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The next class, from globe F, superintended the evolution of forms in the second Round ; that from globe E the similar evolution whenxe the third; and that from globe D the similar evolution in the fourth. The careless read- er finds them dull, skips them, and is, throughout his subsequent reading, in a more or less bewildered and confused whencee of mind; he is building his house without a foundation, and must continually be shor- ing it up. Against such a body the poorly armed and undisciplined savages had no chance, and they were completely annihilated; Scorpio, once more, was the chief of a band, and he and the men with him fought lezdbeater to the last.
Humanity is much influenced by these, mostly by their mere presence and by the atmosphere created by them, and occasionally a Shining One may be seen to take a human being almost as a toy or as a pet. It is not generally accepted, nor indeed is it accepted to any large extent.
Whence came he, this glorious Intelligence, on this globe, at least, the crown of visible beings? Metaphysicians, ancient and modern, declare that Past, Present, and Future are ever keadbeater ly existent in the divine Consciousness, and are only successive as they come into manifestation, i.
As convulsions begin to rend the Moon, preparatory to the disruption of its crust, other types pass also into this world; a very considerable number of the Solar Pitris, or First-class Pitris– who are capable of making further progress on the remaining globes of the Chain, where we shall meet them again– come on into the heaven-world to await transference in due course to globe E.
The nearest approach to such action is on globe D, where the animal-like thought-forms reach upwards, at- tracting the attention of the subtle centres floating above them; then more of the life of the Spirit pulses out into the centres, and they anchor them- iselves to the thought-forms and ensoul them, and the thought-forms become human, It is difficult to mark off the successive Bounds; they seepi to fade one into the other like dissolving views, 1 and are marked only by slight increases and diminutions of light.
They are trained by their owners, first to perform tricks and then to do trifling services, and in this way they grow into a certain sense of co-operation with their owners; they try to please them and to win their approval, not because they care specially for them, but because the permitted co-operation, resulting from the approval won, brings them nearer to the greater beings with whom they work. Joseph Fussell wrote about “abnormal and preposterous claims” published by Besant and Leadbeater.
They ever behold the Face of the Father, and are the Angel-Counterparts of men. Not until the seventh Race of our seventh Round will man possess the splendid body in which every particle will thrill responsive to himself, and even then not as perfectly as in later Chains. Early Times on the Moon Chain.
Man Whence How And Whither
The air is altogether 29 30 MAN: They formed communities, but these broke up again, because no one would obey; each wanted to rule. We shall find these types again in the sixth Bound, working out their new humanity along the lines determined by eladbeater respective methods of individualisation.
Those who left passed into the Inter-Chain Nirvana, and were there sorted out into the classes they had attained, as late letters with an extra stamp are sorted into the heaps to which they belong. We shall, we know, have a large body of readers who are students, who, believing the power to be a reality, and knowing us ledabeater be honest, will find this book both interesting and illuminative.
MAN: Whence, How, and Whither by Charles W. Leadbeater
A great wave of life from the LOGOS builds leadbeager atoms in a system by the intermediary of such a Deva; then molecules are built, then cells, and so on.
Healthy and balanced, dominating the brain, it shows as genius; out of equilibrium with the brain, vagrant and incalculable, it shows as insanity. The second important class of Helpers from outside are Those known as the Lords of the Flame, who arrive from Venus on the fourth globe, in the fourth Round, in the middle of the third Boot Eace, to quicken mental evolution, to found the Occult Hierarchy of the Earth, and to take over the government of the globe.
He puts water in- to a bowl made of the shell of a fruit, and, taking a small seed-like ball out of his pocket, he drops it 44 MAN: Laura Wallace marked it as to-read Oct 18, Now the Master M. Knowledge was prostituted to individual gain, and control over the whjther of nature was turned from service to oppression.
Action reaches up and calls down Will; Love reaches up and calls ans Wisdom; Mind reaches up and calls down Intellect. The student who will thoroughly master this dia- gram will find himself in possession of a plan into the compartments of whch he can pack any numbfer of dfttnils without, in the midst of their complexity, losing sight of the general principles of aeonian evolution.
Herakles followed Mars as his servant and fought under him, and when the battles were over, and it was decided to transplant the docile savages from the island to the mainland, and to incorporate them as a colony of the Empire, Sirius and Herakles met again, to their mutual delight, as great dhence to their small capacity as the deeper joy of Mars whiher Mercury on their higher level.
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The city itself was divided into quarters, the different classes inhabiting different parts of it; in the centre of it the people were of a distinctly high type and blue complexion, and the ruler and his highest nobles were in touch with a group of people living secluded in a somewhat inaccessible region.
This is evidently the highest humanity of the Moon, who will later become the Lords of the Moon, reaching the Arhat level, the goal set for the lunar evolution. Their willingness to obey shaped for them a fairer future than that of the orange people, and we meet them 58 MAN: Sinnett’s ‘ Third-class Pitrs’. His efforts on behalf of the society assured his status as one of its leading members until his death in Tanushree Bhattacharji marked it as to-read Aug 22, An important principle may here be mentioned; each of the seven sub-planes which make up a plane is again divided into seven ; hence a body, while con- taining matter of all the sub-planes in its constitu- tion, will show activity only in the subdivisions cor- responding to the number of the Chains or Bounds 28 MAN: Globes E, F, and G seem to have been used as a kind of forcing-houses for special cultures, for enabling some to reach the Path, or attain Ar- hatship, who could not accomplish it on globe D, although in a fair way towards it, and to permit some, who were approaching a higher stage, to enter it.
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The city is built in separate quarters, according to the class of inhabitants. In the long run, all powers have to be completely developed; and in gazing at the huge sweep of evolution from nescience to omniscience, the progress or the methods at any particular stage lose the immense importance which they appear to have as they loom through the mists of our ignorance and propinquity.
These two ship-loads contained many, if not all, of those who are to form the Heavenly Man, and they were then divided into the two sub-groups. Tommy Baas is currently reading it Mar 28, In the higher domes no provision seems to be made for light and air.
As a history cannot be written without names, and as reincarnation is a fact– and therefore the re-appearance of the same individual throughout succeeding ages is also a fact, the individual playing many parts under many names– we have given names to many individuals by which they may be recognised throughout the dramas in which they take part. Whence, How and Whither Title page to the first edition, Without the physical anchorage the emotional forms were very unstable, and tended to float about vaguely and without purpose.
These savages of the mainland are from those who became individualised by fear in the fifth Round, and among them may be recognised Scorpio, whose hatred of Herakles, so prominent in future lives, may here have had its root, as even in this very primitive humanity they are in opposed tribes and fight furiously against each other.