What is a good book giving a comprehensive view of theosophy and TS?
Jul 15, 2011 11:02 PM
What is a good book giving a comprehensive view of theosophy and TS
Frequently newbees, do inquire as to what is a good book for a beginner to
start with. Of course no one will suggest either Secret Doctrine or Isis
Unveiled, even though many have found reading them fascinating and giving
the reader a most comprehensive account.
In todayâs Internet environment and terminology, FAQ is something everyone
knows what it means. I have frequently recommended newbees to look at Key to
Theosophy written by H P B in question and answer format which is easy read,
yet quite comprehensive. In addition, it is available for download for free
on Internet and even hard copies are inexpensive to buy, and many times used
books can be picked up for a couple dollars. Even after several years of
exposure to theosophical material as a non scholar, I go back and refer to
Key from time to time.
I would like feedback from other theosophists on this topic.
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