The Theosophical Path Illustrated Monthly Volume 1, July-December, 1911
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The Theosophical Path Illustrated Monthly Volume 1, July-December, 1911

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  • The Theosophical Path
  • THE REBIRTH OF CHRISTIANITY: by H. T. Edge, B. A. (Cantab.)
  • THE NEW EGYPTOLOGY AND THE THEOSOPHICAL RECORDS: by Charles J. Ryan
  • THE SCOPE OF ART: by R. W. Machell
  • MUSIC AND LIFE: by William A. Dunn
  • THE ASTRAL BODY: by H. A. W. Coryn, M.D., M.R.C.S.
  • THE BIRTH OF DAY by A. F. W. (Manchester, N. H.)
  • H. P. BLAVATSKY AND THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
  • THE PATH—SOME WORDS OF WILLIAM Q. JUDGE
  • SAVING FOREST WASTE: Note by a Student
  • "AROMA OF ATHENS" STRIKES NEW NOTE IN THE DRAMA. Katherine Tingley to Open Greek Theater to the Public: Unrivaled Natural Scenery: Marvelous Acoustics. Notes by a Dramatic Critic
  • SOME NOTES ON "THE AROMA OF ATHENS" As given in the Greek Theater, Point Loma, on Saturday Morning, April 22, 1911; With the Prolog to the Play: by Kenneth Morris
  • HAWTHORNE'S PSYCHOLOGY: contributed by C. T.
  • LIFE AND TEACHINGS OF PYTHAGORAS: by F. S. Darrow, Ph. D., A. M.
  • THE AMERICAN WOMAN IN POETRY: by Grace Knoche
  • ANCIENT ASTRONOMY: by Fred J. Dick, M. Inst. C. E.
  • THE PATH: by Gertrude Van Pelt, M. D.
  • SAN DIEGO: by Kenneth Morris
  • The Universal Brotherhood and Theosophical Society
  • THEOSOPHY AND MODERN SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES: by Charles J. Ryan
  • THE BRIDGES OF PARIS: by G. K.
  • OLD BRYNHYFRYD GARDEN by Kenneth Morris
  • MISUSED POWERS: by R. W. Machell
  • IS EDUCATION WASTED? by H. T. Edge, B. A. (Cantab.)
  • THE TEMPLE OF THESEUS, ATHENS: by R.
  • RECENT ADMISSIONS BY ARCHAEOLOGISTS: by a Student
  • GREAT NAMES IN ART. SCULPTURES FROM THE ALBERT MEMORIAL: by an Art Student
  • THE TWO FAIRYLANDS—A Study in the Literature of Wonder: by Kenneth Morris
  • LIGHT PHYSICAL AND METAPHYSICAL: by H. Coryn, M. D., M. R. C. S.
  • EROS: by R. W. Machell
  • TEMPTING COUNTERFEITS VS. REALITY: by Lydia Ross, M. D.
  • LIFE AND TEACHINGS OF PYTHAGORAS: by F. S. Darrow, A. M., Ph. D. (Harv.)
  • PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE INVISIBLE: by Philip A. Malpas
  • HEREDITY AND BIOLOGY: by H. T. Edge, B. A. (Cantab.)
  • INCORRODIBLE BRONZE: by Travers
  • SCIENTIFIC ODDMENTS: by the Busy Bee
  • LINNAEUS AND THE DIVINING-ROD: Contributed by P. F.
  • LOMALAND CAÑONS: by W. J. Renshaw
  • The Universal Brotherhood and Theosophical Society
  • THE NEW CYCLE: Extracts from an Article Written by H. P. Blavatsky, the Foundress of the Theosophical Society, for the first number of "La Revue Théosophique," 1889
  • RECENT CONFIRMATION OF H. P. BLAVATSKY'S TEACHINGS ABOUT ANCIENT CONTINENTS AND RACES: by H. T. Edge, B. A. (Cantab.)
