Re: Theos-World So was Koot Hoomi ALSO a jokester faking a phenomenon????
Jul 08, 2004 01:20 AM
In a message dated 07/03/04 11:45:58 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>So was this letter from K.H. merely an "illusion of
>solidity" as Leon might say or palmed off on Olcott
>by the Master Koot Hoomi as Bart might believe?
Where and when did Leon say that all letters received as so called "Mahatma
Letters" had to be "illusions of solidity"? And, why "might" he say it in this
Besides, how can we be sure this whole thing is not a cooked up story and the
letter a forgery? In fact, how do we know that "Koot Hoomi" isn't a figment
of someone's imagination, or a fictitious name that could fit any number of
self professed or alleged Masters, or an actor playing a role? Or, that Olcott
was awakened after a party, still had a hangover (maybe from a few puffs from
a Hashish hookah) and imagined the letter wasn't in his hand before he woke up
and felt it. Get real Daniel... Testimonial evidence isn't "proof" of
Maybe you had better stop this personal badgering with your innuendoes and
slyly worded implications, before you really put your foot in your mouth -- and
prove to all of us that you are one big clown, who can't stand anyone
disagreeing with his blind belief in anything anyone connected with fundamental
theosophy says -- and will never stop his vendetta-like bombardment of supposedly
authoritative quotes -- until all those heretics who take all of theosophy with
a grain or salt (until they prove it for themselves) grovel in the dust and
admit their errors. </:-)>
>Was KH ALSO prone to play jokes on people too??!!
How could anyone know that? And what kind of dumb question is this? Who
said that anyone else was "prone" to play tricks on people? And if anyone did,
who did, about what person? And, what does Koot Hoomi have to do with it?
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