Mahatma Letter to H. P. Blavatsky - MHM No. 32

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Written by: Koot Hoomi
Received by: H. P. Blavatsky
Sent via: unknown 
Written on: unknown
Received on: before 18 October 1884
Other dates: unknown
Sent from: unknown
Received at: London
Via: unknown

This letter is Letter No. 32 in Mrs. Holloway and the Mahatmas. Mahatma Koot Hoomi tells H. P. Blavatsky what to do about Laura C. Holloway.

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Useless to go over the ground once more. You told her what I thought of it, and there is an end of it – No; I do not want her to sleep one single night at Sinnett's house or even stop there beyond an hour or so. The influence there is so strong that it would destroy at one sweep the labour of six weeks. We are not prepared to declare our policy; it depends on the attitude of certain members. I am sorry for that Kiddle business but - - - it cannot be helped. I will answer him in London through Mohini or perhaps have the answer posted. you will have nothing to do with it, so do not get nervous over it. Yes; she better sail [for New York] on the 18th [of October].




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Physical description of letter

The original was written in blue on a single folded sheet. The location of the original of this letter is in The Winterthur Library, Joseph Downs Collection of Manuscripts and Printed Ephemera, Materials on Theosophy, in Winterthur, Delaware.

Publication history

This letter was was never published before its inclusion in Mrs. Holloway and the Mahatmas.

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