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Re: theos-talk Judge collected writings in pdf form

Jun 26, 2011 12:29 PM
by John W

Thanks. I have found, on, scanned PDF and DJVU editions of the writings of W Q Judge at the following URLs, each file between about 2 and 6 Mb:

Letters That Have Helped Me - 7th US Edition, 1920:

Echoes From The Orient, 1906 US reprint of 1893 Edition:

The Ocean Of Theosophy, 1915 US reprint of 1893 edition:
A text-only version is at:

An Epitome Of Theosophy, 1922 US edition:

Search results for all his writings on
(Also has links for his editions of  The Yoga Aphorisms of Patanjali and The Bhagavad-Gita & Commentary)
A text-only edition of the former is at

Here is his personal website, with further info and links: which transfers to

Other links for his writings:

I cannot find any link for a PDF or DJVU version of his "Practical Occultism", from his private letters 1882-1891, edited by William L Conger; but an HTML version from the TUP is available at:
(There are several other books with the same title by other authors, particularly Morse and Fortune).

I also cannot find any online edition of his "Occult Tales" or "The Dweller Of The Threshold" or "Conversations On Occultism". However, there is a text-only book in his name, "Vernal Blooms" (1946), which seems to be an edited combination of his "Practical Occultism" and "The Dweller Of The Threshold", at:

Extracts from his "Conversations On Occultism" are at: ; and

Other articles by W Q Judge are on the same site at:
This book on the same site also quotes him:
The same site also has all the issues of Theosophical Movement Magazine, many of which quote him.

His biography:

John W.

--- On Mon, 27/6/11, MKR <> wrote:
From: MKR <>
Subject: theos-talk Judge collected writings in pdf form
To: "theos-talk" <>, "theos-l" <>
Date: Monday, 27, June, 2011, 1:18 AM



      Theosophical University Press has just released the collection of Judge's

writings compiled by Dara Eklund. It is available as print edition as well

as HTML and downloadable PDF file. Electronic formats are free to download.

I think TUP has shown the way how publications can be made available in

electronic form and this is going to reach a very wide world-wide audience

and should be congratulated. I hope other theosophical publishers can learn

from TUP how to put out electronic version inexpensively. Here  is the link:


The only downside to the pdf version is that it needs Acrobat Reader version

7 or later. Normally, making pdf files backward compatible to version 5.0 is




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