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Feb 26, 2006 08:42 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline

Dear Friends,

Ernest Wood, former international Secretary of the Theosophical Society (Adyar),
and ex-secretary to C. W. Leadbeater, reveals some astonighing facts about the false
contacts both C. W. Leadbeater and Annie Besant had with the Masters. One of them is reproduced below.

Mr. Wood writes in his book "Is This Theosophy?":

"In 1930 I acted as Treasurer as well as Secretary (...). In correspondence with Dr. Besant, who went to Europe, I conducted the business of the Society, held meetings and editted the 'Adyar Theosophist'."

"The 'Theosophist' had been removed to America, because it could be carried on better from there; but shortly afterwards the 'Adyar Theosophist' was started to replace it at Adyar (...)"

"When Bishop Leadbeater returned to live again at Adyar at the end of 1930, not knowing that Dr. Besant had said in Chicago that the magazine had been transferred to America by Master's orders, he brought forth a statement from the Masters that it should be returned to Adyar, as it had never been their desire that it should be removed from there."

That is, the names of the Masters were being freely misused as a source of political authority, and those who used their names did not even consult each other in order to give some outer consistency to their fancies.

Best regards, Carlos.

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See "Is This Theosophy?", by Ernest Egerton Wood, published by Rider & Co., Paternoster House, E.C. London, 1936, 318 pp., and republished by Kessinger Publishing LLC, Kila, MT, USA. The quotation comes from page 310.

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