Dallas on "The THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT (1875-1950)"
Sep 06, 2003 10:08 AM
by Daniel H. Caldwell
"I suggest reading The THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT (1875-1950)
history written on documents. I have verified those
carefully for accuracy's sake over the past 60 years
several times. The documents are not only in several
archives, but when I was young, I had the opportunity to
discuss them with some of the students that were around
HPB and Judge, as well as those who have participated
in the early events of Theosophical work."
Although the above book contains much valuable material
on Judge and the Judge Case, it does NOT deal in any
great detail with the charges brought against Mr.
Judge. The reader will have to go to Mrs. Besant's
THE CASE AGAINST W.Q. JUDGE and "Isis Very Much
Unveiled, the Story of the Great Mabatma Hoax" in order
to see the documents, etc. that are downplayed or ignored in
THE THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT.
Again, the writers of THE THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT do a
disservice to their readers by ignoring and downplaying
the relationship between William Q. Judge and Katherine Tingley.
• William Q Judge's 1895 Letter on Messages from the dead Madame
• W.Q. Judge's Letter to Mrs. Katherine Tingley on Communications
from the discarnate Madame Blavatsky
• Messages to W.Q. Judge from the dead Mme. Blavatsky Praise
• Mrs. Katherine Tingley Channels the Recently Deceased William
The writers of THE THEOSOPHICAL MOVEMENT and Dallas tend to ignore
this material and its implications.
Daniel H. Caldwell
BLAVATSKY STUDY CENTER
THEOSOPHY STUDY CENTER
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