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Master K.H. on the "disfigurement" of Theosophy

Apr 25, 2007 11:40 AM
by danielhcaldwell

Master K.H. on 
the "disfigurement" of Theosophy     

Master K.H. wrote:

"I dread the appearance in print of our philosophy as expounded by
Mr. H[ume]. I read his three essays or chapters on God (?) cosmogony
and glimpses of the origin of things in general, and had to cross out
nearly all. He makes of us Agnostics!! We do not believe in God
because so far, we have no proof, etc. This is preposterously
ridiculous: if he publishes what I read, I will have H.P.B. or Djual
Khool deny the whole thing; as I cannot permit our sacred philosophy
to be so disfigured. He says that people will not accept the whole
truth; that unless we humour them with a hope that there may be
a 'loving Father and creator of all in heaven' our philosophy will be
rejected a priori. In such a case the less such idiots hear of our
doctrines the better for both. If they do not want the whole truth
and nothing but the truth, they are welcome. But never will they find
us-- (at any rate) -- compromising with, and pandering to public

Master Koot Hoomi, The Mahatma Letters, 2nd ed., Letter 54



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