Re: Some Judge Letters
Jun 26, 1996 06:36 PM
At 08:19 PM 6/26/96 -0400, you wrote:
>A few weeks ago a friend showed me a page of a program on
>W.Q. Judge that was given earlier this year. He suggested,
>in good fun, that the two letters on the page would make
>interesting reading on theos-l. The letters follow.
>Paris, May 11, 1884
>I think it is time to start a section of the Society
>which adopts all the doctrine of the Masters and shall
>propagate it; all members of the Esoteric Section to
>subscribe to the doctrine. You and HPB to stay out of it.
>New York, April 27, 1886
>I have demanded, privately, from Coues his resignation
>from the Board so as to give him a fair chance and shall
>then ask the board to consider it, so it may reach India
>unless they settle it.
>He is either a Jesuit, or a self-seeking ass.
>Coues writes and tells everybody that we must keep all
>secret; and seems to think that the whole work is astral
I thought that implicit (blind) obedience to the superiors was the
hall mark of Jesuits. I did not know keeping everything secret is another one.
>body business, bells etc. etc. of that kind. His talk
>to the women he had that night in Higley's house was
>disgusting. Not a word of philosophy: all his power to
>see in the astral light, of which I discredit every
>word. But I said nothing then.
>As ever your brother,
>William Q. Judge
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