Annie Besant was a prominent British socialist, Theosophist, women's rights activist, writer and orator and supporter of Irish and Indian self-rule. In 1890 Besant met Helena Blavatsky and over the next few years her interest in Theosophy grew while her interest in secular matters waned. She became a member of the Society and a highly successful lecturer in Theosophy. As part of her Theosophy-related work, she travelled to India where in 1898 she helped establish the Central Hindu College, and in 1902 she established the first overseas Lodge of the International Order of Co-Freemasonry, Le Droit Humain in England. Over the next few years she established lodges in many parts of the British Empire. In 1907 she became President of the Theosophical Society.
This volume include the following writings:
The Case For India
My Path To Atheism
The Christian Creed, Or, What It Is Blasphemy To Deny
The Basis Of Morality
Evolution Of Life And Form
London Lectures Of 1907
Esoteric Christianity — Or The Lesser Mysteries.
An Introduction To Yoga