Russian MS. of H.P.B. criticized V.S. Solovyov’s Review of Theosophy: ‘Theosophists worship the wisdom that is from Above’

‘Theosophists worship the wisdom that is from Above’ In relation to Russian Philosopher Vladimir Solovyov and Charles J. Ryan: ‘H.P.B. did not invent the Tibetan Brotherhood and Chelas’, an insightful Russian MS. (the date reads London, 1890) in H.P. Blavatsky’s handwriting was discovered in the Adyar Archives. It was H.P.B.’s critical response, or correction of V.S. Continue reading Russian MS. of H.P.B. criticized V.S. Solovyov’s Review of Theosophy: ‘Theosophists worship the wisdom that is from Above’

Satan in the Occult Philosophy: Refutations of Past Accusations against Modern Theosophists

SATAN Satan In the Occult Philosophy, Refutation, pdf. “But St. James teaches two kinds of wisdom; a teaching with which we fully concur. He draws a strong line of separation between the divine or noëtic “Sophia”—the Wisdom from above—and the terrestrial, psychic, or devilish wisdom—the Sophia επιγειος ψυχη δαιμονιωδης. For the true Theosophist there is Continue reading Satan in the Occult Philosophy: Refutations of Past Accusations against Modern Theosophists

James M. Pryse’s Works: The Oracular Gnosis of Christianity, Revelations, and the Mysteries of John

THE ORACULAR GNOSIS OF CHRISTIANITY CHRISTIANITY RESTORED TO ITS HELLENIC AND PRIMITIVE FORM  James Morgan Pryse was an author, theosophist and his brother John founded the Gnostic Society in 1928. In The Apocalypse Unsealed (1910) Pryse published the secret key to decoding the esoteric meaning of the Biblical Book of Revelation. In 1914, The Restored New Testament Continue reading James M. Pryse’s Works: The Oracular Gnosis of Christianity, Revelations, and the Mysteries of John

The Liberator-God in Ancient Religion: Salvation and Resurrection of the Initiated

Resurrection of the DEAD and the Liberation of MAN in the MYSTERIES.  Ipsa scientia potestas est “Knowledge itself is power.” (Francis Bacon, Meditationes Sacrae, 1597) The Drama of Graduation in the Mysteries Think only the Greeks and Romans celebrated “the MYSTERIES?” I must be INITIATED, ere I die!! —Aristophanes, Eirene (“Peace” Comedy). The INITIATED, are the “just.”—Aristophanes. “Open your ears, O ye Initiated, Continue reading The Liberator-God in Ancient Religion: Salvation and Resurrection of the Initiated

Baptized with Fire: Proclus and Simonian Theosophy on the Symbolism of Fire and Water

“I baptize you with water (υδορ), but (…) he shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost (Paraklêtos) and with fire (pyro or πῦρ)” LUKE 3:16 Iaonnes baptizes Iesous with water, and it goes on to say that Iesous will baptize with the FIRE, being the higher knowledge, or Gnosis. The Meaning of Fire in Baptism Is it the fire on Continue reading Baptized with Fire: Proclus and Simonian Theosophy on the Symbolism of Fire and Water

What Are Polemicists: In Defense of the Polemicist – Lecture by Jersey Flight

What is a Polemicist? The act of polemics is that of the contrarian, and derives from the Greek. In the Greek it has the meaning of being war-like, or hostile. The act of polemics is a militant reply in the form of reasoned arguments against a proposition regarded as worthy of defense. The polemicist is a man or woman of Continue reading What Are Polemicists: In Defense of the Polemicist – Lecture by Jersey Flight

Gnosticism and Christianity: Irenaeus (Bishop of Lyon) Disputes with Gnostic Narcissus—Roman Sages recount the Issue with the Christians—The Rule of Faith

A Dramatic Act of Irenaeus disputing with Gnostic Narcissus, a pupil of Valentinus. The early Church saw the Gnostic’s intellectual form of Christianity incapable of reaching the poor, uneducated masses, these historians argue. The first thing one may think of the Christians and Romans is the story of Christians fighting in the Colosseum against lions. It gives Continue reading Gnosticism and Christianity: Irenaeus (Bishop of Lyon) Disputes with Gnostic Narcissus—Roman Sages recount the Issue with the Christians—The Rule of Faith