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Re: Theos-World hello I am new

Dec 10, 2008 03:48 PM
by Martin

"Central to the philosophy of Theosophy 

are the principles of karma and reincarnation

Well, gimme a break...central is Brotherhood and the Love for all that pointing in a direction of the above, one could easily scare people off, like if you don't love the other you get bad karma or something like that...Of course karma is a law, but the Truth which is unconditional Love is above any law of Nature!

--- On Wed, 12/10/08, adelasie <> wrote:
From: adelasie <>
Subject: Re: Theos-World hello I am new
Date: Wednesday, December 10, 2008, 9:56 PM

            Hi Gineata,

Welcome to the wonderful world of Theosophy, which, if you have found 

it in this cycle, is probably something you have experienced before, 

perhaps under another name. Central to the philosophy of Theosophy 

are the principles of karma and reincarnation, which, basically 

indicate that we are responsible for our actions, and we live many 

lives upon the earth, as do all other life forms. If you are drawn to 

the study, it will definitely be rewarding to you. Try to keep an 

open mind, and remember, we are only human. We all try to practice 

humility, obedience, compassion, forgiveness, and unconditional love, 

but it is an uphill battle. A worthwhile one, however. Many students 

have tales such as yours to tell of their introduction to the study 

of occultism. We are approaching the gates to the inner mystery of 

life, and the invitation to enter can take many strange and wonderful 


All the best,


On 10 Dec 2008 at 2:49, gineata wrote:


> Just wanted to say hello and to introduce myself. I wanted you to know

> how I came to this site...many years ago I was walking down the

> street. I came upon an estate sale. I went in and heard others talking

> about the person who had just passed on. I love books and I have a

> very inquisitive mind...I found a book on Theos and picked it up. I

> opened the book and felt a hand on mine but no one was anywhere near

> me. I dropped the book and literally ran out of the place. I am now

> ready to take a look at this stuff. I am emotionally and physically

> ready to face what ever the truth is without fear. Have any of you

> ever had any experiences like this and do you have any advice for a

> newbee? Peace to all gineata








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