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Who is the writer?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nicholas Weeks Dec 30, 2010. 2 Replies

Hi, first of all, thanks for the work with The Theosophist and Lucifer, thanks to all involved in it. It is very useful.Second: does somebody knows who is the writer of the articleTHE FUNCTION OF…Continue


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Jerry Hejka-Ekins replied to Leila Becquer's discussion HPB's Diagram of Meditation
"I think we are thinking about this in much the same way.  After HPB died personal memoirs, stories, unpublished items by and about HPB all came out pretty quickly. It was only when the TS was beginning to flounder that Sturdy suddenly produced…"
Jan 6, 2011
Joe Fulton replied to Leila Becquer's discussion HPB's Diagram of Meditation
"Please note: The portion of the discussion from the "Documents Want List" have been moved over here as a graphic.  The Ning platform does not allow individual threads within a discussion to be reclassified.  Entire discussions,…"
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Dec 31, 2010
Leila Becquer replied to Leila Becquer's discussion Who is the writer?
"Thanks Marc, the article is found in Lucifer, but I've found the index in the same site. I haven't noted that a "I." was at the end of the article. There are others articles signed by "I." and the matter exposed in…"
Dec 30, 2010

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