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Re: Theos-World Sufilight, next time Blavatsky visits you, ask her a question....

May 13, 2006 12:59 PM
by M. Sufilight

Hallo all,

My views are:

First you will have to answer why you consider this question so
extremely relevant to be answered?

Read again:
And, Daniel, I would not put too much emphasis on all those letters by
Blavatsky and Judge - and similar ones.
A great degree of their content has to do with provoking theosophical
experiences in the Seekers
reading them. Wisdom operates on a level beyond scholary examinations. We
will all have to understand this. And as long as one is not a Blavatsky or a W. Q. Judge one
will have problems in detecting the subtleties in those letters.

Mahatma Letter 47 by Morya is the answer.
"So let us talk -- for sharp as your voice may be, your heart is warm and
you end by saying "Whether you decree that what seems to me right be done or
not" you are ever ours faithfully etc. Europe is a large place but the world
is bigger yet. The sun of Theosophy must shine for all, not for a part.
There is more of this movement than you have yet had an inkling of, and the
work of the T.S. is linked in with similar work that is secretly going on in
all parts of the world. "

"You know K.H. and me -- buss! know you anything of the whole Brotherhood
and its ramifications? The Old Woman is accused of untruthfulness,
inaccuracy in her statements. "Ask no questions and you will receive no
lies." She is forbidden to say what she knows. You may cut her to pieces and
she will not tell. Nay -- she is ordered in cases of need to mislead people;
and, were she more of a natural born liar -- she might be happier and won
her day long since by this time. But that's just where the shoe pinches,
Sahib. She is too truthful, too outspoken, too incapable of dissimulation:
and now she is being daily crucified for it. Try not to be hasty, respected
Sir. The world was not made in a day; nor has the tail of the yak developed
in one year. Let evolution take its course naturally -- lest we make it
deviate and produce monsters by presuming to guide it. "

Blavatsky spent some of her time provoking theosophical experiences in people.
That was most likely why she was accused of inaccuracies.
I wrote this letter partly with this motive in mind.

M. Sufilight with peace and love...

----- Original Message ----- From: "danielhcaldwell" <>
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Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2006 9:18 PM
Subject: Theos-World Sufilight, next time Blavatsky visits you, ask her a question....


You wrote:

In fact an almost physical body of her smiling was
materialised last evening in my bedroom.
I am serious as I can be. This was about the second or
third time she visited me like that.

Next time Blavatsky visits, ask her if she wrote this
in 1885.

"[Franz Hartmann]...has turned our devoted [William
Q.] 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.

Try to get an answer and post it here on Theos-Talk.


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