Send them all to theos-roots!
Jul 02, 1995 08:20 PM
by Nancy Coker
> You might recall that there was a strong consensus last time
round that this line of discussion be posted to theos-roots
rather than theos-l. That still seems the best policy. I
encourage other theos-l participants to comment yea or nay on
Please count my vote for restricting the history discussions
(including the Masters' identities, itineraries, appearances,
disappearances, and whatever) to theos-roots. I hope conventions
for discourse can be amicably agreed upon. This seems especially
important since the written word seems to carry so much more
weight than the spoken one.
I appreciate that there are those who treasure the importance of
our history. For my part, I don't want to have to explain when
HPB comes back and asks what the hell we're doing playing detec-
tive while poor infant humanity writhes.
There are those who subscribe to the idea of nonlocal, nonlinear
causality, (I think I have this correctly) which implies that we
can affect the past. This notion delights me :) with its
possibilities, and saddens me :( when I consider how we squander
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