re: Interlocking leadership of TS/LCC/Masonic
May 19, 1997 06:04 PM
by M K Ramadoss
At 07:02 PM 5/19/97 -0400, Dr. A.M.Bain wrote:
>In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, M K Ramadoss
>>when George Arundale was elected as the International President, he
>>stopped calling himself as Bishop Arundale. I think he also resigned his
>He set his Church affiliation aside to concentrate on the TS. He may
>have resigned his jurisdiction, but he could not "unbishop" himself -
>church theology regards ordination/consecration as indelible, ie, once a
>bishop, always a bishop, even if he never bishes anything.
Thanks for the clarification.
The point I was trying to highlight is the question whether on earth or
heaven or in any higher planes the interlocking leadership between TS, LCC,
and Masonic organizations does any good to TS.
Also I already pointed out, how can any good come out of the Paris Faction
suing the US Faction when the latter decided to become independent of Paris
Based Foreign Leadership (like the declaration of Independence of USA) and
many members of the Paris Faction hold offices in TSA and TSA members are in
the Independent Faction. No matter how what the outcome of the lawsuit is,
it is my humble opinion, that the lawsuit is not going to help TSA and on
the other hand may be more likely to hurt. The problem gets more complicated
in that after some time the lawyers on both sides are in the driver's seat
and the ruthless litigation takes a life of its own.
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