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Ocean of Theosophy, The
 
Judge, W.Q.
€13,00
Paperback
English
209p
Theosophical University Press
0-911500-26-X
0.294 kg
Paperback
IN THE AUTHORS WORDS

Just as the ancients taught, so does Theosophy: that the course of evolution is the drama of the soul and that Nature exists for no other purpose than the soul’s experience. The Theosophist agrees with Professor Huxley in the assertion that there must be beings in the universe whose intelligence is as much beyond ours as ours exceeds that of the black beetle, and who take an active part in the government of the natural order of things.

We are therefore not appearing for the first time when we come upon this planet, but have pursued a long and immeasurable course of activity and intelligent perception on other systems of globes.

Man has never been without a friend, but has a line of elder brothers who continually watch over the progress of the less progressed, and preserve the knowledge gained through aeons of trial and experience.

Theosophy sees no unsolvable mystery anywhere, it throws the word coincidence out of its vocabulary and hails the reign of law in everything and every circumstance.

Contents:
1. Theosophy and the Masters
2. General Principles
3. The Earth Chain
4. Septenary Constitution of Man
5. Body and Astral Body
6. Kama – Desire
7. Manas
8. Of Reincarnation
9. Reincarnation continued
10. Arguments supporting Reincarnation
11. Karma
12. Kama Loka
13. Devachan
14. Cycles
15. Differentiation of Species – Missing Links
16. Psychic Laws, Forces, and Phenomena
17. Psychic Phenomena and Spiritualism
Ocean of Theosophy, The
 
Judge, W.Q.
€20,00
Hardcover
English
209p
Theosophical University Press
0-911500-25-1
0.4 kg
Hardcover
IN THE AUTHORS WORDS

Just as the ancients taught, so does Theosophy: that the course of evolution is the drama of the soul and that Nature exists for no other purpose than the soul’s experience. The Theosophist agrees with Professor Huxley in the assertion that there must be beings in the universe whose intelligence is as much beyond ours as ours exceeds that of the black beetle, and who take an active part in the government of the natural order of things.

We are therefore not appearing for the first time when we come upon this planet, but have pursued a long and immeasurable course of activity and intelligent perception on other systems of globes.

Man has never been without a friend, but has a line of elder brothers who continually watch over the progress of the less progressed, and preserve the knowledge gained through aeons of trial and experience.

Theosophy sees no unsolvable mystery anywhere, it throws the word coincidence out of its vocabulary and hails the reign of law in everything and every circumstance.

Contents:
1. Theosophy and the Masters
2. General Principles
3. The Earth Chain
4. Septenary Constitution of Man
5. Body and Astral Body
6. Kama – Desire
7. Manas
8. Of Reincarnation
9. Reincarnation continued
10. Arguments supporting Reincarnation
11. Karma
12. Kama Loka
13. Devachan
14. Cycles
15. Differentiation of Species – Missing Links
16. Psychic Laws, Forces, and Phenomena
17. Psychic Phenomena and Spiritualism
Om - The Secret of Ahbor Valley
 
Mundy, T.
€24,00
Paperback
English
392p
Point Loma Publications California
0-913004-39-1
0.52 kg
Paperback
Beautifully written, “OM” is charged with thought and full of exciting narratives –Saturday Review
In Talbot Mundy’s OM we penetrate into the unknown country of the Ahbors in the high mountains fastnesses of northern India and Tibet for a tale of striking adventure and a theme of mystical significance. “Everything is weird and surprising,” commented the Manchester City News (Manchester, England) when the book was first published.
“The characters are fantastic and abnormal, wild to savagery, but in some cases preternaturally wise. The Lama, Tsiang Samdup, is a wonderful conception of the mystic, an Adept who has fathomed secrets far beyond human philosophy, and who pours forth a continual stream of occultism and wisdom.

“One of the most thrilling descriptions we have ever read is the chapter, ‘Under the Brahmaputra’–the volume would be worth reading if only to read it. But after all it is the ‘Middle Way’, the Way of Life’ which matters, and Mr. Mundy was here developed and idea of arresting power…
“Those who want philosophy and sensation combined, and a work of fiction entirely out of the common, may be safely commended to this work…Mr. Mundy had produced a literary and philosophical masterpiece.”

Contents
1. “Cottswold Ommony … Is No Man’s Fool”
2. Number One of the Secret Service
3. “What Is Fear?”
4. “I Am One Who Strives To Tread the Middle Way”
5. The House at the End of the Passage
6. “Missish-Anbun Is Mad”
7. “Sarcasm! I Wonder if That Ever Pays”
8. The Middle Way
9. “Gupta Rao”
10. Vasantasena
11. “All This in the Space of One Night”
12. “All Things End–Even Carriage Rides”
13. San-Fun-Ho
14. The Second Act
15. The Roll-Call by Night
16. “Where Are We?”
17. Diana Rehearses a Part
18. Diana Adopts Buskins
19. A Message from Miss Sanburn
20. Ommony Capitulates
21. The Lay of Alha
22. Darjiling
23. Tilgaun
24. Hannah Sanburn
25. The Compromise
26. Ahbor Valley Gate
27. Under the Brahmaputra
28. The Lama’s Home
29. The Lama’s Story
30. The Lama’s Story (Continued)
31. The Jade of Ahbor

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