What is "K"?
Mar 10, 2006 11:31 AM
Is "K" for Krishnamurti or Krotona? There was a legal battle over
the Krotona property a few decades past. As you can see, I am not a
Krishnamurti follower and knew him only by legend in metaphysical
circles as the guy who didn't want to be the messiah. I learned
only recently that Krishnamurti's messianic role was engineered by
Besant and Leadbeater.
Strangly, MKR, I don't feel that missed anything. The sun still
rises, the moon still is full at the right time, and I still feel
--- In email@example.com, "M K Ramadoss" <mkr777@...> wrote:
> All theosophists and Krishnamurti followers are well aware of the
> the K went thru with Rajagopal and the Trustees of K Trust.
> was a lawyer by training, wanted repeatedly to deal with K directly
> bypassing his lawyers and K's lawyers told K that he could not do
> jeopardizing the litigation.
> Also for those newbees unfamiliar, some years ago, one of the K
> Trustees - Austin Bee, was for years an officer of TSA , and he
> pains to hide his long connection with K. (Even in the two page
> published in Quest by TSA - when Algeo was TSA President, there
> mention whatsover about Bee's involvement with K/K Trust). There
was a time
> when he as one of the Trustees was a litigant in a litigation K
> recover K Trust Properties in Chennai/Adyar from the control of
> and his trustees and lo and behold the other party (representing
> interests) was a committee of which Radha was a member, I think its
> I am sure some of you may remember all this. As said earlier, TSA
has a lot
> of experience with litigation in the past.
> On 3/10/06, krsanna <timestar@...> wrote:
> > Yes. You are right. The dangerous practice reflected in the
> > is a measure of Jeffrey Forth, and a good one to remember. All
> > John Scott's correspondence has gone through his attorney.
> > Krsanna
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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