Questions to Steve Stubbs about the Ooton Liatto Case and other cases
Feb 07, 2002 04:53 PM
Thanks for your posting at:
I gather from what you write that you are in complete agreement with
K. Paul Johnson that in the Ooton Liatto Case two "physically present
people [were] conversing with Olcott....". [see Case A at
In other words, you maintain that the two men in Olcott's apartment
were NOT imaginary figments of Olcott's hallucination but real flesh
and blood human beings. I also assume you agree with Johnson that
these two men were ADEPTS.
Steve, am I right in what I write above?
Moving to the next related issue.
>From what you have written at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/theos-talk/message/5036 , may we safely
assume that you also accept "at face value" the other cases cited at:
For example, in Cases B, C and F, Olcott reports that his Master
[Morya] came to visit and talk with him. In light of what you have
written, I am assuming that you accept that a real physical person
came to visit Olcott on each of these occasions. And furthermore
that this person was Blavatsky's Master who used the pseudonym M. Am
I right in making these assumptions?
One more example: In Case D, Olcott testified he saw "one of the
Masters" at the Golden Temple in Amritsar. Do you accept that a real
flesh and blood man gave HPB and Olcott each a rose?
Thanking you in advance for your further input and clarification of
Daniel H. Caldwell
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