Re: Theos-World on "W.C. Leadbeater"
Mar 01, 2006 03:33 PM
by Cass Silva
The tone and the florid language certainly does not sound like HPB. I always thought it was C.W. and not W.C.
Konstantin Zaitzev <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: I've looked on the facsimile reproduction and found that Blavatsky
really wrote "W.C. Leadbeater" but the context shows that there
was nothing scornful about it, probably it was just mistake. This
inscription was made not earlier than in 1889.
To my sincerely appreciated & beloved Brother & friend
Most probably the inscription is genuine, otherwise such mistake
was scarcely possible.
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