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Re: Questioning authenticity

Oct 16, 2008 10:23 PM
by Anand

--- In, "adelasie" <adelasie@...> wrote:
> Probably there is no final word on this issue: how authentic is the 
> work of HPB. Perhaps the final answer to the question lies in the 
> heart of evey reader. Does this work speak to you or does it not? If 
> so, it is pure gold. If not, search elsewhere. But it seems somehow 
> unnecessary to accuse HPB of misdeeds when the very process by which 
> she attained her information is a mystery that few have plumbed, the 
> more obviously because of the misinterpretations that abound. If the 
> work does not inspire the student, is it not possible that it might 
> have a very different effect on another student? Therefore why impute 
> negativity? 

I have come across more people who are frustrated, disappointed by
Blavatsky's writing than people who are inspired by her writing. That
made me do assessment of Blavatsky's writing. For your information, A.
P. Sinnett was also of the opinion that Blavatsky's own thoughts
contaminated so called Mahatma Letters. 
Anand Gholap

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