Mühlegger continues her silence on her true opinion about Olcott's encounters
Feb 15, 2002 06:50 AM
SUBJECT: Mühlegger continues her silence about her true opinion
of Olcott's encounters with the Masters
Brigitte Mühlegger's reticence to either explicitly agree or
disagree with what both Steve Stubbs and Paul Johnson have written
about Olcott's encounters with the Masters continues to puzzle me.
The "Chart of Differing Interpretations of Some of Olcott's
Encounters with the Masters" [see:
http://www.blavatskyarchives.com/masterschart.htm ]shows that the
explanations she has given are not compatible with Johnson's and
Stubbs'"real adepts" view.
I personally cannot believe that the opinion of my German
corrspondent at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/theos-talk/message/5467
is actually true.
But Mühlegger has had plenty of time to deny what the German
correspondent believes. But she has said nothing.
In the near future when I find the time I am going to write a posting
comparing in some detail her view as given at:
with the view of Stubbs which can be found at:
Contrasting the "thinking & reasoning" behind each of these views
will provide some interesting insights.
Daniel H. Caldwell
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