The Letters of H. P. Blavatsky to A. P. Sinnett
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Letter No. 205

{H.P.B. and Olcott left Simla October 22 for a long tour in the Northwest Provinces. At Amritsur they met K.H. who had come at H.P.B.'s cry of distress. Olcott had, very indiscreetly, allowed to be published in an Anglo-Indian paper a letter from him describing a day at Simla and giving the names of several promenent Englishmen as having certified to the genuineness of the phenomena. At Lahore H.P.B. was taken so desperately ill with Punjab fever complicated by nervous exhaustion that, for a time, both her reason and her life were despaired of. See O.D.L., v. II, pp. 255-66.}

Private.

THANKS my friend. Your programme composed and written as I well know for my cognizance has been placed on record and we shall talk it over one of these days. Blame me not for delay, the situation is thrown into serious danger by recent wild indiscretions and the Khobilgan deeply incensed; whatever the results I will be true to my word with you but the time for our new efforts is not yet. Do what you can to check further mistakes.

Yours ever truly,
K. H.


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