Re: Theos-World Re: HPB admitted she misunderstood teaching given by the Masters - Golap
Nov 27, 2004 05:23 PM
You must learn to become humble.
DonŽt say that it was not written by you this time again, or I assume there must be a clone of you insisting in the same anti-HPB reputation excerpts.
I insist again that you have learned Theosophy by disciples and should first study more about her personality and entire work.
These expressions you quote found in many spare letters and papers so have frequently showed her human, her humble side, she never pretended to be any master or that the secret doctrine was produced by her own thoughts.
Subba Rao had an enormous respect for her and since very soon he was involved with theosophy and Mahatma K. concomitantly, even before having known her.
Your criticism only show how little you know, even about yourself.
All you have to do Anand, IMO, is to save some time and study the great works from her pen, then youŽll be studying the same teachings that Subba studied during his discipleship.
Once you wrote to someone here that HPB had done many mistakes in her booksBUT never admitted it was you who did.
----- Original Message -----
From: Anand Gholap
Sent: Saturday, November 27, 2004 7:13 PM
Subject: Theos-World Re: HPB admitted she misunderstood teaching given bythe Masters
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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