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Pedro, Leadbeater & Mars

Feb 20, 2006 10:11 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline


Thank you  for you "maybe, maybe-not" commentaries.

But, if you and Adyar defend the accuracy of CWL' s Martian and
Mercurian reports, why have them disappeared from his book?

Perhaps you can explain to us all why did the
USA TPH timidly remove such important astronomical and
socio-astronomical discoveries from the recent editions
of "Inner Life"?

Why silently stealing from the readers these
precious texts as if they were some absurd fancies?

In any case, you have some more Leadbeaterian texts on Mars'
daily life in a posting by me today.

We have to recover this valuable texts unfortunately put into
oblivion, don't we?

I also have one more special question to you,
and I hope you can share your views with us.

Do you believe, Pedro,  that the Liberal Catholic
Church, L.C.C. , might have a Christian mission
working in Mars by now?

After all, its founder went there personally several
times.  Let us know if you discover anything about that.

CWL wrote there was no religion in MARS. Why would he
visit there, then, except for taking the Bible and some missionaries?

Best regards,  Carlos.

From: "prmoliveira" <>
Subject: Theos-World Re: Pedro Oliveira, HPB, NASA & MARS
Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2006 23:49:55 -0000

--- In, "carlosaveline cardoso aveline"
<carlosaveline@...> wrote:

> As a former International Secretary of the Adyar TS who lived for
> years in Adyar, perhaps you would give us all some commentaries on
> accuracy of these revelations about MARS, made by the remarkably
> writer Charles Leadbeater, SEE BELOW.

Not being a clairvoyant myself I am not in a position to comment on
his observations. Personally, I think he was just offering his view
on the subject. But it is interesting to note that the following
passage from "The Secret Doctrine", vol. 2, addenda IV-B, seems to
consider the possibility of life in other planets:

"Venus, like Mercury, has a very dense atmosphere, as also has Mars
and the snows which cover their poles, the clouds which hide their
surface, the geographical configuration of their seas and
continents, the variations of seasons and climates, are all closely
analogous — at least to the eye of the physical astronomer.  But
such facts and the considerations to which they give rise, have
reference only to the possibility of the existence on these planets
of human life as known on earth.  That some forms of life such as we
know are possible on these planets, has been long since abundantly
demonstrated, and it seems perfectly useless to go into detailed
questions of the physiology, etc., etc., of these hypothetical
inhabitants, since after all the reader can arrive only at an
imaginary extension of his familiar surroundings.  It is better to
rest content with the three conclusions which M. C. Flammarion, whom
we have so largely quoted, formulates as rigorous and exact
deductions from the known facts and laws of science.

I. The various forces which were active in the beginning of
evolution gave birth to a great variety of beings on the several
worlds; both in the organic and inorganic kingdoms.

II. The animated beings were constituted from the first according to
forms and organisms in correlation with the physiological state of
each inhabited globe.

III. The humanities of other worlds differ from us, as much in their
inner organization as in their external physical type."

> I also would like you to clarify one more issue,  please.
> When, back in 1999,  you said to me and to other Brazilian
students that the
> USA TPH was going to publish "a letter from Blavatsky" in which
> confessed she had 'a night of love' , did you know, by then, that
the source
> of such a misinformation was Mr. Solvyov, a liar and libeller
> "fifty times worse than the Colulombs" by no other than Mr. Henry
Olcott in
> his memories?   Why did you not investigate the source of the
> before making it circulate?  Was it because Leadbeater's literary
> were getting visible,  and attacking HPB with false charge was a
way of
> preserving the image of CWL's literary "achievement"???  Just
asking, I
> believe you are the one who can clarify that.

I will reserve my opinion on your claim until after the publication
of the second volume of The Letters of H. P. Blavatsky.


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