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Where's HPB?

Jun 12, 1998 00:12 AM
by Govert Schuller

A month ago I posted the following on a C.U.T. list:

A close friend of Geraldine [Innocente, founder of the Bridge to Freedom]
was a very interesting individual, Frances
Ekey, who was HPB come again. She had joined the I AM in its very early
days in 1934, knew Geraldine in 1945 just after she was contacted by El
Morya and the Maha Chohan, and became an important I AM leader in
Philadelphia. She made the switch to the Bridge with a lot of other I AM
members in 1952. She was also the one who believed Mark Prophet to be a
genuine channel for the Masters and founded with him the Lighthouse of
Freedom, precursor of The Summit Lighthouse, at which founding meeting she
was present.  In the beginning of the 60s she breaks with Mark and goes her
own way, publishing the "I AM the Lighthouse of Freedom" newsletter. She
made her transition in 1968 and has been "on her knees" for twenty years
now to repent for her mistakes as Apostle Peter, Henry II, Henry VIII, HPB
and Frances Ekey and probably other incarnations.  Meanwhile many
theosophists and also the Masters Themselves hold her dear, very dear.

(The very interesting thing about Ekey and her place in the story of the
succession of emissaries of the Masters is that she was very close to all
persons who were implementing the contingency plan for Krishnamurti's
failure, i.e. the Ballards, Innocente and Mark. As HPB she had announced
the coming of a  'torch-bearer of truth' for the last quarter of this
century. Besant and Leadbeater were instructed to implement the plan
roughly fifty years earlier with Krishnamurti. When he failed the Masters
turned to Ballard and probably directed Ekey to help out. With the founding
of The Summit Lighthouse she at least helped to lay the organizational
foundation of indeed this century's 'effort' through Mother [Elizabeth Clare
Prophet] and C.U.T.  The
Theosophical Society, which she helped founding as HPB, was originally
intended to be the organizational vehicle for this century's effort were it
not for Krishnamurti and the T.S. both failing many of their respective
tests. (See for the background story
with many clarifying quotes in the endnotes)

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