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Re: Theos-World Re: Anand: Serious Questions with Profound Implications

Sep 05, 2004 12:25 PM
by adelasie


Dear Erica,

You are certainly entitled to your opinion, and I respect that.

Adelasie

On 5 Sep 2004 at 8:24, Erica Letzerich wrote:

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> Dear Adelasie,
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> I am personally very skeptical about the possibility of Judge to have
> made any contact with the diseased Blavatsky. This fact does not
> invalidate or minimize the contribution of Judge for the theosophical
> cause.
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> Independent of the writing styling , Blavatsky was strictly against
> mediunic communications. Such claims of Judge are against some basic
> teachings and warnings given by Blavatsky many times. Why would that
> be an exception for her? This would be not contradictory with
> everything that she have said while alive? Why after her pass away it
> would change? If there was an exception for her would that not be an
> excuse to be an exception also for many?
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> Well my personal opinion is that in no way Blavatsky have contact
> Judge after her death. And I can't even considered a possibility for
> that. If I have to consider even a possibility for such fact to be
> real, so I must consider invalid some of the basic teachings of
> theosophy. As that its not possible to happen, I do consider that
> Judge in a moment of despair was trapped by his own fantasies. 
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> Erica 
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> Is it possible that we don't know enough to make such a 
> determination?
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> > The writing style on one of the letter Judge affirms to be from
> > Blavatsky itís a very different from the writing style of Blavatsky.
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> Such an accomplished adept as HPB could surely write in more than one
> style. Also, when a high entity communicates with someone in
> manifestation, the message comes through the latter, and can be
> colored by his/her personality in matters of expression.
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> > And also how he could affirm to be in contact with the diseased
> > Blavatsky without challenging some of her basic teachings that are
> > so clear against mediums practices. 
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> Perhaps HPB's teachings about mediumship did not apply to her own
> case. She was not a medium, such as those she warned against. She was
> a high adept, with a crucial work to do for the human race. Judge was
> her chosen successor, and perhaps there are things possible in the
> universe that we simply do not understand. Our lack of ability to
> comprehend does not make them impossible.
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> I have no way of determining the validity of Judge's claim, and 
> certainly do not wish to convince anyone of one side of the argument
> or the other. But it does seem advisable, in the light of the crucial
> nature of the work of Theosophy for the evolution of humanity, that we
> at least exercise a bit of tolerance in considering such questions.
> More may depend upon our conclusions that we could know.
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> Adelasie
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