Re: theos-talk Some of My Observations on E. Pelletier's THE JUDGE CASE.
Apr 08, 2011 06:10 AM
Thanks for the good work you are doing.
Still, from a personal perspective, I would like to read Pelletier's book as
he had put in a lot of work in it. It is voluminous, but getting info
firsthand from it allows one to come to their own conclusions. The book is
very pricey costing $95 plus shipping. Which makes it almost out of reach
for theosophists in developing countries.
The only way to quickly and easily make it available is to upload a pdf file
on to Internet so that anyone can download it for free. The market for the
book is very narrow. So I wonder how many more books can be sold at this
price. Obviously the point in producing the book is to educate theosophists
about the case. It can be best done and most effectively by making a copy
available as a pdf file. I have even offered to convert it as a pdf file if
a complimentary free copy is sent to me. Conversion can be done in a day and
the book will be searchable.
Let us hope everyone interested in the case contacts Pelletier and convince
him that making the pdf file available for free is the best thing that can
be done to Judge at this time.
On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 2:08 AM, Daniel <danielhcaldwell@AVovA6X-SQtxU8DKvrwZdBW-FVKWAeZAWux5UKQzZ5MEQkAXfAOaU2q_PXSjtIHsL4Sf1IIWNpbzK3h2MRiabroxLsk.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> On the webpage listed below, I have tried to give some
> of my observations concerning the book titled THE JUDGE
> I have more notes and observations but I need to
> collate them and will do that as soon as I can.
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