The Theosophical Movement is a bit complex.
It will dealt with more fully in the future.
traditions differed so much from Helena Blavatsky's
original teaching that they should no longer be called Theosophy.
One of those traditions has been generated by Alice A. Bailey.
by Nicholas Weeks analyzes her claims and teachings.
Nicholas Weeks was, for about fifteen years,
beginning in 1970, a staunch believer in the Bailey and
Leadbeater teachings. He was a member of the
Arcane School and active in another Bailey group during
this period. He was never a member of any Theosophical
group, nor did he know much about HP Blavatsky's Theosophy
The orignal article by Weeks appeared in the Summer 1997 issue
of Fohat, a Theosophical magazine published in
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. This is an expanded, revised
"No Religion Higher Than Truth"
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