Madame Blavatsky managed to
capture the movement [teachings of the Brahmic Brotherhoods] which she
eventually named the Theosophical movement from the pilgrims that came from India,
who were essentially Brahmic priests, who happened to be in-the-know. They
were not confusing things with the Hindu concepts at all. They were able to
teach the Brahmic truths and were going
through Russia and the rest of Europe, over a period of years, trying to
teach what it was that India's heritage had of value to the concepts that
were helping to lead people astray that they could help balance things and
bring it back into a more humane way of looking at life; being a little bit
more Dyonisian and a little bit less Apollonian in outlook. She managed to
capture that movement and became the head of it. The reason for that was so
that the Agarthi and Shamballists could completely undermine it and use it as
a technique to not only help undermine Christianity. Instead of leading
people from some other mythologies which were rather ridiculous in
Christianity to perhaps Truths, which the Brahmic Brotherhood could brought
to light and help balance some the weird aspects of Christianity. That was
the hope that was really there by these negative persons in Tibet who controlled her; by her
gaining a hold of that [Brahmic] movement, to completely undermine that one
too. So eventually, some people ended up transferring from the mythologies of
Christianity to the mythologies of Theosophy.
Now the devilish thing
about this is that Theosophy contains many truths, but the majority of it is
not true. Eventually the people who have followed in the Theosophical
movement have brought in more and more information from India, which was essentially
Hinduistic, until finally you have a grand conglomeration of all kinds of
???; out and out sanity with that which is also the Truth. Who has the
discrimination to separate the two now that they are mixed together?
Associated with Stelle?
Q: In terms of the things that you are trying to teach and
develop here, where do the movements like the Theosophical movements and people
like Alice Bailey all fit in or do they?
RK: They don’t fit in to what we are trying to do. Actually, Mme. Blavatsky
learned most of the things she knew from two Tibetan teachers. They actually
invited her to Tibet
to learn the things that they had to teach her, and from that point on they
essentially functioned through her. They wrote a lot of books through her.
She would go into meditative trances and come up with whole new things to
write or new things through automatic writing. She essentially belonged to
them and they functioned through her. Those two, who had been alive but still
keep functioning now that are now discarnate were Morya and Kootumi. Their
main object, of course, was to undermine both the Christian movement and the
Brotherhoods movement in one “fell swoop,” as it were. Bailey seems primarily
to be dealing with another one who belonged to the other two, a Dwal Khul.
She received her information psychically through him. Now, there are all
kinds of psychics all over the world who receive information from spirits who
use those names because they have been given some credence. And so it goes. (02-1983)