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Re: Theos-World Re: Annie Besant made mistakes??!! NO!! How can that be?????

May 04, 2009 10:40 PM
by Leon Maurer

Daniel, I presume you are laughing as loud as I am. ;D

I'm also completely amazed, not only by the lack of a sense of humor, but how outright lying and slickly camouflaged subterfuge by Leadbeater is passed off as simple "mistakes." ;-)


On May 5, 2009, at 5/5/091:03 AM, Anand wrote:

--- In, "danielhcaldwell" <danielhcaldwell@...> wrote:

Therefore who could doubt anything said by these two people who have stood in THE PRESENCE OF THE SUPREME DIRECTOR OF EVOLUTION ON THIS GLOBE???

I am shocked that you could.....  :)


There are some mistakes in your logic. You are assuming that if a person stood in the presence of the Lord of the World, that person becomes infallible and nothing what he/she said should be doubted. This assumption is not correct. As you give much importance to Mahatma Letters, I write here a statement from a Mahatma Letter. In it Mahatma says "Light of omniscience and infallible prevision, which shines only for the highest of the Chohans (perhaps Lord of the World is referred), is still far away from me" That means Masters don't claim to be infallible, and they don't claim to know everything. If Masters admit it, why does Daniel expect that Annie Besant, Leadbeater or anybody else should be infallible in what they say and do? And Daniel goes to other extreme. He points out few mistakes of disciples and then brands them as "charlatan imitations", fake etc. What Daniel seems to suggest is there are people who are either always perfect or there are people who are faking everything . In reality, disciples are always in between these two extremes. People should not make mistake of expecting perfection from disciples always and they should not call them charlatans just because disciples made some mistakes.

Anand Gholap


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