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The Story of the Mahatma Letters

8 januari 2020

By Curuppumullage Jinarājadāsa (1875–1953).

74 Pages | First edition 1946, first reprint 1977, second edition 2000 | Softcover | Theosophical Publishing House, Adyar | ISBN: 8170593905.

The first letter was received in 1870 and the last in 1900, nine years after the death of Madame Blavatsky (1831 - 1891). The first letter has inscribed in Russian on the envelope which contains it: 'Received at Odessa, November 7, about Lelinka, probably from Tibet. November 11, 1870. Nadydja F.' Madame Nadydja Andreewna Fadeef was the aunt of HPB, and Lelinka was the pet name for Helena, her baptismal name. At this time, HPB had gone on her travels. The following is what Madame Fadeef wrote to Colonel Olcott in French on 26th June, on 1884:

" Two or three years ago I wrote to Mr. Sinnett in reply to one of his letters, and I remember telling him what happened to me in a letter which I received phenomenally, when my niece was on the other side of the world, and because of that nobody knew where she was - which made us deeply anxious. All our researchers had ended in nothing. We were ready to believe her dead, when - I think it was about the year 1870, or possibly later - I received a letter from him whom I believe you call 'Kouth Humi', which was brought to me in the most comprehensible and mysterious manner, in my house by a messenger of Asiatic appearance, who then disappeared before my very eyes. "

This letter, which begged me to not fear anything, and which announced that she was in safety - I have still, but at Odessa. Immediately upon my return I shall send it to you, and I shall be very pleased if it can be of any use to you.

auteur: Jinarajadasa, C.
ISBN: 8170593905

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