Re: Sir Meriatan and the Doors of Iron
Which Otherworld are the Malkioni going to where they meet gods and spirits? The Essence Plane?
From: Daniel <von_das_at_6pmqf1qfmu94L74nsOLRDl0aYX1v1k3ug8zabbFlGhdmPWsNSzgAaGs0GxEDX40612GmWUoZraiuPeHt.yahoo.invalid>
Sent: Tuesday, 14 February 2012, 7:51
Subject: Re: Sir Meriatan and the Doors of Iron
Hmm. I get the point about the Malkioni acknowledging the existence of gods and spirits. I had thought that the Xeotam Dialogues, though widely accepted, may have represented a more... specifically Ralian take on it, though.
Also, whatever happened to the Erasanchula/True Beings? Is it basically still the same approach?
> Malkioni "saints" or "Ascended Masters" (which actually conveys what they are better) are not gods. Think of them like Hindu saints or Bodhisattva instead of Catholic saints and you'll have less difficulties. Some still teach in the Otherworld if you know where to go.
> As an aside, Malkioni monotheism acknowledges the gods as the creations of the Invisible God, as described in the Xeotam Dialogues. So when a Malkioni wizard goes to the Otherworld, they encounter gods and spirits and so forth. They just aren't approaching it from the same way as theists.
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