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The Theosophical doctrine and Infallibility

Jun 01, 2012 10:04 PM
by M. Sufilight

Dear friends

My views are:

Interesting about this word "Theosophist", how very different it is taken from time to time by various writers...
Here is one example. This is by Blavatsky...

H. P. Blavatsky wrote:
" And here, we must be allowed a last remark. No true theosophist, from the most ignorant up to the most learned, ought to claim infallibility for anything he may say or write upon occult matters."
(The Secret Doctrine, Vol. II, p. 640)

So therefore there cannot, as I see it, be any orthodox theosophical doctrine - named infallible. At least not if it is based on Blavatsky's teachings.

M. Sufilight

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