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 Construction of Monotheism: Dever, Stavrakopoulou, LePage, Blavatsky…

Prof. William G. Dever and Francesca Stavrakopoulou on the construction of monotheism. Prof. William G. Dever (Archaeologist, Anthropologist, University of Arizona) says the Torah is a “Minority Report” “To understand Paul, we have to realize that in antiquity, all monotheists were polytheists by our modern definition. Everyone (…) acknowledged the existence of everybody else’s gods. Back then, Continue reading The Construction of Monotheism: Dever, Stavrakopoulou, LePage, Blavatsky…

Al Pacino’s Speech about God in The Devil’s Advocate

“I’m peaking Kevin. It’s my time now.” This is a great scene. This scene has the perfect humor for those of dark tastes. In a way, we are peaking. The ferocity of the lower mind and egotism are peaking. It has always been peaking throughout time. That is our sad and mortal condition. ‘…Lucifer, or Satan is Continue reading Al Pacino’s Speech about God in The Devil’s Advocate

William Q. Judge on Eastern Occultism of Modern Theosophy versus Western Occultism

In The Vahan (Vol. 1., no. 12., 1891. pg. 5), William Q. Judge answers why H.P.B. criticizes Western Occultism, elaborating on the history of Western systems being too corrupted through its syncretism with the Jewish and Biblical tradition, hence the limitations. The Christian Kabbalists, e.g., must adhere to the Bible, and reduce all their knowledge to special Continue reading William Q. Judge on Eastern Occultism of Modern Theosophy versus Western Occultism

Virgin Goddesses in the Ancient Pantheons and Roman Mariolatry

What is the meaning of the Virgin Mother-Goddesses in ancient mythology? In Egypt, Uta-Hor-resenet, a provost of the temples and prophet of the goddess NEITH at Sais had risen to positions of high dignity under the last kings of the 26th (XXVIth) Dynasty. The great King of all lands, Cambyses I, came to Egypt, and the provost taught Continue reading Virgin Goddesses in the Ancient Pantheons and Roman Mariolatry

Sun and Lunar Worship: Adonai, Baal and Moloch in the Mysteries

ADONAI, BAAL AND MOLOCH IN THE MYSTERIES ANCIENT WORSHIP IN SYRIA. DETAILED EXPLANATION OF ANCIENT SUN-GODS. GODS AND NAMES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD. DEMONSTRATING MOST OF THE FAMOUS GOD-NAMES AND ANCIENT RELIGIONS TO BE BASED ON THE MYSTERIES. OF WHICH THE SOLAR AND LUNAR MYSTERIES ARE OF ONE WORSHIP. – “The endeavor has been made to give Continue reading Sun and Lunar Worship: Adonai, Baal and Moloch in the Mysteries

Interpretations of Serpents and Dragons in Theosophy and Ancient Mythology

ANCIENT INITIATES CALLED SERPENTS First Part I. Human Serpents and the Immortal Sages “Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.” (Matthew x: xvi) ⊕ “(…) the “Serpent” and “Dragon” were the names given to the “Wise Ones,” the initiated adepts Continue reading Interpretations of Serpents and Dragons in Theosophy and Ancient Mythology

Transactions of the Blavatsky Lodge: ‘Though They Are Gods, Still They Are Not To Be Worshiped’

“I say there are many gods, but one God of all these gods, incomprehensible and unknown to all (…) a Power of immeasurable and ineffable Light, whose greatness is held to be incomprehensible, a Tower which the maker of the world does not know.” (Simon Magus, Clemens Recognitiones from the Clementine Literature) – “A. (…) Dhyani is Continue reading Transactions of the Blavatsky Lodge: ‘Though They Are Gods, Still They Are Not To Be Worshiped’

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