The Letters of H. P. Blavatsky to A. P. Sinnett

Letter No. 12

{Adyar, after Dec. 15}

There's a love chit for you just received. I guess my Boss splits himself owing to Eglinton's haut fait de magie and explains as promised. Of course you would not believe me — if the card was such a "good imitation of my handwriting" and I am sure Mr. C. C. M. must have strengthened your belief that it was some new fraud concocted between Mrs. Billing and myself. Well there's a letter from Mahatma K. H. also. All Mr. Massey's doings, was it not he, and he alone who proposed and had her elected as the only possible Saviour of the British Theos. Society? Well now thank him and keep her to turn all of you into a jelly. Of course she will wag you as her tail more than ever. I know it will end with a scandal. Well Olcott is coming and then you will have nolens volens to accept the decision of the "nominal" President. My boss gave him instructions and hurries him on.

Yours — but not Mrs. Kingsford's,
H. P. B.

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