There is a clear demarcation line between cults and recognised religious and philosophical teachings.
The link in the above post is the home page of an individual. The excepts in the various topics represent the fundamentals of many Eastern Religions.
People have to be careful and differentiate between cults and recognised religious and philosophical teachings. Just because the expressed viewpoints are different to Christianity; it does not justify calling those philosophical teachings cultish.
The source of Universal Medicine teachings can be traced back to the Theosophical Society; an organisation started by Helena Blavatsky. There are many reputable organisations and individuals that use similar philosophical teachings as the Theosophical Society.
Alice Bailey is the primary source of the information posted on: [www.esoteric-philosophy.net
Alice Bailey's books are readily available from any good bookshop.
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