G. de Purucker’s Introduction to the Esoteric Tradition: The Word “Dogma”

G. de Purucker in his introduction of the Esoteric Tradition (1940) explains the meaning of theosophy being non-dogmatic. It demonstrates, that the modern theosophists rejected belief in (and describes the reason the theosophist does not engage in) worshiping the gods and the initiated. Dogma in The Esoteric Tradition by G. de Purucker “The word dogma Continue reading G. de Purucker’s Introduction to the Esoteric Tradition: The Word “Dogma”

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