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Theosophy and the theosophical society

by Annie Besant

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This rare book comprises four lectures given by Besant on the meaning of Theosophy, first in relation to its being the Paravidya, of the Supreme Knowledge; secondly, its role as the Open Road to the Masters, the great teachers of Wisdom; thirdly, as the Root of all the great Religions; and tackled lastly is the Meaning, the Purpose, and the Functions of the Theosophical Society. This engaging text written by the prolific theosophist Annie Besant comprises a comprehensive exposition of the aforementioned topics and as such is a must-read for any student of theosophy. Annie Besant was a prominent British socialist, theosophist, writer, activist and orator and supporter of Irish and Indian self-rule.… (more)

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