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Re: Manual for Revolution

Aug 19, 1996 11:04 AM
by Jerry Hejka-Ekins

>It sounds like the Manual nonsense was the sort of idiocy that
>John Chancellor was noted for in 1968.  Our fundamentalist
>friends love to pick up on that sort of thing and I must
>confess it would have been more fun if HPB had written such a
>book.  Just think how we could scare the pants off of the
>neighbors in Wheaton.
>Chuck the Heretic

If the neighbors had followed the Adyar Theosophical literature
written during the twenties through the forties, they would have
had plenty to be scared about without resorting to idiotic
stories about revolutionary manuals.  Perhaps it is just more fun
to be scared about things that aren't true, then to be genuinely
upset about things that are.


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