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

Letter No. 203

Tell him what you have just heard from Upasika. I was with you. Members who have proved willing, after choosing a President will have to reorganise entirely and a new Charter on the new principle as delineated by you should be sent to them. Write to and consult Olcott. The new organisation is a very poor one in numbers and yet not even 50, are good for the work in hand! Write to Mr. Massey and thank him from me. He will know why.

What can I say? Your presence at Bombay would save everything, and yet seeing how reluctant you feel I will not insist. To-night I hope to have more time for an answer.

K. H.



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