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Another Chapter of Theosophical History Clarified

by Frank Reitemeyer

Since the split up of the Theosophical Society into various lineages after the death of Helena P. Blavatsky, foundress of the Aryan Theosophical Society at New York in 1875 and Head of its Esoteric School there is quarrel until today about the if, how, why and to whom of HPB’s occult successorship, beginning with the 1894 controversy between TS co-founder William Q. Judge and Annie Besant about the leadership. [1]

According to Gottfried de Purucker, who was regarded as the fourth messenger of the Masters of Wisdom in serial order since Blavatsky [2], the split of the TS was a “plan B” of the Masters to save as much as was possible after the deadly karmic shakings were culminating into a final spiritual destruction of organized Theosophy. In a private instruction, given in his Katherine Tingley Memorial Group, which continued Blavatsky’s Inner Group, on meeting 18, dated August 12, 1930 he explains:

Memories of the 'old lady' by some of her pupils including: Laura M, Cooper, G.R.S. Mead, Isabel Cooper-Oakley, Constance Watchmeister, A.P. Sinnett, Charles Johnston, William Q. Judge, Annie Besant, Herbert Burrows, Archibald Keightley, Bertram Keightley, H.S. Olcott and others.

This is a very interesting read by those who knew most intimately.

 

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