Who "had the audacity to introduce changes" which HPB "did not authorize"?
Feb 08, 2006 03:00 PM
Dallas TenBroeck wrote previously on this Theos-Talk forum:
"In U.L.T. I don't have t[o] worry -- the originals are
available on a reliable basis. . . . Personally I would
rather deal with H.P.Blavatsky's 'mistakes' than with those created by
others who have had the temerity to believe they knew better than she
did, and had the audacity to introduce changes which she did not
authorize. Strong language, but true if it is applicable."
Does this strong language equally apply to the TC/ULT edition of HPB's
THE VOICE OF THE SILENCE?
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