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Biosophical Institute



An organization founded by Dr. Fredrick Kettner of New York whose philosophy is that of the system of Biosophy, also developed by Dr. Kettner. The purpose of the institute is to promote a world-fellowship of peace loving men and women who have overcome religious, national, social and racial prejudices to work creatively toward the growth of democracy and world peace.

Groups have formed in cities throughout the United States, South and Central America, Europe, Australia, and India. Friends of Dr. Kettner include Albert Einstein, Pierre le-Comte du Nouy, Havelock Ellis, and Lai Sharma. (see
An open letter) A.G.H.



Source:

Shepard, Leslie A., ed., Encyclopedia of Occultism and Parapsychology, 3rd ed, Detroit: Gale Research, Inc., 1991, p. 185

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