Jun 25, 1996 03:10 PM
>For: email@example.com (Martin_Euser)
e> Max Heindel. An important figure in one of the Rosicrucean Fellowships.
k>When he wrote most of his books?
In the first half of this century I think. You can find a lot
of information from him on the webpage (see below)
k> It's interesting, because his
conception closely meets theosophical, but rather Leadbeater or
Bailey than early theosophy.
I think he borrowed freely from theosophical sources.
e> There's even a webpage with many of his writings..
Do you know an address?
Konstantin: I cannot find the URL on my pc. It's easy to find, though,
through the Altavista search-engine. Point your browser (or your friend's
search for Heindel in a world wide web search.
If, for some reason, it's not possible for you to do so, then let me know
(then I'll look it up for you).
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