Re: to Mika Perala, re: a serious question
Nov 06, 1996 10:06 PM
by m.k. ramadoss
On Wed, 6 Nov 1996, liesel f. deutsch wrote:
> Dear Mika,
> I know how you feel about Leadbeater, because all that hate mongering did
> something to my memory of him too. But let me tell you that I think most of
> the Adyar membership continues to think highly of CWL. Besides that, I know
> of 3 of his pupils who insist that he was no such thing. There are records
> from them in writing, and I've heard one of them say so, and I've seen some
> of the records. They think of him as an initiate. These 3 were being trained
> by CWL when they were 10 and 11 years old. They lived in the same house with
> CWL. The mother of these children was clairvoyant. She could read auras. She
> would never have entrusted her children , whom she loved, to a man who had
> something sinister in his aura. I know there's testimony to the contrary.
> But I heard it from the horse's mouth. I hope you can believe that, or at
> least give it some weight.
Add my name to those who have been immensely benefitted from the various
writings of CWL, even though there may be many who are not.
As a matter of historical record, during the time when the accusations
against CWL was its height and there was almost a rebellious situation at
a National Convention (I believe in Australia), Krishnaji stood up for
him and his address to the Convention satisfied the membership at the
convention. Knowing the integrity of Krishnaji, this speaks for itself. I
think this piece may be of interest to some on this list.
[Back to Top]
Dedicated to the Theosophical Philosophy and its Practical Application