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|Introductions to Theosophy
30 Recommended Books
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Highly recommended are the books by Madame Blavatsky and also #19 by Knoche, #13 by Farthing, #21 by McDavid and #26 by Sinnett.
1 Abdill, Edward. The Secret
Gateway: Modern Theosophy and the Ancient Wisdom Tradition.
Hejka-Ekins, April, Hejka-Ekins, Jerry and Forray, Brett. The Perennial Wisdom Fundamental Teachings of H.P.
Blavatsky: A Study Guide.
17 Humphreys, Christmas. The Field of Theosophy: The Teacher, the Teaching and the Way. 1966.
18 Judge, William Q. The
19 Knoche, Grace F. To Light a Thousand Lamps: A Theosophic Vision.
20 Kuhn, Alvin Boyd. Theosophy: A Modern Revival of Ancient Wisdom. 1930.
21 McDavid, William Doss. An Introduction to Esoteric Principles: A Study Guide. 3rd Edition.
22 Mojzesz, Nick. Lessons in Theosophy (A Besant/Leadbeater Perspective).
23 Nicholson, Shirley J. Ancient WisdomModern Insight.
24 Pratt, H. Burford, compiler. Fragments from the Teachings of H.P. Blavatsky. 1927.
25 Ryan, Charles J. What Is Theosophy?: A General View for Inquirers.
26 Sinnett, A. P. Esoteric Buddhism. 1883.
27 Thomas, Margaret, compiler. Theosophy Versus Neo-Theosophy: Blavatsky's Teachings Compared to Those of Besant & Leadbeater. 1995.
28 Warcup, Adam. Cyclic Evolution: A Theosophical View. 1986.
29 Winner, Anna Kennedy. The Basic Ideas of Occult Wisdom. 1970.
30 Wright, Claude Falls. An Outline of the Principles of Modern Theosophy.