WHY DID SPIERENBURG say the "phoney KH letter".....?
Jun 19, 2007 11:50 AM
WHY DID SPIERENBURG say the "phoney
KH letter" was one to Hume in 1882?
Because I gave Dr. Spierenburg that information. In fact, I wrote
the text that you are apparently referring to.
See p. xxiii of THE INNER GROUP TEACHINGS of H.P. BLAVATSKY,
2nd enlarged and revised edition published 1995.
In W.Q. Judge's diary for Oct.-Dec. 1888, one will find
a transcription of what you choose to call the "phoney
It is indicated in this transcription that the "letter"
was written to Hume. If this is true, then we are probably
looking at the year 1882.
In this same diary when he was visiting the Gebhards in Germany, Mr.
Judge writes that he was allowed to see a certain KH letter written
to a member of the Gebhard family.
>From a totally different source, I was able to obtain the texts of
two KH letters written to members of the Gebhard family.
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