Thoughts about the Purpose of The American Minvra and Political Ideas

The earliest tweet for “The American Mivervan” was declaring our stance, or differences. It is certainly a jab at the Conservatives, the Alt-Right, Identitarians, and American Renaissance, to simply let others know, we are not the same, nor have we arrived at the same conclusions, or solutions. The author is racially not white, and argues…

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Adepts in America in 1776 » William Q. Judge’s Speculations prompt Blavatsky to Question “Illuminati” Theory

ADEPTS IN AMERICA 1776? DID ANY ADEPTS GET INVOLVED IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. WILLIAM Q. JUDGE PUBLISHED IN THEOSOPHIST 1883 SUGGESTIONS HE PLACES AS THOSE OF HIS OWN RESPONSIBILITY WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF ANY ADEPTS. AN ORTHODOX HINDU CHHABIGRAM DOLATRAM WRITES TO H.P.B. FOR CLARIFICATION AND SHE QUESTIONS THE THEORY ‘Illuminati’ def. (Lat.). The “Enlightened”,…

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James M. Pryse’s Works: The Oracular Gnosis of Christianity, Revelations, and the Mysteries of John

THE ORACULAR GNOSIS OF CHRISTIANITY CHRISTIANITY RESTORED TO ITS HELLENIC AND PRIMITIVE FORM  James Morgan Pryse was an author, theosophist and his brother John founded the Gnostic Society in 1928. In The Apocalypse Unsealed (1910) Pryse published the secret key to decoding the esoteric meaning of the Biblical Book of Revelation. In 1914, The Restored New Testament…

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The Theosophical Society modeled on American Republicanism and the Constitution

Russian, Helena P. Blavatsky was very enthused about becoming a U.S. citizen, and saw hope in the young republic. This shows, that the original Theos. Soc. (New York, 1875) was modeled upon the republican idea. This brings up issues about transparency with its contemporaries: “Born in the United States, the Society was constituted in the…

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Bradley J. Birzer: Liberalism and Republicanism in the American Revolution

“For Wood, one of Bailyn’s former students, Republicanism was much more than a political philosophy; it was, rather, organic, a lifestyle and a way of thinking. Republicanism, a utopian movement striving for the full reconstruction of society, explains Wood in his Pulitzer-Prizing winning book, The Radicalism of the American Revolution, represented a historical phase lodged…

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All Republicans Don’t Have To Be Conservative: Republican Political Tradition, Lincoln and Marx, and American Conservatives

Conservatism, or Republicanism The Republicanism we refer to is the classical philosophy, as a way of life, and of governing, but mainly the forms it has historically taken in the American context, meaning even South America’s struggle for independence, regarding Bolívar. The first order of service is to get us to understand the history of…

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Theosophy, Aryans and Zurvanism: Concerning Nazi Aryanism and Remnants of Indic Civilization

Theosophy, Esoteric Zoroastrianism, and claims of Remnants of ancient Aryan Indic Civilization in Theosophy. Also, concerning the theory that Modern Theosophical ideas on Aryans influenced National Socialist and Ariosophist doctrines about the Aryans. Light on the Trans-Himalayan Occultists: Lost Chaldean Wisdom also deals with the reason for the use of the term “Aryan” in modern Theosophical literature, which…

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Coudenhove-Kalergi and Toynbee on The Trend of International Affairs Since the War

There are people that keep spreading the false idea there is a connection between “Coudenhove-Kalergi’s” ideas with theosophy and freemasonry. We have seen the analogy drawn between the three. The Theosophical concept is based on an ancient doctrine about cycles of the cosmos, the evolution of future man, and emanationism. The idea of Coudenhove-Kalergi is not the Theosophical Concept…

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The Construction of Monotheism: Dever, Stavrakopoulou, LePage, Blavatsky…

Prof. William G. Dever and Francesca Stavrakopoulou on the construction of monotheism. Prof. William G. Dever (Archaeologist, Anthropologist, University of Arizona) says the Torah is a “Minority Report” “To understand Paul, we have to realize that in antiquity, all monotheists were polytheists by our modern definition. Everyone (…) acknowledged the existence of everybody else’s gods. Back then,…

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