Getting Ready for 1975

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The Blavatsky Lecture 1961

A major claim of the modern theosophical movement is that there is an outpouring of instruction and inspiration from the Lodge of Adepts in the last quarter of each century. The author assesses the issues involved in judging the suitability of the theosophical movement to be able to receive further teaching. Along the way he covers the nature of cycles, human fallibility and several technical points on the accuracy of overly-schematised accounts of the Transcendental, viewed in the light of the workings of the human mind.

24 pp paperback 1961 ex libris


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Weight 0.34 kg
Dimensions 14 × 0.3 × 21.5 cm
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