Re: Theos-World Theosophy.
Dec 06, 2001 07:09 AM
by Steve Stubbs
The od thing is, since books are so much cheaper in
the US than in Europe, you could probably buy the
translation for half what the original costs.
--- bri_mue <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Reg. "We assume that THEOSOPHY is that body of
> statements which
> has lately been made available to us as the original
> articles and
> books of Mme. Blavatsky, the Masters of Wisdom and
> of close students
> to H P B, such as W Q Judge."
> Antoine Faivre's "Le courant théosophique (fin
> xvie-xxe siècles):
> essai de périodisation." summarizes all the major
> writers and
> thinkers responsible for the theosophical
> phenomenon: from pre-
> Boehmian theosophers such as Paracelsus, Valentin
> Weigel, Heinrich
> Khunrath; to the central figure of Jacob Boehme; to
> important 17th
> century figures such as Johann Georg Gichtel,
> Aegidius Gutmann,
> Robert Fludd, Jane Leade, and Gottfried Arnold; to
> 18th century
> theosophers, among whom were Friedrich Christoph
> Oetinger, Jacob
> Brucker, Martinés de Pasqually and Louis-Claude de
> Saint-Martin; and
> the important figures of the 19th and 20th
> centuries, including the
> founders of the Theosophical Society.
> See also:
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