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History of TS in America in 1900s

Nov 03, 2009 03:56 AM
by MKR

Sometimes, reading historical material gives a better perspective of TS.
Some take a simplistic view of TS as another world-wide worldly organization
like the various business and political organizations were are all familiar
with. Considering the unusual origin of TS and how and why it was launched
and the intense on-hands Adeptic guidance of TS in the early days, it makes
one think and possibly meditate.

Looking at the developments in the Presidential election since early last
year, and the subsequent events culminating now famous ill fated ultra
secret attempt conceived in the USA by a quartet of General Council members
to disenfranchise members world wide in the election of the President and
seize power by backdoor and the subsequent division seen in the General
Council, it appears that many of the active members seem to have a very
short sighted and perhaps self-serving view of things. They seems to have
not had the benefit of reading about the history of TS in 1900s especially
in the USA.

Much of the historical details are not found in the usual official
publications of the TS since many events many not look good to the eyes of
the public. I was fortunate in running into the Joseph Rossâ self-published
books on Krotona which contain details of the history of TS in the 1900s.
Ross is a long-time member of TS and has spent enormous amount of time in
gathering information and materials and taking the trouble to self-publish
the books.

They are must read books on TS history especially for anyone involved and
interested in TS, especially current and past leaders and aspiring leaders
and General Council members. Especially, they are a must read books for TS
politicians, professors, elders, scholars, and clairvoyants. I hope they all
read them and benefit TS and themselves.


There is  no religion higher than Truth

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