Re: Theos-World Re: Leadbeater Defends Blavatsky
Mar 23, 2009 10:31 PM
I once , sitting at a group dinner I witnessed table saw a "rabbits foot" manisfested by apportment that belonged to an engineer who worked for Northrop in the LA area. The experiencer who apported the rabbits foot held it up and commented "This is not good!". The Engineer was sitting to the left of him and was shocked saying "how did you get that? It is mine, it was locked in the glove compartment of my VW out in the parking lot!". The same person I speak of manisfested a coin that I spent over 15 years trying to locate in numististic magazine & catalogues. I never did find a photo or even an engraving of the coin. I held it in my hand and once scanned it it carefully under a magnifying microscope. In that process I was able to see features that I could not see with the unaided eye. In very tiny perpendicular holes on the front face of the coin equally seperated were seven tiny holes on the positively raised relief of the bottom of two cross-bars. Within the last three holes to the right side of the seven on postively raised pedestals within the tiny hole were positively raised stylized letters "A", "V", "M". The "U" being formed like a "V". This coin was enigmatic as it had the Greek Trapazium of the Greeks on the face side showing a Temple, The "E" of Delphi on the inner lintel, The AUM of the Hindu in the tiny holes of the cross-bar face. And on the back side in positive relief was a Wheat or Barley sheaf in the center which I beleive was the symbol of Demeter of the Anatolian, and to the right of the sheaf was a stylized symbol that resembled a upside down "Y" like the wish-bone of a chicken. I always wondered who would make a coin that featured multiple ancient Societies Symbolics. The Person who materialized when asked by me where it came from would only say "It is relevant of the past". Later the coiun was either lost or apported back years later to my extreme dismay.
----- Original Message -----
From: "danielhcaldwell" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, March 23, 2009 8:04:47 PM GMT -08:00 US/Canada Pacific
Subject: Theos-World Re: Leadbeater Defends Blavatsky
Yes, John, you are right in what you say below.
Most of the letters in fact did not flutter down from a ceiling.
Some were materialized right in front of the witnesss. For example,
Leadbeater testifies that one of the Mahatma Letters to him was
materialized right in front of him in Madame Blavatsky's outstretched
Emma Coulomb and Richard Hodgson declared there were no real psychic
phenomena produced through HPB and that her Mahatmas didn't exist.
Yet Anand for reasons only known to him pushes the Coulomb story
while admitting elsewhere that HPB could perform psychic phenomena
and that her Masters were real....
Go figure that....
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> Daniel and all,
> Well it seems to me at least that anyone with a pair of eyes in the day time with the sunlight beaming through the windows could have easily observed,seen, eye-balled a hole in the ceiling or a door cut into the ceiling and that myriads of visitors, witnesses, visionaries, psychics, bebunkers and worshipers would have been shouting" Look!!!! There is a "HOLE" in the ceiling!!! OMG!!! It must have been here before even Blavatsky moved into this -place!!!" "How could hundreds of have missed seeing that wierd Door in the Ceiling all that time??? Lol ,Lmao!!! Wait a minute didn't they have to fill out and file a special request to the county for permission to create doors in ceilings that were not covered by county code? Where is the required County Permit?
> And I might comment that the "Bamboo Pole and Rag Doll" is totally immature, juvenile, rediculous, assinine and beyond retarded, Lol!!!! Boy they must have been experts in letter tossing, some of those letters were tossed clear to the USS Shannon from a hole in the ceiling that is particularily skilled and should have been entered in the Guiness Book of Records. How did that rag doll hand Col. Olcutt the the momento of the yellow cloth?
> ----- Original Message -----From: "danielhcaldwell" <danielhcaldwell@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Monday, March 23, 2009 4:56:37 PM GMT -08:00 US/Canada Pacific
> Subject: Theos-World Leadbeater Defends Blavatsky
> C.W. Leadbeater defends H.P. Blavatsky against accusations of fraud.
> In his book HOW THEOSOPHY CAME TO ME, Mr. Leadbeater writes:
> I could give you many instances in which she [H.P. Blavatsky] was
> accused of deception, and I can tell you exactly what it was that
> really happened, and can assure you that there was NO FRAUD WHATEVER
> in the matter. THAT MUCH I DO KNOW FOR MYSELFÃâÂ.
> He [Richard Hodgson of the Society for Psychical Research] decided
> against H. P. B. in regard to the letters which came from the
> Masters, saying that she had written them herself. I have myself
> received such letters when she was thousands of miles away. I have
> seen them come in her presence, and I have seen them come when she
> was far away, and I know by irrefutable evidence that she did NOT
> write those letters. I tell you this because I think it is valuable
> for you to be able to say that you have seen or known of someone who
> is willing to bear personal testimony that there was NO FRAUD about
> such things. The testimony of one eye-witness outweighs the PREJUDICE
> of many people who, not being present, hear these things only at
> third or thirteenth hand.
> Quoted from: http://www.cwlworld.info/html/madame_blavatsky.htm
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