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The Dream that never Dies – Boris de Zirkoff Speaks Out On Theosophy

8 april 2021

By Boris de Zirkoff (1902–1981), compiled and edited by W. Emmett Small.

232 Pages | 1983 | Paperback | Point Loma Publications, California | ISBN: 0913004456.

The fifty selections in this compilation are from the independent Theosophical journal Theosophia, edited by Boris de Zirkoff from its inception in May, 1944, until his death on March 4, 1981, published and edited by Dara Eklund, one of de Zirkoff's devoted assistants in his later years. It contains farewell words from friends around the world, three photographs of Boris in different periods of his life, and a picture of the Subba Row Medal presented to him on February 23, 1981, by Radha Burnier, President of the Theosophical Society (Adyar) in grateful recognition of his ''untiring efforts, during several decades, to make available to the world the wealth of knowledge contained in H.P.B.'s writings. ''

As the last driving relative of H.P. Blavatsky, Boris de Zirkoff held a unique place in the hearts of all Theosophists, and to them it has always seemed peculiarly appropriate that he should, in the karmis course of events, become the compiler-editor of Blavatsky Collected Writings.

auteur: Zirkoff, B. de/Small, E. (comp., ed.)
ISBN: 0913004456

Prijs: € 15,00

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