William Quan Judge: “The Occultist is reverently and progressively Gnostic”

“The modern scientist is confessedly and boastfully agnostic. The occultist is reverently and progressively gnostic. Modern science recognizes matter as ‘living’ and ‘dead,’ ‘organic’ and ‘inorganic,’ and ‘Life’ as merely a phenomenon of matter. Occult science recognizes, ‘foremost of all, the postulate that there is no such thing in Nature as inorganic substances or bodies.” Continue reading William Quan Judge: “The Occultist is reverently and progressively Gnostic”

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

The Post-Christian Successors to the Mysteries

Pages 305-307, Collected Writings, Vol. 14. “Thus it is not Judaism and Christianity that remodelled the ancient Pagan Wisdom, but rather the latter that put its heathen curb, quietly and insensibly, on the new faith; and this, moreover, was still further influenced by the Eclectic Theosophical system, the direct emanation of the Wisdom-Religion. All that is Continue reading The Post-Christian Successors to the Mysteries

The Seven Numerations of Nature in the Egyptian Hieroglyphs and Trans-Himalayan Occult Tenet

The Secret Doctrine defends the doctrine on the Seven Numerations of Man and Nature, held by the Trans-Himalayan Occultists’ School taught in the Theosophical system. Helena Blavatsky did not invent Theosophy, nor this concept, but explains it in no way others have hitherto done. She further tied this to Greek Esotericism (Theosophy and Platonism: The Seven Continue reading The Seven Numerations of Nature in the Egyptian Hieroglyphs and Trans-Himalayan Occult Tenet