The Theosophist May 1889 to September 1889
1889. A monthly journal devoted to oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism conducted by Blavatsky under the auspices of the Theosophical Society. Some of the topics discussed in these articles include: About the Kabbalah; Social Relations Amongst Brahmans; Ancient Aryan Education; A step towards the Attainment of Perfect Happiness; Universal Brotherhood; Buddhists in Russia; The Cause of Crime; Centers of the Theosophical movement; Change in Foreign Opinion; The Christian Hell; The Killing of Desire; A Dream or What; The Evil Eye; Two Curious Experiences; The Cults of the Far East; Nature's Finer Forces; A Ghost-Story; Gypsies; The Philosophy of Happiness; The Hidden Life; Hiranyagarbha; Indian Jugglery; Is Denunciation a Duty?; Off to Japan; Karma and Reincarnation; L'Aurore; Lucifer; Modern Magic; Some Dark Corners of Modern Science; A Mumukshu's Daily Life; A Natural Theosophist; The Occultism of Southern India; Pranava; A Universal Religion; Sanskrit Phonetics; The Surya Siddhanta; Sound, Speech and the Logos; Spirits of Bhoots; A Study in Symbolism; and The Phantom Virgin. This includes the supplement to the entire year. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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