Pro and Con Sources on Controversies about the Theosophical Society

Pro and Con Sources Dr. James Santucci, a scholar of comparative religion, and editor of Theosophical History wrote: “All too often, this subject [Theosophy & Blavatsky], when it is discussed in scholarly circles, is presented in a most unscholarly fashion. Falsehoods are perpetuated and original research is not actively pursued.”  Why Take Blavatsky Seriously? by Continue reading Pro and Con Sources on Controversies about the Theosophical Society

The Mission of Ammonius Saccas and the New Platonists of Alexandria

The aim of Ammonious Saccas, Greek philosopher from Alexandria and founder of the New Platonic Eclectic School, was to reconcile the plethora of sects in Egypt and Palestine at the time; and perhaps all sects, peoples, and nations under one common cause and faith. The central object was faith in one immutable, nameless, inexorable Divine Continue reading The Mission of Ammonius Saccas and the New Platonists of Alexandria