Re: Postings on CWL Controversy
Jun 13, 1996 12:46 PM
by alexis dolgorukii
At 11:31 AM 6/13/96 -0400, you wrote:
>I do appreciate your posting the material on theos-buds. The information
>you posted is not easy to find. Some may even question what is its
>relevance today. While each one of us may see the
>material differently, it makes us see the whole picture and
>come to our own conclusions. Many thanks for your time and effort.
> Peace to all living beings.
> M K Ramadoss
May I interject. The evidence presented by Dr. Bain, and that in the book
"Elder Brother" is relevant today because it totally disqualifies Charles
Webster Leadbeater from all of his claims to sanctity and "Arhat Status".
The evidence removes Charles Webster Leadbeater from any possible position
of deserving the respect of anyone. That is relevant if he is to be seen as
an authority figure in modern Theosophy. Most of what is seen as "Core
Theosophical Doctrine" is in the words of Charles Webster Leadbeater. The
evidence makes us ask is this the kind of person we want to hold up as an
exemplar to the people of the world?
To be worthy of respect, any group or organization must "clean its own
house" and not sweep its scandals "under the rug". A Theosophical Society
that refuses to admit that Charles Webster Leadbeater was not a good person
is a Society that is itself, not worthy of respect.
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