Category:Theosophical concepts

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These are concepts frequently used in Theosophical literature.

Additional resources

  • H. P. Blavatsky. The Theosophical Glossary. Available from the Blavatsky Study Center.
  • Daniel Caldwell. Theosophical Terms. Definitions were compiled from three books by Geoffrey A. Farthing: Deity, Cosmos and Man, When We Die, and After-Death Consciousness and Processes, and he, in turn, extracted them from works by H. P. Blavatsky. Available at Blavatsky Archives.
  • Hoult, Powis. A Dictionary of Some Theosophical Terms. London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1911. A review of it was published in The Theosophic Messenger 12:4 (January, 1911), 247, and is available at Google Books.
  • Gottfried de Purucker. Occult Glossary. Available from Theosophical University Press Online Edition.

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