Re: theos-talk William Judge and Katherine Tingley
Apr 14, 2011 07:29 AM
Thanks for the info. I hope Pelletier's book is made available as a pdf file
so that everyone can read first hand what he has to say and documented. The
book is expensive and voluminous and the most efficient way to make the info
available is a pdf file. There is no other choice.
On Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 12:22 AM, Daniel <danielhcaldwell@FxG0TYPFnZGNWniIkgSRweHlFZz68HDpV3Ja_q7uxdvI2e925ebeT3ZEp-GdvR67nMu64lCsN1rpt5ZckUOwpL4.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> In both books THE THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT published 1925
> and THE THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT published 1951, the ULT authors
> devote many pages about the relationship between Mr. Judge
> and Mrs. Tingley.
> Unfortunately, many misleading and inaccurate statements are made in these
> pages and an extremely relevant historical documents are not cited or even
> To rectify this problem, we have published a considerable amount
> of primary source material on the relationship between
> Mr. Judge and Mrs. Tingley on our website.
> â William Q. Judge and Katherine A. Tingley: An Analysis of the Controversy
> Surrounding W.Q. Judge's Diary Entries about "Promise" and the Dead H.P.B.
> including Material on the Close Relationship between Mr. Judge and Mrs.
> Tingley by H.N. Stokes
> â Some Testimony Concerning Mr. Judge's Close Relationship with Mrs.
> Blavatsky Archives
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