Re: TSA'S MISSION STATEMENT
Sep 13, 2006 04:20 AM
better algeo than radha
--- In email@example.com, MarieMAJ41@... wrote:
> Carlos, my knowledge about the power politics of Dr. Algeo is not
> up-to-date, nor am I priviledged to understand his motivation in
using some of the HPB
> "Letters", which you find slanderous, and I merely find
> Carlos, I have been wondering if you can provide proof positive
that what you
> have been saying about the controversial "Letters" is true? Or do
> hold an opinion, one of thousands such, without having real,
> evidence that is required to continually make the statements that
> As to the mission statement, I do not agree with the changes that
> proposed (or have been approved, I know not) because there was
> with the old mission statement, nor do I approve changing the
wording of the
> 3Objects. Adyar TSA is prone to edit books that were previously
> not adding anything substantial or new to the edited versions.
> once, John Algeo wanted to stun us with something new when he put
> so-called spy letters. I don't know.
> I do appreciate your passion, Carlos. But, if you have evidence, I
> to receive it. By the way, we have met, in the 1990s, while we were
> attending a retreat at Krotona.
> John Algeo's power politics and his slandering of HPB in the
edition of her
> "Letters" is much more important than such a re-writing of the mission
> Unfortunately, Ms. Katinka actively supported that slandering in a
> published in FOHAT magazine. By adopting the Coulombs' lies and
> "HPB may have faked phonemena", Ms. Katinka was not kind to the
truth of the
> facts, nor to HPB; and she also lied in the good company of Mr. V.
> like-minded scoundrels.
> Anyway, there still are lots of sincere theosophists in the TSA,
> whom I met personally in the 1990s. Perhaps some of them -- as
> instance -- may give us here an inside perspective on how things
> Regards, Carlos.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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