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Re: Guardian Angels

Feb 09, 1997 05:10 AM
by John Straughn

Dr. A.M.Bain writes:
>In message <>, John Straughn
>Depends what you understand by Theosophy, and what you understand by
>"guardian angels."  Kabbalah has them, and Kabbalah is *a* theosophy,
>but not big T theosophy.
(nodding) By guardian angels I mean a protective deity which is not part of
the individual being protected, (by saying "not part of", I mean that the
"deity" has 1) a seperate heirarchy, or 2) is of the same heirarchy, but
likely "higher", and is constituted of a seperate buddhi vehicle.)  And yes, I
did mean to capitalize (T)heosophy.  I was just curious if (T)heosophists or
even theosophists generally accepted the idea behind the "guardian angel".
The Triaist


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