The Septenary Principles of Man: Zurvanite (Zoroastrianism) and Theosophical Classification

R. C. Zaehner, Zurvan. A Zoroastrian Dilemma, Oxford, 1955, pp. 323, 334) demonstrates, that the Zurvanite Zoroastrian (a now extinct school of thought) classification (referring to levels of being or existence) is near identical to the Tāraka Rāja Yoga classification. However, as the Theosophical [esoteric] classification show, that the septenary division of man is explained in Continue reading The Septenary Principles of Man: Zurvanite (Zoroastrianism) and Theosophical Classification

Theosophy and Platonism: The Seven Principles of the Human Constitution

The concept of the Septenary Constitution describes two distinct beings in man: (1) The spiritual (or monadic); and (2) the physical (or somatic), i.e.— “The man who thinks and the man who records as much of these thoughts as it is able to assimilate.” †In Theosophy, the spiritual constitution is termed the “imperishable triad.” It Continue reading Theosophy and Platonism: The Seven Principles of the Human Constitution

Fohat: The Universal Electric Entity – Danny Wilten

“When an Occultist speaks of Fohat — the energising and guiding intelligence in the Universal Electric or Vital Fluid, — he is laughed at. Withal, as now shown, neither the nature of electricity, nor of Life nor even of Light, are to this day understood. The Occultist sees in the manifestation of every force in Nature, the Continue reading Fohat: The Universal Electric Entity – Danny Wilten

The Doctrine of Emanationism and Triple-Scheme of Evolution

Emanationism and Evolution The Theosophical Glossary describes the difference between Emanationism and Evolution: “In its metaphysical meaning, it is opposed to Evolution, yet one with it. Science teaches that evolution is physiologically a mode of generation in which the germ that develops the fœtus pre-exists already in the parent, the development and final form and characteristics of Continue reading The Doctrine of Emanationism and Triple-Scheme of Evolution

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