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Last missing CW Online articles

Jan 06, 2007 07:18 AM
by Ton den Hartog

In my last scan of the CW website I found these 4 articles missing because of problems with the CDROM

Volume 9 Part of June 1888 (Page 370) 
Title "Artikel called "Reply of Abbé Roca to Madame Blavatsky's Allegations against 
Christian Esotericism (Abbé Roca)-with Footnotes by H. P. B. (translation of the above)"
Hyperlink to enter article does not work

Volume 12 Part of 'Esoteric Instructions' (Page 511)
Title "esoteric Intruction Instruction No I"
Hyperlink to enter article does not work

These two are now available in spite of the CDROM bug thanks to a tip from Nicholas

Volume 3 Year 1882
Title "Zoroaster in "History" and Zarathustra in the Secret Records"
"Click here for continuation" hyperlink on page 459 does not work

This one is still a problem but I decided to simply scan in the 8 pages from the book :-)

Volume 14 Part of "MYSTERY OF THE BUDDHA" (Page 426)
Title "What the "Book of Dzyan" and the Lamaseries of Tsong-Kha-Pa say"
Hyperlink to enter article does not work

This looked like a problem but in the end was just a part of the title of the previous tile...


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: carlosaveline 
  To: theos-talk 
  Sent: Saturday, January 06, 2007 3:51 PM
  Subject: Theos-World Unreliable Archives Online


  I haven't had the time to examine Mr. Caldwell's or Mr. Green's websites. 

  All I did was to bring here the testimony of a most respected theosophist and author, Mr. Ernest Pelletier, who wrote that it is "no practical" to quote from the texts Mr. Caldwell presents as authentic, in his website or websites. 

  Ernest Pelletier wrote in FOHAT that Mr. Caldwell is threatening the accuracy of theosophical records and literature, in his area of influence. 

  I would recommend websites which have a commitment to some "organic" part of the theosphical movement, so that you know where they stand. 

  Mr. Caldwel criticizes, or attacks, every single Theosophical group, although using various false names; he supports no one, among theosophical groups. 

  He sows dissention and gossips ; no one knows where he stands or what he stands for. 

  No surprise his website is not reliable. 

  Regards, Carlos. 

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