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Was J. Krishnamurti NON-SECTARIAN?

Feb 16, 2009 11:30 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

Dear friends

My views are:

H. P. Blavatsky wrote in The Key to Theosophy:

"ENQUIRER. But how does Theosophy explain the common origin of man?

THEOSOPHIST. By teaching that the root of all nature, objective and subjective, and everything else in the universe, visible and invisible, is, was, and ever will be one absolute essence, from which all starts, and into which everything returns. This is Aryan philosophy, fully represented only by the Vedantins,


and the Buddhist system. With this object in view, it is the duty of all Theosophists to promote in every practical way, and in all countries, the spread of NON-SECTARIAN education. "

With caps given by me to the word: "NON-SECTARIAN ".

The big question is whether J. Krishnamurti was very good at doing the quite opposite?
Was he?

M. Sufilight

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