My Three Critiques of Paul Johnson's Thesis about the Masters
Jan 03, 2007 10:35 AM
My Three Critiques of Paul Johnson's
Thesis about the Masters Morya and Koot Hoomi
BELOW are links to my three critiques of Paul Johnson's thesis about
the Theosophical Masters.
I could care less what Paul Johnson's motives were or were not for
writing his books on this subject. And regardless of what my own
motivations, etc. are or are not, readers who are interested can
determine for themselves if my critiques and arguments of Johnson's
thesis make sense or not, are valid or not, etc.
(1) K. Paul Johnson's House of Cards?: A Critical Examination of
Johnson's Thesis on the Theosophical Masters Morya and Koot Hoomi
(2) A Closer Look at Some of K. Paul Johnson's Arguments Concerning
H.S. Olcott's Testimony about the Masters
(3) "I view M. as a composite character...."
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