Re: Basic Questions
Nov 03, 1996 06:36 PM
by m.k. ramadoss
On Sun, 3 Nov 1996, Bart Lidofsky wrote:
> Art House wrote:
> > Sorry Bart,
> what you like, he DID spot Krishnamurti among a group of other abandoned
> children on a beach.
MKR: No only that. When at that time when inquired as how famous
Krishnaji is going to be when compared to Annie Beasan, CWL had responded
that Krishnaji will be more famous that her. This is a fact. Not only
that, many members of Theosophical Society all over, even to this day,
have greatly benefitted by Krishnaji and his teachings have made it
easier to understand some of the fundamentals of Theosophy as applied to
our day to day life.
> > Has anybody read a book called "Madame Blavatsky's Baboon"
> > (By Peter Washington. =A91993,1995 Schocken Books Inc., New York). It's
> > well-researched and seems unafraid to look at the history of the
> > Society, warts and all.=20
MKR: Most on the list are fully aware of it. Since Washington wrote
the book to make money and many have limited budget of time and
money, may not have read them, nor are they likely to.
> Unafraid, maybe. Well researched, bullshit. Peter Washington did not
> write, nor did he intend to write, a scholarly work. He certainly makes
> no claims of scholarly accuracy; mote that he did not submit it for
> scholarly review. The very premise of the book is flawed; Spiritualism
> went from the U.S. to Great Britain, NOT the other way around. The
> purpose of the book was to poke fun at people who were not around to
> fight back, plain and simple.
> Bart Lidofsky
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