Twenty-Two Letters, From 46 People in Seven
Countries, Asking for Justice to William Judge
A Student of Theosophy
Since April 2006, independent students of Theosophy have been writing to the President of the Adyar Society. For six years now, they have celebrated W.Q. Judge’s life and work for humanity while writing about justice to the main Adyar leader, Ms. Radha Burnier.
In fact, the yearly Letters to
are part of a wider process. Remembering W.Q. Judge’s life and creating mechanisms by which to better exchange views with Adyar theosophists on the past and the future of the movement are valid long term actions taking form in various ways and dimensions. India
The yearly rhythm of the Letters to Adyar can be summarized in this way:
1) In 2006, six letters from four countries.
2) In 2007, ten letters, from five countries.
3) In 2008, eleven letters, from five countries.
4) In 2009, nineteen letters, from seven countries.
5) In 2010, twenty-one letters (including one e-mail message), from six countries.
6) In 2011, twenty-two letters, all sent air mail, from seven countries.
The 2011 countries and their letters are:
The number of countries from which letters are sent has increased again to seven thanks to one letter from
. Athens, Greece
These are the numbers of the effort in the last three years:
*In 2009, 45 people signed and sent 19 air mail letters from seven countries.
*In 2010, 42 people signed and sent 20 air mail letters and one e-mail message to Adyar, from six countries.
*In 2011, 46 people signed and sent 22 air mail letters to Adyar from seven countries, asking for justice to W.Q.Judge.
In 2011 the international discussion and circulation of materials on the topic was wider than in previous years, involving various e-groups which, if combined, include more than one thousand students and readers. More material on the issue was published in various websites, whose readers have been steadily increasing in numbers.
All of the 2011 letters are reproduced below. Of course, this report includes only the letters whose copies have been sent to us. Other letters or messages may have been sent to Adyar that we do not know of.
More can be seen about “Justice to Judge”, in the corresponding sections of the websites www.TeosophyOnline.com and www.FilosofiaEsoterica.com . One can also see texts on this subject at the blog www.Esoteric-Philosophy.com and at the blog of “The Aquarian Theosophist”.
The organizers have no short term expectations about “visible results”, but they know that the law of karma never fails. Every small effort, made in the right direction, inevitably produces good results - often in invisible ways. Friends and supporters of the effort are invited to join the e-group E-Theosophy, in YahooGroups. The e-group develops a daily study of original theosophy, while constantly assessing the evolution and vitality of the esoteric movement.
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The 2011 Letters to
Ms. Radha Burnier
Adyar, Chennai, India
Giengen, April 9 / 10, 2011
To the Leaders of the Adyar branch of the Theosophical Movement,
One year ago we wrote a letter to you in which we declared that we were not agreeing with the situation about the case around Mr. William Quan Judge. We expressed our opinion that this situation appears in the general public and especially to the enemies of our Movement as a weakness in the realization of our noble aims. We are really worried that such a fact is once more a smashed brick in the pillars of our movement. Don’t you think that everything must be done to consolidate our Society, to show our integrity and seriousness? A dialog about the way how we can find a solution in the “Judge Case” should be one of these primary things.
Members of different branches of the Theosophical Society are trying in these days to find a way to come closer; the “Judge- Case” is one of the matters which they are following. It is now not necessary to explain the details of this case and our point of view in this matter, because you are already informed about it. We think that now is necessary for you to recognize the seriousness of this situation. That why we want you to open your archives and search for the evident proofs if Mr. Judge was really guilty, otherwise declare that he is
innocent in each charge against him.
Ralph Kammer, Anne & Jürgen Roth, Edith Kraus, 
Giengen / Germany.
 The four students who sign the letter are members and friends of Padma Lodge of the Theosophical Society (Point Loma) in Germany.
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