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

Jan 09, 2009 05:10 PM
by Cass Silva

IMO Politics is simply noise - it changes nothing - it exists in ideologies - it has no moral value whatsoever - why should HPB spend her time involved in something that will never change men's thinking nor give an understanding to real truths - to get involved in one's own or another man's politics is to draw unwanted karma to oneself - politics which always lead to war - is as KM says a totalitarian projection of individual inner conflict and if one is conflicted it seems highly unlikely that one will have any space for spiritual or moral evolution. Politics and intellectualism is patented by the Lower Ego to keep attention on itself.

If the Buddha tells us to question anything and everything that is said - even by him - then HPB is certainly not the exception to the rule - nor I believe would she have it any other way. Blind adherence to any teaching is self programming, imo.


From: Joseph P. Fulton <>
Sent: Saturday, 10 January, 2009 11:33:38 AM
Subject: Theos-World Re: TS Adyar's policy or non-policy?

--- In theos-talk@yahoogro, "Frank Reitemeyer" <dzyan@...> wrote:

I have a question regarding this first paragraph, it sounds like you
are speaking that the desire for independence was metaphorical. 
However, in the Mahatma Letters, there are numerous instances of some
very non-metaphorical statements regarding the British. In perusing
Letter #81 of the ML, there seems to be nothing metaphorical about
what KH is asking Sinnett to do. Is that a metaphor for what? That
looks very much like political operative work. So with evidence of
political work in writing I would ask "so what?" What makes political
work wrong or undesirable?

Regarding the tentative nature of Johnson's statements. That's what I
would expect when someone is suggesting an alternate theory. To state
something as an absolute truth when it may or may not be is unwise. 
Wouldn't you agree? Or is HPB and her teachers to be worshipped as
some kind of tin goddess? The 1900 Letter to Besant is very clear on
that view.

Thanks for your patience.


> >Honestly, and depending on how you look at it, HPB's mission was very
> political, especially in regards to Indian Independence. From the
> viewpoint of Paul Johnson's book "The Masters Revealed", HPB's mission
> in India, and the identity of the Mahatmas, themselves was political
> in the extreme.
> Joe, HPB has had no political agenda except that each nation is kept
> from foreign rule (Marxism) and is allowed to develop its svabhava
to be 
> part of a spiritual republic of free nations. By freedom is meant the 
> freedom of the higher self rather than of the lower self. Therefore she 
> supported as a private person the nationalist clubs in India and USA
(not as 
> TS).
> PJ's theory is possible from outside interpretations in connection
with much 
> phantasy. But he fails to proofs his theory and sticks on words like
> be", "should be", "possibly".
> With the same logic you can also claim that Jesus Christ has had a
> agenda, or the Gautama Buddha, while in reality the messengers of
the white 
> lodge in dealing with political persons have always universal karma
in mind 
> and not one person, one party or one nation only.
> I would like to see the alleged spy letter of Blavatsky. As yet no
> appeared for examination. Is no researcher able to get it from the
> archives?
> Frank


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