Republican and Progressive Pioneer: Giuseppe Mazzini’s Political Thought and his influence on President Woodrow Wilson

Giuseppe Mazzini was a uniquely influential figure and revolutionary in the line of Republican tradition. The Pillar of American Thought – Republicanism, a Way of Life Republicanism during the Enlightenment period was a global revolutionary phenomena throughout France, Spain, China, England, Ireland, Latin America, etc., hence, a tradition (the over-arching philosophy) in and of itself Continue reading Republican and Progressive Pioneer: Giuseppe Mazzini’s Political Thought and his influence on President Woodrow Wilson

H.P. Blavatsky involvement in Italian Politics with Garibaldi and Mazzini, and the Carbonari’s Role in the Republican Revolutions

Blavatsky interest in Italian Politics, and the Carbonari It is not enough to study history, but to make history, and the movers of history is a function we take interest in. The subject of the relation between Secret Societies, Politics and Theosophy is a fascinating side of history, and the thing is, while we are Continue reading H.P. Blavatsky involvement in Italian Politics with Garibaldi and Mazzini, and the Carbonari’s Role in the Republican Revolutions

First Thoughts about “The Secret School of Wisdom: The Authentic Rituals and Doctrines of the Illuminati”

I am highly satisfied with my copy of “The Secret School of Wisdom: The Authentic Rituals and Doctrines of the Illuminati.” I cannot believe how much error exists regarding this historical order, but we now understand the reasons orders such as the Bavarian Illuminati Order are demonized to avert us common man from discovering things, Continue reading First Thoughts about “The Secret School of Wisdom: The Authentic Rituals and Doctrines of the Illuminati”

Maria Carlson on the Influence of Theosophy on Russian Culture in the Russian Silver Age

Maria Carlson attempted to demonstrate the understudied value Theosophy had on Russia, and that in Russian culture, the influence of Theosophy was not underestimated by its Russian contemporaries. Many pages have been written on the history of Theosophy in the United States and Western Europe, but not Russia. Maria Carlson argues, that Theosophy transformed the “creative Continue reading Maria Carlson on the Influence of Theosophy on Russian Culture in the Russian Silver Age

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

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

The Chief Accusations made about Helena P. Blavatsky: The Hodgson-Coulomb Case, Plagiarism, and Inventing the Adepts

The Chief Accusations made about Helena P. Blavatsky: The Hodgson-Coulomb Case, Plagiarism, and Inventing the Adepts, pdf. Contents What was the Hodgson Report Account of Constance Wachtmeister the day the S.P.R. hit H.P.B.’s Desk Walter A. Carrithers on the Hodgson-Coulomb Case Helena Blavatsky Defends her Writings Sylvia Cranston on Accusations of Plagiarism in Blavatsky’s Writings Continue reading The Chief Accusations made about Helena P. Blavatsky: The Hodgson-Coulomb Case, Plagiarism, and Inventing the Adepts

Edward Heneage Dering’s “Esoteric Buddhism: The New Gospel of Atheism”

Edward Heneage Dering’s 29 page critique of theosophist A.P. Sinnett’s Esoteric Buddhism, The Occult World, and the Letters in The New Gospel of Atheism” (1887). This work can be compared to Per Faxneld’s Blavatsky the Satanist: Luciferianism in Theosophy and its Implications in its method of quoting, but still manages to misrepresent his opponent. However, what Continue reading Edward Heneage Dering’s “Esoteric Buddhism: The New Gospel of Atheism”

The Rise of Occult Philosophy: Its Role and Declining State of Religion

Religion ‘in process of decay’ a disciple adds, stating that “the Most Absurd Religions Die Hard […] with Throes of Terrible Agony.” It is not the Sciences and Atheism that will challenge, or potentially root out the human beliefs on religion, and its function in the economy of man. When true Theosophists and occult academicians come Continue reading The Rise of Occult Philosophy: Its Role and Declining State of Religion