Owing to the fact that the popular press has almost unanimously boycotted all facts in favor of H. P. Blavatsky, and that the writer himself was unable to undertake the independent publication of this material, The Truth about Madame Blavatsky was first submitted to the leading Theosophical publishing houses of America. The writer wishes to extend impartial thanks to all of those who, though unable to aid his literary endeavor, have volunteered their advice and best wishes.(*)
But above all, he wishes to commend Theosophical University Press [publisher of the first edition of this work in 1947] for its whole-hearted support of this opportune tribute to H. P. Blavatsky on the 70th Anniversary of her first literary work, Isis Unveiled. To every Theosophist, it will be significant that the scurrilous barrage under discussion was launched at H.P.B. in the seventh year of the tenth septenary cycle of her first publication!
Regardless of belief or affiliation, Theosophists everywhere must unite in that one universal conviction: The entire innocence of H.P.B.
All admirers of H. P. Blavatsky, all lovers of Truth, all vigilant inquirers everywhere, must make that one affirmation an undying flame at that great martyr’s shrine!
-- W. A. C.
* [The writer is not a member of the Theosophical Society, nor has he ever been affiliated with any mystical or occult group.]
1877 -- 1947
THE MERCENARIES AND PARASITES OF THE PRESS, WHO PROSTITUTE ITS MORE THAN ROYAL POWER, WILL FIND IT EASY TO MOCK AT THINGS TOO WONDERFUL FOR THEM TO UNDERSTAND; FOR TO THEM THE PRICE OF A PARAGRAPH IS MORE THAN THE VALUE OF SINCERITY.
-- H. P. Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled, Vol. I, p. viii
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