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Cleather , HPB

INTRODUCTORY. This little book is an expansion of a series of articles written for the Journal of the Maha Bodhi Society (Calcutta), a Buddhist monthly, at the request of the Editor, the Venerable the Anagarika Dhannapala, who also asked me to preface them with a short account of myself and the nature of my connection with the wonderful woman who forms the subject of this book.

Alice Cleather

Alice L. Cleather was a direct pupil of H. P. Blavatsky beginning in 1887. She was a member of her Esoteric Section and later the Inner Group. Follwing HPB's death, she became disillusioned with the new leadership of the Theosophical Society, and pulled away from the movement. She is best known for her writings and as the founder of the H. P. B. Library in 1917.

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