Re: theos-l digest: December 09, 1999
Dec 10, 1999 05:34 PM
----- Original Message -----
> From: <email@example.com>
> I think being 'human' is vastly overrated. I think it is very
> possible that being possessed of a human form may be akin to being a
> patty in another world which may contain far finer forms. If being
> is a "privilege" according to the Cosmos - well, I am not pleased.
> Is there not another form - even physical - that need not pass wind
> every orifice and, yet, still be able to contemplate the Divine? If
> are among the finest of all forms, then the Creator has a rather bawdy
> Mind-set. Surely, the Creator is capable of so much more. . .isn't
'Dis am your Creator speaking:
Next week (manvantara, whatever) I am turning you all into cow patties.
The planet will be a better place, and you will make excellent fuel for
the fires of the next root race. That's 'root' as in 'root
vegetables' - the blood and guts experiment has not been a great
success. That this message from on low may be confusing to you is clear
evidence of this failure.
[Back to Top]
Dedicated to the Theosophical Philosophy and its Practical Application