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Re: theos-talk Theosophical Classics: Re: Update on Secret Doctrine Commentaries

Feb 27, 2011 06:05 PM
by Martin

The reason I sent that link to Lillie's book is the found assumption, the 
Theosophical Society has been infiltrated since the fall of the "worldteacher" 
Krishnamurti with Psy-Ops. many Theosophists have been working and are still 
working through secret agencies like the CIA, NSA etc. 

The problem with the 'coming 6th subrace in America' is the fact that it is 
based on dreams and deception. All the knowledge given out by Blavatsky and her 
teachers have been part of a trick to change the course of Humanity into a more 
harmonic way of living together. Knowledge really doesn't matter at all, it is 
about the Heart and when the Heart is experienced, Knowledge comes when needed, 
not the other way around...No one can think himself into Love or Compassion for 
that matter, this is why I stick to the only valid Concept of Theosophy: to form 
an active brotherhood among men, all the rest is assumption....

From: M. Sufilight <>
Sent: Sat, February 26, 2011 5:41:37 PM
Subject: Re: theos-talk Theosophical Classics: Re: Update on Secret Doctrine 

Dear MKR and friends

My views are:

People sometimes want rumours, assumptions, prejudice and above all a scandal or 
two to raise their voice against more than seeking out the actual truth.

The book by Arthur Lillie which was referenced earliere on in this thread did 
not actually search out the truth, but assumed a whole lot, - and in fact more 
than an really honest truthseeking person would do.

- - -
It all reminds me of the fact that I some month back by email asked the 
Theosophical Society in America about whether it was a political Society today 
since the present day Constitution had deleted parageaph XIII given in the old 
1891 Contistution of the Theosophical Society. The fellow from TS America 
answering was very polite and said that he was not allowed to speak behalf of 
the Theosophical Society, and that only the International Headquarters in India 
could give that answer. (A sidenote: When do members of the TS begin to think 
for themeselves?) --- Now a year or so has gone by - And I have received NO 
answer at all to this question. Adyar have however changed their website a bit. 
But the Constituion of Theosophical Society is still sadly missing on the 
website. I wonder what to make of this present day Theosophical Society?

Se also my post april 2010 at Theos-talk:
Serious Potential problems with TSA Bylaws


The  problem is that the TS today is not following the Original Programe, and I 
think I have proven
this in more than one e-mail at this forum. They follow something they call the
"New Era" given by Annie Besant and others. And this "New Era" supported and
still supports meddling with politics and a political involvement of the TS.
This is what the TS Adyar website says today.

Form the TS Adyar website we have, Feb. 2010:
"With Mrs. Besant a new era began. She gave a great lead in making Theosophy
practical, urging members to theosophize the various fields: religious, social,
economic, political.

Form the TS Adyar website we have, Feb. 2011:
With Mrs Besant a new era began.  She gave a great lead in making Theosophy 
practical, urging members to apply the light of Theosophy to the various fields 
of human activity: religious, social, economic, political, etc.

ThÃs not in accordance with the Original Programe, where no doctrinas exist to 
be promoted!
And POLITICS aught not to be endorsed and promoted by leading member of the TS 
and Annie Besant did it, and turned herself into a walking lie, supporting the 
English Crown under the
Commonwealth so the world could be ruled by it with weapons and all.
And she falsely claimed that H.S. Olcott and H. P. Blavatsky supported the
creation of the National Congress of India in her book. "The future of Indian
politics", 1922 - Published through the apparently NON-POLITICAL: The
Theosophical Publishing House!

A quote from "The future of Indian politics" by Annie Besant:
"The new departure in 1913 resembled in one marked way the new departure when
the National Congress was planned in 1884. The seed of both was planted by the
Theosophical Society. It was at the Theosophical Convention of that year that a
small group of earnest Theo-sophists â deeply concerned for the political
future of their country and aroused to a sense of her past powers and her then
present impotence by the awakening crusades of H. P. Blavatsky and Henry Steele
Olcott, stirring the educated to self-respect and res-pect for their Nation â
meeting in Adyar, decided to make an effort for political redemption".

Until the TS Adyar and all other theosophical groups clearly add what they or
others previously have deleted in the ORIGINAL Constitution and Rules given 
1875-1891 about offences on political involvements by members of the TS, I will 
consider their activities
not to be in accordance with the Original Programe and therefore ask them for a
proper explanation about why they have such a stance as the one given by Annie
Besant in the above? 
Have any member on this forum ever been given an answer to this???

