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Theosophical Encyclopedia

International Correspondence League

A theosophical association formed in London in 1919 by Annie BESANT to encourage contacts among the different members of the Theosophical Society (TS) around the world. It was affiliated with the Theosophical Order of Service. By 1926, correspondents were active in almost all the sections. The purposes were: “to serve the TS and to encourage the allied organizations; to facilitate contact between members in the different parts of the world by means of correspondence and visits and by rendering such visits as agreeable and useful as possible. Thus Brotherhood will be strengthened and made more living, enabling the message of the World Teacher when he comes to be passed and spread to different peoples in different countries.” It is no longer active today.

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