  • THE ORIGIN AND NATURE OF FOLK-MUSIC, as Exemplified in the Welsh National Melodies: by Kenneth Morris
  • LAPLAND: by P. F.
  • CULTIVATING GENIUS FOR MUSIC: by E. A. Neresheimer
  • GLIMPSES OF SCANDINAVIAN MYTHOLOGY: by Per Fernholm, M. E., Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm)
  • THE DIPYLON AND THE OUTER CERAMICUS: by F. S. Darrow, A. M., Ph. D. (Harv.)
  • THE THEOSOPHIC TORCH: by Grace Knoche
  • THE PYTHAGOREAN SOLIDS: by F. J. Dick, M. Inst. C. E., M. Inst. C. E. I.
  • THE "BLACK AGE": by Ariomardes
  • EGYPTIAN ART UNDER THE XXVIth DYNASTY: by C. J.
  • THE HOUSE OF LORDS, PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, LONDON: by R.
  • MUSIC NOTES: by Charles J. Ryan
  • ANCIENT CALENDARS: by Travers
  • THE MYSTERIES OF ELEUSIS: by H. T. E.
  • GLACIATION, PAST AND PRESENT: by T. Henry
  • GOD AND THE CHILD
  • POWER: by Lydia Ross, M. D.
  • SOKRATES: by F. S. Darrow, A. M., Ph. D. (Harv.)
  • A VISIT TO A LOUISIANA SUGAR PLANTATION: by Barbara McClung
  • THE LORELEI: by a Student-Traveler
  • THE WESTERN FOUR-TOED SALAMANDER: by Percy Leonard
  • THE REAL MAN: by H. Coryn, M. D., M. R. C. S.
  • "Life of Leonardo da Vinci" by Professor Osvald Sirén — by Carolus
  • KARMA, REINCARNATION, AND IMMORTALITY: by H. T. Edge, B. A. (Cantab.)
  • POETRY AND CRITICISM: by Kenneth Morris
  • "THE MUSIC OF THE SPHERES": by H. Coryn, M. D., M. R. C. S.
  • DOES NIRVÂNA MEAN ANNIHILATION? by T. H.
  • CATHEDRALS IN ANCIENT CRETE: by a Student
  • THE WORLD OF WOMANHOOD: by Grace Knoche
  • "MAGNETONS," FORCE AND MATTER: by H. Travers
  • THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, SOUTH KENSINGTON, LONDON
  • WAS H. P. BLAVATSKY A PLAGIARIST? by Henry T. Edge, B. A. (Cantab.), a Pupil under H. P. Blavatsky
  • BUCKINGHAM PALACE, LONDON
  • THE GOLDEN CHAIN OF PLATONIC SUCCESSION: by F. S. Darrow, A. M., Ph. D. (Harv.)
  • CLASSICAL CYRENE: by Ariomardes
  • KILLARNEY, IRELAND: by F. J. Dick, M. Inst. C. E., M. Inst. C. E. I.
  • THE VRBAS DEFILE, BOSNIA: by F. J. B.
  • ASTRONOMICAL NOTES: by C. J. Ryan
  • ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL FROM LUDGATE HILL: by Carolus
  • WHO MADE THE EUCALYPTS? by Nature-Lover
  • AUSTRALIAN MARSUPIALS: by Nature-Lover
  • HOA-HAKA-NANA-IA: by P. A. Malpas
  • SUN-LIFE AND EARTH-LIFE: by Per Fernholm
  • THE SPADE OF THE ARCHAEOLOGIST: THE RESURRECTION OF TRUTH—ERROR'S FUNERAL: by Ariomardes
  • THE LANDS NOW SUBMERGED: by Durand Churchill
  • BOOK REVIEWS: Charles Morice's "Il est ressuscité": by H. A. Fussell
  • The Universal Brotherhood and Theosophical Society
  • EVOLUTION IN THE LIGHT OF THEOSOPHY: by H. T. Edge, B. A. (Cantab.)
  • THE MYSTERIES OF ROTATION: by a Student
  • WHAT ARE THE BASES OF AN INTELLIGENT BELIEF IN REINCARNATION? by F. S. Darrow, A. M., Ph. D. (Harv.)