Here are the words, which were deleted after 1891:

1. Any Fellow who shall in any way attempt to involve the Society In political
disputes shall be immediately expelled.

2. No Fellow, Officer, or Council of the Theosophical Society, or of any Section 
or Branch thereof, shall promulgate or maintain any doctrinas being that 
advanced, or advocated by the Society. "
(signed H. S. Olcott and seven other names B. Keightley being one of them, and
later published in The Theosophist, January 1891.)

The Theosophical Society (Adyar)
Members Area

Now when TS Adyar are willing to admit that the TS in the past under the
leadership of Annie Besant deviated from the Original Programe, which I quoted
in part in the above, I think we can start something real, which will lead
towards progress. Until then, I will with good reason keep quesitoning any
leading members at TS Adyar, how they find that the Masters can be supporting
the TS Adyar as it operates today - in comparison with the above words and
quotes, when we consider the Liberal Catholic Church (which its doctrine on
blessing a Church Bell with 15 crosses by the use of chalk), its priests
Absolutions, its "holy" baptisms, its funeral ceremonials and its Apostolic
Succesions etc. etc. on the TS Adyar Compounds. Such promotions must be

Remember H. P. Blavatsky often spoke out against the Christianizing of the
visdom teachings through the centuries, and attempts on it on the TS as well.
The Original Programe written about by Blavatsky stated: 
"But if the two Founders were not told what they
had to do, they were distinctly instructed about what they should never do, what
they had to avoid, and what the Society should never become. Church
organizations, Christian and Spiritual sects were shown as the future contrasts
to our Society. " (BCW, Vol. VII, p. 145-146)

Two questions:
- Is there anyone on this forum who is aware of when the above article XIII were
actually deleted from the Constitution and Rules of the TS, and why it actually
were deleted?
- Do you find that the Theosophical Society Adyar with its churches on its HQ 
compound today year 2011 operate as a contrast to Church organisations and 
Christian sects? (Also inside its Church of St Michael and All Angels? -

All the above are of course just my views.
And I might be in error.

- - -
Is it not a puzzle why I almost never get a clear and precise answer to this by 
any of the leading members of the Theosophical Society???
Yet, I hold that silence is also an answer.

At least it is to me, who claim to have experienced a being looking exactly like 
H. P. Blavatsky materialise in my appartment about 2 years ago, with whom I 
talked briefly. And that I have meet her or someone quite similar when Astral 
travelling and talked with her for several minutes.

M. Sufilight

----- Original Message ----- 
From: MKR 
Sent: Saturday, February 26, 2011 4:10 PM
Subject: Re: theos-talk Theosophical Classics: Re: Update on Secret Doctrine 

Thanks for the research and posting the info.

HPB would have had no problem in traveling in Northern India since there are
quite a few native Indians with very light skin and in Indian attire no one
will doubt she was a foreigner.

I was also stuck by her comment on doctor's certificate and how people will
accuse that it was bought. In the 2008 election similar comments were made
even after there were certificates from three doctors from two continents.
That is the way how world reacts when they do not want to believe.


