Failure of J. Krishnamurti
Feb 20, 2009 02:23 PM
> And in 1925 Annie Besant herself said the following to the
> Theosophical world and members of the Adyar T.S.:
> "And now I have to give you, by command of the King, His message,
> and some of the messages of the Lord Maitreya and His great
> Brothers. . . what I am saying, as to matter of announcement, is
> definitely at the command of the King whom I serve.
> His taking possession of His chosen vehicle . . . will be soon.
> Then He will choose, as before, His twelve apostles . . . and their
> chief, the Lord Himself. He has already chosen them, but I have only
> the command to mention seven who have reached the stage of Arhatship,
> Who were the 'Arhats'?
> The first two, my brother Charles Leadbeater and myself, . . . C.
> Jinarajadasa, . . . George Arundale, Oscar Kollerstrom, . . . Rukmini
> I left out one and must leave out another. Naturally, our
> Krishnaji [Jiddu Krishnamurti] was one, but he is to be the vehicle
> of the Lord. And the other is one who is very dear to all of us, as
> to the whole Brotherhood: Bishop James Wedgwood. He had borne his
> crucifixion before the seal of Arhatship was set upon him by his King.
> Those are the first seven of the twelve whom He has chosen, with
> Himself as the thirteenth. 'Ye call me Master and Lord, and ye do
> well, for so I am.'
> Now the wonder may come into your mind: H.P.B. was the only one
> who was really announced as the messenger of the Master. Since then
> the world has grown a good deal, and it is possible that while the
> few may be repelled, many thousands will be attracted to the
> Christ. . . . Whatever the effect, since He has said it, it is
> done. . ."
> The Theosophist, November, 1925
Above passages from Annie Besant show that Lord Maitreya wanted to
work through the chosen Apostles mentioned above. J. Krishnamurti
taught exactly opposite of Apostleship, Masters etc. and never worked
through those Apostles. This contrast between Besant's announcements
and Krishnamurti's teaching proves that Krishnamurti failed and was
not carrying the message of the Lord.
Note the last sentence "Whatever the effect,.." It shows Annie Besant
was uncertain about the result. This uncertainty was perhaps because
Besant was doubtful whether J. Krishnamurti will be able to deliver
the message properly or not. And her doubt proved true as J.
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