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Re: Theos-World Questions about ABailey group.

Dec 29, 2008 04:04 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

Dear Christina

My views are:

Christina wrote:
"Than I think Alice A Bailey has different way in teaching , more to 
the point."

M. Sufilight:
May I politely ask: - In what manner do you find H. P. Blavatsky not being to the point compared with Alice A. Bailey? 

M. Sufilight

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: christinaleestemaker 
  Sent: Wednesday, December 24, 2008 12:14 PM
  Subject: Theos-World Questions about ABailey group.

  They are political in this case : round 2000 they give all the books 
  free to download on internet and later in this millenium totally not 
  While Theosophical literature was not able on internet during a lot 
  of years and now TS; especially America gives a lot for free.
  So who is better?
  There can be made enough money on lectures, seminars and courses.And 
  not to forget people stay buying the books.Especially in 
  courses.Nobody goes with his laptop into course.
  And I think it is very important to keep as much as books of 
  references online too.
  I have for example Collected writitng on CD, but easier if I need 
  some references to look at the internet version.Also it is good to 
  have the CD near it, for what now is on-line can be away next year.

  Than I think Alice A Bailey has different way in teaching , more to 
  the point.Not whole stories round a subject,where people need to fly 
  But that is my opinion and experiences.

  --- In, "Morten Nymann Olesen" <global-
  theosophy@...> wrote:
  > Dear friends
  > My vieus are:
  > Is the Alice A. Bailey groups and LUCIS TRUST really non-political?
  > AND is this coinciding with H. P. Blavatsky's and H. S. Olcott's 
  > 1.
  > At the front page on the LUCIS TRUST hompage - The Alice A. Bailey 
  groups main website if any we find that the claim to be a non-
  political group:
  > The worldwide activities of the Lucis Trust, founded by Alice and 
  Foster Bailey, are dedicated to establishing right human relations.
  > The activities of the Lucis Trust promote the education of the 
  human mind towards recognition and practice of the spiritual 
  principles and values upon which a stable and interdependent world 
  society may be based. The Lucis Trust is non-political and non-
  sectarian. It sponsors no special creed or dogma. 
  > 2.
  > Seven years after the birth of the U.N., a book was published by 
  the theosophist and founder of the Lucis Trust, Alice Bailey, 
  claiming that,
  > "Evidence of the growth of the human intellect along the needed 
  receptive lines [for the preparation of the New Age] can be seen in 
  the "planning" of various nations and in the efforts of the United 
  Nations to formulate a world plan... From the very start of this un-
  foldment, three occult factors have governed the development of all 
  these plans".
  > [Alice B. Bailey, Discipleship in the New Age (Lucis Press, 
  1955), Vol.II, p.35.]
  > Although she did not spell out clearly the identity of these 
  'three occult factors', she did reveal to her students that,
  > "Within the United Nations is the germ and seed of a great 
  international and meditating, reflective group - a group of thinking 
  and informed men and women in whose hands lies the destiny of 
  humanity. This is largely under the control of many fourth ray 
  disciples, if you could but realize it, and their point of meditative 
  focus is the intuitional or buddhic plane - the plane upon which all 
  hierarchical activity is today to be found".
  > [Ibid., p.220.]
  > To this end, the Lucis Trust (formerly known as the Lucifer Trust), 
  under the leadership of Foster and Alice Bailey, started a group 
  called 'World Goodwill' - an official Non-Governmental Organization 
  within the United Nations. The stated aim of this group is "to 
  cooperate in the world of preparation for the reappearance of the 
  Christ" [One Earth, the magazine of the Findhorn Foundation, October/
  November 1986, Vol. 6, Issue 6, p.24.] 
  > - - - 
  > Now, I would really like to know, what your answer is?
  > If not, I ask why not?
  > M. Sufilight
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