On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 2:20 AM, M. Sufilight

> Dear friends
> The following might help a bit more...
> H. P. Blavatsky wrote to Sinnett who was preparing his book about her:
> "I saw Master in my visions ever since my childhood. In the year of the
> first Nepaul Embassy (when?) saw and recognised him. Saw him twice. Once he
> came out of the crowd, then He ordered me to meet Him in Hyde Park. I
> cannot, I must not speak of this. I would not publish it for the"
> "world. See the harm the Occult World has done to me with all your kind,
> good intention. Had you not named my relatives, my inner life, my visit to
> Tibet, no one would have believed me more of a fraud than they do now. So
> you see. Let us leave my poor aunts and my relatives names out of the book,
> I implore you. Enough dirt accumulated on one of the family, do let us not
> drag holy names and names I respect into the book and thus sentence them
> beforehand to mangling.
> 3. Went to India in 1856 -- just because I was longing for Master.
> Travelled from place to place, never said I was Russian, people taking me
> for what I liked. Met Kulwein and his friend at Lahore somewhere. Were I to
> describe my visit to India only in that year that would make a whole book,
> but how can I NOW say the truth. Suppose I were to tell that I was in manâs
> clothes (for I was very thin then) which is solemn truth, what would people
> say? So I was in Egypt with the old Countess who liked to see me dressed as
> a man student, âgentleman studentâ she said. Now you understand my
> difficulties? That which would pass with any other as eccentricity, oddity,
> would serve now only to incriminate me in the eyes of the world. Went with
> Dutch vessel because there was no other, I think. Master ordered [me] to go
> to Java for a certain business. There were two whom I suspected always of
> being chelas there. I saw one of them in 1869 at the Mahatmaâs house, and
> recognised him, but he denied.
> 4. âThe incident of the adoption of the child!â I better be hung than
> mention it. Do you know if even withholding names what it would lead to? To
> a hurricane of dirt thrown at me. When I told you that even my own father
> suspected me, and had it not been for the doctorâs certificate would have
> never forgiven me, perhaps. After, he pitied and loved that poor cripple
> child. On reading this book Home, the medium, would be the first one to
> gather the remnant of his strength and denounce me, giving out names and
> things and what not. Well my dear Mr. Sinnett if you would ruin me (though
> it is hardly possible now) we shall mention this âincident.â Do not mention
> any, this is my advice and prayer. I have done too much toward proving and
> swearing it was mineâand have overdone the thing. The doctorâs certificate
> will go for nothing. People will say we bought or bribed the doctor thatâs
> all.
> 5. Yes, returned to relations in Jan. 1860.
> 6. Yes, about â62 went with my sister to Tiflis, left it about â64 and went
> to Servia, travelled about in Karpat all as I explain in my story about the
> Double. The Hospodar was killed in the beginning of 1868 I think (see
> Encylopaedia), when I was in Florence after Mentana and on my way to India
> with Master from Constantinople."
> (H.P.Blavatsky's Letters to A.P. Sinnett, p. 151)
> It seems that at least a part of Blavatsky's training occurred outside of
> Tibet!
> M. Sufilight
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: MKR
> To:
> Sent: Tuesday, February 22, 2011 3:12 PM
> Subject: Re: theos-talk Theosophical Classics: Re: Update on Secret
> Doctrine Commentaries
> HPB traveled in the United States dressed like a male and I am sure it
> worked when she visited Tibet as well.
> On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 7:33 AM, M. Sufilight
> <>wrote:
> >
> >
> > Thanks.
> > I had not read that one by Arthur Lillie.
> >
> > But I do find Arthur Lillie to be more or less ignorant, although he
> > touches some very interesting historical events. His bewilderment about
> > Blavatsky entering Tibet in 1856 - can be cleared by the fact that she
> > passed as a male. She was very thin at that time, and with her looks and
> a
> > bit of magic she succeded. (smile.) I also think something similar is
> > written somewhere by her own hand.
> >
> > M. Sufilight
> >
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Martin
> > To:
> > Sent: Monday, February 21, 2011 11:54 PM
> > Subject: Re: theos-talk Theosophical Classics: Re: Update on Secret
> > Doctrine Commentaries
> >
> > Lol, I just found out Annie Wood Besant is family as well to my family
> (as
> > is
> > Blavatsky), my niece Nathaly Wood, named after the famous N.Wood, is
> > daughter of
> > a Scottish heir. The Wood family took its name in the 17th century after
> my
> > own
> > name 'Tak' which Anglified is Wood...
> > Another thing to read is a maybe unknown writter Arthur Lillie, who wrote
> a
> >
> > interesting book on Blavatsky...found in the digital archives...
> >
> >
> >
> > ________________________________
> > From: MKR <>
> > To:
> > Sent: Mon, February 21, 2011 11:27:22 PM
> > Subject: Re: theos-talk Theosophical Classics: Re: Update on Secret
> > Doctrine
> > Commentaries
> >
> > Also there is the possibility of some one having downloaded the entire
> > website. If so we can retrieve everything.
> >
> > On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 2:29 PM, John W <> wrote:
> >
> > >
> > >
> > > Can you please tell us what were the titles that were on that site as
> > > or DJVU files? I would be able to search for downloads of them
> elsewhere
> > on
> > > the internet using Google. Also, what was the URL of the site that had
> > them?
> > > It may have been archived on , which also hosts
> > > many old out-of-copyright Theosophical books as PDFs or DJVUs.
> > >
> > > John W.
> > >
> > > --- On Mon, 21/2/11, Konstantin Zaitzev <> wrote:
> > > From: Konstantin Zaitzev <>
> > > Subject: theos-talk Theosophical Classics: Re: Update on Secret
> Doctrine
> > > Commentaries
> > > To:
> > > Date: Monday, 21, February, 2011, 8:02 PM
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > --- In, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> > >
> > > Theosophical Classics:
> > >
> > > > Someone had uploaded it some time ago and it was on the net for a
> > >
> > > > couple of days before it was taken down due to copyright violation.
> > >
> > > > I am sure many theosophists have downloaded it before it was taken
> > >
> > > > down and seems to be making rounds.
> > >
> > > Really it was online for several months or even more with many other
> > > copyrighted books but now the site is down.
> > >
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