Oct 11, 1996 03:09 PM
by liesel f. deutsch
>The problem is
>> that an average theosophist is not equipped to discriminate between the
>right and the wrong in CWL's teachings.<<
>I am familiar with his writings, and I think books like "Talks on the
>Path of Occultism" where he describes the path of discipleship and
>initiation, are very good;
>> that information may be verified and confirmed by one's higher self.<<
What DK probably meant, is another category of
>CWL's books like "The Masters and the Path" (more specifically
>descriptions of initiations of Krishnamurti), "Man: Whence,...", "and
>especially "The Lives of Alcyon."
>>This is quite different kind of information: unverifiable by most readers,<<
Actually, Max, what you're saying is that you yourself have the ability to
verify some of CWL's writings, so in those writings, CWL is right.
On the other hand you do not have the ability to verify other CWL writings,
so in those writings he's wrong.
That makes a lot of sense, don't you think?
Let's stop this factionalism, right now. Please!
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