Volume VI, 1932-1940, is the last in the Krotona Series. It is of particular interest to historians because it builds on Volume 5 and new archival documents to further reveal Theosophical conversations from the period when Krishnamurti broke away from the organization of The Theosophical Society, as Krishnamurti’s point of view becomes manifest in his actions: “You, cannot give a poison from one side and the remedy from the other, that is to say give with one hand what I call Poison, organizations, discipleship, Masters; and with the other the remedy, the remedy against fear, against lack of understanding and intelligence.”