Jan 10, 2020

The Aquarian Theosophist, January 2020




Dear Reader,

This edition opens with the article “Tuning in With Good Karma: The Art of Evoking the Future”. It says:

A theosophist calmly observes the world from the point of view of its sacred potentialities. He desires the best path to all beings, which is not the most comfortable.”

Page two presents “A Realistic View of Things”. The beginning of “Thoughts Along the Road” is on page three and its subtitle says: “Silence and Contemplation Can Be Found at Any Point”.

The article “Turkish Barbarities”, by Helena P. Blavatsky, will be found on pages 5-10. This is its subtitle: “From Time to Time Fanaticism Challenges Civilization, as in the Russian-Turkish War of 1877”.

Other topics in this issue include:

* Pluto: a Struggle of Two Thousand Years;

The Bright Side of Saturn

From the Chinese Wen-tzu, on the Greatest Simplicity; and

* Taoist Tradition - the Way of Heaven and Earth.

With 14 pages, the edition includes the List of New Items at the associated websites.  

Have a nice reading.

Namaste, the Editors

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Dec 13, 2019

The Aquarian Theosophist, December 2019





Dear Reader,

On page one of the December edition of “The Aquarian”, the article “The Awakening of the Future” says:

The splendour of the lights in any city of the world - by Christmas - is a pale reflection of the light of contentment that may exist in one’s soul.”

On page two the reader finds “How Much Strength One Has” and an invitation to listen to a series of thirteen audios with Geoffrey A. Farthing (1909-2004). The talks were just published in our channel at YouTube.

On page three, “Robert Crosbie on the Tower of Babel” and a quotation from Max Picard on Silence. On page four, “The Sources of Peace”. “A Few Notes on Awareness” is on pages 4-5. Then we present “Will-Power and Magnetism”.

Other topics in this issue:

* Reducing the Waste of Energy;

* Three Items On the Agenda;

* Exploring the Occult Side of Christmas;

* The Challenges Involved in Learning;

* Thoughts Along the Road - wise people place their confidence on the Law; and

* The Writings of an Eastern Master - 33 (Concluded) - an article which contains this statement: foolish are those who doubt the Masters.

With 14 pages, the edition includes the List of New Items at the associated websites.

Namaste,  

The Editors

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Nov 7, 2019

The Aquarian Theosophist, November 2019


  


Dear Reader,

On page one of the November issue of the Aquarian, Geoffrey Farthing writes:  

The first, and probably the most important, aspect of Theosophical living is long-term character development through many lives.

On page seven we have a poem by Henry Longfellow, to which we added the title “The Law of Cycles”. On page eight, Helena P. Blavatsky writes “On Hercules and the Pleiades”.

Other topics in this issue:  

* Helena Blavatsky’s Home at 17, Lansdowne Road, London;

* The Mystery of Vega;

* Marjorie Reeves writes about the Future;

* The Writings of an Eastern Master – 32, a Letter to E. W. Fern; and

* Thoughts Along the Road - If You Are a Friend of the Void, You Can See the Plenitude.

With 18 pages, the edition includes the List of New Items at the associated websites.  

Namaste,  

The Editors

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