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On the Mahatma Letters

Direct Teachings from the Masters Shed a Higher Light on the Theosophical Writings John Garrigues 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000 A 2017 Editorial Note: The following text was first published at the March 1924 edition of “Theosophy” magazine, in Los Angeles, pp. 204-209. It … Continue lendo

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Two Poles of Being

Every Mental Activity Is Electrical In Its Nature John Garrigues 0000000000000000000000000000000000 Editorial Note: “Two Poles of Being” was first published by “Theosophy” magazine at Los Angeles, in the April 1926 edition, pp. 269-270. It had no indication as to the author. … Continue lendo

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Tibetan Book of the Dead Is Ningma

A Warning to Students of Esoteric Philosophy John Garrigues John Garrigues (1868-1944) 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 An Editorial Note: The following fragment was first published anonymously at “Theosophy” magazine,  in December 1935, p. 96.  An examination of its contents and style indicates it … Continue lendo

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To the Man in the Street

Belief Is the Yardstick By Which We Measure the Importance of Events John Garrigues   Unless Theosophy has something definite to offer to the man in the street it may as well disappear from the field of human interest.  If … Continue lendo

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The Way, the Truth and the Light

It’s Easier to Walk If One Gets   Free From Unnecessary Weight    John Garrigues 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 The following article was first published at “Theosophy”  magazine, Los Angeles, in December 1920, p. 58, with no indication as to its author. Original … Continue lendo

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