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Re: Theos-World Re: A chart with five columns about Jesus, but why only 5?

Mar 11, 2009 10:49 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

Well. I will never really reccommend or promote reading CWL's books. I say this in respect to any phaedophile victim on the planet!

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: danielhcaldwell 
  Sent: Tuesday, March 10, 2009 11:12 PM
  Subject: Theos-World Re: A chart with five columns about Jesus, but why only 5?

  Anand, you give me the following advice:

  But we need to remember that occultists, like any other scientist,
  are not infallible in their clairvoyant investigation. And just
  because their few observations are proved wrong does not mean that
  they were faking everything. Daniel always missed this point. He
  finds one fault in massive work of occultists and brand them as
  charlatans. This only proves that Daniel is not seasoned in
  philosophical thinking. Daniel must remember that every scientist and
  occultist uses his own faculties which are limited powers, and also
  their intelligence which interprets observations is also limited. Is
  there any Nobel prize winner scientist who never made mistake? Is
  there any saint who did not make any mistake in life ? Did Masters
  claim to be infallible? So finding one mistake and branding the
  person as charlatan only proves that Daniel himself did not
  understand important factors in research.

  Anand, I hope you will take your own advice and apply it to your own
  previous judgments of Madame Blavatsky's works....

  If I mistake not, you are the one that tells readers that you cannot
  recommend even one of HPB's books and writings. In other words, you
  are condemning all of HPB's work because of some perceived blemishes
  and mistakes. 

  Maybe you yourself are not as seasoned in philosophical thinking as
  you might think you are or you yourself do not understand important
  factors in research.  Have you ever considered that?

  And please note unless I am beginning to have a faulty memory, I have
  never done what you say I have:

  "He finds one fault in massive work of occultists and brand them as charlatans."

  Have I ever told readers not to read books by Besant and Leadbeater?
  In fact if one was going to undertake a course of reading of various
  Theosophical writers, I would recommend at least 3 books by Mrs.
  Besant and at least 6 or 7 by Mr. Leadbeater.

  For example, I would recommend Mrs. Besant's three books: THE ANCIENT

  There is alot of food for thought in those 3 volumes although I would
  take issue with some of her statements. 

  So Anand, what books by Madame Blavatsky would you recommend to
  students and readers???

  And while we are on the subject of mistakes, are you now telling us
  that Mr. Leadbeater is wrong and mistaken in his clairvoyant
  observation when he says that the 12 apostles did not exist???  Or do
  you accept his clairvoyant observation as correct and therefore agree
  that the stories in the New Testament about Jesus and his apostles
  are fictitious and never happened?



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