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8671Re: A Statement by Tillett--the usual suspects

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  • netemara888
    Nov 13 5:34 PM
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      --- In theos-talk@y..., "Daniel H. Caldwell" <comments@b...> wrote:
      > Gregory Tillett wrote:
      > "Given that Leadbeater was obviously a pathological liar, nothing
      > can be taken on his word alone."
      > Steve Stubbs commented on Tillett's statement:
      > "Absolutely true, and thanks for saying ir. It is genuinely
      > embarrassing that the Adyar TS extols this character to the cost of
      > HPB."
      > But I wonder if Tillett is of the opinion that HPB was ALSO "a
      > pathological liar"? If that is true, the Adyar TS might not
      > want to "promote" ("extol"?!) HPB either!
      > I get the impression from reading material by K. Paul Johnson and
      > Brigitte Muehlegger that they believe HPB was "a pathological liar."
      > OBTW, Steve, I am assuming that you do NOT consider HPB "a
      > pathological liar." Right?
      > Daniel H. Caldwell
      > http://hpb.cc


      I was thinking about this very thing Daniel as I fell asleep reading
      Sven Eck's book and The Mahatma Letters. Why? Because Damodar
      deserves a second look in terms of the main occult transmitter of the
      letters. He was the man!!! He and HPB lived on intimate terms, along
      with HSO at the Crow's Nest and he was a walking telegraph this man.
      I think he has been described as such too. They were in cohots if
      there was anything shaddy going on, but I think anything genuine had
      Damodar's stamp on it, and he may have allowed HPB to take credit for
      some of his successful transmissions. That's how close I think they
      were. Next, they will be saying she had the man killed!!!!

      But my comment is to this about HPB being a liar. I think she told an
      outright lie when she denied that Damodar was not found dead, or
      frozen to death on the way to Tibet. I have always felt that it was a
      true story, that he met his death when he left for the Himalayas.
      What do you think about that? I found her statements in Eck's book
      where she said "Damodar was coming home any day, and that his death
      and the finding of his naked body and clothes nearby was a lie."
      (paraphrase) I can't believe her on this one==can you?

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