Mar 15, 2012

A MARCH 2012 REPORT FROM THE EDITORS

The Aquarian Theosophist


It was announced last February that from March 2012 “The Aquarian Theosophist” would be produced and circulated by the editors of  www.TheosophyOnline.com,  www.Esoteric-Philosophy.com   and   www.FilosofiaEsoterica.com .  

This is a report of events in March. While the old blog of “The Aquarian Theosophist” is still working, we have created a new blog and enlarged the circulation structure of the journal.  

The publication can now be read in new places. It  has  its own specific  sections  at  www.TheosophyOnline.com   and   www.FilosofiaEsoterica.com  .  The readers of these websites will see that it is easier to find "The Aquarian".   Subscribers, of course, get the Aquarian in their e-mail addresses.  And, in addition to the old   aquariantheosophist.com   blog, the recent February 2012 edition  can be seen already in these sites:

1.  The new blog,  www.TheAquarianTheosophist.com ;

2.  The website  www.Teosofia.com  together with the whole collection of the journal since its foundation.     Direct link: http://www.teosofia.com/AT.html  .



The Aquarian was founded in November 2000 by Jerome Wheeler, an associate of the United Lodge of Theosophists in Los Angeles.  Will Windham, one of the associates of the ULT in LondonUK, served as the editor of the journal in the last few years. Will remains as an active contributor to the “Aquarian” from this date. [1]

Suggestions, contributions and criticisms to the journal should be sent to the e-mail lutbr@terra.com.br .

The Editors, March 15, 2012.

NOTE:

[1] Following the example set by Jerome Wheeler, the journal takes into consideration the inspiring editorial work done by John Garrigues in the pages of “Theosophy” magazine in the first half of 20th century. The “Aquarian” is also committed to the investigation of the future of mankind from an ethical and theosophical viewpoint. Though little known in many an aspect, that future is luminous and some of its central lines are delineated in the classical theosophical literature.  
                     
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