A Theosophist's Point of View 1901
1901. This book was not written for Theosophists. The author's aim is to reach the man on the street who has heard just enough of Theosophy to wish to know more and who is overcharged with the misconceptions persistently flung by the belligerents. The author spent six years as a lecturer and for three years was the President of a Theosophical Society at the National Capital, during which times he answered questions prompted from many points of view. These questions form the basis for the reasoning found in this book.
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