From the author's archive of rare archival Theosophical documents, he has produced several books on the early history of Theosophy. This is Volume 5 in the Krotona Series. It will be of particular interest to some because its archival documents reveal Theosophical conversations from the period when Krishnamurti broke away from the organization of Theosophy. We also witness first-hand the ongoing founding and building of Krotona and the first Star Camp. We become privy to the internal conversation of the Esoteric School and communications between Annie Besant, Leadbeater, Jinarajadasa, Arundale, Warrington and others as their world is drastically changing with Krishnamurti's dissolving of the Order of the Star and his venture on a pathless truth.
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About the Author
Joseph E. Ross is a scholar of Theosophy. He is also the owner of the Ross Collection, (www.krotonaarchives.com) a unique archive of rare documents, letters, and images pertaining to the early days of Theosophy and its leading figures of the time, including: Annie Besant, C.W. Leadbeater, A.P. Warrington, and J. Krishnamurti.