Re: Theos-World HPB : "[Hartmann]...has turned our devoted Judge...into our enemy...."
May 01, 2006 04:06 AM
by Frank Reitemeyer
Daniel, the letter might be genuine, but the
content is not true.
HPB felt for a short time into the trap, but later
on she excused herself to Hartmann, when he
visited her in Germany.
It's in one of her letters.
I'm quite sure you know that.
So I opt to include it, but with reference to
HPB's excuse to Hartmann.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, May 01, 2006 9:19 AM
Subject: Theos-World HPB : "[Hartmann]...has
turned our devoted Judge...into our enemy...."
Could HPB have actually written in a letter
of May 23, 1885 to V.S. Solovyoff the following:
"[Franz Hartmann]...has turned our devoted
Judge, when [Judge was] despatched [in 1884] by
Olcott from Paris to
Adyar, into our enemy." Quoted from V.S.
Solovyoff's A MODERN
PRIESTESS OF ISIS, p. 125.
Is this text genuine HPB or a forgery? Is this
entire letter a
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