The Secret Doctrine: Synthesis of Science, Religion and Philosophy

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Kessinger Publishing, 2003 - Religion - 588 pages
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Volume five of a five volume set. With some papers on the bearing of occult philosophy on life. A new version of Isis Unveiled in which the work is issued in a better and clearer form. All that is important in Isis is retained, but the text is rearranged to provide a better grouping of the materials relating to any particular subject.

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User Review  - Abbadon - Goodreads

Anyone that wants to read this should be strongly advised to read first "Theosophy: History of a Pseudo-Religion" by René Guénon. It explains why this book is crap and why you shouldn't waste your time with it nor with Theosophy altogether. Read full review

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User Review  - Jake Jaqua - Goodreads

Blavatsky's "Secret Doctrine" stands alone and unique in the field. It is further separated from later imitators by the couple thousand References to Scriptures, ancient literature, science of her ... Read full review

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Blavatsky is founder of the Theosophical Society and was an intrepid investigator of cosmic and human nature.

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