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The Secret Doctrine
     

The Secret Doctrine

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by Helena P. Blavatsky
 

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First published in 1888, The Secret Doctrine is still recognized as an authentic sourcebook in the spiritual teachings of Theosophy. From her wide studies and travels, Madame Blavatsky wrote an in-depth study of Divine Wisdom, drawing on science, religion, and philosophy. Beginning with the birth and structure of universe and our own Earth, The Secret Doctrine probes

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First published in 1888, The Secret Doctrine is still recognized as an authentic sourcebook in the spiritual teachings of Theosophy. From her wide studies and travels, Madame Blavatsky wrote an in-depth study of Divine Wisdom, drawing on science, religion, and philosophy. Beginning with the birth and structure of universe and our own Earth, The Secret Doctrine probes the dual evolution of spirit and matter and the nature of the human being with testimony drawn from sacred scripture, traditions, and legends of ancient and modern times.

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ISBN-13:
9780835671767
Publisher:
Theosophical Publishing House
Publication date:
01/28/1980

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The Secret Doctrine 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book gives an individual a guide to the spiritual nature of our being. By showing us our true essence, The Secret Doctrine allows us a glimpse of what we can be if we are only realize that we are all one. That we all would be better people if we respected other people's beliefs systems even though they are diferent then ours. Understanding that there is one GOD no mattter if you are a Christian, a Jew, or a Buddist.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There is no religion higher then truth is the writers basic principle. The book explains about the common and conceiled wisdom in al religions and faith. After more then 110 years still a classic must read, both classic as modern....
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Yeshe More than 1 year ago
this book is very interesting; I think the most interesting philosophical work ever. Would give a reader a lot to think about. I highly recommend it for serious thinkers.