Theosophist Magazine July 1970-January 1971 by Sri Ram, N.

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  • Theosophy & Anthroposophy,
  • Theosophy,
  • Religion - World Religions

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Number of Pages508
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Open LibraryOL9825788M
ISBN 100766152316
ISBN 109780766152311

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(There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.). Publication History. The Theosophist was inaugurated in India. The Theosophist is the monthly journal of the international Theosophical Society based in Adyar, India. It was first published on October 1, by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky in Bombay, and has been in production continuously since that date.

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(In Chronological Order) The Theosophist present The Occult Word The Path Lucifer Magazine Theosophical Siftings. Author of An approach to reality, Thoughts for aspirants, Theosophist Magazine May DecemberTheosophist Magazine January AugustLife's Deeper Aspects, Theosophist Magazine September AprilTheosophist Magazine January AugustThe human interest and other addresses and short essays.

Theosophy, pure and simple, in the words of H. Blavatsky, William Q. Judge, and others in an organized library of complete and searchable online texts. No organizational affiliations; no memberships or logins required. Theosophy is a religion established in the United States during the late nineteenth century.

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Categorized by scholars of religion as both a new religious movement and as part of the occultist stream of Western esotericism, it draws upon both older European. The Indian Theosophist July ; Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand Federation Bulletin Jan – March ; Bombay Theosophical Federation Bulletin – July ; The Indian Theosophist, May-June The Indian Theosophist, January – March The Indian Theosophist, May-June The Theosophical Society in America.

Has a Vision of wholeness that inspires a fellowship united in study, meditation, and service.; Has a Mission of encouraging open-minded inquiry into world religions, philosophy, science, and the arts in order to understand the wisdom of the ages, respect the unity of all life, and help people explore spiritual self-transformation.

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Olcott, the Founder-President of the Theosophical Society, delivered his Inaugural Address in New York City. In: The Eclectic Theosophist San Diego, Calif., W Emmett Small, Helen Todd: vol. (), September, p.

5 correspondence - (Zoroastrian views of Reincarnation) In: The Theosophist: a monthly journal devoted to oriental philosophy, art, literature and occultism: vol. 29 (), July, p. correspondence - Reincarnation & Karma.

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See index to back issues of HCT. Theosophy, occult movement originating in the 19th century with roots that can be traced to ancient Gnosticism and Neoplatonism. In modern times, theosophical views have been held by Rosicrucians and by speculative Freemasons.

The New Age movement originated among independent theosophical groups in the s and ’80s. : Theosophist Magazine January August (): RAM, N. Sri: Books. InRobert Crosbie () and a group of Theosophical students founded the United Lodge of Theosophists in Los Angeles, California.

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Blavatsky and W.Q. Judge in the s and. magazine, that after our death, neither of us would, under any circum­ stances appear to, or communicate through, a medium, and that our friends were authorised and requested to denounce as fraudulent any such pretended phenomenon.

By turning to the Theosophist for March,the reader will find, in an article entitled “ Under the. This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. This volume contains the monthly issues of The Theosophist magazine May December It is a magazine of brotherhood, Oriental philosophy, art.

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56, No, 7, July, ); Official Organ of the Theosophical Society in America. Wheaton, IL: American Theosophist, Stapled magazine, large 8vo, 22 pp, good - condition, slight wear and soiling to cover, minor wrinkling to cover, red ink margin marks on two pages.

(cf for instance The Theosophist Julyp. ) Piet Mondriaan, Dutch painter, leading exponent of “de Stijl” whose “neoplastic” style profoundly influenced modern art, architecture, and graphic design ( –) Member of the Theosophical Society.

Beatrice Wood. When Leo Tolstoy was working on his book The Thoughts of Wise People for Every Day, he used a magazine of the Theosophical Society of Germany Theosophischer extracted eight aphorisms of the Indian sage Ramakrishna, eight from The Voice of the Silence by Blavatsky, and one of fellow Theosophist Franz Hartmann, from the issues of andand translated them into.

THE THEOSOPHIST VOL XIX. 10, JULY THERE IS NO RELIGION HIGHER THAN TRUTH. [ Family motto of the Maharajahs of Benare*]. OLD DIARY LEAVES. * Second Oriental Series, Chapter XV.

HE attendance of Delegates at the Convention of was double that of the preceding year, and the feeling exceptionally enthusi­ astic. First published as 'What Theosophy is Not' in 'The Theosophist' magazine in two parts; May-Juneat which time Geoffrey Farthing was General Secretary of the Theosophical Society in England.

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