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Published by Theosophical Publishing House in London .
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Statementby Josophine Ransom.
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Pagination31p. ;
Number of Pages31
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Open LibraryOL18184773M

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The Direction of The Theosophical Society by Masters of Wisdom. London, Published lecture. Years of Grandeur: Memories of Annie Besant. With Sidney Ransom. London: Theosophical Publishing House, From a presentation with Sidney Ransom. "Delivered at the headquarters of The Theosophical Society, London, on October 1, " The Key to. A lifetime member of the Theosophical Society, Ravi has taught many courses in The School of the Wisdom in Adyar and at the Krotona Institute in Ojai, Calif. He was a member of the Institute of Advanced Study in Princeton, a fellow of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study in Shimla, and the founding director of the Threshold Award for. THE MASTERS AS FACTS AND IDEALS * [* A Lecture delivered in in London. ] THE TESTIMONY OF RELIGIONS “The Masters, as Facts and Ideals” – I have taken the double title, for there are some who know Them not as facts, to whom yet the ideal is valuable, precious, and inspiring. Not every member of the Theosophical Society believes in the. Compilers' Preface. This book is published in commemoration of the passing of Dr. G. de Purucker on Septem Since that memorable date the fellowship of the Theosophical Society (Covina) will have been expecting some such recognition of their late Leader, knowing that in his many still unpublished addresses and official pronouncements there was a wealth of Theosophical teaching.

  The western esoteric tradition has no more important figure in the modern times than Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (–). She and her Theosophical Society stand at the crucial historical moment when it seemed possible to unite science and occultism, West and East, in a “divine wisdom” (theosophy) for the modern Isis Unveiled, The Secret Doctrine, and, most of all, in the. [In order to leave no room for equivocation, the members of the T.S. have to be reminded of the origin of the Society in Sent to the U.S. of America in for the purpose of organizing a group of workers on a psychic plane, two years later the writer received orders from her Master and Teacher to form the nucleus of a regular Society whose objects were broadly stated as follows. Theosophical Society. The major modern organization advocating gnostic-esoteric teachings. The Theosophical Society was founded in New York in by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Henry Steel Olcott, William Quan Judge, and others. It grew out of interest in the occult generated previously by the magnetist movement and especially Spiritualism, in which both Blavatsky and Olcott had participated. We are frequently asked by inquirers if Theosophy teaches Oriental methods of Yoga, or whether it recommends them to seekers for spiritual wisdom. This is not an unnatural question because it is well known that the Theosophical Society was established under the direction of certain Oriental Masters of Wisdom, Compassion, and Peace.