Oct 15, 2021

The Aquarian Theosophist, October 2021

 

 
 
Dear reader,  
 
Frogs have long been associated with princes and princesses in popular legend, and this is the first text of the October edition of “The Aquarian”:  
 
* Frog, the Egyptian Goddess of the Waters and Resurrection - by Helena P. Blavatsky.
 
Other topics include:
 
* The Sacred Character of Every New Born Baby - a Fragment from “The Secret Doctrine” (p.03).
 
* The Country and the Orchestra - a few lines by French writer Claude Aveline (p.04).
 
* Franz Hartmann’s Falsity or, Why a Profound Honesty Is the First Step - regarding the Search for Wisdom (p.05).
 
* H.P. Blavatsky and Franz Hartmann: commentary to a Letter of H.P.B. to William Q. Judge (p.08).
 
* The Mystery of Alessandro Cagliostro - 02 (Concluded) - the Mystic of the 18th Century Who Anticipated Helena Blavatsky’s Mission (p.13).
 
* Thoughts Are Things - a few lines by Hector Durville (p.18).
 
* Galileo Galilei and Helena Blavatsky (p.19). And -
 
* Thoughts Along the Road - the Magnetic Power to Build Oneself   (p.20).
 
With 23 pages, the October edition includes the List of New Items in the associated websites.  
 
Namaste,
 
The Editors
 

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The above edition of The Aquarian was published on 15 October 2021. The entire collection of the journal is available HERE.
 
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Helena Blavatsky (photo) wrote these words: “Deserve, then desire”.

 

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Sep 10, 2021

The Aquarian Theosophist, September 2021

 

 
 

Dear reader,  
 
These are the main articles in the September edition of “The Aquarian”:
 
* Two Prayers From Zen Tradition: One Confession and Four Vows (p.01).
 
* The Dark Matter in One’s Personal Cosmos: Perceiving the Invisible Dimensions in the Microcosm and the Macrocosm (p.02).
 
* Caring For the Tree of Divine Knowledge, by Joana Maria Pinho (p.05).
 
* The Effortless Knowledge (p.06).
 
* Effects of Overindulgence in Sensuality: An Absence of Moderation Makes It Impossible to Have Inner Peace, by Pitirim A. Sorokin (p.07).
 
* Has Sex Immorality Taken Hold of Our Civilization? A 2004 Commentary From ‘The Theosophical Movement’ Magazine, India (p.09).
 
* The Kindle Edition of “The Fire and Light”, at Amazon (p.11).
 
* The Rock and the Wind (p.12).
 
* Making Mind and Body Immaterially Spiritual (p.13).
 
* Thoughts Along the Road: What Kind of Sacrifice Allows the Universal Consciousness To Be Reborn At Every Moment? (p.14).
 
* Helena Blavatsky, on the Law of Karma (p.16), and

* The Mystery of Alessandro Cagliostro - 01, The Mystic of the 18th Century Who Anticipated Helena Blavatsky’s Mission (p.18).

With 21 pages, the September edition includes the List of New Items in the associated websites.  
 
Namaste,
 
The Editors
 
 
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The above edition of The Aquarian was published on 10 September 2021. The entire collection of the journal is available HERE.
 
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Aug 13, 2021

The Aquarian Theosophist, August 2021

 


 
 
 
Dear reader,  
 
These are the main topics of “The Aquarian Theosophist” this month:
 
* On Listening to the Trees, by Hermann Hesse (p.01).
 
* A Master of the Wisdom, on Climate and Climate Change (p.03).
 
* When Two or More People Harmonize Their Minds, by Napoleon Hill (p.07).
 
* Blavatsky is a Bestseller in Adyar (p.09).
 
* Thoughts Along the Road: Each Instant Contains Eternity. The Whole Cosmos Is Present in Every Atom. (p.12).
 
* Alice Leighton Cleather: The Record of Her Life as Published in the Collected Writings of Blavatsky (p.14), and
 
* The Philosophy of Love for Life (p.18).
 
The edition has 19 pages and includes the List of New Items in the associated websites.  
 
Namaste,
 
The Editors
 

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The above edition of The Aquarian was published on 13 August 2021. The entire collection of the journal is available HERE.
 
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Regarding the path to wisdom, one should remember this phrase by Helena Blavatsky (photo): “Deserve, then desire”.
 
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