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

Letter No. 143

18th Febry.

Dear Mr. Sinnett,

This morning's post took you some nasty letters as usual, but Heaven be blessed at last I can send you a real good one which did the old Lady's heart good, after all the dirt and stones which have been recently thrown at her. Mr. Judge has had ten years experience of her phenomena and yet he does not cry out FRAUD like Babajee. Mme. B. wants you to read this letter to him and Mohini.

I have been thinking that perhaps Mr. Judge can give you some testimonies to be mingled with mine, Mrs. Gebhard, Lady C----- and others for the Memoirs, try and get as many as you can — do write to him!

Will you kindly find out what is the English name of Piazzi Smyth's book — called in French "La grande pyramide pharaonique de nom humanitaire de fait, ses merveilles, ses mysteres et son enseignement." Perhaps Mrs. Sinnett would kindly write to Madame about it for you have so much to do.

What do you say to Madame going to America, there, she would I think find friends — and nobody would trouble her about the Hodgson report — and she would be free of all this web of entanglements, the M.L. affair, Paris persecutors and Babajee; she would I think be far happier there than here — the only trouble is about the S.D. there would be such delay in sending backwards and forwards. Write if you think the idea a good one.

Yours sincerely,
C. W.

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