Re: Theos-World Honest and reliable statements?????????
Jan 06, 2007 03:31 PM
by Cass Silva
Not only has he lied but he has slandered Ernest Pelletier and Daniel Caldwell, all in the name of a good day's work. I justified my responses to Carlos on the basis of defending the truth, as I see it. A justification which I now see as a meaningless waste of time. Carlos is about disruption, all in the name of saving HPB from slanderers, a false prophet who believes he is the true voice of theosophy.
If anyone is interested in discussing the articles in the collected writings I would be happy to share in the study.
danielhcaldwell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: First part of today, Mr. Aveline writes on Theos-Talk:
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.
And later in the day Mr. Aveline writes:
Ernest Pelletier did not comment Caldwell's website. And there was no
need for that.
However, I would welcome any direct commentary from Pelletier or
Bruce on the "reliability" of Caldwell's "editorial work", in the
Is Mr. Aveline providing readers here with honest, accurate and
Which statement do you believe? Which statement is true?
The statement by Aveline earlier in the day or the one later in the
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