Monday, September 12, 2011



Erle Frayne D. Argonza / Ra

I already wrote many articles concerning the prevalence of spiritist mediumship and the Demonic Mind that inheres among the hundreds of millions who practice it. I will supplement those writings with this note that focuses on the insidious attacks by the spiritists on the proponents of divine wisdom, attacks that were aimed at blocking the release and dissemination of the updated divine discourse.

During the inception phase alone of the release of Theos Sophia by the mahatmas, no less than the mahatmas felt drained by the incessant disputations among the members of the Theosophical Society, a volunteer group that tasked itself to help in the publications, study, and spread of the wisdom. At one juncture, Mahatma Kooth Hoomi, among those tasked to interface with chelas (disciples) for the release, had to take a retreat for months to recuperate from the damaging effects of the quarrels and controversies.

Each and every step that the chelas, notably Helena Blavatsky, took to undertake the sublime goal, the Spiritualists likewise advanced their smear campaigns versus the chelas. The Spiritualists maligned, slandered, defamed, and did every sordid act they can versus the chelas and the masters. Every sort of lie they spread to the outside world via pamphlets, books, newspapers, and related media.

In other words, the Spiritualists profited from the mistakes of the chelas. That was just the 19th century by the way, when Theos Sophia was mandated to be released to the open public by the Divine Hierarchy, thus ending eons of secrecy about the divine discourse and practices.

Around the 20th century, the Black Brotherhood created the conditions to ensure that the New Age—using the spiritist mediums as mouthpieces—will become the religion of the future. Noting the unstoppable rise of the teachings of the Brothers of Light, the evil adepts re-engineered the image of the Spiritualists to that of channelers.

The Master John The Beloved warned Christ’s devotees 2,000 years ago yet, that at the end of time, False Prophets will abound too many. And indeed too many are the spiritist mediums today, who all serve the purpose of obfuscating the truth via deceptive messages. From subtle to overt ways, they slander and malign the true Lightworkers more so the Brothers of Light.

It surely isn’t a case of the Spiritualists retreating. It is a case of “if you can’t beat them, join them.” They rode atop the wave of change and illumination, by pretending to receive messages from ascended masters and even from leaders of alien civilizations. They inflate their egos by deluding the public with their supposed roles as gargantuan to supra-cosmic in proportions.

Below is an excerpt from Helena P. Blavatsky’s Key to Theosophy about the subject.

ENQUIRER. But would Mdme. Blavatsky apply this to her own works -- the Secret Doctrine, for instance?

THEOSOPHIST. Certainly; she says expressly in the PREFACE that she gives out the doctrines that she has learnt from the Masters, but claims no inspiration whatever for what she has lately written. As for our best Theosophists, they would also in this case far rather that the names of the Masters had never been mixed up with our books in any way. With few exceptions, most of such works are not only imperfect, but positively erroneous and misleading. Great are the desecrations to which the names of two of the Masters have been subjected. There is hardly a medium who has not claimed to have seen them. Every bogus swindling Society, for commercial purposes, now claims to be guided and directed by "Masters," often supposed to be far higher than ours! Many and heavy are the sins of those who advanced these claims, prompted either by desire for lucre, vanity, or irresponsible mediumship. Many persons have been plundered of their money by such societies, which offer to sell the secrets of power, knowledge, and spiritual truth for worthless gold. Worst of all, the sacred names of Occultism and the holy keepers thereof have been dragged in this filthy mire, polluted by being associated with sordid motives and immoral practices, while thousands of men have been held back from the path of truth and light through the discredit and evil report which such shams, swindles, and frauds have brought upon the whole subject. I say again, every earnest Theosophist regrets to-day, from the bottom of his heart, that these sacred names and things have ever been mentioned before the public, and fervently wishes that they had been kept secret within a small circle of trusted and devoted friends.

ENQUIRER. The names certainly do occur very frequently now-a-days, and I never remember hearing of such persons as "Masters" till quite recently.

THEOSOPHIST. It is so; and had we acted on the wise principle of silence, instead of rushing into notoriety and publishing all we knew and heard, such desecration would never have occurred. Behold, only fourteen years ago, before the Theosophical Society was founded, all the talk was of "Spirits." They were everywhere, in everyone's mouth; and no one by any chance even dreamt of talking about living "Adepts," "Mahatmas," or "Masters." One hardly heard even the name of the Rosicrucians, while the existence of such a thing as "Occultism" was suspected even but by very few. Now all that is changed. We Theosophists were, unfortunately, the first to talk of these things, to make the fact of the existence in the East of "Adepts" and "Masters" and Occult knowledge known; and now the name has become common property. It is on us, now, that the Karma, the consequences of the resulting desecration of holy names and things, has fallen. All that you now find about such matters in current literature -- and there is not a little of it -- all is to be traced back to the impulse given in this direction by the Theosophical Society and its Founders. Our enemies profit to this day by our mistake. The most recent book directed against our teachings is alleged to have been written by an Adept of twenty years' standing. Now, it is a palpable lie. We know the amanuensis and his inspirers (as he is himself too ignorant to have written anything of the sort). These "inspirers" are living persons, revengeful and unscrupulous in proportion to their intellectual powers; and these bogus Adepts are not one, but several. The cycle of "Adepts," used as sledge-hammers to break the theosophical heads with, began twelve years ago, with Mrs. Emma Hardinge Britten's "Louis" of Art Magic and Ghost-Land, and now ends with the "Adept" and "Author" of The Light of Egypt, a work written by Spiritualists against Theosophy and its teachings. But it is useless to grieve over what is done, and we can only suffer in the hope that our indiscretions may have made it a little easier for others to find the way to these Masters, whose names are now everywhere taken in vain, and under cover of which so many iniquities have already been perpetrated.

ENQUIRER. Do you reject "Louis" as an Adept?

THEOSOPHIST. We denounce no one, leaving this noble task to our enemies. The spiritualistic author of Art Magic, etc., may or may not have been acquainted with such an Adept -- and saying this, I say far less than what that lady has said and written about us and Theosophy for the last several years -- that is her own business. Only when, in a solemn scene of mystic vision, an alleged "Adept" sees "spirits" presumably at Greenwich, England, through Lord Rosse's telescope, which was built in, and never moved from, Parsonstown, Ireland, (vide "Ghost Land," Part I., p. 133, et seq.) I may well be permitted to wonder at the ignorance of that "Adept" in matters of science. This beats all the mistakes and blunders committed at times by the chelas of our Teachers! And it is this "Adept" that is used now to break the teachings of our Masters!

ENQUIRER. I quite understand your feeling in this matter, and think it only natural. And now, in view of all that you have said and explained to me, there is one subject on which I should like to ask you a few questions.

THEOSOPHIST. If I can answer them I will. What is that?

[Philippines, 18 August 2011]


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