Re: forced out? ES, LCC, co-mason's
Sep 20, 1999 10:53 AM
by M K Ramadoss
It is the un-official inter-linking that is troublesom.
There is also the possibility of enforcing conformity.
If these were so important, did not the Founders and HPB know of it.
Sure they were not short sighted!!
At 02:48 PM 09/20/1999 +0200, you wrote:
>Bart Lidofsky wrote:
>> Not entirely; I personally think that the E.S. lost it's
>steam when Annie Besant died, and find the "unofficial"
>organizations, like the LCC and the co-Mason's, a little
>too official for my taste. (Every now and then when an
>LCC'er complains about the neo-pagan movement, I say, "Yeah,
>all they want to do is wear funny costumes and burn candles
>and incense while performing their ceremonies!")>
>The ES lost steam after Annie Besant died? I thought she
>changed the TS thoroughly first? That is where the problem
>is, as far as I am concerned.
>The LCC and the co-Mason's do not seem like official
>organisations to me, here in Holland, I do not know about
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