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Boris de Zirkoff on the tenets of Theosophy

Nov 17, 2012 10:47 AM
by Daniel

Boris de Zirkoff wrote:

...For some years past, a tendency has existed among some
[theosophical] students ... to consider theosophy as some sort of
generalized approach to truth, a tradition, often somewhat
uncertain, concerning various aspects of the Universe and man, a
system of ideas and concepts which can hardly be defined with any
degree of exactness or clarity. It is most likely that this tendency
owes its origin to a desire to avoid any dogmatic attitude or the
creation of any kind of creed. The motive may have been laudable, but
the methods employed have been rather dubious.

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