Adelasie, Ernest and the Portraits
Sep 16, 2006 01:38 PM
In one of your postings, you wrote to me:
"...thanks to Adelasie, you are not QUITE ALONE [caps added] in the
abuse and vulgarization of the sacred names and Masters' portraits,
something which, by the wat, was rightfully and bitterly denounced
for EVERYONE TO KNOW by Ms. Helena Blavatsky in the final chapters
of 'The Key to Theosophy'."
Now Carlos, it appears that in your above words you are stating or
at least suggesting that Adelasie is ALSO guilty (along with me) of
being somehow involved in "the abuse and vulgarization of the sacred
names and Masters' portraits."
You said I was not QUITE ALONE so Adelasie must be in company with
me in regards to this.
I'm curious: exactly what did she do to deserve these "kind" words
Now compare what you say about Ernest in another posting:
"....I have written more about the process of disrespect regarding
sacred names and portraits of Masters, which, of course, was not the
intention of Ernest Pelletier...."
You say Ernest did NOT intend to show "disrespect regarding sacred
names and portraits of Masters" although he in fact published in a
book (which is for sale to the public) the portraits of the Masters.
So why do you "overlook" and in effect make excuses for Ernest when
at the same time you say Adelasie is guilty of the abusing and
vulgarizing of "the sacred names and Masters' portraits"?
Or in other words, although Adelasie published no portraits of the
Masters, she seems to get a rebuke from you whereas Ernest who
published the portraits gets no rebuke.
I would appreciate your clarification of the above since some might
think that you are here using some double standard as regards
Adelasie and Ernest.
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