Anand once again on "HPB admitted she misunderstood teaching given by Masters"
Nov 27, 2004 01:53 PM
by Daniel H. Caldwell
You now comment:
"Blavatsky admited desperately she was 'no maker of books' That
means she lacked even the capacity to express in words what was told
by the Masters."
Anand, I do like YOUR interpretations: What a depth of meaning is
revealed when you write: "that means...." !! :)
If you really believe HPB
"lacked even the capacity to express in words what
was told by the Masters," then how does that
REFLECT on the Masters?
Why did the Masters spend years using HPB as
their agent thru which they gave their teachings
to the outer world when HPB "lacked even the capacity
to express in words what was told by the Masters"??
If they really knew what was really going on as apparently
you believe you do, then they would have ditched HPB in 1884
and wrote the Secret Doctrine thru C.W. Leadbeater.
Leadbeater was in India and Ceylon from 1884 to the end of
1889. According to Leadbeater, KH would visit him
from time to time at Adyar. If HPB was such a "failure" in the
writing department, why did't the Masters have sense enough
to have Mr. Leadbeater write the Secret Doctrine
with their help?
And since you seem to be saying that HPB "lacked
even the capacity to express in words what was told
by the Masters", why is it that the Master Koot Hoomi
was apparently TOTALLY clueless and ignorant to this fact and
could write the next year (1888) what I have already
quoted from his letter to Olcott???
Since according to Leadbeater, CWL was actually
older than HPB to begin with, why did the Masters
have the misfortune of selecting HPB to transmit
their teachings when they could have selected Leadbeater
from the beginning and saved years of effort and
thousands of pages of paper from being wasted using
the incompetent HPB?
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