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Re: Theos-World Re: "The Old Woman is accused of untruthfulness . . . . "

Jan 27, 2003 08:00 AM
by Bart Lidofsky

"Bhakti Ananda Goswami " wrote:
> Reality anyone ?
> "Master M. wrote about HPB:"
> Or, was it HPB writing as M. writing about HPB ?

Well, I think that X., J. and LQ were really correct when they pointed
out that JPG and C. were not at all compatible with HPL. 

Based on modern analysis, while it is certainly possible that it might
have been a confederate of Blavatsky's, it is extremely unlikely (based
on analysis of style, usage, handwriting, etc.) that it was Blavatsky
herself. In addition, does it matter if it was written by Moria or by
somebody else with the same name? Both Moria and Koot Hoomi pretty much
stated that we are to judge them on what they wrote, not who they are.

> --- In, "D. H. Caldwell <info@b...>"
> <info@b...> wrote:
> > >
> > "The Old Woman is accused of untruthfulness, inaccuracy in her
> > statements. 'Ask no questions and you will receive no lies.' She is
> > forbidden to say what she knows. You may cut her to pieces and she
> > will not tell. Nay -- she is ordered in cases of need to mislead
> > people; and, were she more of a natural born liar -- she might be
> > happier and won her day long since by this time. But that's just
> > where the shoe pinches, Sahib. She is too truthful, too outspoken,
> > too incapable of dissimulation: and now she is being daily
> crucified
> > for it."
> >
> > Quoted from:

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