|Also Louis-Joseph de Montcalm|
was one significant theosophist in the next life.
Death is nothing, but to live defeated and inglorious is to die daily,said by Napoleon Bonaparte.
Exactly, he didn´t use English, as he could not, and it was one shame.
Have you ever seen in his notebook, which is bent in the English irregular verbs?(on Corsica during)
What a shame about Napo.
But in his next life, he spoke ten languages (I can not even tell you his new name).
However Charles Webster Leadbeater met him, sometimes about 100 years ago, and becouse CW was very
perceptive man, he did it, he could identified this re-born-Napoleon, and said:
You should be come to Adyar!
Later the former emperor said about Leadbeater, "Hats off" , and:
He is a man, who has studied a lot.
Still he did not go to the headquarter, maybe it was a mistake. He was compassionate and also got suffering lot.
He wrote the letters to theosophical leaders. It was not enough.
The master of war should know this: The troops led from the front.