Judge to HPB: "Let us not beat around the bush. You have lied now & then...."
May 13, 2006 08:15 AM
In a letter dated May 16, 1885, William Q. Judge
wrote to H.P. Blavatsky:
"A pall of horrible misunderstanding seems to be
"...I was foolish enough to give him [Hartmann]
confidentially, some analyses of your character
which I had better have kept to myself but I was
no worse than Olcott. All of it was impersonal
for I did not suppose we were trying to injure
you. I was certainly not."
"I do not care what you did or what you are
I am still the same friend as ever and shall so
"All I ever said was that it seemed as if you had
lied and played tricks now and then but I always
said that still I believed in you. And I do.
Let us not beat around the bush. You have lied
now & then & perhaps played some tricks, but I
tell you I do not care a tinker's damn. You are
to me as you were ever...."
"What I wrote about to Hartmann is a ridiculous
message about Holloway which if it emanated from
a Mahatma showed lack of knowledge to say the least.
But let us drop that...."
"As ever then, I remain faithful to you as well
as to the cause and begging your pardon for needless
William Q. Judge
Compare the above letter to HPB's letter to Judge at:
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