The Iroquois League and the Exoteric Work of the Temple
Chapter Four studies the exoteric Temple organization known as the League of Brotherhoods, based on the group’s understanding of Hiawatha’s Iroquois League as an example of successful social organization based on spiritual kinship. They hoped the league would unify the various reform groups gaining strength before the election in 1900. That year the group announced the creation of a co-operative commonwealth to be located in the West.
Keywords: Theosophical Society in America, Spiritualism, Temple of the People, Socialism, Occult science, American Esotericism, Health mysticism, Cooperative Commonwealth, Electropathy, Alternative medicine
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