Re: Adyar estate
Jun 15, 2009 00:35 AM
by Anton Rozman
>? but one question has been on my mind for a long time: Whatever happened to this defender of injustice in the TS, Mr. Pedro Oliveira? He was so very much a part of all these revelations, revealing truths. Where is he, and what is he doing?<
Pedro and his wife are on lecture tour in Slovenia and just today in my home town. They are now most probably less than 200 m from my apartment at the seat of the local Lodge and Pedro will be giving at evening a lecture on Adyar. But unfortunately I am not invited.
--- In email@example.com, "robertapimenta26" <robertapimenta26@...> wrote:
> I have followed all your discussions here for a long time, before I actually joined the group, and I was impressed with the openess and honesty in which you were dealing with certain topics. I see that one particular issue is not at all popular among you contributors, and I do believe that this topic deserves all your attention.
> Adyar, for all of us, is important.
> One cannot simply write it off as a museum, or some monument with its roots in the past. I am convinced that many of the excisting probems in the theosophical movement today, are directly connected with the functioning or non-functioning of the Head-Quarters. Was shocked when in one of the postings on TheosTalk, I read the word corruption. Can you imagine, corruption in the TS?
> The topic regarding the Adyar estate, as initiated by Mr. Rozman deserves a profound approach, so where are all those sharp and intelligent contributors?
> One last comment. I am off for an extensive business trip, which will take me to three continents in less than 6 weeks. I won't be able to be a part of much of your fine discussions, but one question has been on my mind for a long time: Whatever happened to this defender of injustice in the TS, Mr. Pedro Oliveira? He was so very much a part of all these revelations, revealing truths.
> Where is he, and what is he doing?
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