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Transactions of the Third Annual Congress of the Federation of European Sections of the Theosophical Society held in Paris July 3rd, 4th, and 5th, 1906
Published for the Council of the Federation, London 1907 - Previous owner's inscription dated 1910. Heraldic engraved bookplate of Hardwicke Knight on front endpaper. Some rubbing to joints, and slight fraying to cloth at ends of spine. Small bumps to corners of boards. Pencil marginalia and underlining to the Presidential Address and the following article.; xi, [1], 378, [1] pages + 1 plate leaf with plates numbered "1" and "2" + 2 plates in pocket at rear, numbered "3" and "4". Green cloth boards with gilt symbols on spine and front board. Page dimensions: 243 x 161mm. Various contributors. An interesting collection of studies, some in English, some in French. Selected contents: "Presidential Address" by H. S. Olcott; "The Religion of the Mind" by G. R. S. Mead; "A New Religion" by E. Severs; "An Aspect of Islam" by Ed. E. Long; "Some Folklore Gleanings" by George M. Doe; "The Religion of our Forefathers - II. The Slavonic Races" by A. von Ulrich; "Some Notes on the Voyage of Bran" by M. U. Green; "Theosophy in Germany A Hundred Years Ago" by Dr. R. Steiner; "Mukti" by P. T. Srinivasa Iyengur; "Açvaghosha's 'Awakening of Faith'" by G. Herbert Whyte; "Diagrams and Symbols" by A. W.; "The Agreement of Eastern with Western Astronomy" by Dr. M. Roso de Luna; "Rhythmic Energies" by F. Bligh-Bond; "Invocation aux Dieux Planétaires" by Ed. Bailly; "L'étude systématique de la Cabbale par des Théosophes" by Ré. Levie; "Theosophical Work in India" by P. C. Tarapore; "Une Revue Spritualiste Universelle" by Th. Darel. "There are other aspersions cast on the character of Islamn by the 'whited sepulchres' of Christianity. Its fatalism is referred to, its belief in a material heaven and hell and a sensual paradise. What of these? True, exoteric Islam has them for the lowest of its flock, as we Christians have our plenary absolution, predestination, vicarious atonement, and many other absurdities, believed only by those who are content to allow so-called 'men of God' to do their thinking for them!" - from the essay "An Aspect of Islam" by E. E. Long, page 144. [Seller ref: KnightCol]; 4to [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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