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Re: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question

Jan 29, 2012 06:30 AM
by M. Sufilight

Dear John

My views are:

You response surprised me.
Let us agree upon that we have no right to demand that people respond in the manner we prefer ourselves.
I sense that my response was not well taken by you - and - that you somehow misunderstand the intentions with my post very much.

Let us be calm and avoid emotional reactions, while we seek the truth.
Let me say, that I am not really interested in an exchange about politics - and - that my previous response merely was taken so to help us all to be aware of the possible role the Masters could have had in 1880-1900 in preventing that Russia invaded Tibet. And the esoteric rules followed by the Masters with regard to the Law of Karma versus - materialistic more or less egoistical politics - seen from an esoteric perspective.

All this about Agvan Dorgiev I will put to rest - that was not my primary focus. I just sought to show you what Alexander Berzin meant about the situation. And to raise the question on what is the truth of the matter - the articles by you - versus - the one by Berzin - who after all has had access to some detailed info on the matter. But I guess you disagree with Berzin's views on this matter - and so be it. And that was simply what I wanted to know. In that sense I thank you for responding.
And - that Agvan Dorgiev clearly (!?) promoting an invasion or similar - and - therefore not possibly could have been directly operating on behalf of the masters KH and Morya  - unless strange "designs" are helpful with regard to the Russia-Tibet issue. (The esoteric force behind the Panchen Lama was not the same as the later Gelugpa invented institution of the political Dalai Lama --- especially also in the 19th century) And I did not tell you or any of us how the Masters did interfer - and towards whom or towards which groups in Russia or other countries they interferred. (And Masters can interfer in many ways not thought of by humans in general.) And that is important to those who known that the Masters are real. To those who question their existence - it is another matter.

The Czar was not the only person who held an opinion about this Russia-Tibet question in 1880-1900. It is on historical record that some of the ministers in Russia held a quite different view about it than the official one by the Czar. The real private view of the Czar about these matters was and is not official you know. (It is well-known that there was a "cold war" between the "19th century super-powers" Russia and Britain in those decades 1870-1900 - Just check the historical documents on this.)

Russian Empire - last half of the 19th century:
"Following Alexander's assassination by the Narodnaya Volya, a Nihilist terrorist organization, in 1881, the throne passed to his son Alexander III (1881â1894), a reactionary who revived the maxim of "Autocracy, Orthodoxy, and Respect to the People" of Nicholas I. A committed Slavophile, Alexander III believed that Russia could be saved from turmoil only by shutting itself off from the subversive influences of Western Europe. In his reign Russia concluded the union with republican France to contain the growing power of Germany, completed the conquest of Central Asia and demanded important territorial and commercial concessions from China."

I think this is telling enough when it is written like this in the Wikipedia about "important territorial and commercial concessions from China.". Russia clearly had expansionist activities going before 1880-1900, and it seemed that they for various reasons partially stopped up after 1881. Only partially. But all this is historical info and most often not all of it is presented without a certain bias no matter who presents it; a bias which is so difficult to avoid, because so many angles and views are involved.

John wrote:
" So what did you respond with? A cut and paste quote of Madame Blavatsky saying her personal opinion of Russia's intention to invade or rule Tibet. "

M. Sufilight says:
It was actually a Mahatma Letter I responded with and not Blavatsky saying anything about Russia. Well unless you think Blavatsky wrote the Mahatma Letter no. 4 by Master KH?
(See here --- 

I, myself merely wrote:
"Only 10-20 years later there was still a Russian plot brewing...."

And from this you seem to conclude that I have all sorts of views which I have not told you anything about. We obvious read the Berzin article differently with emphasis on different angles.
But that is just your view about me. And what can I say to that?

Here is an 1897 map of Tibet with the borders of Russia and India.

Lighten up John... All right?....I am merely concerned with the esoteric role the Masters can be said to have had with regard to politics and the Russia-Tibet issue - esoterically speaking and that Agvan Dorgiev hardly can be said to be one of the Masters associates in this regard - unless we prefer strange "designs".

All the above are just my views. I am not calling myself infallible. I merely seek to help us all....All right?


Eeyore was saying to himself, "This writing business. Pencils, and what-not. Over-rated, if you ask me. Silly stuff. Nothing in it."
Winnie the Pooh

M. Sufilight

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  Sent: Saturday, January 28, 2012 11:18 PM
  Subject: Re: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question



   Well, I do have a few selected views lol! I don't agree with all the cut and paste excerpts you so handily fill the room with since you managed to get the DVD's about Theosophy and Madame Blavatsky, most of which have utterly zero to do with the posted contents by others though you attempt to alledge you are sinc erely responding to their topic . 

    For instance, when I posted about Agvan Dorgiev and Pyotr Badmaev the article's on the webpage quite explicitely detailed that both Czar Alexander II and Czar Nicolas II rejected completely and totally the suggestions put forward by Dorgiev and Badmaev. Their idea's were stopped in their tracks by the decision of the ruling Monarchs, the Czar'sin serial order of succession. 

     So what did you respond with? A cut and paste quote of Madame Blavatsky saying her personal opinion of Russia's intention to invade or rule Tibet. I really can't agree to that proposition even if Madame Blavatsky or the Mahatma's held that view, it is simply false in real history. Where is the historical proof in retrospect of time passed that would in any manner or form since show evidence of Russia advancing into Tibet, not withstanding the fact that Russia has no common border with Tibet then or now and also the explicite well published position of both Czars that they entertained no desire to accomplish such a foreign policy action. 

  I will say one thing and the only thing i know of that possible may cuase on the falsely see that future, it is this: During the times os struggle in Russia counter forces to the Czar became active in the entitys of the Red and White Armys joined against the Ruling Czar, they were defeated but in Younghusbands narratives i f I recall rightly, he said that about 150 of the "White Russian" soldiers has somehow made it to the region of Tibet and found temporary sanctury there from the Czar's troops who  were attempting to round up the scattered Red and Wh ite Army Troops for prosequestion. That is the solitary example of any reason for the Czar to have a serious compelling reason which is nt a major tactical reason at all. 

    I enjoy a real response that really does respond to what I post. BTW, you liberally post many cut and past's to us while you reply back to us  that you don't have the time to read what we all post, isn't that a little self serving and disingenious? 


   I read what Madame Blavatsky is recorded to have said that was in your post  about authority, parliments, oaths, organizations, religions, and that whole bit, but? Where did she get that view from? Well, she was from Little Russia, the Ukraine today and that was the seat of Russian Government under Catherine the Great of Russia then. Russia has a unique long history that inside itself it inculcated certain widely found views shared by all ,even the highest and landed held dear to their loving breasts. It is called "Sobornost" representative of the "Mystical Anarchists"   of Russia who advocated abolition of all external Authorities and all constraints on the individual, government,  and social customs, and they are indifferent to the "Legal Rights" of individuals as merely formal "Freedoms" and opposed "Constitutions" and "Parliments" in favor of the "Sobornost" as a replacement to the prevailing reality's of the West's decadency. An d in terms of Russia's social development early on Sobornost described the structural frame of the collective serfs and farmers.I do find it very easy to see that Madame Blavatsky was, having grown up and known, and having exposure to such common views then (But quite unknown to all of us today, and even back then to most British and Americans) and especially since she read every book in her great great Grandfathers huge wonderful library, and, also knowing what an amazing capacity and curious inquiring mind she possessed that I am close to where it really originated from. Here are  couple of online contents: 


  Sobornost --Wikipedia 




  Sobornost --- Google Search 




   And in retrospect, the projection of "Sobornost" equivacates to the coll ectivity socially of the Russian m asses as an almost irresistable dictate it seems in light of the later revolution's and even today it resurfaces in  our "Now" again. 

