Re: Theos-World Were Mahatma Letters forgery?
Oct 16, 2008 01:31 PM
by Raquel Rodríguez
I am trying to imagine the reason you have to feel the desire to make people believe, without any single foundations, that Helena Pretovna Blavatsky, this beautiful human being, full of love and generosity that gave her entire live to give the Truth to humanity without expecting any other regard in return but the very possibility that human kind will be able to develop as fuller and happier human beings, conscientious of their own nature, would have any single reason to mislead people. And the only reason that comes to my mind is:
THINKS THE THIEF EVERYONE IS OF HIS OWN CAPACITY
says and old Spanish prover
Your assertions are getting painful
--- El jue, 16/10/08, Anand <AnandGholap@gmail.com> escribió:
De: Anand <AnandGholap@gmail.com>
Asunto: Theos-World Were Mahatma Letters forgery?
Fecha: jueves, 16 octubre, 2008 9:47
Mahatma Letters were not written verbatim. They are HPB's writing of
what she understand from Masters' thoughts.
But there is real problem here. Blavatsky materialized her own words
in the handwriting of the Masters, signed them with Masters' names and
then told that they were Mahatma letters. In today's world this would
be called as plain forgery.
It is like X writing something, imitating Y's handwriting, and signing
it as Y.
This is actually an offense.
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