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A Letter from Greece

Apr 13, 2011 04:30 PM
by jdmsoares

Dear friends,

The "Justice to Judge" initiative has the participation of many
students from various countries and affiliations.

One of those many letters sent to Adyar came from Greece, by Aspasia
Papadomichelaki, a student from the ULT- Greece.

Below you can read her letter.

Best regards, Joaquim


  An open letter to

Mrs Radha Burnier
International President
The Theosophical Society
Adyar, Chennai 600 020

Tuesday 12th April 2011

Dear Mrs. Radha Burnier,

It's been a long time since we met during my visit to Adyar and during
European conferences.

All the while, I have been following up Adyar' s activity through the
monthly issue of the Theosophist.

On the occasion of William Q. Judge's birthday, April 13rd, I would like
to briefly lay before you  my point of view on that significant man
whose contribution in disseminating Modern Theosophy, even though
important, has not been duly recognized and vindicated to this day.

When I joined the Athens T.S., William Q. Judge's name was typically
written along with the names of the other two co-founders of the
Society. Still, no one among its members had any idea or could say a
word about that great theosophist and his exceptional work. Later on,
when I became an ULT associate, I found out for myself about his work
and I got to know how devoted he was to the Cause; finally, I realized
that W. Judge was the great "absent", the ignored hero of our

I appreciate your conscientious work for T.S., the way you have chosen
to do it.

I also believe that W. Judge worked for the Cause along the guiding
lines conveyed by the Mahatmas through H.P.B. His contribution was
essential in that he presented the teaching in concise form and managed
to make it accessible to more people. W. Judge was the first one to 
disseminate and establish Theosophy in North America.  No one can
disregard either him or the two other co-founders who all served the
Cause with incredible self-sacrifice and renunciation.

We all know that human beings are prone to mistakes and we are all under

But since the Movement was chosen as the "corner stone of
humanity's future religions" how can that goal be achieved if
BROTHERHOOD does not embrace all and redress any past injustice?

The Athens ULT has decided to stand by the "Justice for Judge"
with a video, posted on You Tube,
<>    giving high lights on his
life and work.

Hoping that you will lend a rightful ear and sound judgement,

I remain cordially yours,

Aspasia Papadomichelaki

Associate of United Lodge of Theosophists

Athens, Greece

--- In, "jdmsoares" <jdmsoares@...> wrote:
> Dear friends,
> News from the "Justice to Judge" initiative in 2011.
> We have just published in our websites a new letter that will be sent
> the International President of Adyar Theosophical Society.
> The links are:
> 1)
> html
> .html>
> 2)
> <>   and
> 3)
> <>  .
> Best regards,  Joaquim
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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