Mahatma Letter to H. S. Olcott - LMW 1 No. 37
|Written by:||Koot Hoomi|
|Received by:||Henry Steel Olcott|
It was presented in the 1964 and 1973 editions as Letter VIII, before the First Series was resequenced in 1988 to make it Letter 37.
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— — should find in her own intuitions all the proof needed that we are satisfied with her book, her first attempt at expounding occult doctrine. Be kind and brotherly to her always. She is honest, candid, noble-minded and full of zeal. Do not criticize; her faults are those of her, and your, country.
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Context and background
Mr. Jinarajadasa provided these notes about this series of letters numbered 30-41. They were clearly written before Letters 4 to 20, which have reference to Mrs Holloway:
Miss Mary K. Neff was well known for her record of service to various Indian schools, and especially for her work during two years at the Theosophical Headquarters, at Adyar, indexing all the letters and documents which are in the Archives of the Society. She had dedicated herself especially to the history of H.P.B.'s movements and had published Personal Memories of H.P. Blavatsky.
She found in a magazine The World published in New York, articles by Mrs Langford in the issues of May and June 1912. These contain certain instructions received by her from the Master K.H... I publish these letters, as they contain much valuable instructions, for all who are preparing to tread the path to the Masters.
Physical description of letter
The location of the original of this letter is not known.
This letter was added as Letter VIII in the 1964 edition of the First Series, and kept that designation until 1988, when the letters were resequenced. Then it became Letter 37.
Commentary about this letter
- C. Jinarajadasa, Letters from the Masters of the Wisdom, First Series (Adyar, Chennai, India: Theosophical Publishing House, 2011), 80, 161-162.
- C. Jinarajadasa, 161-162.