Jake: This Facsimille is not in my 1st ed. Vol. III "Echoes."
Jun 19, 2007 10:38 AM
I wrote some time back:
P.S. This photographic copy of the
2 pages from "Suggestions and Aids"
is taken from Volume III of Mr. Judge's
ECHOES OF THE ORIENT,
But you continue to insist that:
This Facsimille is not in my 1st ed.
Vol. III "Echoes."
Jake, I ask you to first look at:
Now Jake, in the above page ONLINE, look in the
left hand column of text. This is page 343 of
Volume III of Judge's ECHOES OF THE ORIENT.
Towards the bottom of that page (343) still in the
left column of text, do you see the title:
THE SEVEN WORLDS
And below do you see the triangle with all the words
surrounding the triangle: Parabrahman, Nirvana,
Do you see the big "1" that I marked the text with?
Do you see all of this?
Now go to your physical copy of Volume III of Judge's ECHOES OF THE
Do you see this same material at the bottom
of page 343 in your copy of this Point Loma
Again go back to:
Look in what I am calling the right hand column of
text. This is page 344. Do you see that number?
Then look at the first line of text on that page which
"The upper triangle is the root...."
Do you see that text?
Now notice that in the facsimile, I have marked a number
of lines of the text with the numbers 2, 3, etc. thru 15.
Do you see my markings?
Line 15 (as I marked it) ends with "(MS. of a Teacher)"
Now go to your own copy of Volume III of Judge's ECHOES OF THE ORIENT.
Please turn to page 344.
Do you see the line of text starting the page off:
"The upper triangle is the root..." ????
Can you go down the lines to where I mentioned above the phrase:
"(MS. of a Teacher)"
Do you see these words?
I am holding in my lap as I type what appears to be the first
edition (1987) of Judge's Volume III ECHOES OF THE ORIENT.
All of my observations above and the facsimiles given were
taken from the pages in this book in my lap.
Jake, I hope you will go thru this excercise and tell us what you are
seeing and reading.
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