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This little treatise talks about the interest the Mahatmas had in the Theosophist in the early years.  It draws from many sources such as Letters of H. P. Blavatsky to A.P. Sinnett and The Mahatma Letters.

For those interested in the early days of the Society, it is a fasinating read.


German-born Sanskritist and philologist Max Muller (1823-1900) was a pioneer in the field of comparative mythology and religion. The content of this book was originally presented as part of a lecture series delivered at the University of Glasgow in 1893, where Muller was serving as the Gifford Lecturer. Muller's aim in presenting these lectures was to show that the only way of properly…

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