this purpose the ideologists of NA actively advance in masses their 5
main doctrines: reincarnation, karma, eternal conflict of yin-yang, human
eugenics and balance with the Earth.
the ancient Hindu - Buddha doctrine, according to which the soul once lowered
from the sky in somebody's human body, passes a number of transformations from
one body into another, living, thus, couple life cycles, improving and becoming
wiser, and then, having reached complete development, comes back to the sky.
And, in one body sometimes there can be couple souls. This is a very dangerous
theory completely contradicting the bible doctrine, has carried away many
people. Instead of searching for the God, the doctrine of reincarnation invites
to investigate your own "I", to concentrate on your
is one problem with this theory: today there are too many people in the world in
comparison with initial quantity of "migrating" souls. Jewish
cabbalists hold the opinion that the souls break up to pieces, and everyone
bears some part of the ancient soul. However their idea clashes with the central
Jewish doctrine of the resurrection of the dead at the End of Days, when each
soul is restored to its original body. It is not clearly then, to what body it
will be restored. NA has its own vision of soul reincarnation. They consider
that there should be “half men”, i.e. people, who have no living soul. The
same idea Nazi Alfred Rosenberg pushed in his time, ideologically justifying the
fascists for murder millions of the "soulless" people.
doctrine of karma
(fate) is very close to the doctrine of reincarnation. It teaches
that this life contains rewards or punishments for good or bad deeds done in our
previous lives, meted out by an impersonal mechanism called " the universal
law of harmony, which unerringly maintains equilibrium in the cosmos " *.
Not only individuals, but races and even planets are affected by karma.
The cosmic balance maintaining karma is alternately described in Oriental terms as an eternal opposition of two principles of "yin-yang", light and darkness (good and evil), matter and spirit, which are equally necessary both for the man or nation, and for space to be in the perfect integrity. Therefore even God is not sinless, and happiness on the Earth is not possible without sufferings: if it is good for somebody, it should be necessary to be bad for others; otherwise the balance will be broken.
*William Q. Judge, "The Ocean of Theosophy".