Theosophic correspondence between Louis Claude de Saint-Martin (The "Unknown philosopher") and Kirchberger, Baron de Liebistorf

Pasadena, Calif.: Theosophical University Press. Edited by Nicolas Antoine Kirchberger (1949)
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For several centuries prior to the founding of the Theosophical Society in 1875, individual 'theosophers' in Britain and Europe were quietly in touch with one another all seekers of the inward way. Theosophic Correspondence (1792 1797) is a series of inspiring letters, personal and philosophic, exchanged during the climactic days of the French Revolution between Kirchberger, member of the Sovereign Council at Berne, Switzerland, and Saint-Martin, whom Kirchberger regarded as 'the most eminent writer . . . and most profound of his age'.

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