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Re: Theos-World Annie Besant on Bishop James Wedgwood

Jul 16, 2007 08:44 PM
by Cass Silva

After reading this Frank I tend to agree with you.  Besant had really lost the plot.  Gregory has just told us that Wedgewood and Kollerstrom were lovers and an Arhat at the same time!!!

Frank Reitemeyer <> wrote:
          Daniel writes:


In August 1925, Annie Besant spoke as follows at the STAR Congress in 
Ommen, Holland:

And now I have to give you, by command of the King, His message,
and some of the messages of the Lord Maitreya and His great
Brothers. . . what I am saying, as to matter of announcement, is
definitely at the command of the King whom I serve. . . . 

His taking possession of His chosen vehicle...will be soon.
Then He will choose, as before, His twelve apostles . . . . He has 
already chosen them, but I have only the command to mention seven who 
have reached the stage of Arhatship....

[Mrs. Besant then gave the names as follows:]

The first two, my brother Charles Leadbeater and myself, . . . C.
Jinarajadasa, . . . George Arundale, . . . Oscar Kollerstrom, . . . 
Rukmini Arundale....

I left out one and must leave out another. Naturally, our
Krishnaji was one, but he is to be the vehicle of the Lord. 


I must correct myself. Besant and Leadbeater is not pseudo-theosophy.
It's insanity.


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