Indications of a New Culture

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The Blavatsky Lecture 1934

‘my theme is that the emerging racial consciousness will not be a purely American product, but will develop [from] three active forces …[:] America, Great Britain, and India, and … the emerging  culture of the new race will owe something to each, but be different from any one of them.’ Gardner draws from a wide range to illustrate her thesis, from Prohibition (just repealed before this lecture was given) in America, references from Kipling to British dependence on tradition…India will contribute  ‘the scientific approach to religious experience’ where the ‘spiritual nature of man will be taken for granted in all personal and social arrangements.’

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