Re: An Insider's Perspective on Blavatsky, Judge, and Besant
Feb 11, 2007 06:05 AM
Yes it's only been in recent years that I had even heard of her.
One of the great things about the internet has been making these
writings easily available for perusal.
The Canadian Theosophist articles have also been a great source of
information of this kind for me.
Most members have no knowledge of this history, but even if a small
group of people start to investigate these historical issues on the
net, hopefully at least some may start to educate themselves and thus
have a wider perspective on the movement and all its issues.
Can you give me some more info on the Guruda Necklace and Seal of the
Tashi lama ?
I'd be interested to know a bit about it.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, samblo@... wrote:
> You know for 4 years I posted references to Alice Cleather books
and for 4
> years there wasn't a single response to it. It wasa deafening
> was continious. I was quite perplexed not really being clued in to
> Lodge and the other factions. Finally I think it was mkr that
posted something on
> Cleather and then Daniel Caldwell followed with posts. But it took
> to have it register even an indication that Alice Cleather ever
> a strange surreal cloud misted over the value of her perspective
> unique special in my view. It reminded of Party Politics. I was
impressed when I
> read her books and saw the Peking Lodge Group Photograph taken
there in China.
> Even today so many years later if you Google for the Guruda
Necklace and Seal
> of the Tashi lama there is zero listing. It appears Alice Cleather
> only one who reproduced it for us all.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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