Re: Blavatsky on Satan, evil ... etc.
Apr 14, 1997 06:35 PM
by M K Ramadoss
At 03:08 PM 4/14/97 -0400, Titus Roth wrote:
>> I do not know for certain if Bailey or anyone else is right. But,
>> historically, some of the well known geniuses were born out of wedlock. May
>> be they are exceptions. Just a thought.
>I suppose they would have to be considered case by case.
>Some claim that highly evolved souls have the ability to overcome or mitigate
>their childhood and ancestral baggage.
>Certainly I have seen different outcomes between nearly identical cases of
>childhood traumas. In one case a person is able to cope with their trauma,
>in another the person is a basket case. I attribute the difference to
>different past-life strengths.
>Also, not all works of genius are spiritual creation. I have known many
>intellectually brilliant people whose creation was for egos sake and who
When I wrote about the geniuses, I had in mind such giants as Sage
Shankaracharya who reformed Hinduism and Francis Bacon.
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