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    Title: Bhagavad-Gita Combined with Essays on the Gita
    By (author): William Quan Judge
    ISBN10-13: 0911500286 : 9780911500288
    Offering a summary of ancient Indian philosophy, The Gita places particular emphasis on the Supreme Spirit as both immanent and transcendent. In this translation and interpretation, the author bridges this ancient thought with a modern occidental approach.
    Pages: 220  Size: 140x215mm 
    PublishedTheosophical University Press (US) - January   1978
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Theosophy & Anthroposophy
    List Price: 13.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 1 of: 84
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    Title: Bhagavad-Gita Combined with Essays on the Gita
    By (author): William Quan Judge
    ISBN10-13: 0911500278 : 9780911500271
    Offering a summary of ancient Indian philosophy, The Gita places particular emphasis on the Supreme Spirit as both immanent and transcendent. In this translation and interpretation, the author bridges this ancient thought with a modern occidental approach.
    Pages: 220  Size: 140x215mm 
    PublishedTheosophical University Press (US) - January   1978
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Theosophy & Anthroposophy
    List Price: 20.00 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 2 of: 84
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    Title: Children's Booklist
    Compiled by: Children's Committee of the Theosophical Society
    ISBN10-13: 1557001766 : 9781557001764
    Over 750 classic and current books reflecting many cultures and traditions, selected in response to requests for an annotated listing of quality children's literature. Chosen for artistic and literary merit and their contribution to the child's inner growth, these books address universal themes, stimulate the imagination, share great sentiments, and build respect for all living things. Includes picture books, fiction, myths and tales, world religions, poetry, science and nature, and general non-fiction; also resource books for parents.
    Pages: 62  Size: 140x215mm 
    PublishedTheosophical University Press (US) - January   2005
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Theosophy & Anthroposophy
    List Price: 3.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 3 of: 84
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    Title: Colonel Arthur L Conger
    By (author): Alan E Donant
    ISBN10-13: 1557001391 : 9781557001399
    Humanitarian, scholar, musician, and military officer, Conger was Leader of The Theosophical Society from 1945 1951. This biographical essay describes his education, military career, and theosophical activities, where we observe theosophical principles taken beyond the books and into daily life. Originally appearing in Theosophical History magazine, this monograph has been revised and enlarged. Those looking for insight into this period of theosophical history, or who enjoy exploring the life of a remarkable man, will find this well-documented booklet of interest.
    Pages: 32  Size: 155x230mm 
    PublishedTheosophical University Press (US) - January   1999
    Format: Other book
    Subjects: Theosophy & Anthroposophy
    List Price: 3.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 4 of: 84
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    Title: Combined Chronology
    Sub-title: For Use with the Mahatma Letters to A P Sinnett & the Letters of H P Blavatsky to A P Sinnett
    By (author): Margaret Conger
    ISBN10-13: 0911500170 : 9780911500172
    By reading the letters chronologically, the student is better able to follow the flow of events, personalities and teachings that marked the formative years of the TS.
    Table of Contents:
    Combined Chronology; Prreface; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; Chronology; Unplaced Letters; Explanatory Notes; Biographical Sketchesl Bibliography; First Letter of K H to A O Hume; View of the Chohan on the T.S.
    Pages: 61  Size: 140x215mm 
    PublishedTheosophical University Press (US) - January   1973
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Theosophy & Anthroposophy
    List Price: 4.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 5 of: 84
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    Title: Dhammapada
    Sub-title: Wisdom of the Buddha
    By (author): Harischandra Kaviratna
    ISBN10-13: 0911500405 : 9780911500400
    The Dhammapada, long perpetuated through oral tradition, is a synthesis of the Buddha s ethical teachings. This English translation by noted Sinhalese pandit Harischandra Kaviratna, with the original Pali text (in roman script) on facing pages, was produced after comparison with Sanskrit, Burmese, and Chinese versions. A glossary of Pali philosophical terms with Sanskrit equivalents and English definitions is included. In a valuable introduction, Dr Kaviratna discusses the history of the Dhammapada and its place in the Buddhist canon together with its relation to the Vedas and Brahmanical literature.
    Pages: 177  Size: 135x200mm 
    PublishedTheosophical University Press (US) - January   1980
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Theosophy & Anthroposophy
    List Price: 13.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 6 of: 84
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    Title: Dhammapada
    Sub-title: Wisdom of the Buddha
    By (author): Harischandra Kaviratna
    ISBN10-13: 0911500391 : 9780911500394
    The Dhammapada, long perpetuated through oral tradition, is a synthesis of the Buddha s ethical teachings. This English translation by noted Sinhalese pandit Harischandra Kaviratna, with the original Pali text (in roman script) on facing pages, was produced after comparison with Sanskrit, Burmese, and Chinese versions. A glossary of Pali philosophical terms with Sanskrit equivalents and English definitions is included. In a valuable introduction, Dr Kaviratna discusses the history of the Dhammapada and its place in the Buddhist canon together with its relation to the Vedas and Brahmanical literature.
