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[2]W Judge to K Tingley re dead Mrs Blavatsky communications

Jan 11, 1999 07:35 AM
by David Green

W Judge to K Tingley
re dead Mrs Blavatsky communications

Letter handwritten by W Judge.
Printed in "O E Library Critic"
Octo 1932.

"[Jan] 5th [1895] on the train
[from N Y to Chicago]

Dear Purple [Mrs Tingley]

Just as I was leaving some foreign
letters came & I sent his letter so you
could see how he is.  I wish you
would get those glasses I spoke of as you
do not like to read with what you have.
You ought to see how he is now, for
he is either lying on purpose in the
letter or speaking his heart.  I think the
latter.  I do not know what proof he
wants or would accept.  You see he
has not taken well what I said as to an
anonymous letter.  He may tell it to
all the rest & thus prevent their sending
any.  In the other letter is one from the
printer who saw prince long ago-----I told
you of him-----He tirades agst the Hdqr's
crowd like anything.

Now about this Spanish idea.  It's a good
one-----but.  It will raise a lot of ideas & talk.
It will raise some jealousy.  She [Mrs
Blavatsky] was right in saying, as she
said today that she did not mean to exclude
the rest of Europe and that those now in the
work in Spain had not used all efforts.  They
have not.  Now the prominent man there has
not accepted the order.  Would it be well
to tell him what she has said?  It looks to me
like a good idea.  He does believe in HPB
and R will certainly have no such message
for him.  If you think well of this plan
I will write to him from Chicago.

They report that the R crowd in London are now
beginning to pretend to hear from Master.
They will have revelations soon.  They intend to
try & show tht HPB changed her opinion of me
in 1891.

I shall have you in mind every day.  Why dont
you put down briefly things you get & not have
them all lost.

Well the train jolts & I stop.  It seems singular
the Truth does not come.  Why do you suppose?
Good night

I forgot that small bottle for gargle-----
as usual. But I [here is inserted astrological
sign Aries.  W Judge born in sign Aries]
have the white oil.  Nasty."

[Letter ends here.]

This W Judge letter in article "A
letter from W.Q. Judge to Katherine Tingely."
"O.E. Critic" Octo 1932.

After transcription, certification reads-----
"The above is an exact copy made by me
of an original letter in William Q. Judge's
handwriting, written on two sides of
one sheet of white paper." etc etc etc etc
Signed Iverson L Harris & confirmed
J H Fussell, Helena Harris, Elsie V
Savage & Margherita Siren.

Original in T.S. Pasadena, CA

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