On page one of the November issue of the Aquarian, Geoffrey Farthing writes: 
 
The first, and probably the most important, aspect of Theosophical living is long-term character development through many lives.
 
On page seven we have a poem by Henry Longfellow, to which we added the title “The Law of Cycles”. On page eight, Helena P. Blavatsky writes “On Hercules and the Pleiades”.
 
Other topics in this issue:  
 
* Helena Blavatsky’s Home at 17, Lansdowne Road, London;
 
* The Mystery of Vega;
 
* Marjorie Reeves writes about the Future;
 
* The Writings of an Eastern Master – 32, a Letter to E. W. Fern; and
 
* Thoughts Along the Road – If You Are a Friend of the Void, You Can See the Plenitude.
 
With 18 pages, the edition includes the List of New Items at the associated websites.
 
 
 
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