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Re: What does Bill Meredith think about Olcott's Experiences with the Masters?

Mar 28, 2002 09:23 PM
by danielhcaldwell


Thanks for your comments at:

Bill, AT LEAST you gave your estimation of Olcott's "claims". 
Thanks. But I can't say the same for that other person who considers 
herself a "neutral" scholar. 

Concerning that same "neutral" scholar, you write:

"Perhaps in refusing to respond directly to your incessant 
interogatories, she is being more honest and forthright than all the 
rest of us put together."

Well, Bill, I guess that is your opinion and you're entitled to it 
but I don't think there is any proof - conclusive or otherwise - for 
that extraordinary belief!!! :) But if you want to believe that, go 
for it.

You also write:

"I do not need Olcott's testimony or your charts to validate my 
belief in extraordinary men and women capable of extraordinary 

Well, my charts don't count for much except to illustrate the 4 step 
process of discovery. As to Olcott's testimony, I am glad that he 
saw fit to give it so that others might possibly gain insight from 
his experiences.

Mmm, "extraordinary men and women"? But we won't go into that.

But again thanks for your hypothesis 6.

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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