Editorials from The Word Magazine
These editorials by Harold W. Percival represent the complete collection published in The Word magazine between 1904 and 1917. Now over one hundred years later, the original monthly magazines are rare. The twenty-five volume bound sets of The Word are only owned by a few collectors and libraries around the world.
By the time Mr. Percival's first book, Thinking and Destiny, was published in 1946, he had developed a new terminology for conveying the results of his thinking. This largely explains what may appear to be differences between his earlier and later works.
Read H. W. Percival’s Editorials
For lengthy editorials, click on Contents for a table of contents.
Some editorials refer to another editorial, identified by volume and issue number, or volume and page number. A list of editorials by with this information in chronological order may be found here.
|Adepts, Masters and Mahatmas||HTML||Contents|
|Consciousness Through Knowledge||HTML||Contents|
|Hope and Fear||HTML|
|I in the Senses||HTML|
|Psychic Tendencies and Development||HTML|
|Veil of Isis, The||HTML|
|“Is Parthenogenesis in the Human Species a Scientific Possibility?” by Joseph Clements, M.D. with extensive footnotes by Harold W. Percival||HTML|