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Re: Theos-World Re: Individuals who did much damage to Theosophical movement

Apr 28, 2009 09:49 PM
by Drpsionic

We don't need the kid.  With the internet everyone can see them  buck naked 
and that is a truly horrifying thought--Theoporn!
I know, I know, don't give them any ideas...
Chuck the Heretic
In a message dated 4/28/2009 7:27:27 P.M. Central Daylight Time, writes:


I have my own read on the current situation in the Theosophical  Movement.

Firstly we do not have any charismatic real leaders who can  lead. We may
have many highly educated intellectuals (many are quit old,  reminding our
grandpas and grandmas) who are not seen as leaders even  though perhaps in
their egoistic minds they may be imagining they are the  rescuers of TM. The
TM got a real hit when the election nomination and  subsequent allegations
and the final secret coup attempt took  place.

Any potential member who reads about all of these would be  simply shocked
and perhaps confused too. In addition, we have not seen any  dramatic
creative and innovative ideas to restore the credibility of the  leaders.

When these kind of causes are at work, what do you expect? A  highly vibrant
and growing TM?

When the emperor has no clothes, we  have not found a kid yet who will call
the bluff.


On Tue,  Apr 28, 2009 at 7:14 PM, Anand <_AnandGholap@AnandGhol_ 
( >  wrote:

> Dear MKR,
> I was not commenting on  freedom of thought and freedom to express 
> online, which you  often praise.
> I was writing about how actions of different individuals  affected
> Theosophical movement.
> It is not that each and every  sentence these individual wrote did damage 
> Theosophical movement.  While evaluating I need to consider overall 
impact of
> their right and  wrong actions. And overall impact of online actions of 
>  individuals was highly damaging to Theosophical movement. That is why we 
> today Theosophical movement in such a miserable  condition.
> Anand Gholap
> --- In _theos-talk@yahoogrotheos-t_ (   
<theos-talk%theos-talk%<WBthe>, "Anand"
>  <AnandGholap@Ana> wrote:
> >
> > The failure of  Theosophy in the West is more because of unwise actions 
> >  members of the TS, and individuals related to Theosophy. Officers can
>  guide TS
> > in right direction. But as they are democratically  elected, they tend 
> fulfill
> > wishes of people, to some  extent, even if they would have done things
> > differently, had they  no pressure to fulfill wishes of people.
> > Some of the online  individuals who did much damage to Theosophical
> movement are
>  > these. Reed Carson, the owner of who made  Theosophical
> movement
> > extremely dogmatic around  Blavatsky's writing. Another individual who 
> much
> >  damage to Theosophical movement is Katinka Hesselink, who spread wrong
>  teaching
> > of J. Krishnamurti in Theosophical Society and thereby  misled members 
> TS into
> > believing that J.  Krishnamurti' believing that J.  K
> > Third individual who  did much damage to Theosophical movement is Daniel
> > Caldwell. He  did damage by regularly attacking Adyar TS, it's leaders,
> past  and
> > present, and their teachings.
> > These are some of  the individuals who did much damage to Theosophical
> movement
>  > by their online activities.
> >
> > Anand  Gholap
> >

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