Theosophical Quarterly Magazine, 1923 to 1924
Helene Petrovna Blavatsky
Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Religion - 380 pages
The Theosophical Quarterly is not designed to compete with, but to supplement The Theosophical Forum. It aims to cover those fields of theosophical activity and interest which the older magazine does not attempt to enter. It does not have any plans that are not fluidic and subject to change with changing conditions. It endeavors to meet certain known needs through the following departments: Notes and Comments; Republished Articles; Elementary Articles; Activities of the TS; Questions and Answers; Reviews; and Correspondence Class. Found within are articles on religious, philosophical and ethical subjects. Sample articles found include: Akhnaton, the Heretic Pharaoh of Egypt; Background and Glamour; Chartres Cathedral; Diagrams and Symbols; Lucifer to the Archbishop of Canterbury; Measures of the Eternal; On the Screen of Time; Pascal and the Mystics; Renascent Christianity; St. Catherine of Siena.
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