Mahatma Letter to H. P. Blavatsky - MHM No. 3
|Written by:||Koot Hoomi|
|Received by:||H. P. Blavatsky|
|Received on:||mid July 1884|
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Give her this as a help, now that she saw under my direct influence, something she never has when giving bogus and fancy messages to Mr. Sinnett purporting to come from me – she shall feel better and stronger. Let her know thro' this letter that it is we indeed who wanted her and have caused her to come to Europe. It is Darb. Nath again and two others who were commissioned to set her writing her book. It is all important she should write it and that it be published before the end of the year. But unless she does Mohini's bidding – who will have direct orders from me – and follows out strictly the path prepared for her under M's orders she will make of it a wretched failure. Every word that she repeated to you was said under my influence. Anything said to the contrary by student – or any bogus astral chela is – a lie. Unfortunately for her she sees men as they appear to her now – let her have patience and she will see things as they are without any direct help from us. You need not send the explanation of the term Upasika that has so misled Mrs. Sinnett – it has become useless. But let her realize tho' how mistaken she was when telling Mrs. S that you had said the work begun by Mrs. H. was unimportant. I am sorry for Mr. S, very sorry, but since he rejects those I send to him, "resents" worlds uttered by Mohini under my direct influence and refuses to be the "O.L.'s messenger" when the message comes from M., then his intuition is entirely at fault. Let Mrs. H sit no more for anyone – for her clairvoyance is entirely untrustworthy owing to bad influences; it will soon come back to her.
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The location of the original of this letter is unknown. The transcription published in Mrs. Holloway and the Mahatmas is from a copy in the personal library of compiler Daniel H. Caldwell.
This letter was was never published before its inclusion in Mrs. Holloway and the Mahatmas.