Re: Unanswered questions
May 28, 1998 00:32 AM
by Jerry Hejka-Ekins
Sorry Paul, but this is not the case with me, nor do I think it fair to
assume that it is generally true either. Further, the supposed
unwillingness of those who disagree with you to go "outside of the
conceptual universe which these folks live" may be more or less true,
however, I suspect that the same problem may also apply to the accuser.
Please see my post to Dan.
K. Paul Johnson wrote:
> In Daniel's latest, he comments that no "Blavatsky students" are
> willing to discuss the Krishnavarma issue I raised, which he
> considers legitimate. Then he posts an excerpt from a website in
> which I quote and comment on a passage from TMR about 4
> conflicting versions of Morya, and tries to solicit comment on
> I've tried to get some discussion on that before and failed. But
> several other passages I posted more recently on the subject of HPB and
> "untruth" have gone unanswered. What do we make of the passage
> in HPB's letters to Sinnett where she confesses to lying when she
> said she was indifferent or opposed to a Russian invasion of
> India? What to make of her remarks to Charles Johnston on the
> subject? What to make of Master M's comments about her being
> obligated to mislead people about the Masters sometimes, related
> to international considerations?
> None of these things can be explained by my alleged "bad
> motives." Perhaps the real problem is that they cannot be
> explained *at all* without going outside the conceptual universe in
> which these folks live, and which they have no intention of
> leaving or even questioning?
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