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Private Phenomenon, Phenomenon for Money

Jun 05, 2009 10:05 AM
by Morten Nymann Olesen

Dear friends

My views are:

H. P. Blavatsky responds officially to the Coulomb affair and revels the theosophical teachings view on Private Phenomenon for money.


[Pall Mall Gazette, London, October 23, 1884]

"[This interview with H. P. B. in London, at a very critical time in her career, is published here because it contains a very clear statement of the Coulomb-trouble and a succinct appraisal of the whole situation, as viewed by H. P. B. herself. Her reported words may not be verbatim, but are unquestionably close to being so and are corroborated by her elsewhere.-Compiler.]"
"They say that I secreted cigarette papers where they were afterwards to be found. That is an impudent falsehood. It is true that I once tried to have a cigarette fall at Bombay in a certain place, and said so; but, owing I suppose to a great storm of rain, it could not be discovered. All my experiments were made at Simla, where Madame Coulomb was not. As for the saucer story that is too absurd. No doubt the Coulombs have the pieces of a broken saucer. Anyone can break a saucer and buy one in order to break it if need be. But the saucer the Mahatmas restored in its entirety was reconstructed out of fragments which the Coulombs certainly have not. The forged letter about Mr. Sassoon, the owner of a crore of rupees, who was to receive a phenomenon in return for 10,000 rupees, suggests an absolute lie. I refused Mr. Sassoon any phenomena, because he thought he could purchase them with his rupees. We receive no money for those manifestations, and that fact cuts up by the roots the theory that we are a gang of swindlers preying on the credulity of the rich."

So I wonder, what kind of theosophical Wisdom they are promoting over at  with their "Spiritual Business Networking" group???

Is TS members really behind this?

M. Sufilight

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