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Tag: Theosophical Movement

‘The snub-nosed Saxons’ [Borderland Magazine, 1894]

THE SNUB-NOSEDSAXONS Borderland Magazine, October 15th, 1894 tributehighlights influence of Blavatsky in the successful periodsof the theosophical movement on the cultural milieu.  “If everything be true that Dr. Hodgson and the […]

“The Forlorn Hope” Letter, 1882.

“The Forlorn Hope,”‡. Received in Allahabad, Feb., 1882. “One or two of us hoped that the world had so far advanced intellectually, if not intuitionally, that the Occult doctrine might […]

Rebuttal of Rene Guenon’s Critique of Modern Theosophy

References [1] Rene Guénon, Theosophy: History of a Pseudo-Religion, Second Impression 2004.[2] Richard Smoley, Against Blavatsky: Rene Geunon’s Critique of Theosophy.[3] Jeanine G. Miller, The Blazing Dragon of Wisdom.[4] Vera Petrovna […]

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, […]