Re: theos-talk TS - History of a Spiritual Movement - Jeffrey D Lavoie - A must read
Dec 30, 2011 08:46 PM
The paperback copy sells for $29.95 and ebook costs $27.00.
While the book may contain valuable information, most readers interested in
the topic will find it pricey and I will not be surprised if actual sales
We all have seen tradition business model is being replaced low priced
digital copies. What happened to the music albums is slowly happening to
books. Also the greatest threat is what low priced high speed scanners can
do to pricey hard copy publications.
Many of us cannot afford to purchase the book at the above prices. Will
have to wait till the bottom falls or pdf copy is made available for free.
On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 10:16 PM, MKR <mkr777@jp2Z8VJqtzZ7EIDfR5lVvY0MuAgHfeqSWKVCiDaZFOyrF6_Fh3NFPYa4P6uoV9-YtxHIGbvLyg.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> A new book titled The Theosophical Society: The History of a Spiritual
> Movement has been published by Jeffrey D Lavoie. First 25 pages can be
> found at:
> While I have not had a chance to access the full book, it appears that it
> is a well researched publication and hence anyone interested in the history
> of TS should read it.
> Something that is to be noticed is the authorâs acknowledgement of the
> value of the digital copies of the early issues of The Theosophist
> available on Theosophy Network (www.theosophy.net) and his personal
> appreciation of the help given by Joe Fulton, whose brain child the Network
> is. The author also has acknowledged the valuable suggestions given by many
> members of the Theosophy Network.
> The above bodes well for the future of Theosophy Network. It is independent
> and is not financially or otherwise supported or controlled by any
> organization and its success owes is due to the labors of committed
> volunteers world-wide. It is also one of the very few free open forums on
> Internet where matters relating to theosophy, brotherhood, spirituality can
> be discussed. It just demonstrates what is possible in Internet era by a
> few dedicated volunteers. Many expect it to be a pioneer in the Internet
> era. And it needs support of everyone interested in the above topics.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
[Back to Top]
Dedicated to the Theosophical Philosophy and its Practical Application