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The Point Loma Theosophical Society

Lauren R. Brown

The Point Loma Theosophical Society

a list of publications, 1898-1942

by Lauren R. Brown

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Published by Friends of the UCSD Library, University of California, San Diego, Wizards Bookshelf in La Jolla, Calif, San Diego, CA .
Written in English

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  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Point Loma Theosophical Society -- Catalogs,
    • Theosophy -- Bibliography -- Catalogs,
    • Catalogs, Publishers" -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Lauren R. Brown.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6878.T4 B76 1977, BP510.P633 B76 1977
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[132] p. :
      Number of Pages132
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3865877M
      ISBN 100930730003
      LC Control Number81187499
      OCLC/WorldCa3554950

      Theosophical Society Point Loma. Nonprofit Organization. Krotona Institute of Theosophy. Library. Covington Theosophical Lodge. Community Organization. United Lodge of Theosophists - UK. Organization. Annie Besant -Theosophy. Personal Blog. Theosophical Society. School. Metaphysical Source. Education Website. West Los Angeles Theosophical Study. Transactions of the Blavatsky Lodge In response to the demand for further light on the “Stanzas of Dzyan” which form the basis of The Secret Doctrine (), H.P. Blavatsky answered a variety of questions at weekly meetings of the Blavatsky Lodge of the Theosophical Society in London. He replies illumine many facets of the teachings that are important, but often difficult for students and.

      - Point Loma Notes – C. J. R. - The Woman's International Theosophical League, Pt. Loma – a Member of the League - Illusion and Reality – L. Ross - Venice – G. Knoche - Humanity and Theosophical Education – E. C. Spalding. We even put on our own original entertainment, such as the Aroma of Athens, a drama composed at Point Loma.” Theosophical doctrines, an ancient philosophical mélange which, it is claimed, gave.

      Point Loma's Literary Legacy (3 volumes of articles originally published in the Theosophical Path; reprinted ca. ), by Henry T. Edge, ed. by Iverson L. Harris (page images at HathiTrust) The Universal Mystery-Language and Its Interpretation (revised edition, . 16 Feb - Explore lightofvenus3's board "Theosophical Society", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Theosophical society, Helena blavatsky and Spirituality pins.


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The Point Loma Theosophical Society by Lauren R. Brown Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Theosophical Society Point The Point Loma Theosophical Society book The Society is non-profit organisation, run by volunteers working for the spiritual and mental well-being of humanity. We welcome everyone – young and old – who wants to think independently and is looking for truth and wisdom.

Theosophical Society Point Loma - NL, Den Haag. likes 7 talking about this 1 was here. Hier vind je informatie over alle activiteiten van de Theosophical Society Point Loma. Theosofie 5/5. The Spalding house still sits on the stunning seaside campus of Point Loma Nazarene University, complete with a landmark amethyst dome that was reportedly a tribute to neighbor and Theosophical Society leader Katherine “Purple Mother” Tingley.

Greenwalt reports that Tingley envisioned this as "an ideal community which would serve also as the Society headquarters and a place where the theosophical way of life could be realized." "Point Loma was a community, a settlement, and in its early years, at least, a colony." Point Loma had a beautiful temple and lands, as well as a hotel 5/5(1).

Point Loma in San Diego, U.S., has played an important historical role in the Theosophical Society (Pasadena), in that there has emerged what many writers refer to as the Point Loma Tradition, represented today by Point Loma Publications.

Universal Brotherhood and Theosophical Society. Brief sketch of the history and work of the original Theosophical Society, foundedre-organizednow known as the Universal Brotherhood and Theosophical Society; International Headquarters, Point Loma, California.

24 pages. Universal Brotherhood and Theosophical Society. Except for his effort, inon the anniversary of the birth of H.P.

Blavatsky, to gather the members of the other Theosophical Societies into the “true” Society at Point Loma – a gesture of “fraternization” and “reunion” which could hardly succeed so long as Mrs. Besant at Adyar, and Dr. de Purucker at Point Loma, both claimed.

