The February 2002 THEOSOPHY WORLD, and various lists and magazines
Feb 02, 2002 10:21 AM
by Theosophy World Editor
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The February 2002 issue of THEOSOPHY WORLD is out.
This is the 68th issue of the online theosophical
monthly. See its page on yahoogroups.com to read the
issue and/or subscribe to it.
The monthly and its associated mailing list's
archives are also online in html format, through
February 1999. To view these pages, see:
The current issue contains:
"God is Law," by B.P. Wadia
"World Trees," by Hazel Minot
"The Voice of Conscience," by A Student
"The Detours," by Victor Endersby
"Ariadne's Thread," Part I, by Hazel S. Minot
"The Absolute and the Infinite," Part I, by G. de Purucker
"In the Beginning," by Hazel Minot
"A Talk by the Euphrates," by George William Russell
"Death and After-Death States, Part II, by Boris de Zirkoff
The January/February 2002 issue of THE HIGH COUNTRY THEOSOPHIST
has been out for a month. The current issue contains:
"The Sutra on Eight Realizations of the Great Beings"
"Atomistic Philosophy of Vaisesika"
"An Outline of the Buddhism of Tibet"
"Willy Schmit Writes From the Hague"
"Discussion on Lineages"
"SECRET DOCTRINE Question and Answer Section"
"Yoga Sutras of Patanjali"
"Abstracts of The High Country Theosophist"
The bimonthly is online in pdf format. To view
The 16th issue of THE AQUARIAN THEOSOPHIST, dated
February 17, 2002, is out. (It goes out at the start
of the month, although it is dated the 17th.)
The issue contains:
"Intellect and Ethics"
"The Origin of Evil"
"A Pilgrim's Odyssey"
"Ideas Rule the World"
"Unity and Application"
"Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"
"The Coffee Klatch"
"Dnyaneshvarti -- XV"
"The Global Village"
"Point out the Way -- XV"
"The Inductive Power of a Good Example"
"Terrorism and Religion"
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a sample issue, or get a free subscription, write:
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