WHY DID DE ZIRKOFF CAST DOUBT ....?
Jun 19, 2007 10:57 AM
WHY DID DE ZIRKOFF CAST DOUBT ON THE
VERACITY OF SOME THINGS IN ES IV & V?
He was certainly someone who was an
"authority" on the literature.
But the central issue is not whether Mr. de Zirkoff
was or was not an "authority" on the literature.
Even an "authority" can be wrong at least from time to time, right?
But a more important question to ask is:
What are the primary source documents that
will help us to answer these questions about
ES Instructions IV and V?
For Instruction No. IV, I have already provided extracts from
several relevant primary source documents.
"Jakes Quotes Boris DeZirkoff on Later Instructions"
These documents and a careful study of them, etc. show that
what Mr. de Zirkoff wrote as it pertains to Instruction No.
4 is not accurate, is not correct.
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