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A Trip to the Theosophical Society in Chicago

After our visit to the Baha’i center in Wilmette on the North Shore of Chicago, we drove across town to Wheaton, Illinois, a small town approximately 30 miles west of downtown. Wheaton is home to the Theosophical Society of America,

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Inside the Baha’i Archives–In Search of Dr. Guy

Underneath the Bahai’l Temple, also known as the Baha’i House of Worship, there is a welcome center, book store, and various exhibits. If you have permission, you walk beyond this area and visit the archives. Here are pictures of the

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Introducing Dr. Walter Bryant Guy

Walter B. Guy (1869-1940) was a physician, inventor, author, researcher, Baha’i, progressive, and is most known to the world as a medical innovator who pioneered the use of Hydrochloric Acid Therapy. He lived in St. Augustine, Florida from 1919 until

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