Re: New Books on Krotona and Adyar history.
Aug 17, 2009 01:47 PM
Nice to hear that.
It is also very important what Leadbeater and Besant wrote after 1927 till their death in 1934. During this period Krishnamurti started teaching independently. And it is extremely important to know whether according to Leadbeater, JK was giving his own apparently faulty teaching or whether he was speaking what Christ wanted to speak.
Leadbeater's opinion about success or failure of the World Teacher project can become known if we do research on Leadbeater's private and public writings during the period 1927 to 1934.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Joseph" <jeugener@...> wrote:
> Greetings to all historians and those interested in the early years of Krotona and Adyar, covering the years 1921-1926. Now you have the first peek into the original and verbatim letters written by Annie Besant, C.W. Leadbeater and A.P. Warrington plus many others. Although the books cover the history of Krotona as an Esoteric Center within the Adyar Theosophical Society, the letters cover some of the history unfolding at Adyar during this time as well.
> Krotona Vol III, 1921-1922, 325pgs. $18.00 plus shipping.
> Krotona Vol IV, 1923-1926, 464pgs. $22.00 plus shipping.
> Covering the history of the movement within the Adyar Theosophical Society called World-Mother and World-Teacher is updated, and based on original unedited letters and E.S. documents during 1925 etc.
> Spirit of Womanhood, A Journey with Rukmini Devi, 183pgs. $16.00 plus shipping.
> If interested please contact me at the above email address. Amazon will carry all titles beginning the new year 2010.
> Thank you Joseph E. Ross
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