Practical Occultism: From the Private Letters of William Q. Judge
Edited by Arthur L. Conger
Selected from the private files and Letterbooks of William Q. Judge, these letters combine directness and strength with sympathetic understanding. A guide to the application of esoteric truths to daily living, they are the fruit of knowledge and long experience in the philosophy and practice of altruism.
The correspondence highlights the period from 1882 to 1891, when the Theosophical Society was undergoing rapid growth, particularly in the West. A valuable source book also for those interested in the early theosophical history.