Lectures of the Arya

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 1992 - Philosophy - 348 pages
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Pike knew that our language, philosophy, religions, are traceable to the Aryans, Indo and Irano, and he has presented to our view, through the Lectures, the emigration and last division of the race, their country, character and manners, their language, their deities, and legends. "Of the work, Pike himself said: 'Oldest literary monuments and records of human thought in the world and as the source and origin of the great philosophical doctrines of the world, but also, and far more, because they make known to us a sublime theosophy and purely philosophic faith believed in and understood by men of our own blood and lineage at a very remote period when they dwelt near the cradle of the race.

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