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Frauds Re: Theos-World Occult atoms

Feb 09, 2007 05:21 PM
by nhcareyta

--- In, Cass Silva <silva_cass@...> wrote:
> I don't consider this little incident as outrageous behaviour.  It 
was simply a waste of time and effort.  Being educated by the Nuns, I 
would have gladly settled for this behaviour in preference to the 
strap for not paying attention!
>   Cass

Dear Cass
Phew...given the very liberal use of the cane, leather strap, shoe, 
wooden backing of the blackboard duster, ruler, smoking pipe and hard 
cover books to strike us with at school, like you, give me scrunched 
up pages of my worthless assignment any day!...any day!

Did you recover? 

All the best

> Konstantin Zaitzev <kay_ziatz@...> wrote:
>           --- In, "nhcareyta" 
<nhcareyta@> wrote:
> > Are you really suggesting that Blavatsky is responsible for the 
> > outrageous behaviour of Bishop Leadbeater and Dr Besant despite
> > A lanoo is totally responsible for their actions are they not?
> It seems that you haven't caught my point.
> I consider it in a perspective that it is all fraud from beginning 
> the end. No lanoos, as there were no any lanoos in this story. The 
> version that all theosophy beginnig from Blavatsky is fraud is much 
> more plausible for outside inquirer than only some persons later 
> became frauds, especially if they were known as honest people 
> their involvement into theosophy.
> As for outrageous behaviour:
> "One morning I was about to go. She said, "Do not go, I have some 
> work for you." She gave me a lot of papers to copy, twelve sheets 
> foolscap. I copied it and gave it to her. She looked at it, 
> it and threw it into the waste-basket. She was in a rage." 
> Isn't this behaviour outrageous? The only guilt of poor Subbia was 
> that he wrote on both sides of paper instead of one!
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