Re: Adyar/TSA -- Bad Karma
Jun 20, 1996 03:56 PM
In message <email@example.com>, alexis
dolgorukii <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>a good start could
>be made by changing the administrative structure entirely. The most
>important action would be to do as James Long did so wisely in the Pasadena
>T.S. and disband the E.S. The next most important action is to totally
>remove all vestiges of authoritarianism from the society and have a much
>reduced administration simply doing logistical duties instead of "ruling" as
>it does today. It is currently a phase in most human societies for power to
>devolve to smaller and more local sites. In the T.S. this could equate to
>Federations and Lodges. This should probably depend on membership numbers.
>No very small group need a ponderous "International" administration.
>Well anyway, that's for starters
I can't see any group that enjoys the exercise of power doing such
things voluntarily. The phase of which you speak hasn't come cheap, has
it? There has been a lot of fighting and killing, and the phase is only
yet in its infancy, IMO.
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