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Stavo pensando l’altro giorno di stilare uno schema generale di tutte le diramazioni alternative ad Adyar e mi sono imbattuto in un articolo che già aveva fatto il lavoro per me. Vi chiederete perché queste organizzazioni si sono staccate da Adyar … anch’io me lo sono spesso chiesto. Per confondere ancora di più i perché e percome nella lista si trovano personalità che hanno preso ispirazione nelle loro vite o creazioni dalla Teosofia, o dal sacro libero da dogmi e sovrastrutture inutili. Ma addentriamoci in questa vasta galassia di idee e persone alla ricerca, una ricerca che non è mai finita, o forse finirà quando le scintille si riuniranno alla fiamma che le ha generate …

See also

References

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