leaders" listening and reading this? Is there a lesson that

theosophists can learn? What will prospective members think when they read

all this? Is this what we want at a time when the membership is bleeding and

threatens the survival outside India? Silence is not going to solve the

problem. Active steps are needed now to fix it without delay.



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