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Re: Theos-World Re: Comments on some statements in Pseudo-letter No. 10

Nov 15, 2008 04:51 PM
by Cass Silva

Isn't it time that you left theosophy for Jnaneshwarism - you clearly have no love nor understanding for what Blavatsky stood for and spend countlessÂyears circling like a shark to undermine whatever she did or wrote. 

From: Anand <>
Sent: Sunday, 16 November, 2008 4:32:59 AM
Subject: Theos-World Re: Comments on some statements in Pseudo-letter No. 10

> Anand, are Jnaneshwar & the Masters expressing the SAME idea??
> http://groups. group/theos- talk/message/ 47332
> Daniel

There are differences in the teaching of St. Jnaneshwar. What
Jnaneshwari teaches is profoundly esoteric, and yet what St.
Jnaneshwar says is very clear. I was only 17 years old when I first
read Jnaneshwari, and ideas of St. Jnaneshwar never confused me. Book
Jnaneshwari is among the most read books on spirituality in India.
This book made subject of spirituality very clear. 
On the contrary, writings in Pseudo-letters is highly confusing.
Statements in Pseudo-letters contradict with other statements in
Pseudo-letters. Reader either does not understand the point or
misunderstands. And if one statement is said, other person can bring
contradictory statement from some other Pseudo-letter. That keeps
readers in a perpetual puzzle. No wonder that many people doubted
authenticity of Pseudo-letters. It appears that to make A. P. Sinnett
and others co-operate with Blavatsky, she materialized those
Pseudo-letters. But the confusion created by publication of
Pseudo-letters, and making people feel that they came from Masters, is
of great proportion.

Anand Gholap


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