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Re: Theos-World Leadbeater's problem

Apr 11, 2000 10:48 AM
by M K Ramadoss

According to K, Leadbeater was temporarily clairvoyant.

However in Adyar TS circles he was the undisputed contact person with
Adepts and all his claims were accepted by most as 100% correct. No one
will ever know the full truth or falsity.

In K's case, it looks like the way he and others expected him to turn out
to be was wrong. They expected that there would be rerun of the way Lord
Maitreya appeared 2000 years ago (apostles, rituals, church etc.) If some
one predicted 2000 years ago that the Lord is going to appear the same way
the Hindu God Krishna appeared, they would have been wrong.

As for K, whether he was a success or failure can be judged only a century
from now.
For now what seems to be important is if his message has any impact on
human beings and help them change, that is critical.

Considering the large number of people who are reading his books and
watching his videos, apparently many around the world are interested in the
topics he discussed for over 60 years.

My .02

At 05:10 AM 04/11/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>Dear friends:
>We have been talking about Leadbeater recently.
>Leadbeater said he was a clairvoyant.  He said he could see our fisical,
>astral, and the two kind of mental bodies. He also said he knew the
>Adepts.  In his book about tha Masters and the Path, he said he saw the
>Maitreya, before his coming to the World.
>But, if he really had all of these experiences and capabilities, I don't
>understand why he made a great mistake about Krishnamurti's identity.  He
>should have known Krishnamurti was not Master Maitreya.  And it is also
>surprising that, with his "great clairvoyance", he was in such a mistake
>for much more than one simple day.
>So,  was he really clairvoyant?  Doesn't it seem that he was alucinating
>or may be lying?.

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