Originally Posted by mettalmag
thx for answer, nice post.
first i want to say is that when i started reading and understanding theosophic culture and literature i did it not for to do some critics but understand it and to get deeper in it. Blavatsky was one of the last theosophists i have red and in process of reading i was checking everything, one of her books took me about a year and half to read. There was need of knowing of pradhivedanta svami prabhupada, bible, qabbalah, voyage des pelerins buddhistes, sourse of measures, thora and many other (which i cant translate from russian) and i totally believe her, at last what she writes.
the rights, they are about limits, there are some things that you can share and some things you can not, but its not a secret or something like that, its the matter of discussion.
sorry for my english, im georgian and have less experience using the language.
No problem. If you would like, check into the prophesies of Anna Kingsford. She is very interesting, and was also enlightened. As for so-called 'philosophers', Nietzsche might be one you would also check out. And, as 'Freddies' go, Mercury was awesome