Re: theos-talk Re: TS - A blog of the history reg TS/Krotona during Besant's time
Feb 19, 2011 07:49 AM
Your comments are well taken.
Today, Theosophy needs a vigorous presence in the Internet since that is
where the more and more people go to for information.
Considering the continued de-facto boycott of Internet by âinsidersâ,
theosophical leaders, lecturers, writers, authors etc. (either by accident
or by deliberatly intentional or lack of understanding of the Internet
culture) we should welcome anyone who helps to put info about theosophical
matters before the public. From that point of view, IMHO, the blog has done
an excellent job.
Another way we all can help is to take time to comment on these blogs and
that may spur further inquiry into theosophy and TS.
There is no religion higher than Truth.
On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 5:19 AM, email2cal <email2cal@du4lef_mimCG218h3fHaLj6e0RwOPgeR0HRA-fGzDKDqpTN913yeAsG1Zzk_hLqAKyyDiS6sURE9s1M.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> Thanks for the info. In my opinion, the essay is well written indeed but
> hardly very well researched. It seems to be merely an annotated
> collation of quotations from "Krotona of Old Hollywood" (which volumes
> of four published ones?) created by an inauspicious outsider and it's
> far from clear if it is representative.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> > A very well researched and well written account of the activities
> > surrounding TS/Krotona can be found at:
> > <http://doves2day.blogspot.com/2011/02/dysfunctional-family.html>
> > MKR
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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