Feb 14, 2006 06:53 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline
Paul and Friends,
I hope you will accept going on with the exchange of ideas here.
By the way, do you think you really revealed the Masters?
That IS something.
Best regards, Carlos.
From: "kpauljohnson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Theos-World Online explanations and critiques of The Masters
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 17:30:54 -0000
Dear Carlos and all,
Probably the first place to get a feel for my books would be the
amazon.com or google.com search features, e.g.;
which are excellent for allowing one to look at tables of contents,
back covers, etc. (Also those of a few books in which mine are
cited.) Next I'd recommend SUNY's website list of the Western
Esoteric Traditions series:
Mine are only three of many, and Joscelyn Godwin's The Theosophical
Enlightenment has been more influential and can be seen as a
companion volume to my first two in the series.
Online information pro and con my SUNY books on Blavatsky can be
Katinka has all this in what I would propose as the suggested order
of reading, starting with a survey of the varied critical responses
in published books and periodicals, then some interview questions and
answers, then an article, then some online criticisms. Note however
that the "excerpts from TMR" are not that, but excerpts from the
piece linked below.
John Algeo's criticisms published in Theosophical History, and my
reply, are available online for TH subscribers only. But "David
Green" has a link to my reply to Daniel Caldwell's criticisms here,
hosted by David Lane:
Anyone can find the House of Cards piece on Daniel's site, linked
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