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Sunrise (magazine)

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Sunrise (magazine)

Sunrise is a journal of the Theosophical Society Pasadena.


The journal was founded by James A. Long in October 1951. After the death of Long, the journal has been published by Grace F. Knoche. The journal is also translated into Dutch and German. Since 1975 the journal issues a yearly special edition.

Sunrise is a theosophic journal, and the articles reflect this. They cover philosophic, spiritual and scientific themes.

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  • Sunrise in the U.K.
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