  • THE VICTORY OF THE DIVINE IN MAN: by Rev. S. J. Neill
  • ANCIENT AMERICA: by an Archaeologist
  • THE PARABLE OF THE CRUCIFIXION: by Cranstone Woodhead
  • IS LIGHT CORPUSCULAR? by T. Henry
  • ASTRONOMICAL LORE: by a Student
  • THE MYSTERY OF THE MOLARS: by Medicus
  • A DUTCH HOUSE COURT BY PIETER DE HOOCH
  • THE INCARNATION OF GENIUSES: by Henry Travers
  • THE PLIGHT OF THE VIVISECTOR: by H. Coryn, M. D., M. R. C. S.
  • THE EKOI; Children of Nature: by H. T. Edge, B. A. (Cantab.)
  • AN UNKNOWN AMERICAN NATION: by H. S. Turner
  • THE CONFINES OF SCIENCE: by Investigator
  • THE TOWER OF LONDON AND THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT: by Carolus
  • POINT LOMA NOTES: by C. J. R.
  • THE WOMAN'S INTERNATIONAL THEOSOPHICAL LEAGUE, POINT LOMA, CALIFORNIA Woman's Work in Lomaland; a Side Light: by a Member of the League
  • ILLUSION AND REALITY: by Lydia Ross, M. D.
  • VENICE: by Grace Knoche
  • HUMANITY AND THEOSOPHICAL EDUCATION: by Elizabeth C. Spalding
  • BOOK REVIEWS: "Commentary upon the Maya-Tzental Perez Codex" (William E. Gates) by C. J. Ryan
  • A NEW MAGAZINE
  • THE STRANGE LITTLE GIRL: a Story for the Children, by V.M.
  • The Universal Brotherhood and Theosophical Society
  • CHRISTMAS: by Kenneth Morris
  • PEACE ON EARTH: GOOD WILL TOWARD MEN: by R. Machell
  • PSYCHISM: A Study in Hidden Connexions: by H. T. Edge, B. A. (Cantab.)
  • A MAGIC BOAT: by D. F.
  • IRISH SCENES: by Fred J. Dick, M. Inst. C. E., M. Inst. C. E. I.
  • THE BLUEBELLS OF WERNOLEU: a Welsh Legend by Kenneth Morris
  • THE SOUL AT THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION: by Henry Travers
  • WARWICK CASTLE: by C. J. Ryan
  • MAN AND NATURE: by R. Machell
  • THE WILL AS A CHEMICAL PRODUCT: by Investigator
  • OPEN-AIR DRAMA: by Per Fernholm, M. E., Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm)
  • INTRA-ATOMIC ENERGY: by H. Coryn, M. D., M. R. C. S.
  • A JAPANESE WRITER'S VIEWS ON MODERN CIVILIZATION: Contributed by E. S. (Tokyo, Japan)
  • COPAN, AND ITS POSITION IN AMERICAN HISTORY: by William E. Gates
  • SCIENTIFIC BREVITIES: by the Busy Bee
  • CONFLICT OF THE AGES: by S. F.
  • WOMEN WHO HAVE INFLUENCED THE WORLD: by the Rev. S. J. Neill
  • THE TURKISH WOMAN: by Grace Knoche
  • AN ENGLISH LADY'S LETTER: by F. D. Udall (London)
  • A MAGIC PLACE: A Forest Idyll for Young Folks: by M. Ginevra Munson
  • CURRENT TOPICS: by Observer
  • BOOK REVIEWS: "Les Derniers Barbares: Chine, Tibet, Mongolie," par le Commandant d'Ollone. Pierre Lafitte et Cie., Paris. By H. Alexander Fussell
  • "The Plough and the Cross: a Story of New Ireland," by William Patrick O'Ryan. The Aryan Theosophical Press, Point Loma, California. By F. J. D.
  • The Universal Brotherhood and Theosophical Society
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