foundation of the theosophical movement in
1875, William Judge still could not see the unique
significance of modern theosophy. Judge naively
believed, as shown in the following article,
that the Bhagavad-Gita has all we need to learn.
Judge felt the book “Esoteric Buddhism” was
not quite necessary, although it consisted of direct
Letters from the Mahatmas. Helena Blavatsky
had to correct William Judge’s naiveté in public,
in a Note appended to his article. Read below.