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Dallas writes about Neresheimer, Judge & Tingley

Jul 30, 2006 09:02 AM
by danielhcaldwell

Dallas wrote a few days ago on Theos-Talk:

"Mr. Neresheimer had introduced Mrs. Tingley to
W. Q. J. about a year before his death."

Now I suppose Dallas is trying to be helpful and
is trying to convey some needed information.

But as far as I can tell, what he writes is NOT
historically accurate.

Now I really don't care who wrote the quoted material.
Take Dallas' name off. 

All I ask:

Is the statement accurate whether Paul Johnson wrote it or the 
Mahachohan or Leadbeater or Dallas wrote it?

Neresheimer himself writes that it was ACTUALLY
Mr. Judge who was instrumental in introducing
(Neresheimer) to Mr. and Mrs. Tingley.

>From Neresheimer's account, one can even conclude that Mr. Judge and 
Mrs. Tingley had known each other for some time BEFORE Mr. 
Neresheimer even knew of Mrs. Tingley's existence!

Again in the above statement Dallas makes the
assertion that Mr. Judge and Mrs. Tingley only knew each other for
about a year before Judge died.

Again NOT accurate if one consults Neresheimer's account.
It would appear that they had known each other for more than 2 
years. Probably at least for 2 years and 4 or 5 months ... IF NOT 

Neresheimer's account can be found at:

See the first 6 paragraphs at the beginning of Neresheimer's account 
especially paragraphs 4 thru 6.

Now maybe Dallas has some other source for what he stated. 

I don't know. If he does, I hope he brings it forward.


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