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 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 Psychical Research Society say about her, it only heightens the mystery, and adds to the marvel of the influence which Madame Blavatsky undoubtedly has exercised, Continue reading ‘The snub-nosed Saxons’ [Borderland Magazine, 1894]

Adepts in America in 1776 » William Q. Judge’s Speculations prompt Blavatsky to Question “Illuminati” Theory

ADEPTS IN AMERICA 1776? DID ANY ADEPTS GET INVOLVED IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. WILLIAM Q. JUDGE PUBLISHED IN THEOSOPHIST 1883 SUGGESTIONS HE PLACES AS THOSE OF HIS OWN RESPONSIBILITY WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF ANY ADEPTS. AN ORTHODOX HINDU CHHABIGRAM DOLATRAM WRITES TO H.P.B. FOR CLARIFICATION AND SHE QUESTIONS THE THEORY ‘Illuminati’ def. (Lat.). The “Enlightened”, Continue reading Adepts in America in 1776 » William Q. Judge’s Speculations prompt Blavatsky to Question “Illuminati” Theory

U.G. Krishnamurti: Recollects the Second-Generation Theosophical Society

Second Generation refers to a shifted leadership in the Theosophical Society, with international headquarters in Adyar, Madras, post-1890’s, and led by Annie Besant in 1907 til her death. The second generation Theosophists drift from a teaching of progressive evolution to a program of “progressive millenialism,” says Catherine Wessinger, in her The Second Generation Leaders of Continue reading U.G. Krishnamurti: Recollects the Second-Generation Theosophical Society

Apoliticism in the Theosophical Movement (1875-1935)

A. There is a reason to be skeptical of the idea the Theosophical Movement was APOLITICAL. What some people mean by the term is centrist. If you are apolitical, it means you are a centrist to some people, but this is relative to where you live, because in the political life of Canadians, associating apolitical with centrism Continue reading Apoliticism in the Theosophical Movement (1875-1935)

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?

Eric Kurlander on German and Austrian Occultism, and the Politicization of Populist Folkdom

The National Socialists tried to subvert German Theosophists to support the Reich. “There’s a general trend toward a post-traditional spiritualism or transcendentalism in France and Britain (and there are many good books that look at those movements in parallel to Germany). The difference I think is that it was more privatized and apolitical. The kind Continue reading Eric Kurlander on German and Austrian Occultism, and the Politicization of Populist Folkdom

The Identity of Koot Hoomi of Kashmir, and College and Travels

This will briefly give independent information about Helena P. Blavatsky’s teacher K.H., apart from her own information. Since we have often quoted “The Mahatma Letters,” and K.H., it may be beneficial to know that we are not quoting some channelled, imagined disembodied spirit, who may or may have not existed. K.H. and Morya was said to have encouraged Continue reading The Identity of Koot Hoomi of Kashmir, and College and Travels

Jiddu Krishnamurti repudiates the Convergence of Theosophy and his Teaching

The most comprehensive collection of Krishnamurti’s true thoughts on Theosophy. Gathered by the Rishi Valley Study Centre (Working Paper #4, May 1995, Revised October 1996 by Hans and Radhika Herzberger). Jiddu Krishnamurti utterly rejected the convergence of his thought and Theosophy, and his wishes should be respected. Contemporary Theosophists have to let go of Jiddu Krishnamurti, and trying to Continue reading Jiddu Krishnamurti repudiates the Convergence of Theosophy and his Teaching