A. Besant's Failing Memory?
Apr 13, 2006 11:26 AM
A few months after Henry Olcott’s death, Annie Besant admitted in her 1907 book Theosophical Lectures that William Q. Judge had rendered a “great service” to the movement.
Besant added that she was against his expulsion from the Adyar TS.
Thus she seemed to forget that she had personally demanded his expulsion in a signed document in 1895.
(1) The Judge Case, Ernest Pelletier, The Edmonton Theosophical Society, 2004, part II, p. 444.
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