A Secret History of Consciousness

A Secret History of Consciousness

Author: Gary Lachman

Publisher: SteinerBooks

ISBN: 9781584204930

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What that consciousness may be like and how it may be achieved is a major concern of this book . Lachman concentrates on the period since the late 1800s, when Madame Blavatsky first brought the secret history out into the open.



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