Rewriting the History of Science: Roger J. Boscovich in the Secret Doctrine

Despite a few grammatical errors in this obscure journal article, Roger J. Anderton examines the use of Roger J. Boscovich (1711-1787), a Rasgusan physicist in the Esoteric Tradition of Blavatsky’s “The Secret Doctrine” (1888). R.J. Anderton argues that ancient notions have passed down to the great philosophers, and into modern physics. This history is hidden, not by Continue reading Rewriting the History of Science: Roger J. Boscovich in the Secret Doctrine

The Problems with the “Master Jesus” Wikipedia Article

THE WIKIPEDIA ARTICLE ON “MASTER JESUS” ON THEOSOPHY IS INACCURATE, and does not portray the philosophical teachings of Modern Theosophy. The Ascended Masters Teachings should not be defined as part of Modern Theosophy. If any self-identified individual, or organization is promoting that Society’s literature and ideas with their own New Age teachings, than it is Continue reading The Problems with the “Master Jesus” Wikipedia Article

The Hidden-Hand Theory: C.W. Leadbeater’s ideas about an Inner Government of the World

“We must now be realistic, or we do the cause great harm.” (Edward L. Gardner, in 1963) Realistic, meaning we tell the public the truth, without letting them discover it for themselves. (…) Before the appearance of modern Theosophical literature it was ‘Spirits’ and ‘Controls’ that were ever in the mouths of these folk; now the Continue reading The Hidden-Hand Theory: C.W. Leadbeater’s ideas about an Inner Government of the World

Timeline B: Modern Theosophists (1875-1935)

Timeline B Notable Influences – new era of Western Occult Research 1875 The founding of the Theosophical Society, in New York. Some co-founders: H.P. Blavatsky, Henry Steel Olcott, William Quan Judge, Charles Sotheran, Emma Hardinge Britten and other formers. 1877 “Isis Unveiled,” written by H.P. Blavatsky, is published. 1878 Henry Steel Olcott and H.P. Blavatsky start travelling to Continue reading Timeline B: Modern Theosophists (1875-1935)

Theosophy and Freemasonry: Esoteric Schools within the Theosophical Society

The Theosophical Society did not become a secret, or occult fraternity, but it is true that the ideal for the Society was not to be a mere intellectual or literary society. Dr. Gregory Tillett of Australia dealt with this issue in his Paper presented to the Theosophical History Conference in San Diego, June, 1992. Notes from Continue reading Theosophy and Freemasonry: Esoteric Schools within the Theosophical Society

Edith Starr Miller’s “Occult Theocrasy” on Theosophy and the Illuminati

Known as Lady Queensborough, her real name was Edith Starr Miller (1887-1933). Edith Starr Miller, an active member of Fascist leagues, sought it her utmost duty as an anti-Mormon Christian to find every religion other than her Christianity conduits in a Satanic, and Luciferian plot to overthrow “Judeo-Christian civilization.” Edith Starr Miller argued in her second work, Continue reading Edith Starr Miller’s “Occult Theocrasy” on Theosophy and the Illuminati

Sam Harris dishonesty about Helena Blavatsky in “Waking Up”

Sam Harris mentions Helena P. Blavatsky in the first chapter of Waking Up: Guide on Spirituality without Religion (2014), and he committed a poor mistake, with a very inaccurate, and incompetent account. It is rare for such an author to even mention Blavatsky, but it is unfortunate again, as always, that it is a slight, Continue reading Sam Harris dishonesty about Helena Blavatsky in “Waking Up”

Anagarika Dharmapala and Gandhi Distrusted Charles Leadbeater and Besant

Anagarika Dharmapala was a Buddhist revivalist from Sri Lanka, who founded the Maha Bodhi Society May, 31, 1891. He was also an active member of the Theosophical Society. Dharmapala provides his insight into the controversies in the history of the organization known as the Theosophical Society. Upon reading about the Masters from Alfred P. Sinnet’s Continue reading Anagarika Dharmapala and Gandhi Distrusted Charles Leadbeater and Besant