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This four-part series explores the life and legacy of Robert T. Browne, one of America’s first black spiritual philosophers. 

Born to illiterate former slaves in LaGrange, Texas in 1882, Browne became an associate of the fiery black nationalist leader Marcus Garvey in Harlem. He authored a ground breaking philosophical treatise that prefigured the ideas of quantum physics in 1918. During World War II, he survived three years of near starvation in a Japanese prison camp where he taught his fellow internees self-hypnosis and mind-control techniques before being rescued in a daring predawn raid by U.S. paratroopers.

In 1950, Browne founded an esoteric spiritual group based on the Theosophical principles of the Russian mystic Madame Helena Blavatsky. Since his death at the age of 96 in 1978, Robert T. Browne has been worshipped as an Ascended Spiritual Master by disciples in America, Europe and the Caribbean. 

If you enjoy African American history, you'll want to learn more about this amazing story -