Carlos: "ON BORIS DE ZIRKOFF"
Jul 20, 2006 02:51 PM
>From one trojan horse to another!!! ;)
"Boris is certainly one of the best theosophical workers in the 20
century. A mysterious occultist, by the way, on whom scarce personal
data will be found. A man respected by everyon in the movement--
except perhaps Trojan Horses."
I am NOT trying to cast doubt on Boris and that he was one of
the best theosophical workers, etc.
But all of the above does NOT change ONE IOTA the fact that Boris
SILENTLY EDITED the Collected Writings edition of THE SECRET
Nor does any of the above negate the observations made by Peter M.
and Dallas T. as quoted in my previos posting.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "carlosaveline"
> Daniel, Friends,
> I try to see the forest, besides the leaves of trees.
> As a whole, Boris was a great worker. Look at the "Collected
Writings", for instance.
> The "Collected Writings" was, or is, an "ecumenical" effort, and
this fact has in itself an enormous merit.
> C. Jinarajadasa, for instance, who made many more mistakes, has my
respects and gratitude because, 1) he defended HPB; 2) helped work
with the Mahatma Letters (LMW); 3) helped open a dialogue among the
various theosphical groups; 4) anyone who works for the movement is
entitled to make mistakes as any other human.
> I recognize important merits in Radha Burnier, in N. Sri Ram and
many others with whom I disagree in more than one issue. The
movement is good as it is. Its "childhood" will take a few
centuries, at least, and all its workers will have other chances in
future times, according to their sincerity at heart.
> Boris is certainly one of the best theosophical workers in the 20
century. A mysterious occultist, by the way, on whom scarce
personal data will be found. A man respected by everyon in the
movement-- except perhaps Trojan Horses.
> Best regards, Carlos.
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