Checkout the new WWW homepage on Madame Blavatsky
Nov 08, 1996 08:40 AM
by Blavatsky Foundation
Students of Theosophy, please check out the new WWW homepage
on Madame Blavatsky. It's URL address is:
[See important announcement at end of this posting.]
THE BLAVATSKY FOUNDATION
P.O. Box 1844
Tucson, Arizona 85702, USA
A non-profit Information Center
dedicated to the dissemination of information on
the life, writings and teachings of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky.
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-1891), Russian-born Occultist
and co-founder of The Theosophical Society, demonstrated
psychic powers of a startling nature and claimed personal contact
with highly developed Masters living in Tibet and India. A
well-versed student of metaphysical and esoteric lore,
she promoted a greater Western knowledge of Eastern religions,
philosophies and mythologies. Madame Blavatsky's major works
(Isis Unveiled, The Secret Doctrine, The Key to
Theosophy, and The Voice of the Silence) are
considered classics in occult and Theosophical literature.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
>From Long Sealed Ancient Fountains: An Introduction to Theosophy
Some Quotations from H.P.B. and Her Masters
Electronic Versions of H.P. Blavatsky's Writings
A Core Library of Suggested Reading
Need More Information?
Theosophical Links [This section incomplete and still under construction.]
If you have written or have a desire to write something on Madame Blavatsky,
her life, writings or teachings and want to share it with the WWW audience,
The Blavatsky Foundation is planning to have a new section on its home
page devoted to such writings by present day students. Here is your
chance to SHARE your insights and discoveries with other students and inquirers.
In time, we hope that this section will grow into a minilibrary of information
on Blavatsky and her Theosophical teachings. Please contact us at
email@example.com about your article or essay and we will arrange for
it to be posted in the near future.
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