From Theosophical University Press
The Dialogues of G. De PuruckerEdited by Arthur L. Conger
In 1929 G. de Purucker gathered together a group of students at the Theosophical Society's headquarters, answering questions which range from practical human problems to the most profound themes of the theosophic philosophy. These volumes comprise the record of those meetings
In the words of the editor, the Dialogues "will be considered in retrospect as the most important publication since The Mahatma Letters, for it will offer the world at large the opportunity to know the true occult doctrine in simple understandable language, and will act as a guide through the maze of pseudo-occult and theosophical plagiarisms which have led astray the unwary."
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