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Re: Theos-World Better news in Chennai highway project

Aug 29, 2009 04:35 PM
by Drpsionic

See the bureaucrat who came up with the idea.
See him look up and see the flying carpet with the furious Master  riding 
on it.
See the loaded bomb racks under the carpet.
See the bureaucrat run back to the drawing board.
Chuck the heretic
In a message dated 8/29/2009 5:56:46 P.M. Central Daylight Time, writes:

Thanks for the good news.

Let us give some credit to Those who made  the choice to locate the HQ at

I am confident that with all  the things that have happening in recent
months, TS will indeed survive as  an organization to help the Humanity. All
one needs to visit some of the  branches/lodges in India to sense the
dedication of the members and I am  sure that is the case in other parts of
the world. Since I have personal  knowledge of Indian Lodges and the 
I am saying this.

If  anyone has the time and interest and finances, I recommend visiting
lodges  in India and meet members and give short talks. You can get a first
hand  feel for the conditions there.

While I do not speak for the Indian  Section, my guts tell me that they 
indeed welcome anyone even if you  are not a scholar and do not talk
'approved'  theosophy!


visit www.theosophy.vis

On Sat, Aug  29, 2009 at 4:24 PM, sampsakuukasjarvi <
_sampsakuukasjarvi@sampsakuu_ ( >  wrote:

> I heard promising news which had originally  been delivered abroad by the
> Indian TOS (Theosophical Order of  Service) leader Mr. C.V.K. Maithreya. 
> Hindu News writes about this  in the link below.
> The news is that it seems that it is  possible that the Adyar Estuary and
> the Headquarters of the  Theosophical Society will be saved from the new 
> highway. At this  moment the road plan has been changed to go elsewhere.
> Thanks  to internet, the Tamil Nadu authorities have gotten over 1500
>  petitions only from abroad against the road near Adyar.
> The  final decisions about the road are likely be made on  January.
>  I think this encouraging news may be a sign that the TS Adyar will
>  physically survive and still live long and prosper. Many Theosophists  
> understand how unique the Adyar Headquarter area with its nature  is 
> to the adjacent urban area of six million inhabitants. In  fact, it is a
> miracle that the precious area has so far survived under  pressure. The
> spiritual survival of the Society is, of course, a  different thing, and 
> is up to every member.
> Let us  wish all the best!
> Sampsa

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