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Re:John Algeo's Letter

Apr 26, 1998 07:42 AM
by M K Ramadoss

Thanks for the msg. Thanks for your invitation to Los Angeles. BTW, I am
not a scholar and just a student and I rarely travel.

The issues we are dealing has nothing to do with John Algeo personally. We
are dealing with some fundamental problems facing TSA and in my humble
opinion are very serious for the future of TSA/TS. And they need to be
addressed quickly.

BTW, I am not on any of the steering committees of ACT and hold no offices
in TSA and its lodges. I am just an independent dues paying member attached
to the San Antonio, Texas lodge.

Let us hope that TSA takes a turn for the better and soon.


At 12:53 AM 4/26/1998 -0700, you wrote:
>M K Ramadoss wrote:
>> Some of them have explicitly indicated they are from Chicago area and it
>> appears all of them are from Chicago area.
>Oh dear brother again crying aloud!!!!!!!!
>When I went to Olcott for the first time 3 years ago, for the Annual
>Meeting and Summer School, I requested a meeting with John Algeo during
>a lunch I think. He responded Ok.
>Next day we meet, I introduce myself, told him my backgroud in the New
>Acropolis, and my work in the TS in Southern California and offer my
>service as a national lecturer. He listened very careful, he took notes,
>he look at me and said Ok you are on the list, I will tell Nathan G.
>He was very open, very accessable, very friendly.
>Last year I gave several lecture as a National Lecturer, I had a great
>time 'sharing theosophy.'
>Like me there must be hundreds of individual whom I have seen in the
>last 3 years that I have been in the Annual Meeting at Olcott having
>private meeting with John Algeo
>I met him for the first time at Krotona, few months earlier. He was
>given a seminar on Sacred Geometry.
>He was my neighbour in the student houing. Well late night I discovered
>some fibonachi manipulation. I knock at his door, introduce myself and
>spent over an hour talking about. Next day He asked me to share it with
>the class.
>He was open, nice, friendly, accessable. He behave like a good
>theosophist and leader.
>MRK, be sure I said this with no interest from the TSA, I am an
>Engineer, making enough money, and do not need the title of a National
>Lecturer to do my theosophical work.
>Next month I have about 7 o 8 lectures in the TS, some in South America,
>some in North Carolina, some in California, I have opened a Study group
>at my home and meet every thrusday. And love to share theosophy, the
>best of it . . . not the doss, sorry the dross of people. Like yopu and
>me we all in the Path towards the Truth, slowly, step by step, studying,
>reflecting and assimmilating . . . growing in awareness and
>consciousness. We all make mistakes but very slowly we learn from it.
>So brother MKR, aren't you going to stop gossiping about issue of
>membership, fees, and personalities?
>Isn't better for the world that your time and energy is used in sharing
>theosophy instead of complaining so much?
>>From some of your emails I noticed that you know a lot, that you are
>very wise. Please come to Los Angeles and gives a talk like the wisdom
>of Krishnaji, and your wisdom, etc, etc . . . you are very welcome
>Martin Leiderman
>in West Los Angeles

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