The basic issues and questions about Besant and Crosbie
Apr 23, 2006 08:49 AM
Here are the basic issues and questions discussed
in the article which Carlos decided to bring to
the attention of Theos-Talk readers:
IF Mrs. Besant was guilty of what Mr. Garrigues and associates
accused her, then is it not equally fair to at least pose the
Did Mr. Robert Crosbie also violate his own original 'solemn' E.S.
pledge by reissuing (through the DES) Blavatsky's esoteric
instructions to new students under an oath of secrecy?
If Mrs. Besant was guilty of breaking her pledge, why not also Mr.
Did Mr. Crosbie violate his original pledges by allowing other
people to have copies of Blavatsky's & Judge's esoteric
Who gave Mr. Crosbie the authority or right to disregard his
original pledges & offer these instructions to new students?
Did Mr. Crosbie believe and claim that he was in contact with the
dead Blavatsky, the deceased Judge and the Mahatmas receiving their
permission to start the Dzyan Esoteric School and reissue H.P.B.'s
esoteric instructions, etc. in 1909?....
It is clear H.P.B. issued the esoteric instructions at the direction
of the Masters. But years after the deaths of both H.P.B. and Judge,
who gave Robert Crosbie the authority or right to go against his
pledges & reissue H.P.B.'s esoteric instructions to new students
under an oath of silence and secrecy?
Did Mr Crosbie believe that he was following in the esoteric
footsteps of Blavatsky and Judge?
IF Mr. Crosbie believed he was given permission by the dead HPB or
the dead Judge or the Mahatmas to establish the D.E.S. and reprint
HPB's Instructions, then would he be guilty of violating his pledge?
But the SAME QUESTION should be asked of Mrs. Besant....
Did she ALSO believe she was in contact with the dead HPB and/or the
Masters and did she believe that they gave her permission to reprint
the Instructions in THE SECRET DOCTRINE, Volume III?
If she believed this was the case, then would she be guilty of what
the Theosophy Company writers accused her of?
Will Carlos deal with these questions in a straightforward manner or
ignore them and try to distract the reader???
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