On Good Historical Sources.
Feb 25, 2006 05:33 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline
"The Theosophical Movement 1875-1925" is one of the best sources we may
have on theosophical history. Unfortunately, it is out of print, but you
mgiht still get one
somehow from Los Angeles ULT.
Another priceless source, and recent, is "The Judge Case", by Ernest
Pelletier (Edmonton Theosophical Society, Canada).
This is a book we should discuss here soon. A whole library in one volume.
Now -- don't forget "HPB" , by Sylvia Cranston. That is superb, too.
Best regards, Carlos.
From: Jerry Hejka-Ekins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Theos-World Judge Case - some materials -
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 11:52:21 -0800
Actually, the book was written by John Garrigues, an associate of the
United Lodge Theosophists--not a TS member. While the book is
interesting it itself, it does advocate a definite viewpoint which needs
to be balanced with accounts endorsed by other organizations, and by an
examination of the source documentation.
Jacques Mahnich wrote:
> I had a chance to run through an interesting book some years ago, at
the Cincinnati, OH Library, and this book was giving some TS inside views
in regard with the Judge case.The title is "The Theosophical Movement
1875-1925, A History and a Survey, written by anonymous TS members. Edition
E.P. Dutton & Company, New-York.
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