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Algeo 1998 Senzar: The Mystery of the Mystery Language
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J. Algeo 2000 The Bhagavad Gita: A Study Course Book pdf
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J. Algeo 2007 Theosophy: An Introductory Course Book pdf
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J. Algeo 2012 Reincarnation Explored Book pdf
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J. Algeo For more works by Dr. Algeo, see bio sketch. Also list of his articles. Also Quest Books.
J. Algeo, ed. 2012 Theosopedia: The Internet Theosophical Encyclopedia Online. Also available for purchase the print version. Book html
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J.A. Anderson 1893 Reincarnation: A Study of the Human Soul Book pdf 1st Edition Digitized by Internat Archive
J.A. Anderson 1895 The Septenary Man Book pdf 1st Edition Digitized by Internat Archive
Anonymous 1890 Working Glossary for the Use of Students of Theosophical Literature Book pdf 1892 Edition
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1925 The Theosophical Movement 1875-1925: A History and a Survey Book html
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Anonymous 1920-22 The Theosophical Movement (a 34-part series) html
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Anonymous 1943-44 Cycles of Psychism Pamphlet html
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Anonymous 1951 The Theosophical Movement: 1875-1950. Revised edition of 1925 ed. Book html
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Anonymous -------- An Introduction to the "Body of Knowledge" Known as Theosophy and the Worldwide Theosophical Movement [an online book compiled from the U.L.T.'s Theosophy Magazine]
[2 more comprehensive lists of articles from Theosophy Magazine can be found at Link 1 and Link 2.] Book html
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