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Re: T-bonics

Dec 24, 1996 05:27 PM
by Tom Robertson

>M.K. Ramadoss writes-->
>It is a good question. Even HPB and her Teachers, in their wisdom never tried
>to officially define the term. Good luck to anyone who thinks he/she can come
>up with a definition.
>Tom Robinson writes-->
>Then what _does_ the term mean, if it cannot be defined?
>Richard Ihle writes-->
>At last I have found the purpose of my life.  Other men may have more
>significant purposes, but I have mine and I am content:  My job is to
>continue offering definitions which either no one else agrees with or which
>no one else is able to notice no matter how many times the definitions are
>Thus, once more into the Void:
>~theosophy~:  "valid knowledge which has its base in, or at least originally
>derives from, transcendental, mystical, or intuitive insight or higher
>~Theosophy~:  "The Universal of which ~theosophy~ is the particular.
>~Principal Theosophical Philosophy (PTP)~:  "Cosmogenesis and Anthropogenesis
>as found in HPB and closely associated theosophical writings."
>~Principal Theosophical Philosophy Plus (PTPP)~:  "Cosmogenesis,
>Anthropogenesis, and Psychogenesis (the latter to be defined by the next
>Messenger, i.e., the first modern Theosophist who succeeds in getting other
>Theosophists to pay attention to his or her definitions)."

I disagree.  The final, official definition of Theosophy is "the dogmatic
creed that says that a spirit of brotherhood is the ideal."

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