I have been reading and thinking about liberalism for so long it would be impossible to list and thank all the scholars whose work has informed and shaped mine. HELENA ROSENBLATT, ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS What does it mean to be a liberal, and how has the meaning of the word evolved over decades and even centuries? The … Continue reading The Lost History of Liberalism From Ancient Rome to the Twenty-First Century | Helena Rosenblatt
“Educated people of varying political persuasions celebrated republicanism for its spirit, its morality, its freedom, its sense of friendship and duty, and its vision of society. Republicanism as a set of values and a form of life was much too pervasive, comprehensive, and involved with being liberal and enlightened to be seen as subversive or … Continue reading Gordon S. Wood on Republicanism and Monarchy in the Eighteenth-Century
“There have been times when “a considerable portion of enlightened minds” were taught in our schools. Such times there were in India, Persia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. But, as I remarked (…) the adept is the efflorescence of his age, and comparatively few ever appear in a single century. Earth is the battle-ground of moral no … Continue reading “I Believe in Philosophy” | Hypatia of Alexandria in Agora and History
THEOSOPHIST DR. BHAGAVAN DAS ON THE PRIMAL AND IDEAL STATE AND RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MAN AND WOMAN–WIFE AND HUSBAND BETWEEN GOD, NATURE AND MAN BHAGAVAN DAS INTRODUCTION Dr. Bhagavan Das (1869-1958) was an Indian Theosophist, a scholar of Sanskrit and Hindi, and educator who served as General Secretary of the Indian Section of the Theosophical Society … Continue reading The Divine Family: A Theosophist on Family Tradition, Sex and The Primal and Ideal State of Man and Woman
Any mention or criticism of Bhagavan Das in THE IRONY OF APOLITICISM, is not reflective of the author’s view about the work and life of Dr. Bhagavan Das, whose main three volume-length books remain guides for me. I was critiquing the ‘fallacy of apoliticism,’ and the Post-War Foreign Policy and socio-religio-political mentality known as internationalism … Continue reading Why I Critiqued Bhagavan Das On The Evils Of Nationalism
The Idealism of a Life of the Spirit in all of its strength that is capable of being held, has its eternal place with us.
But what is in a word? Everything…especially when you’re misusing a word however you want to. “Kirk himself was unequivocally traditionalist (…) it is surprising that young libertarians claim a thinker who declared, “Conservatism is not simply a defense of ‘capitalism.’” (…) The essential traditionalist, Kirk declared that “we need to guide ourselves by the … Continue reading How the Era of Republican Revolution in the 18th century Provide Insight into American Conservative Thinking
Sri Madhava Ashish advises us to Search into the Occult World and Field of Studywith as much common-sense and urgency as we do in the Fields of Science. How to prove the occult side of nature exists? Thinking about Perineum Sunning after your Kundalini Yoga; going to the local witch; seeing your plug; or the … Continue reading How to Prove the Occult World Exists? Sri Madhava Ashish Advice on the Theosophical Approach
In Reactions to Julius Evola on Buddhism, Jean Varenne had written in her introduction to his book The Doctrine of Awakening, that a man like Julius Evola was particularly suitable to dispel misconceptions of Buddhism and Siddhartha spread by Western perspectives of his teachings as docile, feminized, etc. In “Negrified America,” I gave Julius Evola’s … Continue reading Calling-out Racist Occultists and Esotericists? This is What I think about Philosophers like Evola
THE TWO PATHS II — (ADDITIONAL COMMENTARY) Originally published 2016. SEE The Force and its Sides in Star Wars and Theosophical Literature FOR CONTEXT. Despite all that we elucidate upon, people are convinced of the existences of true manifested and corporeal evil of supernatural origin. Now, many of the popular themes we’ve grown up with … Continue reading Good and Bad Adepts | The Force and its Sides in Star Wars and Theosophical Literature
INTRODUCTION Loose analogy is often drawn between our subjects, which is Theosophy with that of National Socialism and Fascism. Despite what anyone may personally feel against discussing this topic, it must be dealt with in numerous ways, and from numerous angles, as much and as vigorously and combative as the researchers who draw these analogies … Continue reading One Way to Rebut Researchers and Scholars Who Tie Theosophy to the Origins of Fascism and Nazi Ideology
The German Mythos of the Blood IN NATIONAL SOCIALISM AND GERMAN OCCULTISM “Blood is a Very Special Fluid” FAUST, ACT I, SCENE 4. The Aryan racial view that entered Fascism does not derive from Theosophy, but from German Ariosophy. It is also a concept in fact, not originally integrated into Fascism, as it is in … Continue reading The Belief in the Godly-Essence of the Teuton in the German Mythos of the Blood
Eric Whitacre’s “Deep Field: The Impossible Magnitude of our Universe” is a unique film, contemplative, visual and musical experience inspired by one of the most important scientific discoveries of all time: the Hubble Telescope’s Deep Field image.