Blavatsky Collected Writings Volume 4 Page 467


[The Theosophist, Vol. IV, No. 8, Supplement, May, 1883, p. 7]

[Commenting on a report that a union was likely to take place between the Ârya Samâj and the Theosophical Society, H. P. B. wrote:]

A “reunion” would be a more appropriate term to use, perhaps. But, since it takes two to quarrel, so it takes two to “reunite” or get reconciled, letting all bygones be bygones. We have not been consulted upon this subject. Therefore, and before feeling so assured that there will be no objection to such a new union on the part of the Theosophical Society—the publication of such untrustworthy documents as the Reply to Extra Supplement of the July “Theosophist,” by a Rurki Arya being rather in the way of the reunion, than otherwise—it is premature to publish the news (quite false in this case) and with such a flourish of trumpets.