Theosophist Magazine April 1910 June 1910

This Is A New Release Of The Original 1910 Edition.

Theosophist Magazine April 1910 June 1910

This Is A New Release Of The Original 1910 Edition.

The Theosophical Quarterly

The following extract from a recent correspondent is typical : " Yesterday I came across the THEOSOPHICAL ... 273.89 Contributions 847.01 Theosophical Quarterly ( four Theosophical Quarterly ..... numbers , July , 1910 , to April ...

The Theosophical Quarterly


The Theosophist

73 THE THEOSOPHIST MAY A few days later , he fell asleep in a painless India's case which was widely used in the liette L'I Besant ... In 1910 she left for London business footing . ... LUCIA MCBRIDE ( Continued from April issue ) LET us.

The Theosophist


The Last Four Lives of Annie Besant

534–5 ; Adyar Bulletin , November 1912 and November 1922 ; Theosophy in Australasia , February - December 1910 , July ... 5 March - 9 April 1913 , passim ; Messenger , July 1913 , August 1925 ; C.H.C. Magazine , April - December 1910 ...

The Last Four Lives of Annie Besant


The Routledge History of Food

Journal of Zoophily 15 (January 1906), 10; Mary F. Lovell, “The Union Stock-yards of Chicago,” Journal ofZoophily 16 (January 1907), 6–7; “Meat Not Essential,” National Humane Journal 40 (July 1910), 109; AHA, Annual Report 1911, 35; ...

The Routledge History of Food

The history of food is one of the fastest growing areas of historical investigation, incorporating methods and theories from cultural, social, and women’s history while forging a unique perspective on the past. The Routledge History of Food takes a global approach to this topic, focusing on the period from 1500 to the present day. Arranged chronologically, this title contains 17 originally commissioned chapters by experts in food history or related topics. Each chapter focuses on a particular theme, idea or issue in the history of food. The case studies discussed in these essays illuminate the more general trends of the period, providing the reader with insight into the large-scale and dramatic changes in food history through an understanding of how these developments sprang from a specific geographic and historical context. Examining the history of economic, technological, and cultural interactions between cultures and charting the corresponding developments in food history, The Routledge History of Food challenges readers' assumptions about what and how people have eaten, bringing fresh perspectives to well-known historical developments. It is the perfect guide for all students of social and cultural history.

Claude Bragdon the Beautiful Necessity

Theosophical Society Monthly Letter ( July 1911 ) . ... Rochester Post - Express ( November 22 , 1909 ) . " A stucco house . ... “ Theosophy . ” [ Letter to the Editor ] . Rochester Herald Journal ( May 28 , 1910 ) .

Claude Bragdon   the Beautiful Necessity

Claude Bragdon (1866-1946) was a first-generation modernist architect, as well as an illustrator, critic, theorist and theater designer. He practiced architecture in Rochester, New York throughout the Progressive Era. Although his masterpiece, the New York Central Railroad Station, was demolished in the 1960s-70s, the First Universalist Church, the Bevier Memorial Building, the Peterborough Bridge near Toronto, and nearly 100 residences remain today. A prolific writer, Bragdon published more than twenty books and hundreds of articles. He was nationally known for his graphic art, his writing on the fourth dimension, his Song & Light Festivals of 1915-1918, and his role in theater's New Stagecraft. He had technical and artistic expertise in many disciplines, making it difficult to categorize his work into a specific stylistic trend. His work as an early modernist is important both in its own right and as a key to other 20th century architects' work.

Theosophical Quarterly

7 ; January , 1905 No. 24 ; April , 1909 No. 8 ; April , 1905 No. 25 ; July , 1909 No. 9 ; July , 1905 No. 27 ; January , 1910 No. 10 ; October , 1905 No. 38 ; October , 1912 No. 11 ; January , 1906 No. 46 ; October , 1914 Those who can ...

Theosophical Quarterly


Books Added

V. Librarian ; the independent professional journal for the professional man . v.1 . August , 1910 - July , 1915 . Contains lists of best books , book reviews , and forthcoming books . Published in England . Library journal . v.1 ...

Books Added


The Dawn a Monthly Magazine March 1897 February 1898

Swadeshi in the Madras Presidency : An Account of Recent Developments ( Nov. , Dec. , 1909 ; April , 1910 ) . 98. Methods of Modern Industrialism ... Improvement of Bengal Cattle and Milch Cows - By Jyotish C. Das ( June , 1910 ) . 103.

The Dawn  a Monthly Magazine  March 1897 February 1898

The Dawn A Monthly Monthly Magazine, Edited And Run By Satis Chandra Mukherjee For Sixteen Years From 1897 To 1913, Holds A Unique Place In The History Of Modern India.