  Slavophile ---Wikipedia 


  And--- here is a link that I know will raise your eyebrows lol! In it are named certain names most of us know already with a history you seem very much interested in: 

  The Invisible Basilica History of the Gnostic Catholic Church 


  EGC History 


  and for you enjoyment a couple of Maps that are pleasing and a stimulating read: 

  Georgian Iberia Map --- Wikipedia 


  Caucasus Iberia Albania Map How did modern Albania end up 1405 miles west of where it was? 


  Albania means "White" and the ancient name for it was "Aeria" hmm, Aeria-- Aria - Arya, Great White Arya, (Kaiser, Czar, Caesar, Svar) 

  and you know when you look at the ancient Albania on Google Earth there is almost not citys shown where it is today, but there is one named "Qabala" lol! 

  Have some enjoyment, it is good for the endorfines and the brain chemistry, 















  fr om: "M. Sufilight" <> 
  Sent: Saturday, January 28, 2012 12:09:17 PM 
  Subject: Re: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 


  A few views.... 

  As long as one considers a Posthumous article to constitute an evidence on the authors failure - I will have to disagree. And since you seem to disagre with me on this - what can I say? 

  When people seek to turn black into white and white into black - I think that I know where I stand...oms 

  And I have told this more than once. I think we then just will have to agree to disagree about whether one aught to read the words by Blavatsky litterally or not - and primarily by thes use of scholarly knowledge or not - or instead primarily by the use of Akasa or not. 

  And then there is the present - ordinary - scientific knowledge about the area Bibracte (even ordinary science have found a statue or statuette of the goddess of the same name - the goddess of Bibracte in Autun city - and this aught to tell us all something) - and - the knowledge of the Occultist. 

  Let the ordinary scientist - reject Occultism - but as long as they have not researched and examined whether it exist or not - what kind of scientific advancement are they then promoting? 

  As written in the Secret Doctrine, Vol. I., p. 640: 
  Men of science will say: We deny, because nothing of the kind has ever come within the scope of our experience. But, as argued by Charles Richet, the physiologist: "So be it, but have you at least demonstrated the contrary? . . . Do not, at any rate, deny a priori. Actual Science is not sufficiently advanced to give you such right." ("La suggestion mentale et le calcul des probabilites.") 

  I think I rest my case safely when I say that Occultism and the Esoteric path of the Arhat is a real thing. 
  Simply, because to me, I speak out of knowledge. And let others prove me wrong i they are able to. 

  M. Sufilight 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Govert Schuller 
  Sent: Saturday, January 28, 2012 8:30 PM 
  Subject: RE: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  Dear Morten, 

  The article in question is quite straightforward in its claims. There is not much careful considering of possibilities. It just posits its claims as true with the self-assured confidence of a highly trained expert who is intimately familiar with the subject matter. You might wish she would have been more careful, but she wasnât. 

  From: [mailto: ] On Behalf Of M. Sufilight 
  Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2012 5:52 PM 
  Subject: Re: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  A few views... 
  I think we then just will have to agree to disagree about whether one aught to read the words by Blavatsky litterally or not - and primarily by the use of scholarly knowledge or not - or instead primarily by the use of Akasa or not - and - especially here how one aught to read the text in mention by Blavatsky - and whether an article being published Posthumously should be given as a valid as a proof on Blavatsky's lack of wisdom and knowledge. Maybe the article was written "looking" in Ragon's work - and with the aim of later more careful checking on the Geographical area through the use of the Clairvoyant faculties? But the article never got finished for various reasons. And similar issues. 

  M. Sufilight 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Govert Schuller 
  To: <> 
  Sent: Friday, January 20, 2012 12:38 AM 
  Subject: RE: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  Dear Morten, 

  In all humbleness, I really do not think there is much wiggle room here regarding Celtic architecture (they didnât build amphitheatres); or about archeology (they didnât find Roman structures in Bibracte); or about the location of Autun in relation to Bibracte (they are not at the same spot). There is more wiggle room of course in how to assess HPBâs taking over of Ragonâs mythic claims about Bibracte. To me it looks like myth-making. Maybe there are other explanations, like misreading the Akashic record. 

  From: <> [mailto: <> ] On Behalf Of M. Sufilight 
  Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2012 3:36 PM 
  To: <> 
  Subject: Re: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  Dear Govert and friends 

  My views are: 

  Now that you return my post attempting to refute it - I find myself in need to respond to you - although It might have been more polite on a private email. 

  I think you aught to read my previous post again, and then read the words by Blavatsky just after quite by Ragon. 

  Govert you write on your website (Note: some excellent photos is omitted here on the forum): 
  "From what I read so far Ragonâs claims made about Bibracte are quite erroneous or, in H.P.B.âs words, âutterly incorrectâ, as she qualified an other of his claims. Bibracte was a fortified hill-town and none of the grand structures, which Ragon writes about, were ever erected there. It looks like, and he is not the only one, that he confused Bibracte with the nearby town of Autun, which does have a big Roman amphitheatre, though it âonlyâ seats 17.000, and has a temple dedicated to Janus." 
  "The problem here is that Autun did not exist before Caesarâs time as it was founded in Augustusâ reign replacing Bibracte as the capital of the Aedui. The other problem is that Ragon ascribes to the Celts feats of architecture and pastimes which are distinctly Roman and were quite out of reach for the more simple Celts." 
  "It looks like H.P.B. was a little careless in taking over wholesale these claims by Ragon about Bibracte, even while she was aware of Ragonâs shortcomings as a historian as she warned her readers that â[h]owever learned and erudite, some of the chronological mistakes of that author are very great.â 

  What has to be done is to sort out in more detail all the claims and think through the possible implications of the findings, especially addressing the question whether H.P.B. was unto something, but was incorrect in certain details, or if she was constructing her own mythic historiography by selectively appropriating Ragonâs Masonic (mis-)construals of history. 

  One way or another the gap of cognitive dissonance between the Blavatskyan, emic, esoteric perception of history and the etic, scientific perception of history has to be bridged. 

  Govert Schuller 
  Wheaton, July, 2009" 

  When you write that "The problem here is that Autun did not exist before Caesarâs time as it was founded in Augustusâ reign replacing Bibracte as the capital of the Aedui. ---- and compare this sentence with what Blavatsky said in the article in mention after the quote by Ragon - namely: "The once majestic city, Bibractis, has now become Autun" --- I think it is you who aught to listen to Blavatsky's words and not your own. - The problem about the Celts architecture forwarded by Ragon - might be true - it might not - it depends on who deep Archaeologist have excavated beneath various tons of soil - at the proper places - in the region of Bibracte (Autun). Because Bibracte was certainly inhabited farther back in time. That is at least logical to me. - So I suggest, that we do not draw too hasty - scholarly - ordinary scientific conclusion based on - a lack of reading the Akasa. Do you not think so? 

  "While Sacrovirâchief of the Gauls, who revolted against Roman despotism under Tiberius, and was defeated by Silius in the year 21 of our eraâwas burning himself alive with his fellow conspirators on a funeral pyre before the gates of the city, as Ragon tells us, the latter was sacked and plundered, and all her treasures of literature on the Occult Sciences perished by fire. The once majestic city, Bibractis, has now become Autun, Ragon explains." 

  Blavatsky said: "The once majestic city, Bibractis, has now become Autun" 
  This cannot imply what you say is true - if you read what Blavatsky actually are saying. 

  And besides this - the arcticle by Blavatsky was a POSTHUMOUSLY published article. So I suggest, that you consider this Govert - before you throw the Old Lady down with shcolarly conclusions and wishfukl thinking. I am saying this knowing very well, that you are well-intentioned in what you have written and in your research - just like most of the members on this forum are. 
  So I would not draw such hasty - conclusions Govert. All right? 

