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Education in the New Age

By Alice A Bailey

1954 - London - Lucis Press

9" by 6"; xii, 174pp

 

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A fascinating, theosophical work on Education in the New Age.

With a preface by Oliver L Reiser, the department of Philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh.

The second edition of this work, published the same year as the first.

This occult work discusses how to educate humans with regards to the 'New Age'. Chapters include 'the objectives of the new eduction', 'the next step in the mental development of humanity', 'the culture of the individual' and 'the science of the Antahkarana'.

Alice A Bailey was a writer of several theosophical works. She was also the first writers to use the term New Age. Bailey described the majority of her works as having been telepathically dictated to her by a Master of Wisdom, referred to as 'The Tibetan' or by the initials D L'. This work is written by the Tibetan and transcribed by Bailey. Her writings have several similarities to those of Madame Blavatsky. 

CONDITION

In a full cloth binding with gilt stamping to front board and to spine. Externally, smart with bumping to the extremities and to the head and tail of spine. Boards have faded and have several marks, including two white deposits to the front board. Prior owners' inscriptions to the recto of front endpaper, Frances E Sparkes and someone named Pamela. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are age toned, moreso to edges. Spotting to the endpapers with the odd spot throughout. Overall: VERY GOOD.


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