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

Apr 27, 2000 09:50 AM

In a message dated 4/12/00 7:31:21 AM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

<< Krishnamurti (to me, "the K." will always be Murray)
 was the "vehicle" for the World Teacher, but rejected it. >>

Dear Bart,
Having lived in New York for a number of years, I, too, feel that Murray the 
K, will always be "the K."  I have some of "his work" here, which I enjoy, 
now & then.  But please:  "K" is not "the K"!

I guess you haven't read my book.  It gives what I (& an increasing number of 
others, who have read it) think is definitive evidence for the fact that K 
absolutely NEVER rejected being "the vehicle for the World Teacher."  Ten 
days before he died, he reiterated the fact that he was, in no uncertain 
terms.  I provide numerous references, throughout his life, in which he says 
the same, in the 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, & 1980s.
I'm afraid you're simply repeating the old bromides, based on rumor & 
innuendo, promoted by people who made the very wrong assumption that it is 
not possible to speak about these things by making reference to facts & 
evidence.  Up till now, everyone has made the mistaken assumption that ANYONE 
can talk & opine about these things, without worrying about having to prove 
anything, because there is no such proof.  Think again.
Love those oldies but goodies!

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