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J Krishnamurti talks

Below is a collection of published talks by Jiddu Krishnamurti from 1929 to 1956 which have been compiled and published in booklets by country or region visited. Many of the talks also have question and answers with the audience.

The Irish Theosophist

The Irish Theosophist published from Sept 1892 thru 1897. Another interesting period of time where Theosophy started to land in Europe.

The Theosophical Review

It was the successor of Lucifer. It was published from Sept 1897 thru Feb 1909, with A. Besant and G.R.S. Mead editors, and then A. Besant only.

The Theosophical Path

The Theosophical Path was a magazine published in Point Loma from July 1911 to October 1935. The editors were Katherine Tingley and Gottfried de Purucker.

Lucifer Magazine Archive

Lucifer was a monthly journal published from September, 1887, to August, 1897, in London. The first issue was published on September 15, 1887. The names of H. P. Blavatsky and Mabel Collins appear as Editors, with the publisher as George Redway, York Street, Covent Garden, London. Bertram Keightley assisted the editors. The slogan printed on the cover was "To bring to light the hidden things…

The Theosophist Journal Archive

The Theosophist is the monthly journal of the international Theosophical Society based in Adyar, India. It was first published on October 1, 1879 by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky in Bombay, and has been in production continuously since that date. The cover of the first issue stated that this was "A monthly journal devoted to oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism: embracing mesmerism,…

The Path magazine archives

The Path refers to the New York magazine published by William Quan Judge from 1886-1896.

Universal Brotherhood Path magazine archives




Universal Brotherhood publication archives




Theosophy magazine archives


A Magazine Devoted to the Theosophical Movement, the Brotherhood of Humanity, the Study of Occult Science and Philosophy and Aryan Literature. Published by W.Q. Judge's disciples after his death. Most of whom followed Katherine A. Tingley.


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