How a Hindu of Madras Interviewed a Mahatma at Sikkim
Jun 09, 2006 08:55 AM
How a Hindu of Madras
Interviewed a Mahatma at Sikkim
by R. Casava Pillai
"Having heard that the now famous Madame Coulomb has published a
pamphlet against Madame Blavatsky, in which she has spoken about me
as an 'accomplice,' I sent for the pamphlet, and on perusal of the
same, I found myself referred to, at pages 45, 49, 50 and 74."
"I now feel it my duty, and have obtained the permission of my most
Revered Guru Deva [Master K.H.], to state the particulars regarding
my travels up to and over the Himalayas and their object, with a
humble hope that this may, to some extent, convince the readers of
Madame Coulomb's slanderous writings of the perfect innocence of the
venerable and much-abused Madame Blavatsky; who has, for the sake of
India and humanity, almost fulfilled the sad prediction of the
Venerated Mahatma Kut Humi, who says: 'The devoted woman who so
foolishly rushes into the wide, open door leading to notoriety. This
door * * * would prove very soon a trap --- and a fatal one * * *.'
Vide page 95, 'Occult World,' 2nd Edition."
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"...none but the logician, the investigator, the
dauntless explorer should meddle with books like this.
Such delvers after truth have the courage of their opinions."
"...Contrast alone can enable us to appreciate things
at their right value; and unless a judge compares notes
and hears both sides he can hardly come to a correct decision."
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