SPR's Example Should be Followed
Feb 08, 2006 06:45 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline
Thanks for the contributions.
Technicalities apart, we all agree that HPB was cleared of all charges by
the SPR and thus formally or informally declared innocent, thus vindicated
-- which is a victory for Truth.
On the other hand, we all probably agree now that it is the right time for
the Adyar Theosophical Society to start thinking about the idea of following
the SPR example and revising its "Case" against William Judge, don't we?
I have a sense that Adyar leaders would respectfully think about that, don't
The Adyar persecution against Judge was very much a tool for power-control
in the late 19th century. Both H. S. Olcott and A. Besant later admitted W.
Q. Judge was innocent. Olcott's final position about that, though
"technically informal", is included in a book published by Adyar.
Truth and justice prevail, don't they? It is only a question of time, and
the time is getting to us.
Carlos Cardoso Aveline
From: Bart Lidofsky <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Theos-World Re: ERRATA re THE JUDGE CASE
Date: Mon, 06 Feb 2006 19:04:14 -0500
> Finally, even if Harrison believed his article had vindicated HPB and
> said so, and it was published in the SPR journal, this would not mean
> that the SPR *as a body* had declared HPB innocent. One editor
> expressed regret for Hodgson's report, though.
Beat me to it, I see.
To further confuse things, the SPR *as a body* never declared Blavatsky
to be a fraud. They simply pubished the Hodgson report.
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