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Some Reflections On Teaching Theosophy (CD)
Geoffrey Hodson


$7.95 audio CD
978-0-8356-8193-3




Geoffrey Hodson (1886--1983) was an internationally known clairvoyant who spent more than sixty years as a lecturer for the Theosophical Society, speaking in America, Europe. South Africa, India, Australia, and the Far East. He conducted clairvoyant research, including first-hand investigations of the angelic evolution, in collaboration with medical professionals, physicists, anthropologists, and archeologists. He was awarded the Subba Row Medal in 1954 for his more than forty contributions to Theosophical literature.


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