RE: RESTITUTION OF WQJ -- JUDGE CASE
Jan 31, 2006 04:37 AM
by W.Dallas TenBroeck
1/31/2006 4:32 AM
Thanks and appreciated.
See my proposal below:
From: steven l
Sent: Friday, January 27, 2006 5:53 AM
Subject: Re: RESTITUTION OF WQJ -- JUDGE CASE
All of your statements are most refreshing to see in print.
And I suggest that Adyar be petitioned to take an open look and new
assessment of the Judge issue. I know that they will have issues with this,
because they seem to have a corporate stance, as it were, regarding what is
politically correct for them on William Quan Judge. But it is time, that
they, those who are in the position to make statements of credibility within
the the Society, be put to task regarding their fidelity to truth.
I think that Adyar has no idea, or at least acts as if they don't, as to
how their close mindedness effects the world at large. Given that there is
no more important Movement than the Theosophical on the world scene (I give
as reference the Great Master's Letter, and the effects of that Movement in
all areas of our culture), to have such an obvious schisim between thinking
people and The so-called Theosophical Society out of Adyar regarding the
easily recognisable Power for Good which Judge was and must continue to be,
although not seemingly in our midst at the present time, is really
That inexcusability is really a karmic "lead weight" around the neck of the
Movement in the world regarding the greater effects for good that it could
have, if this "lead weight" were to be lifted.
The Narada issue in Tacoma Washington being just one of the reflections of
this corporate method of the T.S. in America. It immediately polarizes in
the way that the obortion issue does when made a political pawn.
I think it should be clear to any who read this response, and all others
like it, that all of this has nothing to do with what might be seen as an
"us against them" attitude. Rather, it is a plea that those in power within
this Adyar Society, take another comprehensive look at the work of William
Quan Judge, for the purpose of unfettering the greater Movement for which he
gave his life as a dedicated reflection of the Mahatmas in the world.
----- Original Message -----
From: W.Dallas <mailto:email@example.com> TenBroeck
Sent: Friday, January 27, 2006 6:16 AM
Subject: RE: RESTITUTION OF W Q J's REPUTATION
-- JUDGE CASE 1894
In my opinion:
For the THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY [Adyar and elsewhere] to make a full
restitution and admit error in the matter of RESTITUTION of Mr. W. Q.
Judge's REPUTATION -- JUDGE CASE 1894 would augment its reputation for
fair and honest dealing tremendously.
I say: better late than never!
Otherwise, it appears that present-day officers, management and members of
the T S continue to blindly support the blunders and errors of the past
The T S motto is: "There is no higher religion than TRUTH!"
Let this be demonstrated. All will applaud.
So long as that attitude prevails a serious blot on the THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
It is better that the THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY do this internally.
Pelletier's book: THE JUDGE -- published by a THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY in
Edmonton, Canada is a start.
If this spurs further effort by the THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY membership I say
The THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY was designed originally as a protective vehicle /
shell for the promulgation and exemplification of
It has no excuse for existence other than to do that.
Judge was an original Founder of the THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY [New York] in
1875, and worked unceasingly for THEOSOPHY through the original THEOSOPHICAL
SOCIETY (which was never removed from New York de jure) until after he
Every member ought to read the book mentioned below.
W. Dallas TenBroeck
The THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT (1875-1950) pp. 380
[based on documents]
$ 6.00 -- Theosophy Company, Los Angeles,
www. ULT.org Phone
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