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Master's visit to Ernest Wood

Apr 29, 2009 09:19 PM
by MKR

Ernest Wood, a well known writer and lecturer, came to India from England as
a young man and gave prime of his life full-time working for the TS. He is
known to be in touch with a Master and the book Seven Rays was based on the
material he got directly from the Master and the information contained in it
was original and the book was written in a weekâs time. After Annie Besant
died, he ran against George Arundale, another Englishman and Arundale was
elected to succeed Besant.

After the election, a Master visited him and thanked him for his services.
Here is what Wood has written about the Masterâs visit:

One afternoon, as I was about to enter the bathroom to wash my hands (I had
been gardening) I was told by an inner voice to go at once to the library.
When I arrived there I found the Master standing near the table, and the
whole room throbbing â as it appeared to me â with his aura. He thanked me,
for himself and his colleagues, for what I had done in connection with the
election. I record.

It is to be noted that the thanks was both from the Master himself and his
colleagues (Lodge). We may recall that a master wrote to APS that
ingratitude is not one of their vices.

The above incident made me think. We had a recent election in which another
well known leader was defeated by the sitting president.

I am wondering if he was visited by any Master after his election defeat. If
so, it would be interesting to know the msg conveyed to him. If a Master did
not visit, did any other entity visit him â there are many entities in the
invisible world, who are active. We have not heard anything so far.
Theosophists would enjoy any information on this.

Next question is, if no Master visited him, is any message being sent by the


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