Re: HPB admitted she misunderstood teaching given by the Masters
Nov 27, 2004 01:13 PM
by Anand Gholap
Blavatsky admited desperately she was "no maker of books" That means
she lacked even the capacity to express what was told by the Masters.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Anand Gholap"
> > On 4 th January 1887 HPB wrote letter to Col. Olcott after Subba
> > (S.R.) gave opinion about Proem of SD.
> > HPB writes " ........Let S.R. do what he likes. I give him
> > blanche. I trust in his wisdom far more than in mine, for I may
> > misunderstood in many a point both Master and the Old G. (other
> > Adept). They give me facts only and rarely dictate in succession.
> > am no maker of books you know it........"
> > It not only tells wisdom of SR but also tells that she did
> > misunderstand things which went into her writing.
> > Later when she sent draft of Secrete Doctrine to Subba Raw for
> > correcting mistakes. He went through it and told her that if he
> > to correct it he would have to write whole book again.
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