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THE THEOSOPHIST.

VOL. XIX. NO. 1, OCTOBER 1897.

THERE IS NO RELIGION HIGHER THAN TRUTH,

NOTICE.

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PREMIUMS. Special attention is called to the offer of premiums for new'subscriptions to “Theosophist" in September and October issues, and also to prizes offered for best original essays for publication in the “Theosophist."

"For every three new subscriptions, one copy of 'Old Diary Leaves.' Paper Cover Rs. 4 will be sent free.

Vide in the Supplement to “Theosophist" a para. graph with heading “ Secret Doctrine as a Premium, " i.e., offering Secret Doctrine Vol. III as a discount to one who gets largest number of subscriptions to the current Vol. of the “Theosophist” before first of February 1898.

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Madame Blavatsky was long a patent illustration of it, some names of
recent and of living Initiates are familiar to students of Theosophy.
Thus it acquires actuality in the present, has interest and significance,
excites inquiry as to its nature and terms. When we are informed
that a well-known Chela received Initiation and thus passed palpably
into the ranks of the Brotherhood, we regard him as having undergone
a distinct experience which translated him to a certainly higher plane
of knowledge and power. He becomes almost a different person, so
real a thing as Initiation having taken place.

Of course our conception of an Initiation is necessarily framed upon those Initiations which exist in our own day and are maintained by the two great Brotherhoods—the Freemasons and the Odd Fellows. Whether we have passed through any of these or not, there are certain

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