WQJ and HPB, Both Innocent
Feb 13, 2006 04:28 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline
Still this subject? I though we agreed that, save for
small differences in tone, we both know that
the SPR did with regard to HPB what Adyar must still do
with regard to William Judge.
Yes, Adyar TS must still say that there are no pending charges
or suspitions against him, Judge. This is the real point. Because
Adyar did to Judge something similar to what the SPR did to HPB.
Not guilty is the same as innocent, but I will not tell
you that you are wrong if you think differently. Because
it is healthy to have different views in Theos-talk.
Best regards, Carlos.
From: "Frank Reitemeyer" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Theos-World HPB Declared Innocent by SPR
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 02:02:25 +0100
>The only institution who ever "judged" HPB, that
>I know, was the SPR.
Dear Carlos, that is right.
There would have been a court session about the
forged letters, as HPB wished, but Olcott and
other Indian counsil members found it better to
kick her out.
>In your own words, Vernon Harrison prooved all
>charges were false.
>And you say this is not enough as a proof and
>evidence that HPB was
No. I just wanted to say that Harrison proofed
that Hodgson's claims were false.
But he did not proof that the Mahatma Letters were
genuine or that HPB's claim was proofed true that
the letters were written by hidden Masters.
That is the difference.
>And what about the depth of the wisdom she gave
>humanity? Would a false
person, a fraud, spend her life doing what she did
and writing what she wrote?
No. But that was not part of Harrison's proof,
You are going to far, when you say that Harrsion
proofed that HPB wrote the truth.
He just proofed that Hodgson wrote not the truth.
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