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Theosophical Archives & the Judge Case

Apr 29, 2006 00:18 AM
by danielhcaldwell

Theosophical Archives & the Judge Case

It is a good idea to ask the T.S. Adyar to make available from
its archives all the historical documents relating to the Judge
Case, but I would imagine it would be a good idea to ask all the
existing Theosophical archives to make available their historical
documents as they relate to the Judge Case.

There are possibly very valuable unpublished documents in the
Pasadena TS Archives that would help
independent researchers trying to understand
the pros and cons of the Judge Case.

For example, are there copies of letters
that Judge sent to Olcott, Besant, Chakravarti, etc. etc.?

What about the letters written to Judge
from Besant, Olcott, Chakravarti, and other
relevant players in this theosophical drama?

What about Judge's diaries including a possible 1884 diary
covering the period when Judge was in India?

Or possibly unpublished notes, etc. from Judge
defending and describing how he acted as
a transmitter of letters from the Mahatmas.

There may be other documents which would in effect
help to throw light on the various charges in the Judge

Other Mahatma letters relevant to the Judge

Also letters of Elliott Coues, Judge, and HPB concerning the
issue of Judge allegedly sending Mahatma Letters to Coues
in 1887/1888.

I also wonder what other unpublished documents relevant to
the Judge case are in other Theosophical archives, such as the 
archives of the ULT Los Angeles and New York, the H.P.B. Library
in Canada, the Alexandria West archives, the Point Loma Publications 
archives, etc.?

Daniel Caldwell

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