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The following titles are not ordinarily stocked by overseas TUP agencies, but may be ordered direct from TUP Pasadena. No "hurt" copies available.
Theosophical Classics CD-Rom Edited by Vic Hao-chin. Electronic book containing Isis, Secret Doctrine, Key, Voice, Transactions, Theosophical Glossary, Collected Writings, Mahatma Letters to Sinnett, Letters from Masters of Wisdom, Light on the Path, and Esoteric Buddhism. Includes viewer and fast search engine. Windows CD-Rom $24.95.
H. P. Blavatsky: Collected Writings compiled by Boris de Zirkoff. Contains virtually all known articles and notes, chronologically arranged with biographical data on many persons cited. Indexed, avg 600 pages, 14 volumes, cloth, each $29.95; Cumulative Index, vol. 15, cloth $29.95
The Letters of H. P. Blavatsky: Volume 1, 1861-1879 Edited by John Algeo. Part of the Collected Writings series, this volume contains all known personal correspondence of HPB for the period. Most letters are introduced with relevant historical information. Indexed, 643 pages, hardcover $29.95
From the Caves and Jungles of Hindostan by H. P. Blavatsky. Colorful narratives of travels and personal experiences in India written for Russian newspapers. 725 pages, paper $27.95
Theosophical Glossary by H. P. Blavatsky et al., edited by G. R. S. Mead. Posthumously published (1892), this work defines and/or comments on approximately 3,000 terms, persons, and places mentioned in HPB's writings. 396 pages, cloth $17.00
Blavatsky Reference Books compiled and annotated by H. J. Spierenburg. Each volume collates HPB's statements and perspecitives on a specific theme from her books, articles, and esoteric teachings; includes bibliography and index.
Rebirth of the Occult Tradition: How The Secret Doctrine of H. P. Blavatsky Was Written by Boris de Zirkoff. Well researched; discusses also the mystery of the unpublished Volumes III and IV mentioned by HPB. 78 pages, paper $9.95
Reader's Guide to the Mahatma Letters to A. P. Sinnett Compiled and edited by George E. Linton and Virginia Hanson. Contains a chronology of the letters, each with a description of its physical appearance, the historical circumstances, and explanations of many terms and phrases. 9 appendices, 450 pages, paper $11.50
Esoteric Buddhism by A. P. Sinnett. Based on teachings of the Mahatmas; one of the first presentations of modern theosophic philosophy. 240 pages, paper $12.00
The Theosophist edited by H. P. Blavatsky. A photographic facsimile of the first magazine issued by The Theosophical Society. Vol. 1 (1879-1880). 322 pages, paper $14.00 (Text of Volume 1 is Online)
The Dawning of The Theosophical Movement by Michael Gomes. A study in theosophic history covering the key events which gave birth to The Theosophical Society, from H. P. Blavatsky's meeting with H. S. Olcott in 1874 to their departure for India in 1878. 264 pages, paper $8.95
The Esoteric World of Madame Blavatsky collected by Daniel H. Caldwell. Revised and expanded edition (2001). The story of HPB in the words of more than sixty contemporaries who knew her. Includes biographical sketches, 44 illustrations, references, index. 464 pages, cloth $28.95
Reminiscences of H. P. Blavatsky and The Secret Doctrine by Countess Constance Wachtmeister, et al. An intimate personal account of HPB while writing the The Secret Doctrine in Europe (1885-1887). 160 pages, paper $8.50
Damodar and the Pioneers of the Theosophical Movement compiled by Sven Eek. Biography of one of the best-know Indian chelas, enhanced by "A Hindu Chela's Diary," private letters, articles, plus biographical sketches of early theosophists. 736 pages, cloth $19.95
Wading into the Ocean: A Companion to "The Ocean of Theosophy" by Ann Forsyth Danno. Consists of references quoted from numerous sources to clarily and enlarge the ideas presented by Judge. Features answers to commonly asked questions and a Sanskrit glossary. 220 pages, paper $12.95
Messages to Conventions and Other Writings by G. de Purucker. Addresses, editorials, and extracts from letters on the policies, work, and purposes of the Theosophical Society. Of historical and contemporary value. 259 pages, paper $10.00 (Full-text online edition)
Does Chance Or Justice Rule Our Lives? by Nils Amneus. Written the author of Life's Riddle, this booklet discusses fundamental questions about life's meaning and the problem of injustice. 103 pages, paper $6.50 (Full-text online edition)
Continuum: The Immortality Principle by Kay Croissant and Catherine Dees. Based on the original exhibit at the California Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles. 124 pages, paper $8.25