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Weeks versus Lindsay on Alice Bailey

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  • D. H. Caldwell <info@blavatskyarchives.c
    Nicholas Weeks wrote: Her books are rooted in the pseudo-theosophy pioneered by CW Leadbeater. For example, one of CWL s favorite revelations was the return
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      Nicholas Weeks wrote:

      "Her books are rooted in the pseudo-theosophy pioneered by CW
      Leadbeater. For example, one of CWL's favorite revelations was the
      return to earth of 'Maitreya' the Christ. Bailey accepted this
      fantasy."

      Phillip Lindsay replied:

      "It is actually the other way around. Leadbeater used some of AAB's
      original material from books such as Intiation, Human and Solar and
      took the credit for it in his book The Masters and the Path."

      See below what Nicholas Weeks writes in response to Lindsay's comment
      plus other relevant material.

      "Pseudo-theosophy of AAB & CWL"
      by Nicholas Weeks
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/theos-talk/message/10237

      "Jerry Hejka-Ekins on Bailey's Use of Besant/Leadbeater E.S. Material"
      By Daniel H. Caldwell
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/theos-talk/message/10238

      "Pseudo-theosophy of AAB & CWL"
      by Jerry Hejka-Ekins
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/theos-talk/message/10242

      Daniel
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