THE MAHATMA LETTERS TO A.P. SINNETT CHRONOLOGY
Compiled by A.T. Barker (original compiler) and V Hao Chin. The text of the famous letters, now housed in the British Library, in which two Adepts reveal openly for the fIrst time teachings previously hidden under veils of symbolism and allegory. Cosmic and Planetary evolution, the spiritual realities underlying human nature, the fate of man after death, the tests and trials of the spiritual path, written in vivid sentences that speak out to the man and woman of today. A Theosophy classic.
Theosophical Publishing House, Adyar
THE SECRET DOCTRINE: THE SYNTHESIS OF SCIENCE, RELIGION & PHILOSOPHY H.P. BLAVATSKY
Two Volumes Bound in One: Vol. 1 Cosmogenesis Vol. 2 Anthropogenesis.
In all ages, and in all lands, the belief has existed that a divine degree of knowledge is possible to human beings under certain conditions, and the conviction has dwelt in the hearts of people that living men exist who possess this knowledge. In ancient days, some of this higher knowledge was taught in the Mystery Schools, traces of which have been found among all the nations of the earth. In more modern days, its existence has been suspected by intuitive thinkers, who have called it by various names, such as the ‘Wisdom Religion’, ‘Gnosis’ or ‘Esoteric Philosophy’. H P Blavatsky’s magnum opus is intended to present a wholly coherent outline of an ageless doctrine, a system of thought based upon occult facts and universal truths inherent in nature.
The Theosophy Company, Los Angeles
THE DIVINE PLAN: A COMMENTARY ON H P BLAVATSKY’S ‘SECRET DOCTRINE’ GEOFFREY A. BARBORKA
Written in the Form of a Commentary on H. P. Blavatsky’s Secret Doctrine Expressly for the Purpose of Those Who Wish to Read and Gain a Deeper Understanding of The Secret Doctrine — Presenting an Exposition of the Doctrines of the Esoteric Philosophy, Analysing and Explaining All the Terms Used.
Adyar, Madras, India: The Theosophical Publishing House,
ISIS UNVEILED H.P. BLAVATSKY
Blavatsky’s first major work on theosophy, examining religion and science in the light of Western and Oriental ancient wisdom and occult and spiritualistic phenomena.
THOUGHT FORMS ANNIE BESANT
The text of this little book is the joint work of Mr Leadbeater and myself; some of it has already appeared as an article in Lucifer (now the Theosophical Review), but the greater part of it is new. The drawing and painting of the Thought-Forms observed by Mr Leadbeater or by myself, or by both of us together, has been done by three friends—Mr John Varley, Mr Prince, and Miss Macfarlane, to each of whom we tender our cordial thanks. To paint in earth’s dull colours the forms clothed in the living light of other worlds is a hard and thankless task; so much the more gratitude is due to those who have attempted it. They needed coloured fire, and had only ground earths. We have also to thank Mr F. Bligh Bond for allowing us to use his essay on Vibration Figures, and some of his exquisite drawings. Another friend, who sent us some notes and a few drawings, insists on remaining anonymous, so we can only send our thanks to him with similar anonymity.
It is our earnest hope—as it is our belief—that this little book will serve as a striking moral lesson to every reader, making him realise the nature and power of his thoughts, acting as a stimulus to the noble, a curb on the base. With this belief and hope we send it on its way.
Theosophical Publishing House, Adyar
H P BLAVATSKY – COLLECTED WRITINGS – VOLUME 1
Partial List of Contents:
About Spiritualism/A Few Questions to ‘Hiraf’/The Magical Evocation of Apollonius of Tyana/Buddhism in America/’Elementaries’/Kabalistic Views on ‘Spirits’/Mme. Blavatsky on Indian Metaphysics.