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A. Besant - Note to the Above by the Editor (RE Youth and Sex).pdf
Annie Besant replies to two letters to the editors who criticize the Theosophical Society for not having direct teachings for youth to control their sexuality. She opens saying, "Most Theosophists would probably agree with the modern view that sex…

H. L. S. Wilkinson - Youth and Sex.pdf
A letter to the editors in reply to a letter to the editors sent in by T. Christmas Humphreys. In the original letter Humphreys complains the T.S. does not teach youth about controlling their sexuality. Wilkinson defends the T.S. saying they should…

T.C. Humphreys - Youth and Sex.pdf
In a letter to the Editors, T. Christmas Humphreys critiques the TS on failing to teach about sex and the proper control of sexuality to the youth of the Theosophical Society. "If the younger generation, demanding, as is their right, light on these…

L. J. Bendit - Youth and Sex.pdf
Published letter to the editor in which author comments on a published letter to the editors by Travers Christmas Humphreys with the same title, "Youth and Sex" published in The Theosophist a few month prior. He states that the TS does its members a…
A neutrally written essay describing the history and theology of theosophy and the Theosophical Society. Written by prominent African American author Josephine Silone Yates. Published under one of her pseudonyms, R. K. Potter.
Nevada State Journal essay describing the content of Fritz Kunz's lecture on "psychic wireless" which he claims will eventually develop in the minds of all humanity. This was broadcast on a Reno, Nevada radio station on September 11, 1922.
Newspaper clipping from Nevada State Journal reporting about upcoming radio broadcast by Fritz Kunz to be made made from Reno, Nevada, in which he will discuss telepathic powers.
Newspaper clipping that describes reactions to lectures given by Fritz Kunz on 12 September 1922 at Byington Hall, Reno Nevada.
Advertisement for two lectures. One by Fritz Kunz and the other by Irving S. Cooper in September, 1922, in Kansas City, Missouri
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