U.G. Krishnamurti: Recollects the Second-Generation Theosophical Society

Second Generation refers to a shifted leadership in the Theosophical Society, with international headquarters in Adyar, Madras, post-1890’s, and led by Annie Besant in 1907 til her death. The second generation Theosophists drift from a teaching of progressive evolution to a program of “progressive millenialism,” says Catherine Wessinger, in her The Second Generation Leaders of Continue reading U.G. Krishnamurti: Recollects the Second-Generation Theosophical Society

Jiddu Krishnamurti repudiates the Convergence of Theosophy and his Teaching

The most comprehensive collection of Krishnamurti’s true thoughts on Theosophy. Gathered by the Rishi Valley Study Centre (Working Paper #4, May 1995, Revised October 1996 by Hans and Radhika Herzberger). Jiddu Krishnamurti utterly rejected the convergence of his thought and Theosophy, and his wishes should be respected. Contemporary Theosophists have to let go of Jiddu Krishnamurti, and trying to Continue reading Jiddu Krishnamurti repudiates the Convergence of Theosophy and his Teaching

The Young Indiana Jones meets Krishnamurti and the Theosophical Society

The Young Indiana Jones meets Jiddu Krishnamurti, Charles Leadbeater and Annie Besant. Created by George Lucas, this is the first part of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles 5. In January, 1910, the Jones family attends a meeting of the Theosophy movement in Benares, India. There young Indy befriends the young Jiddu Krishnamurti, and meets Charles Leadbeater Continue reading The Young Indiana Jones meets Krishnamurti and the Theosophical Society

Timeline B: Modern Theosophists (1875-1935)

Timeline B Notable Influences – new era of Western Occult Research 1875 The founding of the Theosophical Society, in New York. Some co-founders: H.P. Blavatsky, Henry Steel Olcott, William Quan Judge, Charles Sotheran, Emma Hardinge Britten and other formers. 1877 “Isis Unveiled,” written by H.P. Blavatsky, is published. 1878 Henry Steel Olcott and H.P. Blavatsky start travelling to Continue reading Timeline B: Modern Theosophists (1875-1935)

Theosophy and Freemasonry: Esoteric Schools within the Theosophical Society

The Theosophical Society did not become a secret, or occult fraternity, but it is true that the ideal for the Society was not to be a mere intellectual or literary society. Dr. Gregory Tillett of Australia dealt with this issue in his Paper presented to the Theosophical History Conference in San Diego, June, 1992. Notes from Continue reading Theosophy and Freemasonry: Esoteric Schools within the Theosophical Society

The Reluctant Messiah: Truth about Jiddu Krishnamurti and Theosophy

Jiddu Krishnamurti, groomed to become a world prophet and savior, by a Society that lost its purpose. How did a promising organization become a Messiah cult? Since the founding of “The Order of the Rising Sun,” January 11, 1911, by George S. Arundale, a concatenation of ripple-effect raised from dormancy, enfolded and closed the original Continue reading The Reluctant Messiah: Truth about Jiddu Krishnamurti and Theosophy

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