“It is interesting to learn how many scientific accomplishments have resulted from laboratory accidents or mistakes in proper procedure; it is also interesting to learn how many others trace their origin to a flash of intuition which, only later, becomes dressed in the scientific garb of verification and explanation.  Therefore, it is very interesting to ponder why even the stumbling and blundering of Theosophical epistemology should ever be considered the antithesis of the scientific method.”—General Theosophy

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