How to Prove the Occult World Exists? Sri Madhava Ashish Advice on the Theosophical Approach

Sri Madhava Ashish advises us to Search into the Occult World and Field of Studywith as much common-sense and urgency as we do in the Fields of Science. How to prove the occult side of nature exists? Thinking about Perineum Sunning after your Kundalini Yoga; going to the local witch; seeing your plug; or the Continue reading How to Prove the Occult World Exists? Sri Madhava Ashish Advice on the Theosophical Approach

Another Look at Blavatsky and Theosophy on Race and What she said about Indigenous People

What makes the persistent attempt of writers to portray H.P. Blavatsky’s legacyas one of Racism and an influence to the foundation of “Nazi Racial Theory” wrongful and ignorant. H.P. Blavatsky states, that The Secret Doctrine is the product of herself and her two teachers, K.H. and Morya. The theory of the Root Race laid out Continue reading Another Look at Blavatsky and Theosophy on Race and What she said about Indigenous People

The Significance of Blood in Magic and Rites according to Theosophy

Blood is a property very significant in the subject and study of Occultism. Rudolf Steiner, German philosopher (founded Anthroposophy), lecture on esoteric Christianity, The Etherisation of the Blood or his pamphlet, Occult Significance of Blood is an example. The history of the subject follows in accordance with early scientific studies into chemistry, hemotology, etc. As Continue reading The Significance of Blood in Magic and Rites according to Theosophy

The Four Modes of Birth in The Secret Doctrine and the Abhidharmakosa of Buddhism

THE FOUR MODES OF BIRTH DESCRIBED IN INDIAN AND PERSIAN ZOROASTRIAN RELIGIOUS LORE AND ITS MEANING IN THEOSOPHY AND THE SECRET DOCTRINE’S DUAL OR PARALLEL EVOLUTION THEORY ON HUMAN ORIGINS Post Updated 10/1/2019 In the ancient mythologies and literature of these traditions we find accounts of human creation, or modes of birth, found in both Continue reading The Four Modes of Birth in The Secret Doctrine and the Abhidharmakosa of Buddhism

The Nineteenth-Century Popularization of the Desatir | Theosophists, Ishraqis, and Zoroastrianism

The Desatir or Dasātīr (Per. دساتیر lit. “Ordinances”), also known as Dasatir-i-Asmani, is a collection of writings now generally taken to be a literary forgery written in an invented or artificial language, with elements from Indian and Iranian dialects, and Persian grammar. It is recommended in “The Secret Doctrine Reference Series” for Theosophists (Theosophical Society), and is Continue reading The Nineteenth-Century Popularization of the Desatir | Theosophists, Ishraqis, and Zoroastrianism

The Evolution of the God-Idea | H.P. Blavatsky on the Limits of the Greeks and Christians

A section from the 1888 work of H.P. Blavatsky’s The Secret Doctrine (pp. 326-28: Divine Thought, or Cineritious Matter) discusses the evolution of the GOD-IDEA. This is the beginning of some far more dense commentary on occult physics that will be central to the completed three parts on Everything about Lucifer, and The Nineteenth-Century Politicization Continue reading The Evolution of the God-Idea | H.P. Blavatsky on the Limits of the Greeks and Christians

Kalachakra and Theosophy: The Sources of the Book of Dzyan and Kiu-te in The Secret Doctrine and Tantras

“The Secret Doctrine has neither been invented nor exaggerated, but, on the contrary, simply outlined; and finally (…) its teachings antedate the Vedas.” (Helena P. Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine, Vol. 1., pg. xxxvii). Authorship of The Secret Doctrine Concerning the authorship of The Secret Doctrine, a facsimile of a letter from K.H. to William Quan Judge Continue reading Kalachakra and Theosophy: The Sources of the Book of Dzyan and Kiu-te in The Secret Doctrine and Tantras

Light on the Trans-Himalayan Occultists and Origins of Kabbalism – an echo of Lost Chaldean Wisdom

“I have never boasted of any knowledge of Sanskrit, and, when I came to India last, in 1879, knew very superficially the philosophies of the six schools of Brahmanism. I never pretended to teach Sanskrit or explain Occultism in that language. I claimed to know the esoteric philosophy of the trans-Himalayan Occultists and no more. Continue reading Light on the Trans-Himalayan Occultists and Origins of Kabbalism – an echo of Lost Chaldean Wisdom

New York Times Profiles Tony Hovater: H.P. Blavatsky, an Anti-Semitic influence on Nazis?

New York Times Profiles Tony Hovater, and uses a poor source accusing H.P. Blavatsky of being an Anti-Semitic influence on the National Socialists. Theosophists are not of the past, and are thus not invisible. They still exist, independent even of the Theosophical Society, and observe what is said about them. In this last month’s ridiculous Continue reading New York Times Profiles Tony Hovater: H.P. Blavatsky, an Anti-Semitic influence on Nazis?