Re: theos-talk Some of My Observations on E. Pelletier's THE JUDGE CASE.
Apr 08, 2011 08:29 AM
Pelletier has spent quite a bit of time and resources in researching the
Judge case as the voluminous book indicates. While there have been reviews
on the book, I am one of those who want to see the book itself rather than
go by reviewers. As everyone knows the book costs $95 plus shipping. How
many theosophists can afford to spend that much money on the book? The
number of theosophists are small. Those interested in matters like Judge
Case is even smaller. The book has been in the market for some years and
hence the sales from now on is going to be minuscule. Even those who love
printed books, I have seen many old theosophists love print media to
electronic, would love to have a digital copy they can load it to their
computer or carry with them on a USB drive. Hence, I would request all those
who are energized with Judge case to contact Pelletier by email, phone or
snailmail and encourage him to make a pdf file of his book available on the
Internet for free. If he does not have a pdf file, I can make one if I
receive a free complimentary copy of the book. The conversion can be done in
Hope all of you agree.
On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 8:01 AM, jdmsoares <jdmsoares@oK80BTv58icIDZJuEoGqGnWzdxUiuH359roomCtgsbIpAYAZWOgM_jugDBV6gyRRCCMXSQsr2UkpR6R8zg.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> Dear friends,
> I am happy to see a free debate develop on the issue of Justice to Judge
> and on the excellent book by Pelletier. We believe every side of truth
> must be examined. The debate itself demonstrates the central importance
> of WQJ's life and work have to the theosophical movement.
> Best regards, Joaquim
> --- In email@example.com, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> > 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
> > 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
> > book is very narrow. So I wonder how many more books can be sold at
> > price. Obviously the point in producing the book is to educate
> > about the case. It can be best done and most effectively by making a
> > 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
> > him that making the pdf file available for free is the best thing that
> > be done to Judge at this time.
> > MKR
> > On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 2:08 AM, Daniel danielhcaldwell@... wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > > On the webpage listed below, I have tried to give some
> > > of my observations concerning the book titled THE JUDGE
> > > CASE.
> > >
> > > http://blavatskyarchives.com/pelletier_judge_case.htm
> > >
> > > I have more notes and observations but I need to
> > > collate them and will do that as soon as I can.
> > >
> > > Daniel
> > > http://hpb.cc
> > >
> > >
> > >
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