Re: theos-talk New theosophical ebooks from Theosophical University Press
Aug 10, 2011 06:52 AM
Let me add. Those who are interested in print version of the books, they are
available from TUP. So we have the best of both choices - print as well as
Of late many professional publications are making it a point to provide
ebook format for free when you buy a print copy. With netbooks and
notebooks, ipads, ebooks can be stored and accessed very conveniently and
that is what the market demands. In professional circles, if you do not
provide a ebook, they can feed their print copy to a scanner and get a pdf
file for their use in no time.
Again, TUP should be congratulated for forward looking in spreading
theosophy. While we may be dealing with Ancient Wisdom, let us use modern
tools and that is what makes Ancient Wisdom easily accessible to the
student. I hope 'God' will soon open the eyes of theosophical publishers and
make them recognize the power of electronic books coupled with Internet.
On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 8:43 AM, MKR <mkr777@ZlE6jfjbORuih8tK4b6EHHnd8ITraQeLMQD6WrbD7R4KbAbMOB5cFVKaL6I8tfcV7TEstwJMptry_S0.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> More PDF ebooks from Theosophical University Press: The books are free to
> The books are:
> Theosophy in the Qabbalah by Grace F. Knoche
> To Light a Thousand Lamps - A Theosophic Vision - Grace F. Knoche
> The Mystery Schools - Grace F. Knoche
> I am sure many students around the world, especially in developing nations,
> would benefit by the publications.
> I hope other theosophical publishers who are yet to wake up to eBooks,
> follow the lead shown by TUP.
> Thanks for John Rau in updating the news.
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