Presentations and comments regarding P. G. Bowen
From booklets by him, published by Susan Reed, England.
is now also a selfbiographical article
P. G. Bowen was born in Ireland but left home at fifteen and later joined the South African mounted rifles. During his time in Africa he was invited to study with an initiate teacher, Mehlo Moya, and was later initiated into his Occult Brotherhood. On returning to England, P.G. Bowen discovered that the principles of Theosophy were identical in essence to all that he had learned in Africa and he devoted the rest of his life to teaching this Ancient Wisdom.
P.G. Bowen became a close friend and associate of Æ, who entrusted the running of The Dublin Hermetic Society to him, and it was AE who encouraged P.G. Bowen to publish his most valuable work, The Occult Way - seven lessons in practical occultism. This is a unique book which shines as a beacon amongst the mountain of literature currently available.
For any serious student of Theosophy, the works of P. G. Bowen are essential reading and for this reason we are publishing a small series of booklets consisting of letters to students and articles which have been previously published only in Theosophical journals.
From the cover of The Occult Way:
Other Works by P. G. Bowen:
The Occult Way *
The Sayings of The Ancient One *
The Way of A Pilgrim - Part I
Selections from letters written to Students plus The Doctrine of Reincarnation.
The Way of A Pilgrim - Part II
Hatha Yoga - The Occult Science of Health.
The True Occult Path
The Groundwork in Practical Occultism
The Significance of Ceremonial
The Ancient Wisdom in Africa
Letter to a Student
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