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Re: theos-talk Early Theosophist Magazines now online

Dec 18, 2010 09:26 AM
by MKR


I am very glad to see the volumes. This project shows what a handful of
dedicated individuals can achieve that organizations with millions of
dollars in treasury cannot. A key factor that has made wide distribution
possible is the Internet.

I would personally like to see many of the out of print publications made
available on Internet and they will be there for eternity for all the
future.

MKR

On Sat, Dec 18, 2010 at 11:17 AM, MKR <mkr777@8zAJpRLC3hNaTfX0mCyxtla579BV6M6WOToOHMfezXZYzhRjpZF7HbeHw0QN-gAjgFhEePHoAg.yahoo.invalid> wrote:

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> Early Theosophist Magazines now on Cyberspace
>
> The Theosophist Volumes 1 to 6, 1879-1885, edited by H P Blavatsky is now
> available at www.theosophy.net. They contain wide variety of discussions
> on
> varied theosophical subjects. It should be recalled that in the early days,
> the inner Founders and other members of the White Brotherhood, took visible
> active interest in contributions to the Theosophist. Till now they were
> inaccessible to readers. Now they can be accessed with the click of your
> mouse on the computer from anywhere in the world. Also, in these days when
> everyone seems to be focused on money and very pricey theosophical
> publications, the are free to download and study and research etc.
>
> Bringing them to theosophists and other is due to the labors of many
> dedicated theosophists and we should be grateful for what they have done to
> the theosophy world. Let us all support the efforts to publish more of the
> inaccessible important material and if anyone has any skills or resources -
> money and otherwise, please contact Joe Fulton.
>
> MKR
>
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