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Re: theos-talk Re: Justice to Judge in 2011

Apr 03, 2011 02:09 AM
by Erica L. Georgiades


Certainly a lot of people would get a copy of the book if it would be 
distributed on PDF format. I would be one.
Not sure you have seeing the book, but is giant....that means a lot of work was 
put into it. 

Somehow, someone who spends such long time doing this kind of work, should get 
some incoming. Or at least  be able to cover the expenses of the publication, 
which I am not so sure was the case with the mentioned book. 


From: MKR <>
Sent: Sun, April 3, 2011 7:25:47 AM
Subject: Re: theos-talk Re: Justice to Judge in 2011

Let me jump in here. I have posted a msg that getting a pdf file published
will help those interested in Judge Case get more facts. I hope many of
those who strongly feel about Judge issue will contact Pelletier and
convince him to release his book as a pdf file for free download. The book
is too pricey for most theosophists to buy it. And those who want a hard
copy will buy it any way. Personally I would like to read the pdf copy get a
first hand idea of the details that Pelletier has presented in it.


On Sat, Apr 2, 2011 at 4:19 PM, Erica L. Georgiades <>wrote:

> Kons,
> Regarding democracy you are right. About questioning the motives of the
> group or
> that there might be something else behind their intentions, I can't agree
> with
> that. It is clear the group who request the revision considers there was a
> misjudgment of the case. This is only natural because there is a lot of
> unpublished material about it. As long the material related to the case is
> not
> published, the question mark will remain open: was a correct judgment or
> not?
> I am not so sure about Olcott's judgement. Do you think he did right to
> request
> HPB to leave India? Cetainly many Theosophists will tell you he could have
> managed the situation in a different way. Also that he should have
> supported
> H.P.B., despite all controversies at the time. Olcott also request
> Leadbeater
> to leave the Theosophical Society. Something Besant changed when invited
> him
> back. So it seems that Besant did not consider Olcott's judgement correct
> on
> that matter. I am sure those who praise CWL disagree with Olcott till
> today.
> And if Besant had not called him back, perhaps they would be right now
> sending
> letters to Adyar requesting a revision of CWL's case... who knows.... And
> if
> this would be the case, do not listen to them would be also unfair.
> Humans are far from being perfect and that do not exclude the founders and
> leaders of the Theosophical Society. There has been people judged by
> competent
> tribunals and condemned to death penalty, whose innocence were proved
> decades
> after their execution. Judge has a special place in the history and
> foundation
> of the T.S and the facts regarding his case should be made public. To close
> here, I think that Govert presents very reasonable suggestions that should
> be
> considered by all interested.
> Erica
> ________________________________
> From: Konstantin Zaitzev <>
> To:
> Sent: Sat, April 2, 2011 9:37:52 PM
> Subject: theos-talk Re: Justice to Judge in 2011
> --- In, "Erica L. Georgiades" wrote:
> > At the moment that there is a group of persons, from all over the
> > world, who consider important a review of Judge's case, to ignore
> > them or even to suggest (as u do now) that their request is not
> > relevant, is simply not democratic or right.
> If those people are then to ignore their request is not democratic. But if
> they
> are not members, it has no any relation to democracy. And their motives
> should
> be investigated.
> Personally I think that the President-founder was the more just and
> competent
> person to decide who was right, Besant or Judge, than any comission which
> is
> possible to create today.
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