Morten Lauridsen Nordic Chamber Choir Translation — Latin text O magnum mysterium, et admirabile sacramentum, ut animalia viderent Dominum natum, jacentem in praesepio! Beata Virgo, cuius viscera meruerunt portare Dominum Iesum […]
The Religious Right | Full Frontal with Samantha Bee | TBS The Religious Right | Full Frontal with Samantha Bee | TBS II “I am for freedom of religion, and […]
Salve Mater Misericordiae. I have many Gregorian chants. This Polish Zabrze Youth Choir (Zabrzański Chór Młodzieżowy) stood out years ago to me. I like the very old songs of the […]
“Lament of the Mother of God” Winchester Cathedral Choir with Solveig Kringelborn.
What we would say to Christians is no different from what is said here to Paul in this interpretation, and what Paul says is what the Theologian tells us, which […]
“Mother and Child” “Hail Maria, Hail Sophia…” Hail Nature, Hail Spirit, Wisdom of God, Soul of the World.
HELENA P. BLAVATSKY NOT THE “MOTHER OF THE NEW AGE” WOULD HAVE SCORNED “NEW AGE MOVEMENT” AND INFLUENCES. H.P.B. COINS THE TERM “PSEUDO-THEOSOPHY,” FOR THEOSOPHISTS AND OTHERS THAT WERE PALMING OFF […]
Among the most riveting pieces orchestrated by John Tavener you could and should treat yourself to.
There’s a collation of H.P.B.’s writings on Jesuitry and Masonry in The Christian Scheme: Jesuitry and Masonry in Parts I, II, III, IV, V, VI. H.P.B. defends in her writings the ethics and […]
Dr. Jean-Louis Siémons article Theosofia in Neo-Platonic and Christian Literature (2nd to 6th Century A.D.), Theosophical History Centre, London, 1988, pp. 24-26. Dr. Siémons was an Associate of the United Lodge […]
Peter D. Ouspensky, a Russian philosopher and student of Armenian mystic, George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff around 1870 recounts a conversation he had with him in his book, In Search of the […]