Justice to Judge, 2013

The Report of the Eighth and Last
Celebration, and its Chain of Letters to India

The Aquarian Theosophist


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A 2015 Editorial Note:

The following text is reproduced from “The
Aquarian Theosophist”, April 2013 Edition.

After Radha Burnier died in October 2013,
“The Aquarian Theosophist” suspended the
yearly chain of letters to Adyar due to the
absence of a significant leadership in the
Adyar Society, on an international level.

We also saw that the results of the campaign
for Justice to Judge were significant enough
at the grassroots level, and that the theosophical
movement attained a new phase of its history.

(Carlos Cardoso Aveline)

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Up to April 24th, eighteen letters to India on “Justice to Judge” were reported to “The Aquarian Theosophist”. The messages were signed by 50 students from nine countries: UK, USA, Brazil, Portugal, Italy, Bolivia, Mexico, India and Dominican Republic.

There may be letters sent that were not reported.

For the first time since the beginning of the initiative in 2006, an Event was created on Facebook, with 36 students joining the celebration by this means. Though small in itself, the Facebook page seems to have played a key role in making 2013 the strongest year of the effort so far. 

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“Justice to Judge, 2013”, in PDF

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In September 2016, after a careful analysis of the state of the esoteric movement worldwide, a group of students decided to form the Independent Lodge of Theosophists, whose priorities include the building of a better future in the different dimensions of life.  

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E-Theosophy e-group offers a regular study of the classic, intercultural theosophy taught by Helena P. Blavatsky (photo).

Those who want to join E-Theosophy e-group at YahooGroups can do that by visiting https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/E-Theosophy/info.

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