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This contradicts Leadbeater’s claims, allegedly based on his clairvoyant research, regarding the Gospels.Those claims were initially made to a group of his students and originally published in the private (or secret) ES publication, The Link, May, 1908 [although the date at the top of the pages on which the work was published read May, 1901].
Arthur Nethercot, in his research for his biography of Mrs Besant discovered the identities of over 90.
I profess my belief in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, in the Dogma of Transubstantiation, in the Seven Sacraments, and in the Decrees of the Synod of Jerusalem of 1672. Weller Van Hook (1862-1933), General Secretary of the Theosophical Society in America, 1907-1912, wrote a play, The Promise of Christ’s Return, originally published in The Theosophic Messenger (December, 1909).
It was first performed in Chicago, in 1910, with Jinarajadasa as the stage manager.
Although various suggestions were made as to the identity of “Scorpio”, it is clear that it was kept by Leadbeater as a threat which might be applied against a particular enemy.
See: https://cwleadbeater.wordpress.com/2016/05/16/in-the-lives-in-the-lives/ A curious volume, Gems of thought from leading intellectual lights: education, soul elevating and spiritualizing; designed to illustrate certain grand truths which are connected with the spiritual philosophy Compiled by John R Francis, Chicago, IL : Progressive Thinker Publishing House, 1906, contains some interesting early versions of some of Leadbeater’s writings: “Dreams and their significance” 46-68 “Man and his bodies” 190-202 “Reincarnation” 215-228 “The law of cause and effect” 240-253 “Life after death: Purgatory” 254-267 “Life after death: The heaven world” 268-282 “Telepathy and mind cure” 294-309 “Invisible helpers” 329-343 “Clairvoyance: what it is” 344-356 Available in digital format on-line at: https://archive.org/details/gemsofthoughtfro00chic One of the interesting, and perhaps unexpected, results of modern New Testament scholarship, including the discovery of ancient documents, has been to essentially confirm traditional accounts of the origin and dating of the Gospels.
Wedgwood had contacted Archbishop Arnold Harris Mathew (1852-1919), head of a tiny independent church, the Old Catholic Church in Great Britain, in 1913, and he and a number of his Theosophist associates were received into Mathew’s church and ordained.
When Wedgwood and his Theosophical colleagues in London submitted to, and were ordained in, the Old Catholic Church, they were required to solemnly swear to commit to, uphold and teach a very conservative declaration of Catholic doctrine.
Gregory Robertson, who acted as my research assistant for most of the time I was at Adyar, and for a time after my return to Sydney, identified all “Star Names” bar one (“Scorpio) by a laborious, and meticulous, cross-matching of published and unpublished lists.
See Gregory Robertson The Identification of Characters in Privately published, Sydney, 1980.
However, details of the house published when it was offered for auction as part of the Bakewell Estate in September 1922 by Stanton and Son Ltd, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, provide the facts.
Stanton and Son offered for auction two houses, built by Bakewell, as part of his estate. It was located at the corner of Wharf Road and Mary Street, and was described as an “Imposing Residence” of brick, with slate roof, having a hall, 2 reception rooms, a breakfast room, a billiard room, a ballroom, 5 main bedrooms, 2 maids’ rooms, 3 bathrooms, “all modern offices, exceptionally well appointed”.
“This mansion residence comprises approximately 45 rooms, all exceptionally large, also servants’ quarters, garage, stables, laundries, and gardeners’ rooms…Such a fine property should be particularly desirable for an Educational Institution, Residential Flats, for a Private Hotel, or for a Large Hospital.” The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 16 September 1922, Page 9 The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 2 September 1922, Page 18 The large collection of lists identifying the characters in “The Lives” has slightly expanded.