The East In The Light Of The West: Parts 1-3
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- Part 1: The Teachings of Agni Yoga in the Light of Christian Esotericism
- Part 2: The Teachings of Alice Bailey in the Light of Christian Esotericism
- Part 3: The Birth of Christian Esotericism in the Twentieth Century and the Occult Powers that Oppose it
This major work comprises a comprehensive study of Eastern and Western esoteric streams and the occult powers behind them. In part 1, Prokofieff discusses the spiritual movement of Agni Yoga, presented to the world by Helena Roerich and her husband, the painter Nicolas Roerich. Part 2 focuses on the teachings developed by Alice Bailey, while part 3 considers the relationship between Eastern and Western spiritual masters and the esoteric streams they represent.
The first two parts of the book provide descriptions of the Roerichs' and Alice Bailey's philosophies, based on their own perspectives, together with anthroposophic commentaries that offer an understanding of these two streams in the light of modern Christian esotericism. As Prokofieff points out, both the Roerichs and Bailey were convinced that the occult teachers who inspired them were the same as those to whom H.P. Blavatsky referred.
Part 3 deals directly with the mystery of the Eastern teachers, or mahatmas, and their relationship to Christian Read More chevron_right
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