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Re: Theos-World Re: TS Adyar's policy or non-policy?

Jan 08, 2009 08:00 PM
by Frank Reitemeyer

Leadbeater has destroyed the TS and his twisted and psychologized interpretations of HPB's teachings do not help much a newbie to find the truth.
HPB wanted a united international body of true truth-seekers to oppose Internationalism, Marxism, lies and political misuse of religion and a brotherhood among the peoples without a third party, which Judge called the money-caste.
Mankind could probably have today a higher standing without the destruction work of Leadbeater and his bishop's hat.

----- Original Message ----- 
Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2009 4:42 PM
Subject: Re: Theos-World Re: TS Adyar's policy or non-policy?

I think he would rather it was put on video and broadcast on Youtube as that 
is the new public square. That is always the secret wish of those who 
believe that X is TRUE and all other views are false, evil and conducive to bad 
living, to say nothing of being a Jesuit plot. There is a reason why we in the 
TS have no holy writ, no creedal statements, no Oath of Allegiance to 
Blavatsky and the Masters. It is so that each member can find that truth inside 

The idea that anyone should be deprived of access to any material, for any 
reason, is anathema to us, for that very reason. It is not our place to 
control thought, to tell people what is right thinking or worse, right belief. We 
have more than enough people outside the TS willing to do that for us.

Chuck the Heretic

In a message dated 1/8/2009 1:01:35 A.M. Central Standard Time, writes:

--- In _theos-talk@yahoogrotheos-t_ ( , 
"Morten Nymann Olesen" <global-
theosophy@..t> wrote:

> So therefore I would keep recommending: Stop selling books by C. 
W. Leadbeater and his LLC Church.

Why not burn them in public places, with sufficient notice given to 
those interested to attend? As a matter of fact, why stop at 
Leadbeater's books? Why not include Besant's, Arundale's, 
Jinarajadasa'Jinarajadasa'<WBR>s, Sri Ram's, Taimni's and perhap

In view of the statemts included in it, such as the ones below, 
should not "The Secret Doctrine" be also considered as a book whose 
sale may not be allowed to go on?

"The Aryan views of the symbolism were those of the whole Pagan 
world; the Semite interpretations emanated from, and were pre-
eminently those of a small tribe, thus marking its national features 
and the idiosyncratic defects that characterize many of the Jews to 
this day â gross realism, selfishness, and sensuality. They had made 
a bargain, through their father Jacob, with their tribal deity, self-
exalted above all others, and a covenant that his "seed shall be as 
the dust of the earth"; and that deity could have no better image 
henceforth than that of the symbol of generation, and, as 
representation, a number and numbers." (SD, vol. II, p. 470)

"But Phallic worship has developed only with the gradual loss of the 
keys to the inner meaning of religious symbols; and there was a day 
when the Israelites had beliefs as pure as the Aryans have. But now 
Judaism, built solely on Phallic worship, has become one of the 
latest creeds in Asia, and theologically a religion of hate and 
malice toward everyone and everything outside themselves. Philo 
JudÃus shows what was the genuine Hebrew faith. The sacred Writings, 
he says, prescribe what we ought to do . . . commanding us to hate 
the heathen and their laws and institutions. They did hate Baal or 
Bacchus worship publicly, but left its worst features to be followed 
secretly; and it is with the Talmudic Jews that the grand symbols of 
nature were the most profaned. With them, as now shown by the 
discovery of the key to the correct Bible reading â Geometry, the 
fifth divine Science ("fifth" â because it is the fifth key in the 
series of the Seven Keys to the Universal esoteric language and 
symbology) was desecrated, and by them applied to conceal the most 
terrestrial and grossly sexual mysteries, wherein both Deity and 
religion were degraded." (SD, vol. II, p. 471)

On the other hand, an easier solution would be to allow people the 
freedom to choose what they want to read and study. Alas, this has 
always been the most difficult path to follow, particularly for those 
bred and born with the nourishment of the received truth.


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