  But maybe I have overlooked something? 
  I will gladly welcome another view telling me I am wrong - if it is able to document its case and not only forward assertions so to put Blavatsky down. 
  After all --- We can only learn. 

  Alle the above are of course only views. Written in the best friendliness of the word. 

  M. Sufilight 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Govert Schuller 
  To: <> <> 
  Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2012 7:50 PM 
  Subject: RE: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  Regarding the issue of Bibracte and Autun: 

  Bibracte did not âbecomeâ Autun by merely a change of name. Bibracte was a relatively simple, fortified Celtic village on a hill-top. Autun was a Roman town later established, 40 miles away from Bibracte, by the Romans. Ragon and HPB quite erroneously conflated the two. I tried to extract her from this error by some ingenious constructs, but failed, and had to conclude that HPB in this case was just wrong. Sorry. 

  The implications of this error are as follows: 

  1) HPB did not have in this case a superior understanding of history than 19th century historians or Ragon, though she claims to have the âdramatic goodsâ on the real story of Bibracte and its esoteric relevance for the deep history of the TS. 

  2) It is possible that the error might not just be an innocent slip, but a deliberate act of myth-making. 

  3) If it was an act of myth-making then the meme of the Centennial Effort becomes questionable. 

  Bibracte: Last Center of Celtic Occultism? 

  < > 

  From: <> <> [mailto: <> <> ] On Behalf Of M. Sufilight 
  Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 9:08 PM 
  To: <> <> 
  Subject: Re: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  Dear Govert and friends 

  My views are: 

  Thanks. Interesting reply. 

  I am not sure why the authors you mentioned should be important. A number of the seem merely to be more or less ordinary scholars or almost. 
  I have read info on some of the authors and also some of their books. 

  Why not go for the sources mentioned by Blavatsky with regard to the 100 year cycle and cycles in general? 

  You have a link to an article named "The Centennial Cycle" by David Reigle on your website about the 100 year cycle...What about it?------- 
  I think by the way that Autun was called Bibicrate in the old days - so Blavatsky was not wrong at all, that is - in that sense. Bibicrate was also a Goddess bwfore the later name of the town called Autun. - Blavatsky said: "The once majestic city, Bibractis, has now become Autun" in the named article just after the quote from Ragon...So I do think your judgement is not quite fair in this regard? - I do not hope you mind me mentioning it.... 

  David Reigle wrote in "The Centennial Cycle" in his defence of the 100 year cycle mentioned by Blavatsky: 
  "We may therefore consider again the idea that the coming 
  of Tibetan Buddhism to the West was the Arhatâs attempt to 
  enlighten the white barbarians for the twentieth century." 

  M. Sufilight says: 
  But where was the "Torch-bearer" giving irrefutable proof on the Science of Gupta-Vidya? 

  No-where in David Reigles book - it seems. Unless he thinks that "that the coming 
  of Tibetan Buddhism to the West" has given irrefutable proof on the Science of Gupta-Vidya. 
  I think they have not. But I am open for info - if any one can show me the evidence on this. 

  Maybe the programe was changed - or - no "Torch-bearer" of the mentioned kind arrived? - Or the torch-bearer was Alice A. Bailey - but she can hardly be accused of givning irrefutable proof on the Science of Gupta-Vidya either in the book A Treatise on Cosmic Fire (given to be written by the Torch-bearer Alice A. Bailey (and her later disclosed Master D.K.)...) 
  Each Seeker has his or her belief or asserted knowledge....But what about actual and genuine knowledge and irrefutable proof on the Science of Gupta-Vidya? 

  The gathering or outpouring of new spiritual activity mentioned to take place every 100 years or so - could it - bsides humanity's karma - have something to do with the Sun-spots - and Blavatsky's words...... 

  H. P. Blavatsky wrote: 
  " This, Science will not deny, since Astronomy knows of the fixed cycle of eleven years when the number of solar spots increases, * which is due to the contraction of the Solar HEART" 
  "* Not only does it not deny the occurrence, though attributing it to a wrong cause, as always, each theory contradicting every other, (see the theories of Secchi, of Faye, and of Young), the spots depending on the superficial accumulation of vapours cooler than the photosphere (?), etc., etc., but we have men of science who astrologize upon the spots. Professor Jevons attributes all the great periodical commercial crises to the influence of the Sun spots every eleventh cyclic year. (See his "Investigations into Currency and Finance.") This is worthy of praise and encouragement surely." 

  All the above are however just my views. I just wrote them so to if possible to help you and other readers. 

  M. Sufilight 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Govert Schuller 
  To: <> <> <> 
  Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 9:39 PM 
  Subject: RE: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  From the pov of the history of ideas applied to HPBâs Theosophy there are many sources which can be consulted, some better than others. One of the great studies is Godwinâs âThe Theosophical Enlightenment.â Then we have of course the work by K Paul Johnson, Deveney, Martin Brauen, Santucci, Olaf Hammer and others in the academic realm. Then youâll have to incorporate some findings by HPBâs skeptical biographers like Meade and Williams. And very carefully one will have to revaluate the use of the outright detractors like the Coulombs, Hodgson, Solofyoff, Coleman and plenty of others. Another source of HPB might have been the genre of Gothic literature with Bulwer-Lytton as the most important writer. Then you have to look at HPBâs precursors and contemporaries like Higgins, Kardec, A.J. Davis, and very importantly Emma Hardinge Britten. 

  From: <> <> <> [mailto: <> <> <> ] On Behalf Of M. Sufilight 
  Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 7:09 PM 
  To: <> <> <> 
  Subject: Re: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  Dear Govert 

  My views are: 

  The below words is a different post and an extension of the post mentioned with the 11 still unfinished pages, where I compared the candidates with each other, in the name of comparative studying. 

  Govert wrote: 
  "Iâm now more interested how that idea (and ideal) came 
  historically into being, how it was disseminated and how HPB ran with it and 
  presented her own version." 

  M. Sufilight says: 
  Interesting. Are there any info at all on this from other authors in the past? 

  I found this one apparently written by you: 

  A few words about the above PDF-file: 
  About J. Krishnamurti I would say Successful in his world and among his followers. But he failed as Avatar (World Teacher) on a more global scale. As an ordinary "Torch-bearer", he did not give Irrefutable Proof on the science on Gupta-Vidya - more than many other contemporary teachers did. And I think this last sentence can be documented. But as I said - it depends on how people understand the term "Irrefutable Proof on the science on Gupta-Vidya". No doubt the term aught to be defined as Blavatsky did - as the science on Atma-Vidya (Gupta-Vidya or Greek Gnosis - and this is an esoteric and exoteric psychological doctrine and a philosophical one as well, also known as Occult teachings - and Secret Knowledge and more). And this implies - a proof on Atma-Vidya as a Science, not as a mere belief, as I see it, analogically on various levels of existence, - just like Blavatsky sought to give a proof on the fact that physical matter is not dead matter - and that all and everything is alive. The proof must therefore logically deal with the Science on Psychology within the Atma-Vidya science - through Altruism of the heart. Well as I see it. More documentation is sought by given the below quotes. 

  In the below I have "excavated" a number (not all of them) of the relevant quotes on how Blavatsky actually defined the term Gupta-Vidya (ie. Atma-Vidya and Greek Gnosis - as is shown in the below quotes.) There are more info on for instance the term "Gnosis" in Blavatsky's Collected Writings. There are other terms used by Blavatsky than these...She delibarately used several terms for the same idea? - so to make it more difficult for the readers to understand - but certainly also so to awaken the intuition - as she mentioned in the beginning of the Secret Doctrine...More ordinary systematic philosophical written teachings most often merely awaken the intellect. 

