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 to probe the dual evolution of spirit and matter and the nature of the human being. 2 cassettes.
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Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-1891) was the cofounder of the Theosophical Society. A world-famous figure of mystery and controversy and a leading intellect behind the occult revival in the West, Blavatsky published The Secret Doctrine in 1888 as her magnum opus.
Michael Gomes is a historian, author, and the librarian at the New York Lodge of the Theosophical Society. He is one of today's most respected writers on esoteric movements, as well known to readers of occult and esoteric literature as to students and scholars of modern religion.
"The Secret Doctrine assumes the dignity of a scripture, for in its pages eternal mysteries are clothed in ancient and modern terms, and to those who have eyes to see, the ageless wisdom is revealed." --Manly P. Hall, author of The Secret Teachings of All Ages
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