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Echoes of the Orient Vol. II (Revised Edition)

The Writings of William Quan Judge

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The claim of William Q. Judge upon us is impersonal and universal. If there be little said about him as an occultist, it is because such men, in such relations, leave no vissible, material traces. Of them it may be said, in the language of paradox: They are known to be what they are because they are unknown; they have suffered that other men may rejoice; hatred is their portion because they have loved much; sorrow is their lot until that day when the whole world shall rejoice. Such men, in their unrecorded deeds, wear the likeness of the rootless Root, the unevolved Evolver, in the sense that, being themselves obscure, they are the source of greatness in others. Themselves silent, they are the cause of eloquence in others. Theirs are the thoughts which spur others to great deeds. Theirs is the quietness which overcomes everything, just as water, the softest thing, overcomes all hardness. They, and they alone, come into this world of ours with one idea, one ideal, which they carry out along a hundred lines with unwavering purpose, never pausing, never resting, never changing, knowing no alteration of mind, no lesser deity than the One Self, no other service than the service of that Self hidden in humanity.

—Julia Keightley

Contents:
1. FROM THE IRISH THEOSOPHIST
Introductory Note. Tributes to W.Q. Judge. Meditation, Concentration, Will. The Closing Cycle. Three Great Ideas

2. FROM LUCIFER
An Astrological Question. “Yours till Death and after, H.P.B.”. H.P.B. at Enghien. On the Future: A Few Reflections. Concerning Mr. Foulke’s Claims. Mesmerism. The Sheaths of the Soul. Convention of the European Section. An Interesting Letter. India, A Trumpet Call at a Crisis. The Prayag Letter. “Blavatskianism” In and Out of Season. Theosophical Correspondence Class

3. FROM THE THEOSOPHIST
The New York Theosophical Society. The Moral Law of Compensation. Astrology Verified. The Adepts in America in 1776. Theosophy and the Destiny of India (Bombay). The West and What India Can Give It (Poona). Mr. William Q. Judge at Hyderabad. Theosophy and the Destiny of India (Secunderabad). Is There a Soul in Man? Are the “Arabian Nights” All Fiction? Thought Transference or Mind Reading. Chirognomy and Palmistry. The Nãdigranthams. Theosophical Theories of the Microcosm. Jacob Boehme and The Secret Doctrine. India and Her Theosophists

4. WORLD’S PARLIAMENT OF RELIGIONS
Compiler’s Notes and Introductory. The Theosophical Congress. Theosophy Genarally Stated. Theosophy in the Christian Bible. Universal Brotherhood a Fact in Nature. [Invocations]. The Organized Life of The Theosophical Society. [On Common Doctrines]. Cycles and Cyclic Law. The Theosophical Congress & The Parliament of Religions

5. SELECTIONS FROM THE PATH
Notice to Inquirers. Contemporary Literature and Theosophy. Editorial Note. “Peace with Honor” or “A Scientific Frontier”. To Theosophists Willing to Work. The New “Department of Branch Work”. Libel by Dr. Coues and the “New York Sun”. The Oriental Department. “The Brotherhood of the New Life”. The Light of Egypt. The Ashes of H.P.B. Impossibilities Demanded. Two Theosophical Events. Theosophical Correspondence Class. Of Funds and Property. The Theosophical Society. A Parent T.S. Diploma. H.S. Olcott versus H.P.B. The Work Since May

6. HIDDEN HINTS IN THE SECRET DOCTRINE
(From The Path, 1891-2)

7. QUESTIONS FROM THE VÂHAN
Questions and Answers (1891-92)

8. QUESTIONS FROM THE THEOSOPHICAL FORUM
Questions and Answers (1889-95)

9. QUESTIONS FROM THE PATH
Questions and Answers (1887-96). The Stream and Thought and Queries. Are There New Souls? Why Reincarnation? Transmigration of Souls. Evolution. Rings, Rounds, and Obscuration. [Questions and Answers continued]

10. ABRIDGEMENT OF DISCUSSIONS
Abridgement of Discussions

11. FACES OF FRIENDS
Jirah Dewey Buck. Edward Burroughs Rambo. Major General Abner Doubleday. Jerome A. Anderson. Allen Griffiths. T. Subba Row. Bertram Keightley. Dr. Archibald Keightley. G.N. Chakravarti. Countess Constance Wachtmeister. H. Dharmapala. George R.S. Mead. Claude Falls Wright. George Edward Wright. Jasper Niemand (Mrs. Archibald Keightley). Tukaram Tatya [Padval]. James Morgan Pryse. Isabel Cooper-Oakley. Emil August Neresheimer. Ernest Temple Hargrove. Rangampalli Jagannathiah and T.A. Swaminatha Aiyar

Pagination Key to 1st Edition
Bibliography
Index

Extra informatie

Gewicht 1174 g
Afmetingen 235 × 160 × 40 mm
Schrijver

Judge, W.Q.

Uitgave

Hardcover

Pagina's

600

ISBN

978-1-55700-196-2

Taal

English

Uitgeverij

Theosophical University Press