‘The Greatest Curse to a Nation is a Form of Faith that Prevents Inquiry’

“True philosophy and divine truth are convertible terms. A religion which dreads the light cannot be a religion based on either truth or philosophy — hence, it must be false. The ancient Mysteries were mysteries to the profane only, whom the hierophant never sought nor would accept as proselytes; to the initiates the Mysteries became Continue reading ‘The Greatest Curse to a Nation is a Form of Faith that Prevents Inquiry’

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

John Adams Letter to the Officers of the First Brigade: Constitution, Morality and Religion

John Adams states, the American Constitution is meant for a religious and moral people. John Adams abhorred slavery. The conception of a race-based U.S. republic — built on the slavish servitude of other peoples — is incompatible and contradictory with the ideals of the Union. John Adams to the First Brigade of the Militia of Continue reading John Adams Letter to the Officers of the First Brigade: Constitution, Morality and Religion

“The Great Master’s Letter”: Chief Abbot of Transhimalaya Brotherhood explain Enlightenment and the Mission of Theosophy

The Maha-chohan letter, or “The Great Master’s Letter” is a key letter in the Theosophical collection of works about the ‘Truth’ of Divine Enlightenment and the real mission and cause of Theosophy reported by K.H. to Alfred P. Sinnett. The chief of K.H. and Morya explains his view on the role of Theosophy in aiding a Continue reading “The Great Master’s Letter”: Chief Abbot of Transhimalaya Brotherhood explain Enlightenment and the Mission of Theosophy

Julius Evola on ‘Modern Occultism’ and Theosophists

“On the whole, however, I always preserved my independence, frequently even voicing my lack of regard for modern ‘occultism’. Modern occultist currents certainly played a useful, if limited, role in my case, the role they generally play in the contemporary world: that of providing an initial starting point. It is then up to each individual Continue reading Julius Evola on ‘Modern Occultism’ and Theosophists

The Force and its Sides in Star Wars and Theosophical Literature

There are two central concepts similar between Theosophy and Star Wars The Force The Paths  The Force “All that is good, noble, and grand in human nature, every divine faculty and aspiration, were cultured by the Priest-Philosophers who sought to develop them in their Initiates. Their code of ethics, based on altruism, has become universal.” Continue reading The Force and its Sides in Star Wars and Theosophical Literature

“Time destroys the speculations of man”

“I fully expect to see the pragmatist view of truth run through the classic stages of a theory’s career. First, you know, a new theory is attacked as absurd; then it is admitted to be true, but obvious and insignificant; finally it is seen to be so important that its adversaries claim that they themselves Continue reading “Time destroys the speculations of man”