Articles on G. de Purucker and on his books, and links to his books online and photographs
G. de Purucker was Head of The Theosophical Society with international headquarters currently at Pasadena, California, from 1929 to 1942. Perhaps his greatest contribution to the theosophical movement was his elucidation of concepts underlying H. P. Blavatsky's writings. Purucker's writings are distinguished by a coherent, panoramic presentation of the fundamental ideas of modern theosophy. His approach and use of terminology ease the student's effort to arrive at his or her own evaluation and interpretation of theosophic, philosophic, religious, and scientific principles of all ages and cultures. He appeals repeatedly to readers to break the molds of their mind and step beyond their limiting habits of thought.
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