  I am, after the quotes, making a conclusion on why the Science of Psychology necessarily one way or the other must play a Key role in all these things...with regard to the Science of Gupta-Vidya...well as I see it. 

  H. P. Blavatsky wrote: 
  "Atma-Vidya," or the true Spiritual and Divine wisdom" (SD. Vol. I. p. 169) 
  "And how many are capable of bringing themselves to even a superficial comprehension of Atma-Vidya (Spirit-Knowledge), or what is called by the Sufis, Rohanee! " (SD. Vol. I. p. 199) 
  " Hence Esoteric philosophy passes over the necessarianism of this purely metaphysical conception, and calls the first one, only, the Ever Existing. This is the view of every one of the six great schools of Indian philosophyâthe six principles of that unit body of WISDOM of which the "gnosis," the hidden knowledge, is the seventh." 
  (SD. Vol. I. p. 278 - Gnosis is Gupta-Vidya as later quotes will show the readers.) 

  "Gupta Vidya (secret knowledge)" (SD. Vol. I. p. 498) 

  ........."and in true OCCULTISM."... "This last word is certainly misleading, translated as it stands from the compound word Gupta-Vidya, âSecret Knowledge.â But the knowledge of what? Some of the Sanskrit terms may help us." 
  "ATMA-VIDYA, a term which is translated simply âknowledge of the Soul,â true Wisdom by the Orientalists, but which means far more. 
  This last is the only kind of Occultism that any theosophist who admires Light on the Path, and who would be wise and unselfish, ought to strive after." 
  "All the others may be mastered and results obtained, whether good, bad, or indifferent; but Atma-Vidya sets small value on them. It includes them all and may even use them occasionally, but it does so after purifying them of their dross, for beneficent purposes, and taking care to deprive them of every element of selfish motive. Let us explain: any man or woman can set himself or herself to study one or all of the above specified âOccult Artsâ without any great previous preparation, and even without adopting any too restraining mode of life. One could even dispense with any lofty standard of morality. In the last case, of course, ten to one the student would blossom into a very decent kind of sorcerer, and tumble down headlong into black magic." 
  "For we say it again, hypnotism and vivisection as practised in such schools, are Sorcery pure and simple, minus a knowledge that the Voodoos and Dugpas enjoy, and which no Charcot-Richet can procure for himself in fifty years of hard study and experimental observation. Let then those who will dabble in magic, whether they understand its nature or not, but who find the rules imposed upon students too hard, and who, therefore, lay Atma-Vidya or Occultism asideâgo without it." 
  .......and directly leading to....... 
  "Let them know at once and remember always, that true Occultism or Theosophy is the âGreat Renunciation of SELF,â unconditionally and absolutely, in thought as in action. It is ALTRUISM, and it throws him who practises it out of calculation of the ranks of the living altogether. âNot for himself, but for the world, he lives,â as soon as he has pledged himself to the work. Much is forgiven during the first years of probation. But, no sooner is he âacceptedâ than his personality must disappear, and he has to become a mere beneficent force in Nature." 
  "This is the Gate of the Occult arts, practised for selfish motives and in the absence of the restraining and beneficent influence of ATMA-VIDYA. We are in the Kali Yuga and its fatal influence is a thousand-fold more powerful in the West than it is in the East; hence the easy preys made by the Powers of the Age of Darkness in this cyclic struggle, and the many delusions under which the world is now labouring. " 

  "It is written in an old book of occult studies: 
  âGupta-Vidyà (Secret Science) is an attractive sea, but stormy and full of rocks. The navigator who risks himself thereon, if he be not wise and full of experience,* will be swallowed up, wrecked upon one of the thousand submerged reefs. " 
  " The gnosis preceded that era, for it was the direct continuation of the Gupta-Vidyà (âsecret knowledgeâ or âknowledge of Brahmanâ) of ancient India, transmitted through Egypt; just as the theurgy of the Philaletheians was the continuation of the Egyptian mysteries. In any case, the point from which this diabolic magic starts, is the Supreme Divinity; its end and final goal, the union of the divine spark which animates man with the parent-flame which is the Divine All." 
  "We are accused of mystery, and we are reproached with making a secret of the higher Theosophy. We confess that the doctrine which we call gupta-vidyà (secret science) is only for the few. But who were the masters in ancient times who did not keep their teachings secret, for fear they would be profaned?" 
  "That Gnosis represents the aggregate of all the sciences, the accumulated knowledge [savoir] of all the gods and demi-gods incarnated in former times upon the earth. There are some who would like to see in these the fallen angels and the enemy of mankind; those sons of God who, seeing that the daughters of men were fair, took them for wives and imparted to them all the secrets of heaven and earth. Let them do so. We believe in AvatÃras and in divine dynasties, in an epoch when there were in fact âgiants upon the earth,â but we emphatically repudiate the idea of âfallen angelsâ and of Satan and his army. 
  âWhat then is your religion or your belief?â we are asked. âWhat is your favourite study?â 

  âTRUTH,â we reply. Truth wherever we find it; for, like Ammonius Saccas, our great ambition would be to reconcile the different religious systems, to help each one to find the truth in his own religion, while obliging him to recognize it in that of his neighbour. What matters the name if the thing itself is essentially the same?" 
  "Theosophy being the way that leads to Truth, in every religion as in every science, occultism is, so to say, the touchstone and universal solvent." 
  "In the T.S. every Fellow is at liberty to study what he pleases, provided he does not venture into unknown paths which would of a certainty lead him to black magic, the sorcery against which Ãliphas LÃvi so openly warned the public. The occult sciences are dangerous for him who understands them imperfectly. Anyone who gave himself to their practice ALONE would run the risk of becoming insane and those who study them would do well to unite in small groups of from three to seven. These groups ought to be of uneven numbers in order to have more power; a group, however little cohesion it may possess, forming a single united body, wherein the senses and perceptions of the single units complement and mutually help each other, one member supplying to another the quality in which he is wantingâsuch a group will always end by becoming a perfect and invincible body. âUnion is strength.â " -------------- !!!!!!!! 
  "* The meaning of the word Vidyà can only be rendered by the Greek term gnosis, the knowledge of hidden and spiritual things; or again, the knowledge of Brahma, that is to say, of the God that contains all the gods. " (Uppercase added on the word "alone" in the above by M. Sufilight.) 

  "But the Upanishads and the Kabbalah require for their complete understanding a key, and the latter can be found only in the hands of the âinitiatedâ Adepts of the Gupta-VidyÃ, the secret science, i.e., the authors of the books on the VedÃnta.*" 
  "* As a proof of the fact that it is precisely in the Upanishads that we have to look for the source of all the succeeding systems of philosophy of Asia Minor and Europe."......."The great teachers of this highest knowledge are not Brahmans but Kshatriyas, and Brahmans are continually represented as going to the great Kshatriya kings (especially Janaka of Videha), to become their pupils" 
  (Ie. Buddhism, Vedanta, Krishna-religions, etc. etc. all have their origin from the Upanishads one way or the other..:! Even so the Upanishads are not the oldest system and the present versions needs a key to be understood completely.) 

  "As a name, Gnosticism is derived from the Greek gnosis (, âknowledge,â more specifically spiritual knowledge or esoteric wisdom, a knowledge not attainable by ordinary intellectual processes, and only to be gained by mystical enlightenment or the awakening of the Buddhic elements in man." 
  (---elsewhere by Blavatsky also: "True Christianity, died with the Gnosis.") 


