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Science & Theosophy, Koestler

Aug 13, 2006 05:50 PM
by Mark Jaqua


Science & Theosophy, Koestler
   
      By far the best Web site on Theosophy 
and Science (almost the only one!) is 
David Pratt's great compilations along 
with commentary.
   
  <http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/dp5/homepage.htm>
  
   Cass and the Nazi mentioned Koestler.  
I read his "Invisible Writing" which was 
great and about his pre-disillusioned time 
as a Commie spy pre-WWII and also some 
time in a Spainish prison in which he 
underwent a spiritual insight.  
      Upton Sinclair wrote some Novels about 
WWII, which are full of genuine information 
and the state of things behind the scenes.
              - jake j.

 		
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