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Theos-World Re: Aryel Sanat on "Leadbeater's problem"

Apr 27, 2000 08:40 AM

In a message dated 4/11/00 12:43:11 PM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

<< 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?.

Dear David,

In my book THE INNER LIFE OF KRISHNAMURTI I give what I think is several 
items of evidence to show that CWL must have been clairvoyant, and a very 
developed one at that.  Please refer specifically to those items of evidence 
I offer, I let me know if I am mistaken about any of them.  Of course, ALL of 
the items of evidence I give MUST be shown to be mistaken, since any one of 
them points unequivocally to CWL having been, not only clairvoyant, but 
possibly the most important clairvoyant in history, so far as I am aware of.

Regarding K having been THE VEHICLE for the Lord Maitreya (CWL never said K 
would be "the Master Maitreya"):  My book is precisely about this subject, & 
it provides a great deal of evidence relevant to several issues you raise.  
An increasing number of readers keep telling me, in various ways, that the 
evidence in this book is "definitive" about certain formerly highly debated 
issues, which you address in your question.
After having read my book, I would appreciate it very much if you point out 
where, specifically, I could have gone wrong.  If you cannot show specific 
points on which the book takes a wrong turn, every point you make is way off 
the mark, & not in accordance with numerous facts, witnesses, & evidence 
provided in it.
All the best,

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