  M. Sufilight says: 
  Now the last quote in the below is very interesting - to me - and contain some of the main the views and aims I am constantly seeking to get across, ...with regard to any "Torch-bearer" teachings on the Science (not belief) on Gupta-Vidya (ie. Atma-Vidya or Greek Gnosis, see quotes in the above...) And I seek to do this from my heart, well-meaningly, seeking to help us all....although my use of words and choice of words might be problematic to some from time to time....perhaps mostly those who are intolerant in their altruism. Esoteric Psychology from the heart - also self-consciousness of the heart - in a sense a doctrine on Transpersonal Psychology of the heart, if I may use such an expression, and similar ones. As said in the below - prejudice - has to be removed. 

  "Useless to say that we decline the compromise. It is quite possibleâânay, probable and almost unavoidableââthat âthe mistakes madeâ in the rendering of such abstruse metaphysical tenets as those contained in Eastern Occultism, should be âfrequent and often important.â But then all such have to be traced back to the interpreters, not to the system itself. They have to be corrected on the authority of the same Doctrine, checked by the teachings grown on the rich and steady soil of Gupta Vidya, not by the speculations that blossom forth today, to die tomorrowââon the shifting sands of modern scientific guesswork, especially in all that relates to psychology and mental phenomena. Holding to our motto, âThere is no religion higher than truth,â we refuse most decidedly to pander to physical science. Yet, we may say this: If the so-called exact sciences limited their activity only to the physical realm of nature; if they concerned themselves strictly with surgery, chemistryââup to its legitimate boundaries, and with physiology so far as the latter relates to the structure of our corporeal frame, then the Occultists would be the first to seek help in modern sciences, however many their blunders and mistakes. But once that overstepping material Nature the physiologists of the modern âanimalisticâ* school pretend to meddle with, and deliver ex cathedra dicta on, the higher functions and phenomena of the mind, saying that a careful analysis brings them to a firm conviction that no more than the animal is man a free agent, far less a responsible oneââthen the Occultist has a far greater right than the average modern âIdealistâ to protest. And the Occultist asserts that no materialistââa prejudiced and one-sided witness at bestââcan claim any authority in the question of mental physiology, or that which is now called by him the physiology of the soul. No such noun can be applied to the word âsoul,â unless, indeed, by soul only the lower, psychic mind is meant, or that which develops in man (proportionally with the perfection of his brain) into intellect, and in the animal into a higher instinct. But since the great Charles Darwin taught that âour ideas are animal motions of the organ of senseâ everything becomes possible to the modern physiologist. 
  Thus, to the great distress of our scientifically inclined Fellows, it is once more Luciferâs duty to show how far we are at loggerheads with exact science, or shall we say, how far the conclusions of that science are drifting away from truth and fact. By âscienceâ we mean, of course, the majority of the men of science; the best minority, we are happy to say, is on our side, at least as far as free will in man and the immateriality of the mind are concerned. The study of the âPhysiologyâ of the Soul, of the Will in man and of his higher Consciousness from the standpoint of genius and its manifesting faculties, can never be summarized into a system of general ideas represented by brief formulae; no more than the psychology of material nature can have its manifold mysteries solved by the mere analysis of its physical phenomena. There is no special organ of will, any more than there is a physical basis for the activities of self-consciousness." 

  "But if the question is further pressed as to the physical basis for the activities of self-consciousness, no answer can be given or even suggested. From its very nature, that marvelous verifying actus of mind in which it recognizes itself as the subject of its own states, and also recognizes the states as its own, can have no analogous or corresponding material substratum. It is impossible to specify any physiological process representing this unifying actus; it is even impossible to imagine how the description of any such process could be brought into intelligible relation with this unique mental power.* 

  Thus, the whole conclave of psycho-physiologists may be challenged to correctly define Consciousness, and they are sure to fail because Self-consciousness belongs alone to man and proceeds from the SELF, the higher Manas. Only, whereas the psychic element (or Kama-manas)â is common to both the animal and the human beingââthe far higher degree of its development in the latter resting merely on the great perfection and sensitiveness of his cerebral cellsââno physiologist, not even the cleverest, will ever be able to solve the mystery of the human mind, in its highest spiritual manifestation, or in its dual aspect of the psychic and the noÃtic (or the manasic),â or even to comprehend the intricacies of the former on the purely material planeââunless he knows something of, and is prepared to admit the presence of this dual element. This means that he would have to admit a lower (animal), and a higher (or divine) mind in man, or what is known in Occultism as the âpersonalâ and the âimpersonalâ Egos. For, between the psychic and the noÃtic, between the Personality and the Individuality, there exists the same abyss as between a âJack the Ripper,â and a holy Buddha. Unless the physiologist accepts all this, we say, he will ever be led into a quagmire. We intend to prove it." 

  M. Sufilight says: 
  The above was written in 1890, when the old lady probably knew she was not going to live many days more - This is among the strongest indications or clear presentations by Blavatsky on that the Science on Psychology - necessarily will have to be dealt with when learning about the Science of Gupta-Vidya !!! - Esoteric Psychology primarily of course. Not without understand basic exoteric psychological knowledge of today - how can one claim real Knowledge of Esoteric Psychology?) 

  Therefore, as I see it, one could easily be lead to call the Science (not belief) of Atma-Vidya (Gupta-Vidya) - secret knowledge on Altruism - or - better the Science (not belief) on Heartflow-Psychology of the Self (Atma) to use a more down to earth expression, which perhaps i more easily understood. And this last term is based on all the above quotes.- The Science of Gupta-Vidya is as Blavatsky said "the awakening of the Buddhic elements in man". (Se quote in the above.) - And this is an important statement ! ---- Because as I understand it - and I am not alone in this - the awakening of the Buddhic element - and the proof of its existence - can only occur through a psychological change in individual - through the heart of compassion and altruism, and knowledge of the science of Psychology - esoterical and exoterical. And the Science of Psychology is the cornerstone in proving this --- primarily in the esoterical sense of course. (Also: "But as the Gnosis is the Science pertaining to our Higher Self, as blind faith is a matter of temperament and emotionalism" BCW. Vol. XIV, p. 304) ---- It has been proven in many instances - that among the use of written material - Zen Koans, fairytales, short stories, proverbs, fables, or as in Blavatsky Secret Doctrine - myths and legends - are far better instruments in provoking the theosophical exoerience in the Seeker - or what we call the awakening of the Buddhic Element in man - Atma-Vidya. Mere intellecutalizing of the whole affair is only a premilinary step - as well as psychological knowledge - self-consciousness. Yet, even so there are many varied methods - which can be used, and combinations of allegories and systematic teachings can also be helpful.. 

  I wrote it so that you, Govert and others might be able to find it useful - in giving an even better evaluating J. Krishnamurti's role with regard to Gupta-Vidya teachings. And perhaps one from the above quotes will understand that J. Krishnamurti's solitude path is not - quite adequate enough. But again all the above in this post - are of course just my humble views - and I will gladly welcome - something that can improve it - also while showing me wrong in my views. 

  All wrong-doing arises because of mind. 
  If mind is transformed can wrong-doing remain? 
  - The Buddha 

  M. Sufilight 
  (True love has no limits.And is always tolerant.) 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Govert Schuller 
  To: <> <> <> <> 
  Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 10:08 PM 
  Subject: RE: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  Dear Morten, 

  Thanks for your relative short answer. 8^) 

  Your thoughts are your own here and Iâm not in the position, time-wise, to 
  debate them. 

  I did develop some criteria by which to recognize either the torch-bearer 
  and/or the 20th century effort and evaluated different candidates according 
  to the criteria. Will share that later. 

  At this moment Iâm not looking for any irrefutable proof for the, or a, 
  Gupta-Vidya. Iâm now more interested how that idea (and ideal) came 
  historically into being, how it was disseminated and how HPB ran with it and 
  presented her own version. 



  From: <> <> <> <> [mailto: <> <> <> <> ] On 
  Behalf Of M. Sufilight 
  Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 6:32 AM 
  To: <> <> <> <> 
  Subject: Re: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  Dear Govert anf friends 

  My views are: 

  I am a bit late with a least more than usual... 

