Brigitte Muehlegger on the Ooton Liatto Case [Case A]


On the Universal Seekers forum, Brigitte Muehlegger once wrote:

"And unfortunately for Olcott Blavatsky didn't either, she clearly wrote about Olcott's Master fantasies to Hartmann: 'Where you speek of the army of deluded-and the imaginary Mahatmas of Olcott-you are absolutely and sadly right. Have I not strug[g]led and fought against Olcott's ardent and gushing imagination, and tried to stop him every day of my life?' (Blavatsky,"The Path" March 1896,p.368)"  Quoted from Universal Seekers Message http://groups.yahoo.com/group/UniversalSeekers/message/2212

Later Muehlegger clarified the above statement:

"As an example of the 'story's' and 'fantasies' of Olcott I was of course reffering to things like the rain in Olcott's apartment . . . , the materialized flowers and so on. That there where real visitors, that even could be called 'adepts', as long [as] one clarifies what is me[a]nt by 'adepts', and w[h]ich 'masonic order' in this case they belonged to, I have never doubted . . . . " Bold added.  See Case A where H.S. Olcott is visited by Ooton Liatto and another adept.  Quoted from Theos-Talk Message http://groups.yahoo.com/group/theos-talk/message/5596


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