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Re: theos-talk Re: Theosophy, Blavatsky, and use of pseudonyms

Dec 23, 2010 07:11 AM
by MKR

Let us NOT equate or compare the Masters not using their real names to those
who hide in Internet under pseudonyms, There were many who have met the
Masters in flesh and they can vouch for their existence and their motives
and long term objectives. Those on Internet are simply ordinary people who
do not have courage or guts to put their name where their mouth is.

Since the circle of theosophists who are knowledgeable is very small, it is
very hard to hide because most active theosophists know each other - at
least in cyberspace if not in flesh and blood.

Already in the theosophical grapevine many are speculating about the real
identities. Most likely, even the targets may be aware of it.

If anyone of those targets, want to get out of the hanging cloud, the most
effective way is to post a public message that they are not the persons
behind the pseudonyms.

Till that happens, speculation will go on and on, till one day, accidentally
the real identity is discovered and when that happens, all that has been
written in the past will come to haunt them and destroy their credibility.
Internet is like akashic records and what is recorded is going to be there
for ever!

It is up to the individual theosophists to decide what they want to do. If
anyone wants to post a disclaimer here, they are indeed welcome to do so by
signing up on theos-talk.

Let us keep tuned...........


On Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 4:20 AM, email2cal <> wrote:

> It is hard to uderstand why some people object against using pseudonyms.
> In final count, what matter is ideas and not personalities.
> I find it a strange idea that Blavatsky "is the role model for
> theosophists," but even if this is so let us keep in mind that she did
> not shy away from using pen names (e.g., Radda Bai for her writings in
> the Russian).
> It is well known that Masters routinely used pseudonyms to conceal their
> real names and identities.
> Max
> --- In <>, MKR
> <mkr777@...> wrote:
> >
> > Theosophy, Blavatsky, and use of pseudonyms
> >
> > Typically people involved in covert activities and also those involved
> in
> > questionable activities hide behind pseudonyms for their own personal
> safety
> > and protection. Intelligence agents and many of the intelligence
> > interrogators as well as those who employ ÃâËharshÃââ
> techniques against bad
> > guys commonly use pseudonyms.
> >
> > When theosophists start using pseudonyms, one is wondering why? What
> are
> > they afraid of? Blavatsky is the role model for theosophists. When
> someone
> > wants to write about Blavatsky or theosophy in todayÃââs world,
> and uses
> > pseudonym, one wonders what is going on?
> >
> > Theosophists in cyberspace have come across couple of theosophists
> using
> > pseudonyms. Some years ago, one of them was identified with the help
> of
> > Internet theosophists.
> >
> > Still couple more are there using pseudonyms and write about theosophy
> and
> > Blavatsky on Internet Forum(s).
> >
> > Recently, I was told by three independent sources, about the identity
> of one
> > of the pseudonymers and it happens to be a theosophist all of us know
> well.
> >
> > If anyone has any more information about anyone in the theosophical
> circles
> > using pseudonyms, feel free to email the information to me at
> > Let us all out these hiding theosophists.
> >
> >
> > MKR
> >
> > Tags: theosophy, Blavatsky, pseudonyms
> > .
> >
> >
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> >

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