Re: "...unless a judge compares notes and hears both sides...."
May 07, 2011 10:57 AM
Also what HPB writes BELOW is also extremely relevant to
the Orlando T.S. controversy.
Blavatsky Study Center / Blavatsky Archives
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> This post is timely. Many of us know nothing about Judge issue. The book -
> Judge Case - authored by Ernest Pelletier is one of the most exhaustive
> publications. It is voluminous.
> Most theosophists are open minded and inquiring disposition and would not
> accept second hand information and want to go to source material and love to
> read Pelltierâ??s book.
> The unfortunate part of the book is its price. It costs nearly $90 including
> shipping. This is too pricey for most theosophists who have a day job and
> live paycheck to paycheck.
> Information is power. But due to the pricey nature of the book very few have
> seen the book.
> It is the duty of all theosophists to disseminate theosophical and TS
> related information. The pricey nature of the book makes this not feasible.
> Now comes the role of digitization and Internet. The book can be very easily
> converted to a searchable pdf file in one evening and made available on
> Internet for anyone to download. There are many volunteers, including
> myself, ready and willing to convert the book to pdf file and upload to
> Internet. We can make the file free to anyone and suggest readers send in a
> donation just like it was done with many shareware and freeware programs
> since 1980s.
> I hope the publishers look at this opportunity and jump at it if they are
> keen on supporting the move to give Judge vindication.
> On Fri, May 6, 2011 at 11:06 PM, Daniel <danielhcaldwell@...> wrote:
> > ". . . Contrast alone can enable us to appreciate things at their
> > right value; and unless a judge compares notes and hears both sides
> > he can hardly come to a correct decision."
> > H. P. Blavatsky
> > The Theosophist,
> > Volume II, July, 1881, page 218;
> > reprinted in H.P.B.'s Collected Writings, Volume III, p. 225.
> > "The human mind can hardly remain entirely free from bias, and
> > decisive opinions are often formed before a thorough examination of a
> > subject from all its aspects has been made."
> > H. P. Blavatsky
> > THE SECRET DOCTRINE
> > 1888 edition, Volume I, page xvii
> > Daniel
> > Blavatsky Study Center / Blavatsky Archives
> > http://blavatskystudycenter.com
> > http://blavatskyarchives.com
> > http://hpb.cc
> > http://theosophy.info
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