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G. de Purucker on Adolf Hitler

Sep 05, 2008 01:19 PM
by danielhcaldwell

Frank R. wrote in the last week on Theos-Talk:

For usual texts from adepts have no zeitgeist aroma and this is the
reason why I also to not believe in the authenticity of the alleged
stenographic memo of de Purucker's words regarding Hitler and
Herrmann Rauschning, which is distributed by Point Loma Publications.
The day when this text comes out as authentic, I'll say theosophy

I give below a LINK to a photographic facsimile of what Frank 
describes as "the alleged stenographic memo of de Puruckers words 
regarding HItler":

See facsimile of the letter in question at:

A relevant note of information concerning this letter is as follows:

"...Elsie Savage Benjamin was dePurucker's secretary from when he 
became leader in 1929 to his death in 1942 and ... literally ALL of 
his correspondence was done by dictation e.g. spoken to Elsie, taken 
down in shorthand and typed out by her, brought back to him to read 
and then sent out...."

For even more background information, see the article titled "Hitler, 
Nazism, and Theosophy" by Ken Small in May 2006 Issue of THEOSOPHY 

See the article at this URL:


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