Outline of the Principles of Modern Theosophy 1894

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2003 - Religion - 208 pages
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1894. This work records outlines of some of the more important doctrines of the Theosophical philosophy, which several years' personal instruction from Madame Blavatsky and a study of her works has taught the author. Well-knowing how many there are whose purity and independence of thought forbid their acceptance of any of the various religious dogmas, and who are yet too spiritually minded to descend to a materialistic view of existence, he has written it in the hope that it may be read by a few whom other theosophical works have failed to reach; and as a slight tribute to the memory of one who made more sacrifices to humanity than the age can ever appreciate.

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