W.Q.Judge’s Books

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THEOSOPHICAL ARTICLES

By Wm. Q. Judge (set of two volumes), cloth. ISBN 0-938998-20-X


OCEAN OF THEOSOPHY  (Judge)

The need for a simple, concise statement of Theosophical teachings was met by Mr. Judge with the publication of this book in 1893. It first appeared as a series of newspaper articles, in which the writer set forth all the major doctrines of the philosophy, dealing with questions that might naturally occur to the average reader. Years of experience in the use of the Ocean as a text in Theosophical study classes have proved it a provocative approach to the Theosophical philosophy as a whole. It has 153 pages. ISBN 0-938998-07-2


ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON THE "OCEAN "  (R C)


POINT OUT THE WAY
Questions and Answers  from a Class"Ocean"  (JG)


ECHOES FROM THE ORIENT (Judge)

(available in English and Spanish)


THE SCOPE OF REINCARNATION

From the Ocean of Theosophy (paperbound)


BHAGAVAD GITA  (WQJ)

There are many translations of this Hindu scripture, but few, if any, can compare in either philosophical clarity or literary excellence with this rendition by Mr. Judge. The Bhagavad-Gita is often called the Bible of India. It is a portion of the Mahabharata (the great Hindu epic) and is recognized as embodying the highest and noblest truths of Eastern religious philosophy. ISBN 0-938998-09-9


BHAGAVAD GITA NOTES (Judge & Crosbie)

These "Notes" are a companion to the Gita. Mr. Judge wrote seven of the articles. These, however, constitute more than half of the volume, the remaining chapters being written by Robert Crosbie, an associate and student of Mr. Judge. ISBN 0-938998-10-2


Letters That Have Helped Me (WQJ)

In the early days of the Theosophical Movement in the United States, Mr. Judge was in intimate contact with American students, with whom he maintained a large correspondence. Letters That Have Helped Me is a compilation of his counsels. Mr. Judge's wise and gentle words are a revelation of his understanding of the subtleties of human nature, and of the great depth and strength of heart he possessed as a teacher and friend. Part II is comprised of letters to students and Theosophical groups, and various extracts. In this edition of Letters That Have Helped Me, issued 50 years after the passing of Mr. Judge, a third section presents additional material, including a group of allegorical stories contributed by Mr. Judge to the Path. ISBN 0-938998-08-0


PATANJALI'S YOGA SUTRAS (Judge)

This ancient treatise on self-control - sometimes called "Yoga" - is useful only to students with a thorough grounding in the Theosophical philosophy, for such knowledge on the part of the reader is assumed throughout. To this rendition of the Aphorisms of Patanjali, Mr. Judge has added brief explanatory paragraphs following many of the verses. ISBN 0-938998-11-0


PATANJALI’S YOGA APHORISMS
EVERYDAY QUESTIONS


“FORUM” ANSWERS (W Q J )

The Theosophical Forum, a pamphlet-like periodical, was launched in April, 1889, and issued monthly thereafter to members of the Theosophical Society in America. It presented answers to Theosophical questions, written by various persons, and was sent without charge to branches and members. Only the replies by Mr. Judge (those which can be clearly identified) are included in this book, arranged in the sequence in which they originally appeared in the Forum, from May, 1889, through February, 1896. ISBN 0-938998-27-7


W.Q.Judge's Student Glossary


SUBJECTS FOR DISCUSSION (Summaries) (Judge)


TWO REPLIES  (JUDGE CASE)


EPITOME OF THEOSOPHY (Judge)

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