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Re: Theos-World Olcott denying HPB?

Mar 12, 2006 03:00 PM
by krsanna

John -- The offer I made to provide a web site for a Truth & Justice 
Committee that I suggested is an encouragement to those who 
endlessly debate the conditions of the theosophical movement.  I am 
not a theosophical scholar and am not working on anything of that 
order.  I made the chart just to get the basic outline of straight 
of the relationships of the many confusing relationships between 
theosophical organizations in contrast to the many claims made about 

My "real" project is the proto-Mayan calendar, its application and 
origin.  That's where I need to put my time and attention.

Thank you for the confidence you express in me.  It is well 

Best regards,

--- In, samblo@... wrote:
> Bruce,
>     Thanks for your comments and citations. I thank you. I am not 
> with the "Prayag Letter" you reference but it seems important to 
the forensic 
> trail of events, perhaps Krsanna will also include these critical 
elements in 
> her capable well endowed and trained efforts. I have high 
confidence in her 
> skills. 
>     I do remember Chakravarti being mentioned as having insinuates 
> influence to someone, Besant?
>     I don't have Pelletier's Book. But in any case "clouded" 
or "obscured" 
> doesn't necessarily mean "ruined" to me, the Truth is exsumable. 
Why did Judge 
> reprint only part of the Prayag Letter and not the full letter? In 
the cursory 
> glimpse I had of the first page of the Google listings I read on 
one of them 
> that Besant issued a statement in April and Olcott posted the 
Postscript in the 
> Theosophist in June not April is that correct or not your content 
in this 
> post seems to counterdicte that, am I reading this right? Did 
Olcott post his 
> "Postscript" commentary in two successive issues of the 
> Where is the complete unchanged "Postscript" of Olcott found 
online if you 
> know?
> would you be kind enough to explain what is was and what the view 
of Basil 
> Crump was in this affair, I understand time is precious. Is it a 
> subjective belief that Olcott sided with the superstitions of the 
Brahmans or was it 
> the purely "Administrative Process" he as President was obligated 
to carry out 
> coupled with his heretical declaration that when Blavatsky laid 
aside her body 
> all communication with the Mahatma's has ceased to happen, and 
this was 
> resented by certain others?  I understand that the Brahmin wanted 
to maintain 
> stasis and continuity of their historical position, that is why I 
posed the earlier 
> question about Adyar post Blavatsky.
> Many thanks for your willingness to post the sources you consider 
cogent in 
> the matter,
> John
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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