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The Ocean of Theosophy

William Q. Judge (Author)

Theosophy is that ocean of knowledge which leads to wisdom about God. It is a religion with a scientific foundation. Embracing both the scientific and the religious advancement, Theosophy is a scientific religion and a religious science. It is not a belief or dogma formulated or invented by man, but it is a knowledge of the laws which govern the evolution of physical, astral, psychical and intellectual constituents of nature and of man. The teaching of Theosophy deals for the present chiefly with our earth, although its purview extends to all the worlds, since no part of the manifested universe is outside the single body of laws which operate upon us. The book contains seventeen chapters describing different major aspects of Theosophy with the aim to give clear and intelligible view to the average reader. It includes: Theosophy and the masters; General principles; the Earth chain; Septenary constitution of man; Body and Astral Body; Kama-desire; Manas; Reincarnation and its supporting arguments; Karma; Kama Loka; Devachan-a state of Atma-Buddhi-Manas; Cycles-reappearance of former living personages; Differentiation of species-missing links; Psychic laws, forces, and phenomena; and Psychic phenomena; and spiritualism.

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About the author

William Q. Judge

William Q. Judge, a renowned Theosophist of his time, had profound knowledge and deep insight into the study of Theosophy. He was the writer of highly acclaimed ideas that transmit perfectly the wisdom of Theosophy to the lay readers.

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Title The Ocean of Theosophy
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Publisher New Age Books
Language: English
isbn 8178220598, 9788178220598
length xiii+195p., Index