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A Series of Loose Sheets
in William Q. Judge's Handwriting

The originals of the following five loose sheets are in the handwriting of William Q. Judge and are preserved in the Archives of The Theosophical Society, Pasadena, California.  These documents were first published in an article titled "The Judge 'Occult Diary'" by Dr. H.N. Stokes in The O. E. Library Critic, September 1932 .  See Dr. Stokes' article for more details concerning these documents.

Sheet 1 - written with pen and ink

April 3 night
     B.  How I yearn for the day when I can come myself and work.   It is being put off by all this strife and bitterness.  I will come, as I said through Y.  Every day they keep this up is another day of delay for that event.

x x x

     B.  Had both been free, you well, & ye met at the time I said more and more wonderful phenomena would have happened than did with me; & we would have 100 members for every one we now have.

x x x

     The ring you wear is mine.  She thinks she has mine and that you have hers.  But you are right.  It was done by substitution, in the night by one of us.  There is also a letter I left you which has never been delivered.

Sheet 2 - written with pencil

     4) Jan 2
if we had been more together have come up before me & I have learned much.  I am, next to the American work, interested in Spain.  Ireland will take care of itself.   There in Spain in the pine woods I have found a lodge which I knew something about before I went away.  There 7 chelas and the light they

Sheet 3 - written with pencil

show that some day will be better known I will describe to you at our next meeting     There is much connected with it that can be used for irradiating causes in this country.  Be sure that at next meeting this is not forgotten.  Slowly the light from this Lodge is being thrown over Spain & I see that from the

Sheet 4 - written with pencil

You can make X what you wish & the truthfulness of X spirit & devotion to us will make X useful.  Keep X well in the background  In outer work X is our mystery The light I mentioned in Spain is of 7 sides with a purple-yellow light.  On each of

Sheet 5 - written with pencil

with sustaining points & leave the rest to us.  This is to your questions of last night.  I can do well now with 13  I can do better in time.  I will touch upon minor points  they will take care of themselves Master is not after the little points     Let our eyes turn to the American future of theosophy

Compare the text above with the document described by Judge as "an exact transcript of what HPB said."

Return to Table of Contents of H.N. Stoke's
"William Q. Judge and Katherine Tingley" series of articles