Muehlegger's remarks about Johnson's THE MASTERS REVEALED
Feb 20, 2002 11:27 AM
by Blavatsky Archives
Brigitte Muehlegger in one of her recent emails wrote:
"It is not that I don't have any opinion on the
'visitations' [of the Masters] on Daniel lists, I do,
and I did let everybody know my opinion by repeatedly
announcing that I agree with Paul Johnson's take on
these matters, and kept mentioning that if anybody,
including Daniel, wants to know my opinion they should
read K.Pal Johnson's 'The Masters Revealed.'[TMR] "
Just before the above text, Brigitte also commented:
". . . I didn't want to get into the subject with
Daniel . . . because it is ALL covered in Paul's
book, and Daniel . . . knows I FULLY agree with Paul.
. . ." Caps added.
First of all, I assume Brigitte's remark about "Daniel
lists" refers to:
the accompanying documents.
Brigitte says that she fully agrees with "Paul
Johnson's take" about the visitations of the Masters
to Olcott and "it is ALL covered in Paul's book
Unfortunately, not all of the visitations in my "list"
that Brigitte refers to are covered in Johnson's TMR.
I am not trying to be difficult with Brigitte but her
statement above is somewhat confusing and possibly
even misleading. One can read THE MASTERS REVEALED
from cover to cover and still be quite
puzzled/confused/uninformed about Johnson's opinion on
many of the "visitations" of the Masters to Olcott.
See my list mentioned by Brigitte at:
Quoting from memory, I believe Johnson in TMR only
deals with three of Olcott's encounters with the
One of the reasons I was motivated to write my HOUSE
OF CARDS was because I was genuinely puzzled by what
Johnson did NOT cover in TMR concerning the
visitations of the Masters to Olcott. And I wanted to
know exactly what was Johnson's "take" on the omitted
visitations. None of that omitted subject matter is
covered in TMR.
In order to better understand Paul's position on this
whole subject, one would have to read TMR but ALSO
read portions of his second SUNY book plus some of the
exchanges in previous years on Theos-l between Johnson
and me as well as his "Reply" to my HOUSE OF CARDS,
not to mention an interview with Johnson on Brigitte's website.
Daniel H. Caldwell
"...Contrast alone can enable us to appreciate things at
their right value; and unless a judge compares notes and
hears both sides he can hardly come to a correct decision."
H.P. Blavatsky. The Theosophist, July, 1881, p. 218.
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