"...Mr. Judge was really the Master K.H....." ???
Apr 25, 2006 08:41 PM
Mrs. Alice Leighton Cleather asserts:
"Mrs. Tingley then told me, among other things, that Mr. Judge was
really the Master K.H.; and Mr. Judge did not discourage this idea
when I gave him my report of the interview."
I remember years ago first reading this statement and then
remembering something else that seemed very strange to me.
In "The Ocean of Theosophy" by Judge, we read:
"Devachan is then neither meaningless nor useless. 'In it we are
rested; that part of us which could not bloom under the chilling
skies of earth-life bursts forth into flower and goes back with us
to another life stronger and more a part of our nature than
before; . . . Why shall we repine that nature kindly aids us in the
interminable struggle; why thus keep the mind revolving about this
petty personality and its good and evil fortunes?' (Letter from
Mahatma K. H. See Path, p. 192, Vol. 5.)"
Quoted fron online edition:
I remember reading this and saying to myself, what K.H. letter is
that quoted from? I didn't ever remember these words in the Mahatma
Letters or in any other KH letter that has ever been published.
Curious about this, I went to Vol. 5 of The Path and found that
these above quoted words supposedly from K.H. occur as the last
paragraph of an article titled "Devachan", pp. 190-192, (Sept.-
These quoted words in the OCEAN end the article and are NOT in
quotes and are NOT attributed to KH but the article is signed W.Q.J.
What this means I have no idea!
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