Civic Nationalism and the Linguistic Coup on Western Values

What is Nationalism? Misunderstanding lies often in our confusion of terms and theoretical frame of reference. In the subordination of concepts, “Don’t say Civic (or Ethnic) Nationalism” says Vergilivs Rex. Sympathies with Western tradition are being increasingly identified and repudiated as being indistinct from “white nationalist rhetoric.” Don’t be naive, and further divide by conflating nationalism Continue reading Civic Nationalism and the Linguistic Coup on Western Values

The Identity of Koot Hoomi of Kashmir, and College and Travels

This will briefly give independent information about Helena P. Blavatsky’s teacher K.H., apart from her own information. Since we have often quoted “The Mahatma Letters,” and K.H., it may be beneficial to know that we are not quoting some channelled, imagined disembodied spirit, who may or may have not existed. K.H. and Morya was said to have encouraged Continue reading The Identity of Koot Hoomi of Kashmir, and College and Travels

Karmic Visions: Helena Blavatsky Predicts Europe Catastrophe, World War and Adolf Hitler

I. Helena Blavatsky speaking on Frederick III of Prussia predicts catastrophe for Europe before death, First and Second World War. “In the prognostication of such future events, at any, all foretold on the authority of cyclic recurrences, there is no psychic phenomenon involved. It is neither prevision, nor prophecy; no more than is the signaling Continue reading Karmic Visions: Helena Blavatsky Predicts Europe Catastrophe, World War and Adolf Hitler

Katie Engelhart of Vice News interview Dov Maimon on Israel: “Demography is the key to everything”

Katie Engelhart of Vice News interviewed Dov Maimon in 2016 about the decreasing immigration of Arabs in Israel in Europe’s Jewish Exodus. Many Jews in Europe are still immigrating, in high numbers to the Jewish-majority Israel; but what should be pointed to as worthy of notice is the logic Dov Maimon, the author of The Absorption Continue reading Katie Engelhart of Vice News interview Dov Maimon on Israel: “Demography is the key to everything”

When Helena Blavatsky wrote to a close student of Eliphas Levi on the state of the Western traditions, Kabbalism, and Christological influences. The letter highlights something to be taken into important account and not by-pass it as insignificant, or a trifling detail. She states, Eliphas Levi helps us so far, as it helps to compare Western philosophers and theologists with Eastern esotericism. In another case, H.P.B. even compares the tenets and interpretations of Father Eliphas Levi (who later became more conservative in life) accepted by European Occultists, with that of the Eastern esoteric explanations.


Baron J. Spéalieri and Helena Blavatsky Correspondence Letter

Madam, – Since you have published a posthumous letter of my master and beloved friend, the late Éliphas Lévi, I think it would be agreeable to you to publish, if judged suitable, a few extracts of the many manuscripts in my possession, written expressly for, and given to, me by my ever regretted master.

To begin with, I send you “Stray Thoughts on Death and Satan” from his pen.

I cannot close this letter without expressing the deep indignation aroused in me by the base diatribes published in the London Spiritualist against your Society and its members. Every honest heart is irritated at such unfair treatment, especially when proceeding from a man of honour as Mr. Harrison (editor of The Spiritualist) who admits in his journal anonymous contributions that are tantamount to libels.

With the utmost respect, I remain, Madam,’

Yours devotedly,

– (BARON) J. SPÉALIERI
Marseilles, July 29th, 1881

“The late Éliphas Lévi was the most learned Kabalist and Occultist of our age in Europe, and everything from his pen is precious to us, in so far as it helps us to compare notes with the Eastern Occult doctrines and, by the light thrown upon both, to prove to the world of Spiritualists and Mystics, that the two systems – the Eastern Âryan, and the Western or the Chaldæo-Jewish Kabalah – are one in their principal metaphysical tenets. Only, while the Eastern Occultists have never lost the key to their esotericism, and are daily verifying and elaborating their doctrines by personal experiments, and by the additional light of modern science, the Western or Jewish Kabalists, besides having been misled for centuries by the introduction of foreign elements in it such as Christian dogmas, dead-letter interpretations of the Bible, etc., have most undeniably lost the true key to the esoteric meaning of Simeon Ben Iochai’s Kabalah, and are trying to make up for the loss by interpretations emanating from the depths of their imagination and inner consciousness . . . “

— Extract from H.P. Blavatsky, The Theosophist, Vol. III. No. 1, Oct., 1881.

The Bavarian Illuminati, Weishaupt, and Illuminati Pop Lies

Illuminati Pop Lies vs. Secret Society Truth with Josef Wäges When we deny pop culture myths, and religious beliefs, such as goat demon-kings and Illuminati, it is not to deflect. We are trying to protect the actual history, and legacy of something from an evident wave of human stupidity. The Roman Catholic Church, the monarchy, and the Continue reading The Bavarian Illuminati, Weishaupt, and Illuminati Pop Lies

“I Dread The Appearance In Print Of Our Philosophy” | The Mahatma Letter No. 56

“By most of your gold worshipping countrymen our facts and theorems would be denominated fancy-flights, the dreams of madmen.” The Occult Philosophy taught to the Theosophists does not belong to them, but to the men, that were teachers to H.P.B. There has been much disrespectful misrepresentation and abuse of that philosophy which has devalued perception Continue reading “I Dread The Appearance In Print Of Our Philosophy” | The Mahatma Letter No. 56

Samuel Fales Dunlap on the Ancient Origin of Names of Great Gods, Cities, Rivers and Countries

Ancient Origin of Names of Great Gods figured by Samuel F. Dunlap, demonstrates that the ancient systems, considered pagan, with the ancient Hebrew system, contained a conception of the Hidden God, that was one under different names; proven phonetically, in connection with ancient cities, rivers, nations, etc. — “Ogygia me Bacchum vocat; Osirin Ægyptian putat; Mysi Phanacem Continue reading Samuel Fales Dunlap on the Ancient Origin of Names of Great Gods, Cities, Rivers and Countries