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 Last Temptation of Christ: Jesus meets Paul

What we would say to Christians is no different from what is said here to Paul in this interpretation, and what Paul says is what the Theologian tells us, which we regard as inventions. The ridiculousness of Paul’s dialogue here is reminiscent of the religion today. “You know, I’m glad I met you, because now Continue reading The Last Temptation of Christ: Jesus meets Paul

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

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

A Gem from ‘Poemandres’ and ‘Corinthians’

A man says in the Poemandres: “Upon a time while my mind was meditating on the things that are, my thought was raised to a great height, while the physical senses of my body were held back—just as are the senses of men who are heavy with sleep after a large meal, or from fatigue Continue reading A Gem from ‘Poemandres’ and ‘Corinthians’

Collections from The Secret Doctrine: Gleanings on the Mysteries and the Language of Mythology

follow the trails left by scholars of past “Recent discoveries made by great mathematicians and Kabalists thus prove, beyond a shadow of doubt, that every theology, from the earliest and oldest down to the latest, has sprung not only from a common source of abstract beliefs, but from one universal esoteric, or “Mystery” language. These Continue reading Collections from The Secret Doctrine: Gleanings on the Mysteries and the Language of Mythology