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A prolific and influential writer of his day, George Robert Stowe Mead was heavily involved in Hermetic and Gnostic scholarship of the time. Mead states that Theosophic faith is the precursor to Gnosis, and such is his approach to an introduction on the subject. He writes of the death of conventional knowledge and the birth of Theosophy and discusses his personal realizations and self-awakenings that led to his involvement with the Theosophical Society. Mead describes struggling against a traditional education before discovering some esoteric gems that spoke out to him. A familiar journey for many, no doubt!
Public Domain (P)2015 Lamp of Trismegistus
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