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Re: Theos-World Alice Bailey didn't knowingly copy from other books.

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  • Dennis Kier
    Your writings might make a bit more sense in English, if you would get an English dictionary, and look up the difference between the word where , and were .
    Message 1 of 3 , Nov 13, 2002
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      Your writings might make a bit more sense in English, if you would get
      an English dictionary, and look up the difference between the word
      "where", and "were".

      From the context of the text, it looks like you use the word "where"
      most anywhere when you mean either word.

      Dennis

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "brianmuehlbach" <brianmuehlbach@...>
      To: <theos-talk@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2002 7:51 AM
      Subject: Theos-World Alice Bailey didn't knowingly copy from other
      books.


      > Alice Bailey did not copy from other books when she wrote the
      > voluminous works of "D.K." they where clearly written fluently and
      in
      > that sence her books are genuine (but in her biography she admitted
      to
      > have read Theosophical books all day for a period, while she was
      > cooking, ironing and so on) so did "Helene Smith" not copy from any
      > known script her "Martian writings" written fluently in front of
      witnesses.
      >
      > So there are logical explanations where the content of the Mahatma
      > Letters came from, and how they where created, the above is part of
      it
      > ( I repeat myself with this of course) so those who want to claim
      > explanations that defy all rules of physics and logic as we know
      them to
      > date (2002) should provide some reasonable evidence to proof
      > otherwise.
      >
      > For example where are other documents independent of Blavatsky
      > about this (apparently organized) Brotherhood in Tibet, Egypt, and
      other
      > places ?
      >
      > Besides having largely been produced as per above (Bailey/Smith/ and
      > the hundreds of other such examples that exist all over the place if
      you
      > just study the subject) it has been clearly shown that The Mahatma
      > Letters (again this seems to meet the pattern of Blavatsky see: )
      also
      > contain directs copying from texts Blavatsky (or/and whoever helped
      her
      > at times) cuold clearly have in here (there if Damodar was
      involved) )
      > position, like the (by now famous) "Kiddle incident" the copying
      from
      > American occultist P.B.Randolph's books and so on. Ad to this all
      the
      > evidence listed in the book by the Hare brothers already back in
      > 1936 "Who Wrote The Mahatma Letters ?" that NOT ALL, has been
      > refuted by Theosophists EVER, and added to this what we know today
      > (read the books of Johnson/Godwinn/Deveney) the case can be said to
      > be clear enough and closed. Blavatsky as is abundantly shown in
      > Johnson/Godwinn/Deveney clearly mined other people and sources, and
      > synthesized them.
      >
      > And the "elder Brothers" where not the older races, because they had
      to
      > go! But the elder brothers where the members of the Brotherhood that
      > had looked upon man since its conception. And they came from the
      > Aryan home land Atlantis carried ,there Atlantean palm leaf library
      up to
      > Tibet where they setled dow. But they where not Tibetans themselves
      > because they said Tibetans to be semblances of humanity that with
      all
      > the rest had to disappear.
      >
      > So the from there Aryan abode in Tibet they wrote the Mahatma
      letters
      > gave Blavatsky the Stanzas from Atlantis, and directed the writing
      of the
      > commentary of this Atlantian document they had carried up there and
      > make sure the Secret Doctrine with the teachings of the "elder"
      Aryan
      > brothers from Atlantis.
      >
      > Brian
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