Just learnt that Joseph Ross has released Vol 6 of Krotona Series. Deals with years after 1931. Yet to see the book. Just ordered it from Amazon. Also a Kindle edition is available. Will look forward to a pdf file. Which is the most efficient and effective way to distribute material around the world in today's Internet World. This is especially true when those interested in the history of TS and JK are miniscule and spread around the world. Yet to see any reviews by editors and authors. Let…Continue
Added by M K Ramadoss on May 9, 2012 at 8:37am — No Comments
The new website www.krotonaarchives.com setup by Joseph Ross is a welcome addition to theosophical history.
Since Ross has a lot of very valuable historical documents and possibly artifacts of interest, it would be of great interest and value to everyone interested in theosophy, Krishnamurti and Krotona if these material are scanned and provided on the website.
Today, good fast scanners are not expensive and the…Continue
Added by M K Ramadoss on July 7, 2011 at 12:50pm — No Comments
The author, Joseph Ross has just joined our community and we all should welcome him. He is the well known author of several books on Krotona, Theosophy, Krishnamurti etc.
I am looking forward to reading the recent book on Krotona, Theosophy and Krishnamurti.
Specifically I am looking forward to its availability in a non-proprietary format such as pdf, so that it can be read on any computer device without the need to buy devices such as Kindle. This approach…Continue
Added by M K Ramadoss on July 7, 2011 at 10:41am — No Comments
John Ross, who has written several books on the history of Krotona hasContinue
a website at <krotonaarchives.com>.
He has also released Vol V in the Krotona Series titled - Krotona,
Theosophy and Krishnamurti and is listed for $30.00.
The site says the following about the book:
The period of 1927-1931 was a significant time for Theosophy;
through the lens of rare source material, author Joseph Ross takes us back
to Krotona in Ojai, a…
Added by M K Ramadoss on September 22, 2009 at 7:55pm — No Comments