Why I Critiqued Bhagavan Das On The Evils Of Nationalism

Any mention or criticism of Bhagavan Das in THE IRONY OF APOLITICISM, is not reflective of the author’s view about the work and life of Dr. Bhagavan Das, whose main three volume-length books remain guides for me. I was critiquing the ‘fallacy of apoliticism,’ and the Post-War Foreign Policy and socio-religio-political mentality known as internationalism Continue reading Why I Critiqued Bhagavan Das On The Evils Of Nationalism

First Thoughts about “The Secret School of Wisdom: The Authentic Rituals and Doctrines of the Illuminati”

I am highly satisfied with my copy of “The Secret School of Wisdom: The Authentic Rituals and Doctrines of the Illuminati.” I cannot believe how much error exists regarding this historical order, and so fail to understand the reasons the Bavarian Illuminati Order is demonized, as if it was a ploy to avert common man Continue reading First Thoughts about “The Secret School of Wisdom: The Authentic Rituals and Doctrines of the Illuminati”

The Characteristics of a True Theosophist | Vincente Hao Chin, Jr.

Vicente Hao Chin, Jr. says, Helena P. Blavatsky, the principal co-founder of the Theosophical Society, distinguished between a member of the Theosophical Society and a true theosophist. “True Theosophists, as true Christians are very, very few” (CW VIII:159). Scattered throughout her writings, she mentions certain characteristics of a true theosophist: a. An understanding of the Continue reading The Characteristics of a True Theosophist | Vincente Hao Chin, Jr.

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 principles of a group called Theosophical would be:

[1] “Brotherhood [camaraderie] of man, without distinction of race, color, religion, or social position.
[2] The serious study of the ancient world-religions for purposes of comparison and the selection therefrom of universal ethics;
[3] the study and development of the latent divine powers in man (…)”

Theosophical Glossary (1892) Theosophical Publishing Company, Adyar, 1892, page 328.

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Painter. Jean Baptiste Regnault.