A Timeless Classic of Theosophical literature.
Alfred Percy Sinnett was arguably one of the most influential member of the Theosophical Society. In The Occult World, Sinnett gave lengthy excerpts from his early correspondence with Mahatma Koot Hoomi. In this book, he describes the higher mysteries of Nature possessed by the Indian "Mahatmas". He also related in detail many of the occult phenomena Mme. Blavatsky performed when she was in Simla. This book throws light on the development of the thoughts of this remarkable individual and reveals Sinnett's engagement throughout his life with the world of THEOSOPHY.
This book is plenty of very profound thought, and you will not leave this fantastic work without spiritual growth. In summation, this unusual book is a must-read classic for all students of enlightenment-both novices and seasoned scholars alike.
- Occultism and the Adepts
- The Theosophical Society
- First Occult Experiences
- Teachings of Occult Philosophy
- Later Occult Phenomena