Greetings from Brazil (Fwd - by jem)
Oct 27, 1993 06:18 AM
by John Mead
I must have had a mistake in your e-mail address??? The listserv checks
each piece of mail to see who it is sent from and if they are a member
of the list before forwarding. It rejected your message because the
letter arrived from a slightly different location than
apparantly you actually route through
This was my mistake!! please send a message to email@example.com
with the following lines as the message:
subscribe theos-L Osmar de Carvalho
subscribe theos-news Osmar de Carvalho
subscribe theos-buds Osmar de Carvalho
subscribe theos-roots Osmar de Carvalho
This will subscribe you to the lists with the *actual* e-mail address
the listserver *thinks* you are coming from!! Hence, it will accept
your future postings/requests as long as you send from the *same*
place!! If you use several different BBS's or computer addresses, you
may choose to subscribe from the all *if* you plan on sending e-mail
from those addresses also.
It is very good to have you here amoung us!!
Please note that I have resent your original message to theos-l so you
do not need to resend that one.
after you subscribe to the lists, I'll remove the incorrect address I
had for you!
John E. Mead
p.s. your rejected message is attached for your reference only.
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Error Condition Re: Greetings from Brazil
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> Th> also we have a new International member from Brazil!!
> Th> Welcome to Osmar de Carvalho!!
> Shanti, dear brothers !!
> As I mentioned to John in a personal message, for many years
> I have tried to contact theosophists around the world by
> eletronic means, but never found someone. As far I can see, now
> I arrived to the right place.
> The Brazilian Section of the Theosophical Society (Madras)
> has 1200 members, and I am coordinator of a Lodge in Sao Paulo
> City, wich has five lodges and 200 members.
> In past July was held here the Eight World Congress of The
> Theosophical Society, in Brasilia, wich gathered 500
> theosophists of many countries. We were waiting for a 747
> of north american theosophists, but we saw only 10, if so.
> What happened??
> Th> You had mentioned a BBS
> Th> in Brazil which dealt with Theosophy and Science?? We
> Th> have several scientists and others who would be interested in
> Th> this.
> Not only Theosophy -- wich I represent--, but a bunch of
> esoteric strings. The Brazilian people is very mistic, and his
> religiosity and espirituality has direct influence in the way
> of Life. Brazil is the western country wich gives more
> credibility to reincarnation (Gallup's poll data), round
> 40% believes in it. Right here, is frequent a firm to consult
> an astrologer to contract a worker. This is only an example.
> Off course, the majority of scientists face us like "crazy
> people", but Theosophy is the most consistent view of
> transcendent things they can grasp by works in the psychology
> area, and the theosophical influence in the theories of
> Sheldrake, David Bohm, Fritjof Capra and others.
> We can talk more about this!
> Th> Peace --
> Osmar de Carvalho
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