Blavatsky Collected Writings, Vol. 5 Page 287


[The Theosophist, Vol. IV, No. 12(48), September, 1883, p. 327.]

[Dr. Franz Hartmann, writing on the above subject and on the problem of Devachan, indulges in the thought that Guiteau, the assassin of President Garfield, “on his arrival in Devachan would probably shake hands with his imaginary (but to him real) partner who inspired the murder. . . .” To this H. P. B. remarks :]

It is to be feared that Guiteau will have little chance of getting acquainted with the Devachanic state. He and his “partner” will meet in avitchi, if not a still more disreputable place.