    Pages: 177  Size: 135x200mm 
    PublishedTheosophical University Press (US) - January   1980
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Theosophy & Anthroposophy
    List Price: 20.00 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 7 of: 84
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    Title: Echoes of the Orient
    Sub-title: Volume IV -- Cumulative Index: 2nd Revised & Expanded Edition
    Edition Statement: 2nd Revised & Expanded Edition
    By (author): William Quan Judge
    ISBN10-13: 1557001944 : 9781557001948
    Cumulative Index to Volumes I-III of "Echoes of the Orient: The Writings of William Quan Judge".
    Pages: 148  Size: 155x230mm 
    PublishedTheosophical University Press (US) - June   2011
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Theosophy & Anthroposophy
    List Price: 11.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 8 of: 84
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    Title: Echoes of the Orient
    Sub-title: Volume 1 - The Writings of William Quan Judge
    By (author): William Quan Judge
    ISBN10-13: 1557001952 : 9781557001955
    Echoes are heard in every age of a timeless path that leads to divine wisdom and to knowledge of our purpose in the universal design. Today's resurgent awareness of our physical and spiritual interdependence affirms those pioneering keynotes set forth in the writings of H P Blavatsky. Her task was to re-present the broad panorama of the "anciently universal Wisdom-Religion" to show its underlying expression in the world's myths, legends, and spiritual traditions, and to show its scientific basis with the overarching goal of furthering the cause of universal brotherhood. Some people, however, have found her books difficult and ask for something simpler. The writings of William Q Judge, one of the Theosophical Society's co-founders and a close personal colleague of HPB, help fill this need. His Ocean of Theosophy and Letters That Have Helped Me remain classics in the literature, describing in clear language the fundamental ideas of the wisdom-tradition and its path of spiritual quest. Yet the greater part of Judge's literary output was for decades accessible only to those fortunate enough to have copies of the magazine he started and edited. In character with the themes it dealt with, he named it The Path. This first volume of Echoes of the Orient comprises about 170 articles from The Path magazine, chronologically arranged and supplemented by his popular "Occult Tales". Also included are a well-documented 50-page biography, numerous illustrations, photographs, and facsimiles, as well as a bibliography and index. Volumes II and III, comprising Judge's "Hidden Hints in the Secret Doctrine" lectures at the World's Parliament of Religions, articles and replies to questions in other magazines, tracts, pamphlets, and his "Suggestions and Aids" to fellow travellers on the Path, will follow in due course.
    Pages: 630  Size: 155x230mm  Illustrations: b/w photos 
    PublishedTheosophical University Press (US) - January   2008
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Theosophy & Anthroposophy
    List Price: 33.99 Pounds Sterling
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    Title: 9 of: 84
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    Title: Echoes of the Orient
    Sub-title: Volume 2 - The Writings of William Quan Judge
    By (author): William Quan Judge
    ISBN10-13: 1557001960 : 9781557001962
    In this second volume readers will find a wealth of theosophical teachings, history, and guidance. Nearly half the book comprises articles from several magazines, as well as Judge's presentations at the 1893 World's Parliament of Religions in Chicago, where he chaired the Theosophical Congress. The remaining sections include Hidden Hints in The Secret Doctrine; Questions from The Vahan, The Theosophical Forum, and The Path; Abridgement of Discussions; and Faces of Friends. What is striking about Judge's writing is his exceptional ability to condense a powerful line of thinking into simple language. If we may characterise the contents of Volume I as coming from the plane of "pure buddhi" or intuition as H P Blavatsky once remarked of Judge's Path magazine much of the material in this second volume, while covering a broad philosophic territory, brings the reader more closely in touch with the secular and practical side of Theosophy. Here we learn more about how people responded to the reintroduction and challenge of theosophic wisdom in modern times. The effects were both elevating and unsettling, and one of Judge's primary efforts was to try to help as many as possible establish surer footing on this newly rising continent of spiritual-scientific thought. One result of H P Blavatsky's ground-breaking works was a flood of questions sent to Judge on every conceivable topic: What happens to us after death? Can this be known? Do we have a soul? Can it be lost? What happens to suicides? Is it possible to receive in dreams answers to questions about right conduct? Should psychic powers be developed? Are celibacy and vegetarianism necessary to lead a spiritual life? What evidence is there for the existence of advanced humans or mahatmas? Why don't they make themselves better known? How does one enter the spiritual path and live the life in a practical way? How can one serve mankind? Judge's responses to these and scores of other questions and problems have timely relevance, providing helpful insight into similar issues arising in today's spiritual ferment.
    Pages: 579  Size: 155x230mm  Illustrations: b/w illus 
    PublishedTheosophical University Press (US) - January   2009
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Theosophy & Anthroposophy
    List Price: 33.99 Pounds Sterling
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