Another Look at Blavatsky and Theosophy on Race and What she said about Indigenous People

What makes the persistent attempt of writers to portray H.P. Blavatsky’s legacyas one of Racism and an influence to the foundation of “Nazi Racial Theory” wrongful and ignorant. H.P. Blavatsky states, that The Secret Doctrine is the product of herself and her two teachers, K.H. and Morya. The theory of the Root Race laid out Continue reading Another Look at Blavatsky and Theosophy on Race and What she said about Indigenous People

This Is What You Should Know About Adam Weishaupt To Understand The Real History And Aim Of The Bavarian Illuminati And Similar Orders

COMMENTARY I. A MAN WITH AN IDEA OF HIS OWN Johann Adam Weishaupt was an ordinary man—with an idea. He identified with the causes of the ancient philosophers, just as we do. Weishaupt spoke naturally in the manner of our thought, for I have too reasoned the same idea through my learning of the subjects Continue reading This Is What You Should Know About Adam Weishaupt To Understand The Real History And Aim Of The Bavarian Illuminati And Similar Orders

“Negrified America” | Julius Evola’s view of Blacks

COMMENTARY This article can be studied with other related ones contrasting Rene Guenon and Julius Evola, Fascism and National Socialism from that of the Theosophists of the Nineteenth-Century. Julius Evola on Occultism and Theosophy, tells us, that he had outgrown Theosophical and Anthroposophical speculations in Julius Evola on ‘Modern Occultism’ and Theosophists. Hence, he adopted Continue reading “Negrified America” | Julius Evola’s view of Blacks

The Nineteenth-Century Popularization of the Desatir | Theosophists, Ishraqis, and Zoroastrianism

The Desatir or Dasātīr (Per. دساتیر lit. “Ordinances”), also known as Dasatir-i-Asmani, is a collection of writings now generally taken to be a literary forgery written in an invented or artificial language, with elements from Indian and Iranian dialects, and Persian grammar. It is recommended in “The Secret Doctrine Reference Series” for Theosophists (Theosophical Society), and is Continue reading The Nineteenth-Century Popularization of the Desatir | Theosophists, Ishraqis, and Zoroastrianism

Pope Leo XIII’s Encyclical Humanum Genus on Freemasonry

Pope Leo XIII on Freemasonry and the Sacred Congregation on Catholics becoming Masons. Concerning their attitude toward the Freemasons, we may turn to a summation in Pope Leo XIII’s Encyclical on Freemasonry (Humanum Genus). Below is the 1981 document on the Status of Catholics becoming Freemasons in the Church from the Office of the Sacred Continue reading Pope Leo XIII’s Encyclical Humanum Genus on Freemasonry

The Difficult Jargon of Occultists and the Graeco-Latin Terminology of Scientists

“These sciences are, and have been for ages, hidden from the vulgar, for the very good reason that they would never be appreciated by the selfish educated classes, who would misuse them for their own profit, and thus turn the Divine science into black magic, nor by the uneducated, who would not understand them. It is often Continue reading The Difficult Jargon of Occultists and the Graeco-Latin Terminology of Scientists

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”