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Re: Theosophical Adepts

Mar 12, 1999 08:44 PM
by Murray Stentiford

Replying to MKR

A quick look at Hodson's "Light of the Sanctuary" reveals a goodly number
of references to contact with the Master Morya and a smaller number to Koot
Humi - the two principal TS inner Founders. The most frequently-mentioned
Teacher figure is Polidorus Isurenus.

I noticed when with Hodson, that when he said something about the Masters,
he would support it by referring to some known piece of writing in TS
literature, rather than saying that he had more intimate knowledge.

>From the vantage point of having had extended contact with him, it has
struck me that it's hard for others to form an entirely realistic
impression of a figure like him. This is through no fault of their own;
it's just that they haven't had the chance to be with him and see for
themselves. It must be much more so, with regard to the Beings of greater
stature we glimpse in theosophical and other literature.

For that reason, I try to keep an open and alert mind on this subject.


>When one reads historical material relating to early days of TS, one finds
>that the Adepts corresponded/sent msgs to many people and even were met by
>some. There was also various reports of sightings especially in India.
>Consider the situation in 1999. The last known letter from one of the
>Adepts was in 1900, almost 100 years ago. We have not heard from any of
>them till now. Nor has anyone come out and stated with corroboration of
>being in communication with any of them or having seen or heard from any of
>them. Even when Geoffrey Hodson mentions about his communication with
>Adepts, the names he refers to, not a single one of them being the Adepts
>who were known to be active at the founding of TS.
>All this makes one wonder if the real work of the TS is over. 

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