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"purpos[e]ly distorting one quote"?

Nov 26, 2001 11:24 AM
by danielhcaldwell

Brigitte wrote in part:

"[Daniel] in the most recent case [is] purpos[e]ly distorting one 
quote so it could hardly be recognized atoll." 

Brigitte, please tell us what is distorted in this quote from your 
posting of yesterday:

". . . If the Hiraf document [an article by HPB] and . . . 
[HPB's book] Isis [Unveiled] mention India and some oriental terms, 
they didn't have to be authentic Sout[h] Asian . . . or 
have . . . 'oriental Masters' living in Tibet involved . . . ."

I think the meaning is pretty clear.

Are you now trying to tell us that you do not accept the basic 
statement in this quote?

If I have distorted it then please REPHRASE it so that we may all 
know what one of your basic contentions is.

And unless you radically change the intended meaning behind the 
quoted words, I believe my commentary at:
still applies.

Daniel H. Caldwell

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