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Posted: Jan 2 2011, 07:46 PM
Member No.: 111
Joined: 17-December 06
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We have posted "The Path" magazine, under the editorship of William Q. Judge, Vol. 1 - 10, from 1886 - 1896 at Theosophy.NET. The Path is an interesting collection of original articles, ideas and most importantly, a tremendous amount of output from Judge, who wrote under a variety of names.
As one of the three founders still actively involved in running the TS at the time of HPB's death, understanding the work or William Q. Judge provides some important insights into the early history of the TS, and most notably, how it looked from the American point of view.
Come, see and Judge for yourself!
Christian von Lähr
I draw from the group of ancient former Theosophist's points of view as much as I would from modern Theosophy and neo-Theosophy.