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"To Light a Thousand Lamps: A Theosophic Vision" by Grace F. Knoche

Jan 29, 2003 08:48 AM
by D. H. Caldwell " <>

Some readers may be interested in the following book:

To Light a Thousand Lamps: A Theosophic Vision
by Grace F. Knoche

In the Foreword to this new title, Grace Knoche writes:

In every age and among every people are born those to whom matters of 
the mind and spirit are of paramount importance. Almost from birth 
they seem guided by an inner compass to search out the hidden, causal 
springs of human existence and learn how they might effectively help 
ease the burden of human sorrow. Perhaps they are revivifying a quest 
anciently begun in former lives. Certainly there is a mystic 
knowledge that speaks to the soul, a boon granted those who qualify 
by lives of dedication to truth and to humanity's need. Known by many 
names in different eras, this god-wisdom has been handed down through 
the millennia as a sacred trust by generations of sages who through 
initiatory experience have verified the facts of Being. Pivotal in 
the current awakening was Helena Petrovna Blavatsky who inspired all 
who were receptive to "sow the beautiful seed" of theosophic wisdom 
far and wide for succeeding generations.

At the onset of a new century and a new millennium, this study is 
offered in profound gratitude to HPB and what her sacrifice and 
magnificent philosophy have meant to the world and to the writer. 

"To Light a Thousand Lamps" is a thoughtful introduction to 
Theosophy. Give copies to your acquaintances and friends who ask you 
about Theosophical subjects and donate a copy to your local library.

For ordering information, etc., see:

The full text is online at:

Daniel H. Caldwell

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"...Contrast alone can enable us to appreciate things at
their right value; and unless a judge compares notes and
hears both sides he can hardly come to a correct decision."
H.P. Blavatsky. The Theosophist, July, 1881, p. 218.

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