During the last few years of her life, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky wrote a number of important Theosophical books, among them being her introductory book The Key to Theosophy. In this 6-part program four speakers take turns commenting upon various portions and aspects of the Key. The speakers include John Algeo, Robert Ellwood, Ralph Hannon, and Anton Lysy. This program was presented in July 1994 as the Inaugural Session of the Olcott Institute, which was named after Henry S. Olcott, one of the cofounders of the Theosophical Society. Since it was recorded in a live classroom situation, you will hear occasional questions and comments from the audience. 1994. 419 minutes.