  I am contemplating an longer answer than this one as we speak. I have 
  written 11 pages answering your a, b and c, but I have cut it short in the 
  below. It takes some time to reach a clear conclusion - there are so many 
  angles to consider you know - and also because I am in a learning proces. 
  I think views differ on who fits the bill best with regard to the so-called 
  "Torch-bearer" title mentioned by Blavatsky in her book the Secret Doctrine, 
  vol. I, p. xxxviii. 

  The likely candidates are among the most often mentioned the following: 
  Whether it was J. Krishnamurti (d. 1986), Alice A. Bailey (d. 1949), S. 
  Subramania Iyer (d. 1924) and his Avatar. 
  Ananda Tara Shan (claimed to be Blavatsky re-incarnated...I doubt it.) (d. 
  2002), Sathya Sai Baba (d. 2011) or another possible candidate (just name 
  one and I will add the person) ...will as a minimum have to be compared 
  before we reach a more clear picture on this...Well as I see it. 

  First. With regard to the "Torch-Bearer" idea - the main focus is, as I see 
  it, to always keep in mind that Altruism is the core of the matter here, And 
  that Altruism, as I see it for logical reasons, never will succeed in being 
  promoted without a Psychological Change - ie. Psychological Knowledge - and 
  therefore also awareness about the Science on Psychology (exoteric and 
  esoteric) and the Science Subtle Mind Control - especially within religions 
  - ie. taking into account whether one promotes a sectarian or non-sectarian 
  doctrine - for instance a doctrine about a "Torch-bearer". Both are Sciences 
  - not beliefs. And this is also important. --- So I am not about to seek to 
  promote one or another Guru for the readers in this post - using ann 
  approach which is not taking the Science of Subtle Mind Control into account 
  - when answering your interesting post Govert. It think thÃs is important to 

  And because of this - the angle - used to approach the issue discussed - 
  "Torch-bearer" or Maitreya or not - one aught therefore as I see it - to 
  take the Science of Subtle Mind Control into account - and - avoid the risk 
  of promoting one of the usual personality cults which - perhaps -could be 
  emanating from such an exchange like the present one we have. Because it 
  must also be true - that each individuals view about the issue - certainly 
  might differ because of their own level of being Subtly Mind Controlled --- 
  or not. And since it is subtle - each of us - might be victim of it without 
  actually being aware of it. So I will keep these preliminary points into 
  account when we I proceed. I will mentioned and name some of the Authors on 
  the Science of Subtle Mind Control within ordinary science and spiritual 
  science when asked about. 

  My humble conclusion is - that all the above mentioned Candidates - did a 
  poor job on the explaining the Science of Subtle Mind Control. But maybe 
  that was not their task - karmically speaking - who actually knows? 
  Almost none of the above candidates gave the Irrefutable proof on the 
  science called Gupta-Vidya (ie. Atma-Vidya). Perhaps Sai Baba fits the bill 
  better than any other candidate. But then again - either he was the greatest 
  conman in the last century or else he was the greatest Occulist - with 
  regard to be showing signs on Extra Sensory Preseption. Most people would 
  oppose this. I would not say that J. Krishnamurti taught more than Sai Baba 
  on the science of Atma-Vidya - and - others in the Alice A. Bailey camp 
  would claim that Alice A. Bailey did so - despite some of us find this view 

  --- Union is Strength or Solitude is Strength - that is a vital question? 
  And J. Krishnamurti was, as I see it, more or less clumsy in teaching the 
  doctrine forwarded by Blavatsky on why the TS was founded: Union is Strength 
  when one promote altruism (!!!) He seemed to have taught - Solitude is 
  strength instead, (An odd doctrine to promote by an alleged World Teacher of 
  the Age. - Any comments?). - The actual truth is - BOTH - extrovert and 
  introvert is strength. Simple logic tells us this. One could say that the TS 
  for various reasons - being non-sectarian and all - to a certain extend 
  omitted that part of the equation called solitude. J. Krishnamurti omitted 
  the idea that Union is strength. - Guru's are crutches and similar oneliners 
  coming from his mouth. - But I give the Theosophical Society the upper hand 
  here - because it was also said, that not all belong as members of the 
  Society, and, that, altruism sometimes is best promoted in solitude. And on 
  top of that this was only mentioned by some members of the Theosophical 
  Society, which ORIGINALLY was an Absolutely Non-sectarian Society - with no 
  Solitude Guru - who reject all other Guru's or crutches but his own voice - 
  or at least was so clumsy as to give the expression that this was his 
  message. And that all spiritual organisations in fact was more or less no 
  good - mere sects and all. - And then afterwards he went and created hos - 
  own - so to speak Sectarian - Childrens Schools with the other hand - just 
  to in his last years of his life to end up in a trial with his best friend 
  Rajagopal - on rather trivial matters - compared to a geuine Avatar - 
  consciousness - or even that of a Master. 

  But what is it to give Irrefutable proof on Gupta-Vidya (ie. Atma-Vidya)??? 
  I think when this is agreed upon - some of the above mentioned candidates 
  will vanish - if not all of them. And your questions a, b, and c - will be 
  more easy to answer. 
  And Blavatsky did not say that the "Torch-bearer" inevitably would arrive, 
  (See Sd. Vol. I, p. xxxviii). 
  So what is the answer among the readers - and - you Govert on Gupta-Vidya 
  and what is "Irrefutable proof", in what sense is it to be understood? 

  M. Sufilight 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Govert Schuller 
  To: <> <> <> <> <> 
  Sent: Saturday, January 14, 2012 7:49 PM 
  Subject: RE: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  Dear Morton, 

  Thanks for your long reply. I'll try to be brief. Keep in mind that the big 
  questions in this matter are a) whether the project/program with K was 
  genuine or not, b) whether it was successful or not (with the chance of it 
  being not genuine but still successful), and I'll add c) whether HPB's 
  Torch-bearer prophecy/program was genuine or not (with the possibility that 
  the program was one of HPB's concoctions but found a surprising fulfillment 
  in K). 

  For starters, the following statements would be in support of the idea that 
  HPB's program was genuine, that it was implemented with K and somehow 

  1) The words "World Teacher" or "Messiah" to designate the expected 
  "Torch-bearer of Truth" are not mine but were used by CWL and AB. One 
  Theosophist (Jean Overton Fuller) argued that the project with K was genuine 
  but that the CWL/AB accretions were unnecessary and were legitimately tossed 
  out by K. 

  2) You posit that the Torch-bearer, to be genuine and acceptable in 
  your conceptualization, should have taught a psychological key promoting 
  psychological change, non-sectarianism and altruism. One could argue that 
  Krishnamurti's mature teachings fits the bill quite nicely and is quite free 
  from "any more or less emotional-wave related Savior sectarian doctrine." 

  3) K himself, being arguably the ultimate insider of the whole saga, 
  claimed in a somewhat puzzling and indirect manner the status of being the 
  expected Torch-bearer of Truth. He said: "Mrs. Besant intended the land at 
  Adyar [the T.S. international headquarters] to be meant for the teaching. 
  The Theosophical Society has failed, the original purpose is destroyed." I 
  argue in my paper on K that this statement is structurally congruent with 
  HPB's Torch-bearer program for the TS. 

  4) Nobody else has come as close as K to fulfill HPB's Torch-bearer 

  There are other sets of statements to be made from different positions. I 
  have argued for a long time that the project with K was genuine but had 
  failed and that Cyril Scott, David Anrias, Geoffrey Hodson and Elizabeth 
  Clare Prophet had the correct evaluation of what had gone wrong. The 
  skeptical position in regards to HPB would put the whole narrative into 
  question as a series of concoctions, delusions and manipulations, a 
  perspective I'm seriously exploring. 



