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Re: Theos-World Re: Thomas Dalton alias Burgoyne 1855-1894

Jan 15, 2009 03:15 PM
by Cass Silva

Ah but Theo - you did your research for the production of your book - this was not my criteria - my criteria was simply to discern the teachings - that Bulwer Lytton impacted theosophy or vice versa is no more than a nice but colourful chapter in theosophical history. My muse has always led me to the appropriate book at the appropriate time.


From: paijmanstheo <>
Sent: Friday, 16 January, 2009 8:21:17 AM
Subject: Theos-World Re: Thomas Dalton alias Burgoyne 1855-1894

Not to put the selfcongratulary feelings of our esteemed member
Christina down, but rather, to put some perspective into matters -
these sources are already known for more than a decade with the
serious contemporary students of esoteric movements. In fact, you'll
find the same sources and information in my 1998 book on John Keely.
So, that's over a decade ago. And yes, I have all of these in my library.

What surpriss me is that this is treated here as new and revelatory
materials on a list supposedly inhabited by theosophists who really
should have done their homework. Same goes for the thread here on
Bulwer-Lytton. All of that and more is found in my 1998 book. 

And before me, there were others.



--- In theos-talk@yahoogro, "christinaleestemak er"
<christinaleestemak er@...> wrote:
> Be my guest, I am super- researcher!! !
> Real what will looks impossible , I can find.
> Christina

> > Sources:
> > 
> > Burgoyne, Thomas H. Celestial Dynamics. Denver: Astro-Philosophical
> > Publishing Co., 1896.
> > 
> > ââ. The Language of the Stars. Denver: Astro-Philosophical
> > Publishing Co., 1892.
> > 
> > ââ. The Light of Egypt. 2 vols. Denver: Astro-Philosophical
> > Publishing Co., 1889, 1900.
> > 
> > Godwin, Joscelyn. The Theosophical Enlightenment. Albany: State
> > University of New York Press, 1994.
> > 
> > Godwin, Joscelyn, Christian Chanel, and John P. Deveney. The 
> Hermetic
> > Brotherhood of Luxor: Initiatic and Historical Documents of an 
> Order of
> > Practical Occultism. York Beach, Maine: Samuel Weiser, 1995.
> > 
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> > 
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