Re: theos-talk The Wills of Helena P. Blavatsky
Apr 05, 2011 01:21 PM
You are right. Once made available for free on Internet, intelligent leaders
will be able decide for themselves as to the even handedness in the
authorship. At $95US plus shipping, most have not seen it. A few who have
reviewed them perhaps got them free review copy so the price issue does not
hit them. Recently I was told that complimentary copies of one of the pricey
books were sent to many well known theosophists and thus when we see a
review, this aspect is not touched on. One writer/reviewer, even went on to
say that it is not a good idea to make theosophical material easily
available and people should work for it!!!! Anyone who is not sensitive to
the pricing simply misses the key point -- need to make material easily
accessible to everyone.
On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 1:31 PM, M. Sufilight
> Yes. But making it available for free will only help the truth to be better
> known - all in all that is.
> Well, others might of course have a different view.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Konstantin Zaitzev
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2011 9:01 PM
> Subject: Re: theos-talk The Wills of Helena P. Blavatsky
> --- In email@example.com, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> > Let us see if we get any positive response.
> Pelletier writes:
> "Now, after having met barely two years prior, they forged an alliance that
> was only jeopardized once, shortly after Blavatsky's death. What kind of
> tête-à-tête did they have to suddenly come out from
> Blavatsky's bedroom pledging allegiance to each other and to be true to the
> Cause? Which Cause?", etc, etc.
> From the very first chapter it's quite obvious that the book is very
> prejudiced. Probably not less than SPR report about Blavatsky.
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