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Did HPB Write These Words about W.Q. Judge??

Jan 02, 2007 10:17 PM
by danielhcaldwell

In a letter dated June 15, 1877 to A.N. Aksakoff,
H.P. Blavatsky wrote:

There is Judge, who has simply become a holy Arhat.
He sees visions and he flies; and he asserts that he passes
out of the body every night and roams in infinite
space. I ring a bell in Forty-seventh Street, in my room,
and he hears it at Brooklyn, eight miles off; he starts
off at once, and in two hours he appears at my call.
Quoted from Vsevolod S. Solovyoff, A MODERN PRIESTESS
OF ISIS (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1895), p. 276.

Did HPB write these words about W.Q. Judge??

If you were the editor of a collection of 
HPB's collected letters would you include or exclude
(remove) this letter from the volume?

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