Lomaland was a Theosophical community located in Point Loma in San Diego, California from to Theosophical Society leader Katherine Tingley founded it in as a school, cultural center, and residential facility for her followers. The American headquarters of the Theosophical Society Pasadena was also situated there.

The facility was important to the growing city of San Diego for. Interviewed for KPBS show San Diego Historic Places: Point Loma Nazarene University about the Point Loma Theosophical Society, aired ; Invited Lecture: “Policing Sex: Moral Panics and the Law in the 20th Century U.S.” San Diego Museum of Art, February 1, For detailed information on the Theosophical Society in San Diego see: Emmett A.

Greenwalt, The Point Loma Community in California A Theosophical Experiment (Los Angeles and Berkeley: University of California Press, ). Ibid., 1. For further information on Theosophical doctrine and the development of the Point Loma Theosophical community see: Emmett A.

Greenwalt California Utopia: Point Loma: – (San Diego: Point Loma Publications, ) and Iverson L. Harris “Reminiscences of Lomaland,” The Journal of San Diego History, XX (Summer, ), pp. An excellent and highly readable book on the. Based not only on Theosophical Society archives but also on interviews with surviving members of the community and their relatives, The Dawn of the New Cycle applies recent scholarship in the social sciences to offer a fresh perspective on the Point Loma experiment and to enhance our understanding of New Religious Movements and by: 2.

Get this from a library. The Point Loma Theosophical Society: a list of publications, [Lauren R Brown]. Katherine Tingley's first book, published inthree years after she moved the International Headquarters of the Theosophical Society to Point Loma, California.

Katherine Tingley said that it was time for the history and teachings of Theosophy to be presented in a new way, adapted to the average mind and the new time. POINT LOMA THEOSOPHICAL COMMUNITY POINT LOMA THEOSOPHICAL COMMUNITY was an organization of American Theosophists that was based at Point Loma, California, from to The site for the Point Loma Theosophical Community was located on the western side of San Diego Bay, on the northern end of a peninsula also used by the U.S.

military. THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The present campus of Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, CA was first established in as the Point Loma Universal Brotherhood and Theosophical Society Homestead – also known as Lomaland – an educational site of. Blavatsky, H. (Helena Petrovna), The voice of the silence: and other chosen fragments from the Book of the Golden Precepts / (Point Loma, Calif.: Aryan Theosophical Press, ) (page images at HathiTrust).

OCLC Number: Notes: "Presented at The th Annual Conference of The American Society of Church History, April, Coral Gables, FL.". Feb. 16th the OBHS will have a program on this fabulous Point Loma book.

From Ballast Point and La Playa, where the first Europeans stepped ashore on California, to the Theosophical Community Lomaland, on the crest of the Point, Point Loma explores the community’s unique neighborhoods, people, businesses, public institutions, and military bases.

As Ashcraft's concern is the story of the Point Loma community, he focuses on the work of W. Judge, who, as the book states, led the American lodges to declare their independence (from Adyar, the world headquarters in India established by Olcott and Blavatsky) in forming the Theosophical Society in America.

This stance on the part of the British Arundale, comparable to the “Bhagavad-Gita”position on war and peace taken by Annie Besant during World War I, may be compared to the more pacifist tone of the other two American-based groups, the Point Loma Theosophical Society and the United Lodge of Theosophists.

In the Theosophical Society in.The 'Point Loma' School of Theosophic Perennialism follows a qualitative tradition of inner inquiry from a standpoint based on both received wisdom and self knowledge of inner experience. Within the recent Theosophic cycle, from the late 's until now, the 'Point Loma' view represents the method and wisdom aspects of the 'middle way.Point Loma Nazarene University (PLNU) is a private Christian liberal arts college with its main campus on the Point Loma oceanfront in San Diego, was founded in as a Bible college by the Church of the ation: Nazarene.