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

Letter No. 154

26th April.

Dear Mr. Sinnett,

The enclosed disgusting "burlesque" I have been careful not to show to Madame B. Her plans at present stand thus: that she leaves this on the 8th May and travels slowly to Ostend. You I hope will be able to run over and see her there, and then together you can settle what is best to be done, talking is so much better than writing when it is so easy to misunderstand each other. The Master says that the Society is throwing off its linga sarira and it depends upon whether the whole body has the strength to get rid of it. Whatever comes or whatever may happen I remain true.

Wishing you every success to your novel and begging you will not take up your valuable time in answering this letter.

In haste,
Yrs. truly,
C. W.

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