  From: <> <> <> <> <> 
  [mailto: <> <> <> <> <> ] 
  Behalf Of M. Sufilight 
  Sent: Friday, January 13, 2012 4:19 PM 
  To: <> <> <> <> <> 
  Subject: Re: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  Dear Govert and friends 

  My views are: 

  I will here in the below seek to help you in understanding my view on the 
  matter by writing at least a few pages on it all. 
  I also write so that other Seekers might benefit from it all. (I can only 
  recommend a research in the references given.) 

  I understand that you forward this as a proof on you assertion. 
  But, I think that you misjudge the old lady - Blavatsky - a bit when you go 
  and interpret this as if such a "torch-bearer" should be a Messiah or World 
  Teacher - let alone named Maitreya or Christ. Because this was not the words 
  - chosen by Blavatsky, but the words chosen by you it seems. And I am sure 
  that Blavatsky would have chosen at different kind of formulation if she 
  meant what you clearly seem to imply. 
  And the below quotes from her hand - should settle this question clearly and 
  strongly enough.(Annie Besant's views are merely her own - I am not aware of 
  any documentation supporting her claim that Blavatsky had such a view as her 
  own - as stated in the footnote - and nothing is - clearly - mentioned by 
  Blavatsky and others about that the MAIN reason for founding the 
  Theosophical Society was to prepare for a Messiah --- The Original Objects 
  given in 1875 is here: --- "no 
  creed to disseminate"...etc. etc.) 

  The "torch-bearer" in mention - would therefore as I see it simply be a 
  Bodhisattva or one of the initiated Chelas, who would be chosen for such a 
  task. A role she claimed for Cagliostro and the Count St. Germain in the 
  18th century. (See primarily "Chelas And Lay Chelas" by Blavatsky) And her 
  self no doubt in the 19th century. The one claimed to have --- possibly --- 
  arrived in the 20th century - I have not discovered yet, although I have my 
  ideas. But the teachings must have dealt with the science on psychology - in 
  a very profound manner, and seven-fold too. More in the below on this. 

  We aught to bear in mind - that such a one only would arrive according to 
  Blavatsky --- "If the present attempt, in the form of our Society, succeeds 
  better than 
  its predecessors have done" ---- We can easily question whether is has 
  succeeded better or not. And aught perhaps to do so. 

  (((----- Other reference related to all the above are the following: --- 
  BCW, Vol. 1 p. 141 --- and --- BCW, Vol. 12. p. 81, "Kenneth MacKenzie has 
  well proven that Cagliostro had never mixed himself up with political 
  intrigue-the very soul of the activities of the Jesuits." ----this one was 
  for the Alice A. Bailey camp --- See Mahatma LETTER No. LXV --- See also 
  "Theosophical Glossary", 1892 at "St. Germain" - the second world war 
  predicted by Blavatsky and John King's portrait did it as well - - with the Swastica and 
  Jew Star and all. The Law of Karma will not bend, and the negative magicians 
  have their fall. But these are my views, and somebody will say that I 
  interpret too much in alle this. -----))) 

  The teaching forwarded by such a "Torch-bearer" (not a Messiah mind you) in 
  mention, would no doubt give emphasis on the Psychological Key to the Secret 
  Doctrine of all ages - also as a natural result a doctrine giving emphasis 
  on Atma-Vidya (Gupta-Vidya, the same). Also called the "mystical" or moral 
  key - the first key that need to be turned - Because there cannot be any 
  real Altruism promoted without a PSYCHOLOGICAL CHANGE in the Individual. 
  This must be clear. And since 1888 - the Science of Psychology (therefore 
  both esoteric and exoteric !!!) has made its - slowly and almost invisible - 
  almost "french" entree - in the Western Hemisphere and the Eastern as well, 
  and North and South, - and the percentage of human beings being able to read 
  and write on globe as such has increased quite visibly. Taking this into 
  account aught to give the readers an idea about what such a Torch-bearer 
  necessarily must teach - IF - he or she should arrive and karma will permit 
  such an arrival - or has arrived. - And the science on Subtle Mind Control - 
  would no doubt be - carefully and efficiently - taken into account - when 
  such a doctrine was or would be forwarded. - Just like the scientific 
  doctrine on "matter" and "substance" was dealt very much with by Blavatsky 
  in her book the Secret Doctrine. This seem pretty logical. 
  ---- Others disagree on the above. And those who disagree most often - do 
  not know a trifle about the psychological science or the psychological 
  science on Subtle Mind Control. A science - not a belief. And this science 
  in our times - is the Psychological Key - and - A Key to the esoteric 
  Psychology. (The reason why the Psychological Key is important is also seen 
  here: "Esoteric Character Of The Gospels" by Blavatsky, CBW, VII, p. 182 . 
  "The first key that one has to use to unravel the dark secrets" 
  seq. - and the rest.... --- and from this article and other papers - 
  historical evidence about the Mysteries through the centuries - and - by 
  analogical contemplations - one will see that the "new" science of 
  psychology (both esoterical and exoterical) is the next important step on 
  this planet for humanity. Today we have psychology creeping in all and 
  everywhere. - At work in nearly all the profit scheming companies, in nearly 
  all the alternative treatments of all sorts (hundred years ago - the 
  soothsayers and "quacks" operated differently - smile), coaching workshops, 
  spin among politicians and civil servants, Even the dogmatic religions had 
  to take psychology seriously, although unwillingly as usual. - And it 
  arrived really visibly as officially mentioned in the 1879 or 1880 or so - 
  on a wave running parallel with the formation of the Theosophical Society. 
  So you see - there is more than one thing going on on this our little planet 
  - while cycle of evolution goes on - with little sweet babies getting born, 
  grow up and begin to walk, become adults, get old and die - all the many 
  lifes that constantly arrive and depart on this planet or world - and the 
  lokas - with the eleusian fields, hades, "walhalla", devachan and all that.) 

  All the above ---- still does not remove the fact - I questioned you about 
  Govert - that the Theosophical Society was PRIMARILY founded so to promote 
  altruism. Not not primarily so to prepare the arrival of a Messiah. So the 
  founding of The Theosophical Society aught certainly not to be connected 
  with any more or less emotional-wave related Savior sectarian doctrine in 
  any manner what so ever. This is there I disagreed with you. 
  This you not see this? 

  And if an Avatar arrives - the doctrine - will no doubt be about Altruism 
  regard to any human (because we are all temples of the divine - according to 
  the ancient Wisdom traditions of all ages and cultures) and organisation - 
  ie. the psychological key - and - must be to promote altruism through an 
  Absolutely Non-Sectarian organisational aim - and - even non-organisational 
  - aim, because humans live like ebb and flood, extrovert and introvert, in 
  various phases of life. And any teaching by an Avatar seeking to promote a 
  sectarian doctrine - will quite obviously fail in these days - as it has 
  done in the past decades - although quite a number of the past Initiated 
  teachers - have been plastered with being sectarian - by the same sectarian 
  persons - who still are scheming sectarianism and even dogmatism. However, 
  these are merely my humble views - But I challenge any one to - disprove 
  them. If they are able - they will find a willing listener. This is written 
  from the heart seeking to promote altruism for us all. 

  The below is a contrast to the idea that Blavatsky meant a Messiah - when 
  she mentioned the POSSIBLE - arrival of a Torch-Bearer in the 20th century. 

