Re: theos-talk Re: Col. Olcott: "I had a motive to live for, an end to strive after."
Apr 05, 2012 08:09 AM
I have seen comments about how physically energetic a man Olcott was. We
really need clones of him and not arm chair professors.
On Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 7:34 AM, Mark Jaqua <hozro@eGJ8FPh-dI3Wq8tUprvug3DthcEbaBesr8ocUzv_Hsh1Kkv79rOH-ohzGBRhtMkC-_Ysh6UIIqrD.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> In going through early "Theosophists" and early literature, despite
> perhaps some of his later goof-ups, I'm always amazed at how totally active
> and dedicated Olcott was - always giving lectures (a 1000 wasn't that
> unusual), starting groups and schools, etc., constantly on the move. It's
> amazing. He was a good lecturer, his one lecture on Zorastrianism to Parsis
> is really outstanding.
> - jake j.
> >2. Col. Olcott: "I had a motive to live for, an end to strive after."
> Posted by: "Daniel" danielhcaldwell@v06nAIvqIOu-k_6mPauCzkEIm1D02Mcpdw5ILWDfm61cEt49jUMHVgr0x3KrYdSgattsNsIVCNmD5rVGFocVCE-92Ok.yahoo.invalid danielhcaldwell
> Date: Tue Apr 3, 2012 8:18 am ((PDT))
> >In the excerpt to be found in the link below, Henry S. Olcott writes
> about meeting H.P. Blavatsky and his encounters with the Masters.
> >Notice what he says about: "I had a motive to live for, an end to strive
> Blavatsky Study Center
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