Life and Teaching of the Masters of the Far East: Box Set Volume 1 to 6
BAIRD T. SPALDING
Paperback Boxed Set | 1955
Subject: Esoteric Studies
Baird Spalding’s Far East travels in 1894 have played a ground-breaking role in introducing to the Western world the knowledge that there are “Masters” assisting and guiding humanity.
Handsomely boxed in their own sleeves: the six volumes of Baird T. Spalding’s monumental classic–the work that more than any other has bequeathed the wisdom and knowledge of the immortal masters — assist and guide the heart in every age.
Since 1924, when these writings first appeared, they have influenced and inspired generations of seekers. Astonished at the interest in his discoveries and experiences, he wrote Volume 2 (1927). Volume 3 (1935) followed along with a 30 city tour. Volume 4 (1948) and Volume 5 (1955) were compiled from his question and answer material and Volume 6 (1996) contains historical reference to his articles for the Mind Magazine 1935-37.
“There is no question that these people have brought the Light through the long ages and they prove by their daily life and works that this Light does exist just as it did thousands of years ago.”
Baird T. Spalding
LIFE AND TEACHING OF THE MASTERS OF THE FAR EAST VOLUMES 1-3 IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON CD (ISBN 9780875168180)
BAIRD T. SPALDING
Baird T. Spalding, whose name became legend in metaphysical circles during the first half of the 20th century, played an important part in introducing to the Western world knowledge of the Masters, who are assisting and guiding the destiny of mankind. Born in England, at age four he went to India. At age seventeen he finished the University and went to California were he stayed two years. He then traveled to Heidelberg, Germany and studied for eight years and then returned to California for post-graduate work in Archaeology at Berkeley and Stanford.
After years of working with publisher Douglas DeVorss to write and promote the Life & Teaching series, Spalding died in 1953 in Arizona.