William Q Judge’s Collected Articles in 2 volumes
William Q. Judge was one of the principal co-founders of the Theosophical Society and simultaneously with H.P. Blavatsky was the other main contributor to the theosophical doctrine.
Judge’s perceptive insights and his care for his fellow theosophists gave energy and inspiration to the great growth of the Theosophical Society in America during the 1880s and 90s.
His articles are in agreement in their philosophy, ethics and practice with those of his co-worker and companion H.P. Blavatsky. They give insights for all types, from intellectuals to labourers, into its understanding and the leading of a theosophical life.
His writings are a most accessible and practical interpretation of the ageless wisdom, one that he had mastered.
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An historical note on the value of Judge’s role to the Theosophical Movement
As the value of his writings are better appreciated his reputation is undergoing a restoration following the challenges he faced after H. P. Blavatsky’s death. She and Judge remain the two most reliable writers in modern Theosophical literature and their partnership was long lived and very remarkable.
HPB wrote to Judge on 23rd October 1889 that he was “a part of herself for several aeons”; in her last message to the Convention of American Theosophists in 1891 that he had “…proved in a thousand ways his entire loyalty to the best interests of Theosophy and the Society.”