Re: theos-talk Theosophical Classics: Re: Update on Secret Doctrine Commentaries
Feb 22, 2011 04:48 AM
I had a hot link in my favorites for the Way Back Machine Archive for the "tphta.ws/index.htm"
It has the listing I didn't check if it will pop the comleted books yet but the listing is there, here is the hot link:
Here is a second slightly different link for the same site
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Subject: theos-talk Theosophical Classics: Re: Update on Secret Doctrine Commentaries
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org , John W <JohnWW@...> wrote:
> Can you please tell us what were the titles that were on that site
Besides "Theosophical classics" in zip archive, there were djvu copies of "Damodar and pioneers of theosophical movement", Subba Row's collected writings, "Lonely disciple" (biorgaphy of Subba Row), Real world of fairies by Dora Kunz, several books on yoga by Krishnamacharya and many others.
> Also, what was the URL of the site that had them?
It was in some subdirectory of it which I don't remember. The title page contained lots of mp3.
Unfortunately archive keeps only html files, while the books were mostly in djvu.
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