Divine Feminine

41 To support his claim, Leadbeater began the clairvoyant investigations that gave Krishnamurti his long spiritual pedigree: “Rents in the Veil of Time,” published in The Theosophist beginning in April 1910, provided detailed accounts ...

Divine Feminine

Many of the assumptions about class, race, and gender which marked the emergence of esoteric religions at the end of the nineteenth century continue to shape alternative spiritualities today.

The American Theosophist

In checking up back numbers of Apr. , May , July , Sept. , Nov .; 1910 , Oct .; these magazines , the sets were found to be 1911 , April . irregular , there being extra copies in some Lucifer : 1889 , Jan , Feb. , Mar. , Apr. , sets ...

The American Theosophist


The Subtle Body

International Journal of the Tantric Order, “Legacy of an Initiate,” 49, HSRC. Undated statement, HSRC; Love interview, June 29, 2005. Bernard letter to Tantrik Order, HSRC, quoted in Love, Great Oom. Evening Herald News, May 3, 1910; ...

The Subtle Body

In The Subtle Body, Stefanie Syman tells the surprising story of yoga's transformation from a centuries-old spiritual discipline to a multibillion-dollar American industry. Yoga's history in America is longer and richer than even its most devoted practitioners realize. It was present in Emerson's New England, and by the turn of the twentieth century it was fashionable among the leisure class. And yet when Americans first learned about yoga, what they learned was that it was a dangerous, alien practice that would corrupt body and soul. A century later, you can find yoga in gyms, malls, and even hospitals, and the arrival of a yoga studio in a neighborhood is a signal of cosmopolitanism. How did it happen? It did so, Stefanie Syman explains, through a succession of charismatic yoga teachers, who risked charges of charlatanism as they promoted yoga in America, and through generations of yoga students, who were deemed unbalanced or even insane for their efforts. The Subtle Body tells the stories of these people, including Henry David Thoreau, Pierre A. Bernard, Margaret Woodrow Wilson, Christopher Isherwood, Sally Kempton, and Indra Devi. From New England, the book moves to New York City and its new suburbs between the wars, to colonial India, to postwar Los Angeles, to Haight-Ashbury in its heyday, and back to New York City post-9/11. In vivid chapters, it takes in celebrities from Gloria Swanson and George Harrison to Christy Turlington and Madonna. And it offers a fresh view of American society, showing how a seemingly arcane and foreign practice is as deeply rooted here as baseball or ballet. This epic account of yoga's rise is absorbing and often inspiring—a major contribution to our understanding of our society.

Quarterly Bulletin of the Public Library Hartford Conn

June , 1912 . 174 F 829 Ho McKenna , L. English - Irish phrase dictionary . Groves , W. H. Rational memory Phelps , E. VI ... 133 T 883 L British journal of photography , v . 57 , 1910 . Cassier's magazine , v . 41 , Jan. - June 1912 .

Quarterly Bulletin of the Public Library  Hartford  Conn


Lina and Serge

The dates of LP's travels to and from the United States and her addresses between 1907 and 1910 come from the Bureau of ... 1893; September 27, 1895;January 22 and November 10, 1909; May 31 and August 27, 1911; October 4., 1912;June 25, ...

Lina and Serge

Chronicles the life of Lina Prokofiev, who followed her composer husband to Stalinist Russia, only to be left for another woman and incarcerated for eight years.

Catalogue of the Asiatic Library of Dr G E Morrison Now a Part of the Oriental Library Tokyo Japan English books

Catalogue of the Asiatic Library of Dr  G  E  Morrison  Now a Part of the Oriental Library  Tokyo  Japan  English books

"The Morrison Library is the crystallization of many years' efforts attributed to the late Dr. G. E. Morrison, adviser to the President of China ... who collected almost all available books and records with particular reference to China and its adjacent of all books countries up to September, 1917" -- Compiler's notes.

The Bulletin of the Hartford Public Library

57 , 1910 . Cassier's magazine , v . 41 , Jan. - June 1912 . 200-299 . Theology . Chautauquan , March - May 1912 . Bowman , R. H. Your credit ; a reasoning on ... 47 , April - June Eucken , R. C. Back to religion..201 Eu 22 B 1912 .

The Bulletin of the Hartford Public Library


The Theosophic Messenger

A Monthly Magazine for the Interchange of Theosophical Opinions and News ... In checking up back numbers of Apr. , May , July , Sept. , Nov .; 1910 , Oct .; these magazines , the sets were found to be 1911 , April . irregular , there ...

The Theosophic Messenger