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On CWL's Frauds and Fancies

Feb 28, 2006 06:16 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline

Dear Konstantin,

Thanks for your message, see below.

If you read "The Elder Brother", by G. Tillett"; or "Is This Theosophy?", by
Ernest Wood; or the Autobiography of Mr. A. Sinnett, you will see what I
mean. And also "There is No Religion Higher than Truth", by E. L. Gardner.

I believe these texts will be enough and we should discuss them at Theos-talk
in the near future. Yet there are many others.

If you talk to Ms Radha Burnier or Joy Mills, privately, you will see what I mean by their
unwillingness to defend CWL's wild fancies in any way whatsoever...

Pay attention to the way Pedro Oliveira, who has "political" experience, defends CWL: always
rather in an indirect way.

There are strong reasons for all that.

CWL's frauds have been clearly PUT ON THE TABLE and a growing number of theosophists
now dare to accept the facts.

I am confident you will follow the same trend in due time.

Best regards, Carlos.

From: "Konstantin Zaitzev" <>
Subject: Theos-World Re: HPB and "W.C. LEADBEATER"
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 18:32:11 -0000

--- In, "soulsurvivor7771" <pathinfo@...>

> Carlos, this is a new low. Now you want us to judge CWL's works on
> the basis of HPB's personal likes and dislikes.

Moreover, there are documents proving her good attitude to CWL.
She wrote letters to him in quite confident tone. In 1889 she gave him
her books with the friendly inscription.

> he was sometimes referred to by the Old Lady as "W.
> C. Leadbeater".

Are there any proofs? Was WC already in wide use in those times, to
have such connotation?

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