1. What’s your name, where are you from and how long have you been a member of the TS?
My name is Robert Pullen. I am from Holland, the town of Breda, and I am not a member The Theosophical Society Adyar, Point Loma or Pasadena. I am the chairman of the Theosophical Centre “Post Nubila Lux” in Breda, Holland.
2. Are you active in your Lodge/Section and if so, what do you do?
I give courses and hold lectures on Theosophy and I am the chairman of a study group.
3. How did you first learn about Theosophy or come in contact with the Society?
I learned about Theosophy in the early seventies of the previous age by attending a reading somewhere in the Haque, Holland.
4. What does Theosophy mean to you?
Everything! It’s my whole vision on Life from a scientific, philosophical and religious point of view in the true sense of these words as a whole.
5. What is your favourite Theosophical book and why?
The Mahatma Letters to A.P. Sinnett and The Bhagavad Gita (W.Q. Judge-Version). They explain everything for me.
6. What in your opinion is the biggest challenge the TS facing at the moment?
To walk your talk! Be an example of living Theosophy to your surrounding, no matter to which Theosophical organisation you belong to or if you’re not a member at all.
7. Is there anything you would wish for the future of the Theosophical Movement?
The practise of Universal Brotherhood everywhere and to understand it as a fact in Nature!
From the editor:
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