Steve Stubbs: ""I see no reason to doubt their [the Masters']claim . . . "
Feb 15, 2002 07:16 AM
Steve Stubbs wrote:
"I see no reason to doubt their [the Masters']claim that they
belonged to an organization headquartered in northern India which has
come to be referred to as the 'White Brotherhood' and which had
Tibertan connections and/or influence."
Quoted from: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/theos-talk/message/5195
A chart could also be made showing that Steve Stubbs' views
on many of Blavatsky's and the Masters' claims are diametrically
opposed to those of Brigitte Mühlegger.
This comparison would show, among other things, that one need not be
a "Theosophical Fundamentalist" to disagree with Mühlegger's
I think that, in fact, Mühlegger may be considered a "radical
skeptic" of Blavatsky's claims and not a "neutral" scholar as she has
seemingly claimed. By "radical" I mean that in comparison with even
Paul Johnson's views on Blavatsky and the Masters, Mühlegger's
views are far more skeptical and negative.
Daniel H. Caldwell
[Back to Top]
Dedicated to the Theosophical Philosophy and its Practical Application