Re: A Serious Question
Nov 03, 1996 05:15 AM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <Pine.BSD/.3.91.961102231238.12312Afirstname.lastname@example.org>,
"m.k. ramadoss" <email@example.com> writes
>Geoffrey Baborka has spend a lot of time researching the issue and the
>book was the result of his work. The conclusions reached therein are
>satisfactory for me.
>If anyone has not seen this book, they may want to. If the conclusions
>reached therein are not satisfactory so the reader/inquirer, then the
>only other alternative is for himer (him/her) to investigate the
>available materials and come to one's own conclusions.
You didn't say whether his book is a TS published one. I have, for
example, his book, ~H.P. Blavatsky, Tibet and Tulku~. This is a TPH
Adyar publication. I regard your reply as, regretfully, evasive. I
asked for your opinion of his conclusions, not his, and although you say
they are satisfactory to you, I still don't know what they are, nor why
you find them acceptable. Can you not do a short summary for the
benefit of myself and others on the list who may not be in a position to
read his book, but who would, in any case, like to know what Doss's view
is in Doss's words?
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