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Re: Theos-World Re:Leadbeater & Krishnamurti - corrected

Nov 30, 2002 04:11 PM
by ramadoss

There are a wide range of opinions about Leadbeater's clairvoyance. 
However, Discovery of Krishnamurti and how his (K's) philosophy has 
affected many is factual. All one needs to do is to visit a 
large bookstore and see his (K's) publication on the shelf outnumber 
theosophical to 10 to 1.

Krishnamurti, when he was seen in the Adyar Beach was scrawny and dull 
witted with no indication of any capability showing his future potential as 
a philosopher and speaker. He was a dull student when young and he never 
passed a single examination in his life.

In his famous speech of "Truth is a Pathless Land", Krishnamurti laid out 
his reasons why he severed connection with all organizations including 
Theosophical Society. Krishnamurti stood by his statement until he died. It 
anyone has not seen it, I would be glad to post it here.

Also Krishnamurti never married.

I would be glad to see any sources which throw additional light on the 
issues relating to Krishnamurti.


At 03:51 PM 11/30/02 +0000, Steve Stubbs wrote:
>are a defense attorney's dream. I saw a Theosophical documentary one
>time in which they said he "clairvoyantly" saw Krishnamurti as a new
>world teacher or some garbage like that. What he saw was a kid he
>wanted to abuse. That is the real reason Krishnamurti left the
>Theosophical Society in disgust. Then because of the abuse
>Krishnamurti ended up a lifelong pervert just like Leadbeater,
>Jinarajadasa, Babula, and Damodar, who thought women were disgusting
>and told his wife to take a hike


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