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Re: Theos-World Re: Was head chela D.K. known as Dayal Singh Majithia?

Apr 04, 2009 09:18 PM
by Drpsionic

I think we have a peculiar case of delusions of grandeur.  When  someone 
starts telling the Masters what they can and cannot do, professional  help is 
probably called for.
Chuck the Heretic
In a message dated 4/4/2009 8:41:17 P.M. Central Daylight Time, writes:

What makes you think the Masters are supporting those of the left
and  their movement?   I imagine as Robert? stated that the TS  has
lost it's spiritual link with  them


From:  alex <_alexmorgan777@alexmorgan7_ ( >
To:  _theos-talk@yahoogrotheos-t_ ( 
Sent:  Sunday, 5 April, 2009 7:17:34 AM
Subject: Theos-World Re: Was head chela  D.K. known as Dayal Singh Majithia?

Why would the Masters of the right  had path support those of the left and 
their movement?
Do we not know about  Bon? Do we not know about the Red Hats who mix with the 
practices of Bon? Is  it right to have sex, drink alcohol etc. and practice 
tantra like many of the  Nyingmas do?


--- In theos-talk@yahoogro, "Morten  Nymann Olesen" 
<global-theosophy@ ...> wrote:
> Dear  friends
> My views are:
> Allow me to  throw a few thoughts and ask some questions...
>  ******* 1 *******
> I discovered the following in K. Paul  Johnsons book "Initiations of 
Theosophical Masters" on page 49.
> "Another royal sponsor of the TS, Maharaja Bikram Singh of Faridkot,  was 
by 1886 emboiled in a dispute which rent asunder the Singh Sabha. Bikram  
Singh, patron of the organization, was allied with Thakar Singh Sandhanwalia  (KH), 
Baba Khem Singh Bedi (the Chohan), and Dayal Singh Majithia (Djual Kul)  in 
support of a military uprising against the British." (p. 49)
> I wonder what the view of Djual Kul being identical with Dayal Singh  
Majithia is based on?
> - - - Some info about Dayal  Singh Majithia - - -
> Dayal Singh Majithia was said to be  present at the 1884 TS Convent.
> Now where is he on the  picture?
> _http://www.blavatsk_ (http://www.blavatsk/)  yarchives.  com/hpbphotos18. 
> Wikipedia says about Dayal Singh  Majithia (1848-1898) 
> _http://en.wikipedia_ (http://en.wikipedia/)  .org/wiki/ Dyal_Singh_  
> Dayal Singh Majithia was for instance a writer and  the founder of the 
India newspaper named The Tribune.
> And  Annie Besant talked warmly about Dayal Singh Majithia :
> _http://www.geocitie_ (http://www.geocitie/) 
ollegekarnal/ singh.html
> In this expanded  bio he was for instance in heavy Correspondances with a 
muslim named Maulvi  Sayed Ali Muhammad
> _http://www.tribunei_ (http://www.tribunei/) 2003/20030909/  
> Are there any more info on who D. K. really  was?
> ******* 2 *******
> ***A***
> "The Twelfth Dalai Lama, Trinley Gyatso
> The Twelfth Dalai Lama, Trinley Gyatso was born in 1856 in Lhoka, a  place 
near Lhasa to Phuntsok Tsewang and Tsering Yudon.
> In  1858, the young boy as Dalai Lama was escorted to Lhasa where Reting 
Ngawang  Yeshi Tsultrim Gyaltsen, the regent gave him the name
> Thupten Gyatso.  In 1860, at the age of five he took the novice vows of 
monkhood from the Gaden  Throne Holder Lobsang Khenrab and he was
> enthroned in the Potala  Palace. In 1873, at the age of eighteen, he took 
on full responsibility as  both spiritual and political leader of Tibet. In
> 1875, he died at the  age of twenty in the Potala Palace."
> *** B  ***
> Thubten Gyatso the 13th Dalai Lama (enthroned in 1879) was born as  far 
away as Lake Baikal.
> -
> "The Thirteenth Dalai Lama, Thupten  Gyatso
> The Thirteenth Dalai Lama, Thupten Gyatso, was born in  the year of the 
Fire Bird in 1876 at Thakpo Langdun in south Tibet to Kunga  Rinchen
> and Lobsang Dolma, a peasant couple.
> In 1878,  he was recognized as the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama 
following predictions  from the state oracles and auspicious signs at his birth.
> He was  escorted to Lhasa where he was ordained into monkhood by the 
Panchen Lama,  Tenpai Wangchuk, and was given the name Ngawang
> Lobsang Thupten Gyatso  Jigdral Chokley Namgyal. In 1879, the Thirteenth 
Dalai Lama was enthroned at  the Potala Palace."
> - - -
> Was the founders ( ) of the  Rime Movement of Tibetan Buddhism involved 
with the theosophical  Masters?
> _http://en.wikipedia_ (http://en.wikipedia/)  .org/wiki/  Rime_movement
> _http://en.wikipedia_ (http://en.wikipedia/)  .org/wiki/  Jamyang_Khyentse 
> _http://en.wikipedia_ (http://en.wikipedia/)  .org/wiki/  Jamgon_Kongtrul_ 
> The Rime Movements importance  until today:
> "In summary, the Rime movement is a timely and unique  movement with great 
consequences, owing much to the two 19th century  luminaries Khyentse Wangpo 
and Jamgon Kongtrul. Without their incredible  efforts compiling and 
transmitting teachings, it is likely that much Buddhist  literature would have been 
lost. It helped break the custom of single lineage  teachings which isolated some 
schools from others, and it established a  platform from which people could 
view all schools with equal respect. In fact  Lord Buddha himself forbade his 
students to criticize teachers and teachings  from other traditions and 
cultures. This is what Rime is all about."
>  _http://www.rimebudd_ (http://www.rimebudd/) tradition_  
> - - -
> Are there any more info on who D. K.  really was?
> M. Sufilight
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