To Carlos Aveline: You may believe anything or everything Paul Johnson has....
Feb 12, 2006 10:25 PM
To Mr. Carlos Aveline:
You may believe anything or everything Mr. Johnson has
written or stated.
For example maybe you are now even having second thoughts and are
ready to accept and believe the following statements which Mr.
Johnson has written, had published and promoted:
HPB told at least four distinct versions of her acquaintance with
the Master she met in her youth in London. . . . With four mutually
contradictory versions of the same character, all that can be
concluded is that most if not all of HPB's stories about him were
...much of HPB's portrayal of Morya and Koot Hoomi was designed TO
MISLEAD in order to protect their privacy....
If I can prove to the satisfaction of many scholars that Mme.
Blavatsky FICTIONALIZED her Masters, and that the personae of Morya
and Koot Hoomi are covers for other people, that does not detract
one iota from the truth of the spiritual principles enunciated by
her or the alleged Masters.
In 1880, the Mahatmas' letters were full of geographical references
to Punjab and Kashmir. But in the next few years, a cover story
about their residence in a Tibetan ashram was promoted and a number
of FALSE testimonies concocted [by HPB?] as a diversionary
tactic. . . .
CAPS ADDED IN THE ABOVE STATEMENTS.
In light of these four statements, how does Mr. Johnson view the
following written by H.P. Blavatsky and Master Koot Hoomi?
In a letter to A.P. Sinnett (dated Oct. 9, 1882), H.P.B. recounts
her visit with Masters K.H and M. in Sikkim:
"Oh the blessed blessed two days! It was like the old times....The
same kind of wooden hut, a box divided into three compartments for
rooms, and standing in a jungle on four pelican's legs....the same
eternal `gul-gul-gul' sound of my Boss's [Morya's] inextinguishable
chelum pipe; the old familiar sweet voice of your KH (whose voice is
still sweeter and face still thinner and more transparent)....."
(The Letters Of H.P. Blavatsky To A.P. Sinnett, 1925, p. 38)
In a letter to Sinnett (received Oct., 1882), Master K.H. himself
describes this same visit:
"I do not believe I was ever so profoundly touched by anything I
witnessed in all my life, as I was with the poor old creature's
[HPB's] ecstatic rapture, when meeting us recently both in our
natural [physical] bodies...Even our phlegmatic M[orya] was thrown
off his balance, by such an exhibition---of which he was chief hero.
He had to use his power, and plunge her into a profound sleep,
otherwise she would have burst some blood-vessel....in her delirious
attempts to flatten her nose against his riding mantle besmeared
with the Sikkim mud!...." (The Mahatma Letters, Letter No. 92 in the
new chronological edition; Letter No. 54 in the 2nd, and 3rd
According to Johnson's views of "cover-up" and "disinformation," it
would appear H.P.B.'s visit with these two Masters in Sikkim never
In other words, Mr. Johnson is claiming and promoting the idea that
Blavatsky and "Koot Hoomi" were lying to Sinnett when they wrote the
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