"Studying old Theosophical writings can sometimes be like going down a rabbit hole which is so extensive, recondite, and convoluted that one may gradually become convinced that one will never have what it takes to actually become a rabbit capable of digging even an inch farther for oneself."—General Theosophy

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Comment by John on June 3, 2017 at 4:43pm

Digging out crumpled and dusty pages in wastebaskets and corners (left by the Age of Reason etc.) is one way to define Esoteric literature and ideas.

It may be wise to rip out the 'E' pages as well.

Burn them ?

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