Re: theos-talk Letter to India
Apr 03, 2011 04:54 PM
Just a thought occurred to me. Since the General Council can bring up any
issue that the members want, would it not be a good idea to contact all of
them and tell them that Judge case need to be revisited. This may bring the
issue to more attention and possible lead to some action.
In addition, many who have not read much about Judge may benefit from making
the Judge Case book by Pelletier available on the Internet as a free pdf
file so that intelligent and interested theosophists can get first hand
facts about the case. As a subscriber here mentioned it is voluminous -
running into 900+ pages. This is all the more reason that we all should
contact Pelltier to encourage him to upload a pdf file of the book.
I hope many would join me in this suggestion.
On Sun, Apr 3, 2011 at 4:47 PM, jdmsoares <jdmsoares@HAMGT-mHgnvfRn8zgz6kCXFHJbWAWTC4-WFlXoME_2j7PG22eqhzCr-mK0Uf2Zb5qA-DVdeLNMnNzJpk.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> Dear Friends,
> Please see below a brilliant letter to Ms. Radha Burnier on the topic
> Justice to Justice.
> It was sent yesterday from Berlin. Ms. Sieglinde Plocki, the friend who
> wrote the letter, belongs to the Point Loma Theosophical Society in
> Germany. Sieglinde has been active for various years in the chain of
> Best regards, Joaquim
> Mrs. Radha Burnier
> International Headquarter
> Theosophical Society
> Chennai, 600 020
> Berlin, April 2, 2011
> Dear Mrs. Burnier, dear Leaders of Adyar Society,
> William Quan Judge's Birthday is approaching, so let me again refer to
> your letter of 2007 quoting: "I do not believe that Justice can be
> established by writing letters."
> May I just kindly remind you that our societies, like each one of us,
> have karmic duties and to clarify the Judge case, is one of them. If
> writing letters reminds us of this duty, it helps a lot, provided, of
> course, that action follows.
> Let us recall again and let me repeat â which I will do as long as
> necessary: Many times during the history have Adyar officials been asked
> to clear the "Judge Case" openly and to restore William Quan Judge's
> reputation. May I again just remind you and the officials of Adyar
> Society, that you, Mrs. Burnier, are holding the key role in this case.
> It is in your hands now to make amends for previous mischief. This is
> highly significant in terms of Karma and would definitely lead to a
> strengthening of association and better cooperation of all Theosophical
> Societies, as it would strengthen the common basis of our work. I
> respectfully and kindly ask you to bring to your mind the importance of
> your responsibility, as well as the great prospects for the future which
> are in your hands now.
> Theosophical Societies, theosophical teachings, are still under attack
> from various enemies of the eternal wisdom, from ignorants of all
> colours and creeds and especially political opinions. We therefore must
> stand in the world as one voice, one stronghold, one shelter for the
> seeking. Let us unite in closer cooperation on the basis of mutual
> understanding. It is possible! One important step in this direction is
> giving justice for William Quan Judge, whom we are deeply indebted with
> With best regards and full of hope,
> Ms. Sieglinde Plocki
> 10585 Berlin
> Schustehrusstr. 25
> Deutschland, Germany
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