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Theos-World Re: As early as 1889, Blavatsky told about the World Teacher?

Nov 09, 2009 09:39 AM
by sadhak1008


There are a few predictions about the World Teacher, some more detailed than others. Historically speaking, the Tamil saint Ramalinga Swami was the first person to predict not only about the coming of the World Teacher, but also about the formation of the TS which he described as an organization that would be formed by two foreigners and set up in Adyar for spreading brotherhood. He further added that from this organization would emerge the next WT who would spread this message all over the world. Though he stated this around 1850 it has been long ignored by both the TS and even the K foundations. Neither HPB, AB, or CWL were really the originators of the WT prophecy. May be they were not aware of the swami and did not know Tamil to realize the earlier prophecy.
Thankfully, Radha Burnier finally acknowledged this publicly a few years back. You know, there is nothing higher than truth, so what if it takes 150 years?!!



--- In, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> As I recall, during her life time, no one knows if HPB knew of the Coming of
> the World Teacher and even if she knew, according to Besant, she gave no
> hints even to those most closely connected with her.
> On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 6:34 AM, Spirituality <mail@...>wrote:
> >
> >
> > Good question. Lutyens is not generally very reliable when it comes to old
> > style theosophy, so she probably got it out of the besant leadbeater rumor
> > mill. Perhaps some old article by one or the other.
> >
> > It's not in the Inner Group Teachings, which means that if Blavatsky did
> > tell some of her students this, it was in an informal setting, not in the
> > setting of a formal studygroup. We're in the same bag on this one as on the
> > Bowen Notes: said to be a report of something Blavatsky said, but we don't
> > have the sources to back it up. Nor are we likely to get to such sources.
> >
> > That isn't to say it's certain to be untrue.
> >
> > One thing we do know: IF Blavatsky talked about such a teacher, as Besant
> > said, she expected him later than Krishnamurti came.
> >
> > Katinka
> >

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