"No proper identification": Do we have a good example with the ETS reprint???
Apr 17, 2006 12:35 PM
Please notice the progression here:
Originally Carlos wrote:
"In the disgusting volume The Esoteric World of Madame Blavatsky —
while believing the editor has selected truthful documents — the
reader will bump into many of the lies written against HPB. There he
will see two texts by Emma Coulomb (pp. 35-36 and pp. 210-215) with
no word from the 'editor' Daniel Cadlwell admitting he is publishing
documents which have no trace of truth in them whatsoever."
Notice Carlos' words:
"....no word from the 'editor' Daniel Cadlwell admitting ...."
Now after I have pointed out repeatedly that this is simply not true
by quoting directly from my book several statements showing that
what Carlos wrote is not accurate, Carlos apparently backs off from
his "NO WORD" stance and writes instead:
"Only in the final pages of his sad book he made commentaries
admitting those 'texts' were likely not authentic."
Well I guess we should be happy with his apparent concession and
retraction of his original statement!!!
But now we must puzzle over his definition of FINAL in the
phrase "the FINAL pages"....
because more than 100 pages BEFORE the final pages of the book I
wrote at the appropriate place about the Coulomb attack having no
Anyway moving on....
If Carlos is really "upset" because I gave "no proper
identification" about the Coulomb testimony, then is the following
example another example of what Carlos would consider "no proper
In 1995, the Edmonton Theosophical Society (who is also the
publisher of Fohat where Carlos originally wrote his above quoted
words about my book) REPRINTED the ENTIRE 112 pages of Madame
Coulomb's "disgusting" (to use Aveline's description) pamphlet.
They published the ENTIRE pamphlet and sold it. A correspondent of
mine originally wrote me informing me that he had bought this
reprint and I in turn bought copies although I had a copy of the
Nowhere in the reprint by ETS is there ONE WORD warning today's
readers about the contents of this volume....not even in the FINAL
pages of this reprint!!
Maybe Carlos should dash off a letter to FOHAT and ETS telling them
that they should have done differently....that they should not have
reprinted this DISGUSTING volume...and with "no proper
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