Jiddu Krishnamurti, as a child, was "discovered" by the Theosophists at their headquarters in India. He was thought to be the one who would grow into a new major spiritual teacher, as predicted by calculations of astronomical cycles. He did not disappoint them, in that he wrote the now-classic At the Feet of the Master at the age of 14. However, as he grew to maturity, he did not always express the popular views of the Society, whose members had adopted and educated him. He gathered a considerable following, wrote many books and articles, and lectured widely until his death in 1986. This is a new biography, published by the Theosophical Publishing House, London, in 2003.
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