Re: A Second Invitation to Anand about Masters
Nov 02, 2008 08:39 AM
> But if SOME of the letters were NOT "containing Masters' thoughts"
> then there is another possibility that NONE of the letters contained
> Masters' thoughts for the simple reason that the Masters didn't exist.
I won't say Masters don't exist. But I don't think there is sufficient
accuracy in so called Mahatma Letters to allow them to be called
letters from the Masters. It is possible that Blavatsky received
glimpse of Masters' thoughts, then she put them in her own words,
materialized and told others that Mahatmas sent letters. Big problem
caused by it is Mahatma's image is tarnished because of low quality of
Blavatsky's writing in so called Mahatma Letters.
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