  H. P. Blavatsky said: 
  "With the spread of the spiritualistic cult, the Messiah craze has vastly 
  increased, and men and women alike have been involved in its whirlpools. 
  Given, a strong desire to reform somehow the religious or social aspect of 
  the world, a personal hatred of certain of its aspects, and a belief in 
  visions and messages, and the result was sure; the "Messiah" arose with a 
  universal panacea for the ills of mankind. If he (very often she) did not 
  make the claim, it was made for him. Carried away by the magnetic force, the 
  eloquence, the courage, the single idea of the apostle pro tem, numbers, for 
  very varied reasons, accepted him or her as the revelator of the hour and of 
  all time. " 
  "With the advent of Theosophy, the Messiah-craze surely has had its day, and 
  sees its doom." 

  H. B. Blavatsky wrote: 
  "It is, however, right that each member, once he believes in the existence 
  of such Masters, should try to understand what their nature and powers are, 
  to reverence Them in his heart, to draw near to Them, as much as in him 
  lies, and to open up for himself conscious communication with the guru to 
  whose bidding he has devoted his life. THIS CAN ONLY BE DONE BY RISING TO 
  (BCW; Vol. XII, p. 492) 

  M. Sufilight says: 
  My own view are the following....... 
  People are always looking for an Avatar or a Saviour; that does not mean 
  this is the time for an Avatar or a Christ Saviour. The problems that an 
  Avatar or a Saviour would be 
  able to resolve have not been identified. Nor does the clamor mean 
  that those who cry out are suitable followers. Most of the people who 
  demand an Avatar or a Christ Saviour seem to have some baby's idea of what 
  an Avatar or a Saviour 
  should do. The idea that an Avatar or a Christ Saviour will walk in and we 
  will all 
  recognize him, her or it and follow this being and everybody will be happy 
  strikes me 
  as a strangely IMMATURE ATAVISM. Most of these people, I believe, 
  want not an Avatar or a Christ Saviour but excitement. I doubt that those 
  who cry the 
  loudest would obey an Avatar or a Christ Saviour if there was one. Talk is 
  cheap, and a 
  lot of the talk comes from millions of beginner seekers after truth and 
  (Maybe the leaders at various esoteric groups would be kind to consider the 
  above words. Okay?) 

  A few extra views of my own.... 
  There is no so-called "dead" matter. Atoms vibrate and rotate. From where is 
  the force that makes them rotate, and make the electrons spin? From 
  life-force, no doubt. 
  Even your computerscreen and table is alive and livning. Alle the planets 
  are living. The Sun-spots in the Sun seen by the astronomers are related to 
  the expression of the heart of the Sun and occur every 10-11 years. And the 
  Sun is very much related to the karmic cycles on our planet. It determines 
  the humans our harvests of vegetables, corn, fruits and berries, and the 
  food of animals - and photosynthesis is central here. The Sun is alive and 
  breathes. All planets breathe. Science can still not find out why certain 
  comets are not following ordinary physical laws of science. They can neither 
  understand what force determines the spin of each planet. And the 
  astronomers still talk about "dark matter" outside our Solar System - but 
  they seem to forget to notify the chemist about that this "dark matter" 
  might be very near to matter on earth as well. And we call it Ether or 
  So where ever you look in the future, please realise that - all - this our 
  universe is a living organism. Let us together respect each other as living 
  breathing creatures - all divine in our inner nature. For each human is a 
  Dhyan Chohan (with an esoterical Christian word an Archangel) which in its 
  cycle of necessity had to make it self incarnate as a human - so to absorb 
  the necessary exchange of energy or Akasic recording in the Universe. So in 
  a sense we are here because some Dhyan Chohans need to learn what other 
  Dhyan Chohans already have learned. 

  All the above are of course only my humble views. 
  But maybe some of the long time theosophists or other members on this forum 
  would tell me something - I have overlooked - or could improve upon. I would 
  gladly welcome something like that. 
  Altruism is important, is it not? 
  I do not claim my self infallible. - I just have the hope that you as 
  members find the above useful. 

  M. Sufilight 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Govert Schuller 
  To: <> <> <> <> <> 
  Sent: Friday, January 13, 2012 8:34 PM 
  Subject: RE: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  Well, gentlemen, if you've read "The Masters and Their Emissaries: From HPB 
  to Guru Ma and Beyond" at 
  < > you might 
  have found the following documentation in footnote 2: 

  [The timing of this project is addressed in footnote 3 with a quote from 
  Annie Besant] 

  Blavatsky wrote in 1889: 

  "If the present attempt, in the form of our Society, succeeds better than 
  its predecessors have done, then it will be in existence as an organized, 
  living and healthy body when the time comes for the effort of the XXth 
  century. The general condition of men's minds and hearts will have been 
  improved and purified by the spread of its teachings, and, as I have said, 
  their prejudices and dogmatic illusions will have been, to some extent at 
  least, removed. Not only so, but besides a large and accessible literature 
  ready to men's hands, the next impulse will find a numerous and united body 
  of people ready to welcome the new torch-bearer of Truth. He will find the 
  minds of men prepared for his message, a language ready for him in which to 
  clothe the new truths he brings, an organization awaiting his arrival, which 
  will remove the merely mechanical, material obstacles and difficulties from 
  his path. Think how much one, to whom such an opportunity is given, could 
  accomplish. Measure it by comparison with what the Theosophical Society 
  actually has achieved in the last fourteen years, with out any of these 
  advantages and surrounded by hosts of hindrances which would not hamper the 
  new leader. Consider all this, and then tell me whether I am too sanguine 
  when I say that if the Theosophical Society survives and lives true to its 
  mission, to its original impulses through the next hundred years--tell me, I 
  say, if I go too far in asserting that earth will be a heaven in the 
  twenty-first century in comparison with what it is now!" 

  H.P. Blavatsky, The Key to Theosophy (London: Theosophical Publishing Co., 
  1889), pp. 306-307. 

  From: <> <> <> <> <> 
  [mailto: <> <> <> <> <> 
  <> ] 
  Behalf Of Daniel 
  Sent: Friday, January 13, 2012 12:45 PM 
  To: <> <> <> <> <> 
  Subject: theos-talk Sufilight with an Important Question 

  Good question. I will be looking forward for the documentation, too. 


  --- In <> <> <> <> <> 
  <> , 
  "M. Sufilight" <global-theosophy@...> wrote: 
  > Dear Daniel and friends 
  > My views are: 
  > I se not that many problems with most of what Govert are saying. 
  > The books by the Ballards could easily be at the library at TS Adyar. 
  > (Of course if there were a demand for them. Or donations of books were 
  > Well, when I reached the following I hesitated immediately... 
  > Govert wrote: 
  > The Theosophical 
  > Society was founded, not only to re-introduce to the west the idea of an 
  > Wisdom, but also to prepare the world for the coming of a great teacher. 
  > M. Sufilight says: 
  > That was a new one to me. Govert? 
  > Where are the documentation on this claim that the Theosophical Society 
  was founded in 1875 for this reason? 
  > I tend to disagree. 
  > The Society was as I understand it founded so to promote altruism - since 
  this was and still is the main object of the Theosophical Society. 
  > All other ideas - cannot - be important or central in any manner. Since 
  this Society was non-sectarian from its very beginning. 
  > Else we can go and say that the Theosophical Society was founded so that 
  you and I could become Avatars or clairvoyant etc. And anything else of a 
  sectarian choosing. 
  > M. Sufilight 
  > ----- Original Message ----- 
  > From: Daniel 
  > To: <> <> <> <> <> 
  > Sent: Friday, January 13, 2012 6:36 PM 
  > Subject: theos-talk Mahatmas versus Ascended Masters 
  > Govert S. has written the following: 
  > Readers may also want to read what HPB said: 
  > On Pseudo-Theosophy and Pseudo-Adepts 
  > Also see: 
  > Some food for thoughtful reflection.... 
  > Daniel 
  > Blavatsky Archives 
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