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Failure of J. Krishnamurti

Feb 14, 2009 05:50 PM
by Anand

> Leadbeater wrote in The Third Object of the Theosophical Society:
> "I know quite well that our Krishnaji [J.Krishnamurti] has been
> teaching that the highest of all is pathless, either that there is no
> specified path or that every man must find his own..."

Here C.W. Leadbeater says "I know quite well that our Krishnaji
[J.Krishnamurti] has been teaching....", and then challenges the views
of J.K.
 If Leadbeater believed that the Christ was teaching through J.
Krishnamurti, he would have said   "I know what the Christ is teaching
through Krishanji". But CWL does not say so. That means he knew that
Christ was not teaching through Krishnamurti.

Anand Gholap

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